NEW YORK, NY – St. Maarten attracts another brand-name hotel with the Adonis Hotels & Residences’ Adonis Cupecoy. The newest addition to St. Maarten’s list of top accommodations features 52-rooms in the three-story property and delivers a distinct casual elegance. The cozy hotel is ideally located between the Marina at Porto Cupecoy and the beach and Mullet Bay’s golf course, allowing for quick access to some of the island’s best attractions.
Adonis Cupecoy opens in early January 2020 and offers several comfortable rooming options: Standard, Comfort, Superior, and Executive. Starting at USD 130 per night, guests will experience four-star comfort at three-star prices, all complete with fantastic views of St. Maarten. A free bottle of St. Maarten’s famous rhum is provided at check-in as guests enter the spacious lobby.
“We are pleased to see new and varied accommodation options continuing to open on the island. St. Maarten as a tourism product continues to redevelop its product to be stronger and better,” said the Honorable Stuart Johnson, St. Maarten’s Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport, and Telecommunication. “We look forward to continuing to welcome visitors to our Friendly Island with classic St. Maarten warmth and hospitality, as we maintain the goal of sustainable redevelopment.”
Flexibility is key at Adonis Cupecoy with proximity to Princess Juliana International Airport and a large luggage room for guests. Patrons with are provided the option of a late checkout with for a small supplementary fee to alleviate the stress of a late departure.
Several other services are available to guests including free private parking, a gym, a bar, and a 60-person conference room complete with seating, a flipchart, and a video projector. All rooms come furnished with a king-sized bed, safety deposit box, flat-screen TV, and free Wi-Fi access.
“The opening of new hotel properties is further indication that our tourism sector is recovering strongly,” said St. Maarten’s Director of Tourism, May-ling Chun. “We want to keep reminding visitors that the island is open for business and we’re very pleased to provide our new and loyal visitors with an ever greater option of new accommodation options.”