Divi Little Bay was closed for eight months after Hurricane Irma hit St. Maarten.

Divi Little Bay Beach Resort on St. Maarten has reopened with renovated rooms, updated restaurants and new features. The resort had been closed for eight months after Hurricane Irma hit the island.

Rooms at the resort have been completely refreshed with new furniture, paint and lighting. Doors, hardware and crown molding have all been replaced, and environmentally-friendly features like solar water heaters and water-saving toilets have been installed.

Culinary updates include updated menus at Seabreeze Restaurant and Fort Amsterdam Cafe (formerly Bayview Cafe).

Also open for business are the updated Seabreeze pool, Aqua Mania water sports center, and the resort’s spa and shops.

Additional updates are planned through the fall, including a new, larger pool with waterfalls and pool bar; a new restaurant called The Shack featuring Caribbean BBQ and Jerk specialties; and a new space and game room for kids.


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