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After both hurricanes that devastated Saint Martin Dutch/French Island in September 2017, where we have done on vacations the last ten years and as usual had reservations, I felt compelled to secure an alternativd. Reading reposts on the situation of other island in the Caribbean...More
This was our 3rd stay at Sibonne' and the first since Hurricane Irma and the new owners. Sibonne' was extremely fortunate to have received very little damage from the hurricane, all that we could observe were 2 palm trees that had been destroyed.
The location can’t be beat! This lovely boutique hotel sits right on the beach. We enjoyed the view and a great breakfast at the Bay Bistro. The restaurant was also a convenient place to find cover during a quick afternoon rain shower. The rooms were...More
I just came back from my second stay at the Sibonne. All I can say is that this is the best place to stay on Provo for anyone who wants a clean boutique hotel just steps from the beach. The staff, including Stacy and Dominique...More
This was our second stay at Sibonne. It is in the perfect spot on the beach and within walking distance of several restaurants, shopping, and a grocery store. Everyone is helpful and friendly. Rooms are clean, and they even come around each evening and fill...More
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TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've... More
TCI was hit rather badly, the worst part is lack of communication. They have begun cleanup according to Grand Cayman local newspaper who are assisting with the efforts. Better to contact board of tourism for accuracy. I've been reading articles online.