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St.Ann Plantation Suite Vs Grande Luxe Oceanfront

Washington D.C
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St.Ann Plantation Suite Vs Grande Luxe Oceanfront


Me and my Wife are planning on visiting SGOR in July and we are looking at either St.Ann Plantation Suite or Grande Luxe Oceanfront, can someone help us whats good and whats not so good about these room types.


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1. Re: St.Ann Plantation Suite Vs Grande Luxe Oceanfront

The St-Ann room is concierge and on the Manor side. If you like the beach, think about the Riviera Side. You won't have to take a shuttle every time to cross the main street. If you like the pool better, the Manor side is newer. Your villa pool should be warmer that what we got in January.

Do I think the concierge is worth it, well maybe more on the manor side because if you want to spend part of your days at the villa pool, the bar is far to get a drink, so having your own makes sense. That's about the only reason. Since we spent no time at our villa pool, we didn't use the room bar. The private check-in is as quick as the regular check-in.

We had the St-Ann suite and got upgraded to a one bedroom plantation suite villa. The names have changed since then. We would have preffered the St-Ann if it would have been July because the only room that had air con is the bedroom. This makes the living room and kitchen hot and humid. It was bigger, but we didn't need a seperate living room.

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