DIVI Little Bay Beach Resort
PRICES INCLUDE TRANSFER FEES, CLOSING COST, AND TAXES WHEN APPLICABLE.
Membership valid until 2051
Fixed week # 33 (Mid-August)
Fixed Unit type 1PH # 437
1 bedroom Unit for up to 4
Internal exchange within DIVI
This timeshare for sale by owners offers an additional 10 weeks acceleration program that will allow new owners to use annually or exchange to other DIVI resorts or through the RCI Exchange Network. Divi Resorts are located in the best Caribbean Islands such as in Aruba, Bonaire, Barbados, St-Croix and St-Maarten. DIVI's acceleration feature reduces the Membership term while increasing usage. This is an ideal membership for travellers seeking extended stay at the best Caribbean locations.
This timeshare for sale by owners at the DIVI Little Bay Beach Resort is situated on the southern coast of the Dutch side of St. Maarten. With so much to do in Sint-Maarten, the DIVI Resort at Little Bay Beach is conveniently located close to the best attractions of the islands such as the Philipsburg Shopping District, Grand Case and Marigot on the French Side of St-Martin. Located just minutes from the capital city of Philipsburg, the resort provides access to top tourist destinations including shopping and dining in a quiet, relaxing beachfront resort. This family-friendly resort is right on the beach, and features exceptional service, endless recreational activities and all the comfort of a home.
This particular program offers a fixed unit of a one-bedroom condo type: 1PH Unit # 437 which can be used with a fixed week # 33 (mid-August). The unit offers full amenities with a private balcony, a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious master bedroom and 2 pull-outs in the living room to accommodate the additional guests. Onsite amenities include 3 swimming pools, a full-service spa, a children's activity center and on-site boutique et grocery shopping, 4 restaurants and a beach side water sports center for a wide range of water sports equipment rentals for windsurfing, kayaking, scuba diving as well as catamarans.
Jean-Pierre G.Copengham, FRANCE