Hotels and Resorts on Statia (St. Eustatius)

Statia is a small island and lightly visited, so as a result there are only a handful of hotels to choose from.  But that's not a bad thing: you won't need to spend hours searching for somewhere to stay, and you'll find most lodging surprisingly affordable.

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    ••• Room at the Country Inn, Statia. © Country Inn Guesthouse

     A six-room guesthouse with simple whitewashed rooms, the Country Inn offers free wifi, air conditioning, and breakfast (the latter upon request) to guests. The budget-priced inn doesn't offer too much in the way of ambiance but is located close to the airport (walking distance, actually) in the pleasant Concordia neighborhood.

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    ••• The Golden Era Hotel, Statia. © Statia Tourism

     This small seaside hotel has 20 comfortable rooms (singles, doubles, and suites) with air conditioning, cable TV, in-room refrigerators and balconies or terraces. Behind the hotel are the ruins of an old merchant warehouse and the pool; in front is a beach bar and a restaurant specializing in West Indies and Creole cuisine. A budget hotel within walking distance of Oranjestad and a dive shop.

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    ••• The Kings Well Resort, Statia. © Kings Well Resort

    Walk to the Oranje Bay beach from this small, lushly landscaped hotel boasting seaview, seafront, and garden view rooms, suites and apartments as well as a pool, hot tub and honor bar. All of the cliffside rooms have refrigerators, wifi, cable TV, and ceiling fans; some have air conditioning. Pet-lovers will enjoy meeting the owners dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, etc.; those with allergies may want to look elsewhere.

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    ••• The Old Gin House hotel, Statia. © Old Gin House

    The toniest hotel on Statia has 18 deluxe rooms, mostly garden-view but two facing the ocean. All have king beds, AC, and cable; some have refrigerators. Rates start at $195 nightly. There's a private pool in the garden of this historic building, and ocean swimming is a short walk away. A gorgeous brick bar and restaurant serves guests a three-course dinner a la carte or as part of the "half board" option. Close to several dive shops and the major historic sites of Oranjestad.

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    ••• Pool at the Statia Lodge in St. Eustatius. © Statia Lodge

    Bungalow-style, one- and two-bedroom rooms with full kitchens and waterview terraces make this a unique lodging option on Statia. All rooms have free wifi, and guests can relax by the seaside freshwater pool or at the bar. Rates start at $165 nightly. The resort is slightly off the beaten path, so you'll need a rental car or cab if you want to explore the island.

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    ••• Harbor View Apartments, Statia. © Harbor View Apartments

    Two-room modern apartments for rent in central Oranjestad sleep up to four with a separate bedroom and sofa bed, plus a full kitchen, flat-screen TVs, washing machines, balconies, and terraces with barbecues. In short, a great place for an extended stay on Statia. Rates: $250 nightly or $1,400 weekly.

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    Homestays in Statia

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    ••• Flag of St. Eustatius. © Wikipedia

     Interested in staying with a local family in Statia? The local tourist board runs a home stay program where you can meet the island's friendly people and learn about the culture while paying under $100 per night for your stay. To inquire, fill out the form on the Statia Tourism website.