On Thursday February 25th, SafeSeal recognitions were provided to Simpson Bay Resort, its in-house retail store and the property’s well known restaurants La Patrona, Replay and Juliette’s Bistro. SafeSeal is the recognition of best practices in protecting its customers against COVID19. Read more.
Starting on January 26, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will require passengers flying into the United States to have a negative COVID-19 test prior to travel. This applies even if the passenger's final destination is another country, but they are on a connecting flight that enters the United States first.
International travelers and US citizens will need to have a COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to their departure from St. Maarten and present documentation of their test results (written or electronic copy). The test required is the nasal swab viral antigen test or nucleic acid amplification test. Children aged two and older must also be tested.
To help you comply with this new travel ruling and for your convenience, Simpson Bay Resort, Marina & Spa has contracted with Health Care Laboratory St. Maarten, which will make viral antigen tests available on site at special rates for our members and guests starting January 20, 2021. The test premises will be located in our Member Services Center office (next to Hollywood Casino).
The island of St. Maarten is now open to visitors from all over the world, and Simpson Bay Resort, Marina & Spa remains committed to creating a safe and clean environment for our guests and members to enjoy.
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WE WILL SEE YOU VERY SOON IN SIMPSON BAY RESORT & MARINA
We hope that you and your family are doing great as the global community is working tirelessly to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
At your vacation home, the management and staff of Simpson Bay Resort & Marina continue to prepare for your return with much anticipation, working around the clock to ensure we are ready and that protocols and guidelines are in place to welcome you back to your St. Maarten home.
Below is an outline of some new procedures we have implemented.
We request that each of our guests to carefully assess their own personal health and risk factors prior to travel, and that all guests refer to the Centers for Disease Control https://www.cdc.gov or your local health authority for the most updated information. Also, please refer to https://stmaartenupdates.com/ for information regarding entry into St. Maarten.