Bleu Emeraude – St. Maarten Condos

Bleu Emeraude is a new luxury condominium property located on Grand Case beach in St. Maarten. Outstanding facilities and an exceptional setting on the island make Bleu Emeraude a real paradise for travelers looking for gastronomy and a range of outdoor activities, all within easy walking distance. Each apartment has been specially designed to offer our guests tranquility and exceptional views of the Caribbean Sea and Anguilla Island on the horizon.

Features and Amenities

Choose from studio, one and two bedroom residences at Bleu Emeraude, all of which offer tiles floors, private terraces, small but sufficient gourmet kitchens and top of the line bathrooms. Bedrooms offer a double bed ” Queen size ” 160×200 cm, with storing space and satellite TV flat screen. The living room is equipped with a high-quality convertible sofa 160×200 cm, a satellite TV flat screen, DVD, hi-fi players with iPod station. The kitchen is functional and completely equipped with fridge, microwave oven, dishwasher and washing machine. All apartments are decked out in a modern Danish style with bright whites and pops of blues and reds.

Amenities include an on-site reception center open ever day, continental breakfast each morning, daily housekeeping, air conditioning in living rooms and bedrooms, free wi-fi access, bed linens, bath and beach towels provided, washing machines, beach equipped with sun loungers and sun umbrellas, local supermarkets, and more.


Bleu Emeraude is located right on Grand Case beach, just 300 m from Grand Case village, 2 km from the Grand Case airport and 16 km from the Juliana International Airport. Grand Case Beach, in French called “Baie” ou “Plage de Grand Case”, is a sweeping curve of a pretty, one mile long, white sandy beach with quite calm waters. The beach is ideal for swimming and has some nice snorkeling spots as well, such as from the beachfront apartments at The Sea Shellor The Paradise Caraibes, located towards the South end, or around the reef at “Créole Rock”. The bay has a wonderful view of neighboring Anguilla and Créole Rock. The beach is well known for its dining, perhaps even more so than its swimming and diving. The Grand Case Boulevard is lined with restaurants that have led the beach to be known as the “Gourmet Capital of the Caribbean.” Foodies, take note!