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We book regular flights to and from the island.
We have a great selection of vehicles ranging from bikes to SUVs for rent. We also offer chauffeur services.
Our local villa's, hotels, guest houses, inns, and apartments are ideal for short or long stays - whether business or leisure. We work closely with both parties.
The Old Gin House is a faithful reconstruction of an 18th century building that once housed a cotton gin. Built of old bricks and used by sailing ships as ballast, this historic landmark is surrounded by bougainvillea and palm trees in a tropical garden setting. Nineteen rooms featuring king size beds, private baths, cable TV, air conditioning and direct dial telephones.
Nestled in the wild tropical habitat that covers the higher slopes of Statia’s famous, long-dormant volcano, Knippenga Estate provides the ultimate Caribbean getaway. With its stunning ocean views of St. Barths and St.Kitts, unspoiled surroundings and ingenious architecture, a stay at Knippenga estate will bring you naturally in tune with the rising and setting of the sun. Each of Knippenga’s four uniquely designed, luxurious Caribbean villas offer true comfort and complete privacy in a stunning setting where the pace of daily life is set by nature.
Golden Era Hotel offers twenty rooms located in a peaceful setting on the edge of the Caribbean Sea. Have a drink at the bar or by the poolside or enjoy the finest of Caribbean and International cuisine in the little restaurant. Relax in comfortable air-conditioned rooms with cable TV, telephones and refrigerators
Palm Spring Inn is a two story building that currently consists of 11 apartments. They offer one and two bedroom apartments decorated uniquely for a more comfortable stay. The apartments are designed to be a home away from home while visiting Sint Eustatius. All apartments come with a fully functional kitchen, open concept living and dining space, private bathroom, wireless internet, cable TV and air conditioning.
Would you like to stay with a local family and experience the warm Statian culture and hospitality? This is absolutely possible! The St. Eustatius Tourism Development Foundation proudly presents to you “ Statia Home Stay”, a community based tourism project set up to give you the ultimate holiday experience. St. Eustatius is called ‘The Caribbean’s Hidden Treasure’, and is known for its friendly people. It is the place where everyone knows everyone and where “Good morning” and “Good afternoon” is commonly heard.
Only a 10 minutes walk from the city of Oranjestad lies these two beautiful luxury apartments. The Owners Jackelien and Alain will welcome you with a warm smile to the friendly and relaxed atmosphere of Sint Eustatius.
St. Eustatius is a tropical paradise with a string cultural and historical identity. In collaboration with many local oraganizations and business we offer a variety of fun activities, including diving, snorkeling, nature walks, boat trips and much more.
Enjoy kayaking in a small narrow watercraft which is propelled by means of a double-bladed paddle. This is one of best ways to really explore the magnificent coastline of St. Eustatius.
Our full island tour is the best way to kick start your vacation on St.Eustatius. We encompass the whole island allowing you to experience an island packed with history, scenic beauty and the laid back lifestyle.
There is so much to explore on our beautiful island, such as the “Quill” ; A dormant volcano that sticks out above the island. A hike up this 600-meter high volcano should be one the first things on your list of tings to do on the island.
Whether it's business meetings, a large social gathering or an intimate ceremony, the Island Essence team is equipped with the sills, creativity and know-how to make your plans a reality. We work together with the best caterers, decorators musicians and technicians on the island to ensure that each event is organized and executed to perfection.
St. Eustatius offers many possibilities for unique wedding planning. Get married at the historic Fort Oranje which was built in 1636, or the Dutch Reformed Church, just to name a few.