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Flamingo Beach Villas

Pelican Key, Simpson Bay,
6 Billy Folly Road,
Phillipsburg,
Netherlands Antilles

Nearby Activities
Beach Access Beach Access
Beach On-Site Beach On-Site
Casino Casino
Driving Range Nearby Driving Range Nearby
Golf Golf
Horseback Riding Horseback Riding
Nightlife Nightlife
Restaurants Nearby Restaurants Nearby
Scuba Diving/Snorkeling Scuba Diving/Snorkeling
Shopping Shopping
Swimming Pool Swimming Pool
Tennis Courts Tennis Courts
Theater/Performing Arts Theater/Performing Arts


Flamingo Beach Villas sustained extensive damage when Hurricane Irma made direct landfall on St. Maarten on Sept. 6, 2017 as a powerful Category 5 storm. Professional assessment teams determined the entire interior of the resort will need to be reconstructed. As a result, the resort will not be accepting new reservations until further notice. Updates on the construction progress are below.

May 2019: Construction is progressing, despite several factors impacting the timeline including a lack of readily available building materials and skilled workers. Crews are completing the concrete floors, external walls, and installing all new mechanical, electrical and plumbing. Once that is complete, interior work is scheduled to begin.

January 2019: We are pleased to report that the reconstruction project is progressing smoothly and on schedule. Construction of the model units is progressing at a rapid pace, with an expected completion date of April 2019. The resort’s floors are being poured and installed, along with sliding glass doors and windows. We have had a steady increase in the number of workers available and built a temporary on-site housing to accommodate the nearly 200 men and women working on the project.

October 2018: Construction crews fully gutted every unit and have completed the demolition phase of the reconstruction process. They also have been busy replacing roofing at both resorts and are about 90 percent complete, with a scheduled goal of finishing the roofs by December 2018. We are in the process of building model units, which are expected to be available in February 2019, to test the layouts.

April 2018: Demolition is in progress and moving along smoothly. Floor tiles are being removed from almost every unit in Building 7, which is the only building currently connected to city power. New metal roofing has been installed on Buildings 3 and 4, and the engineering building repairs are about 60% complete. Crews are preparing to begin repairs on the roundhouse. Upcoming repairs also include all of the metal roofs and flat roof membranes, the electrical power distribution system, HVAC units, elevators, sliding doors, windows, exterior doors and all interior components of each accommodation.

March 2018: The initial demolition phase is underway and moving along smoothly. Crews are removing debris and content from each unit, and wire fencing has been installed around the resort to secure the property as a construction site.