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It’s certainly no hardship if you have to be on the Antillean island of Saba for business. And absolutely not if you stay in Queen’s Gardens Resort - Hampshire Classic. In addition to twelve luxury, spaciously laid-out suites, the resort also has extra services for business guests, such as free WI-FI throughout the resort, shuttle service to and from the airport, extensive room service, concierge service and private dining service.
Meetings in tropical style
There is only one professional meeting accommodation to be found on Saba, and that is the Queen’s Gardens Resort – Hampshire Classic meeting room. The room has space for up to thirty people and is provided with air-conditioning, overhead projector, flip chart, slide projector, television and laptop with projector. Meeting package deals are available on request, including lunch, dinner and/or an overnight stay.
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|Deluxe Suite Queen-size bed | Woongedeelte | Douche | TV | Minibar | Gratis WiFi||Book this room|
|Queen's Suite Familiekamer | King-size bed | Eenpersoonsbed | Jaccuzi | Gratis WiFi | Uitzicht op oceaan||Book this room|
|Royal Suite Familiekamer | King-size bed | Eenpersoonsbedden | Jacuzzi | Gratis WiFi | Woongedeelte||Book this room|
|Superior Suite Queen- of king-size bed | Jacuzzi en douche | Gratis WiFi||Book this room|
Hampshire Hotels has compiled a number of attractive meeting deals for you. All required services are included and the price is per person. Nice and simple!
|You will receive:||4 hour excl.
|4 hour incl.
|Plenary meeting room|
|Projector & screen|
|Flipchart, markers & paper|
|Notepads & pens|
|Iced water & peppermints|
|Unlimited coffee & tea|
|‘After 10 Hampshire coffee break’|
|Overnight stay including breakfast|
|Lunch (day 2)|
Or call: +599 (0)416 34 94
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|Conference Room||80||4,00 m||25||50||25||25||35||25||50|
Paradise on earth does exist and it’s called Queen’s Gardens Resort - Hampshire Classic. You’ll find this five-star hotel on the Antillean island of Saba, the smallest inhabited island of the Netherlands. The hotel’s location is unique: in the hills, 400 metres high, and surrounded by sub-tropical flora and fauna. As the hotel is so high up, you have beautiful views across the capital city, The Bottom, and the Caribbean Sea.
Sun, sea, beach and romance, those are the main ingredients of a holiday on Saba. The luxury Queen’s Gardens Resort - Hampshire Classic has more than twelve spaciously laid-out suites, a swimming pool with outside bar and a fantastic restaurant. According to those in the know, Saba is one of the most beautiful areas in the world for diving. So if you love diving, you simply have to pull on your wetsuit and marvel at the underwater world. If you don’t dive, you can snorkel instead in crystal clear water in the abundance of beautiful coral reefs.
What shall we do today: diving, snorkelling, lounging, swimming or something else? Here are a few tips to help you with this luxurious problem:
Art and culture
Saba does have a museum: the Saba Museum. It is located in a nineteenth-century captain’s house and gives you a good impression of the island’s history. The collection comprises authentic chairs, engravings, paintings and lace. In the English Quarter there are characteristic, brightly coloured Sabanese cottages. This village centre is where the first English colonists established themselves.
Diving and snorkelling
The most popular diving location is the Saba National Marine Park with more than 36 unique diving areas. Each diving area has its own special underwater world that you can discover, from fairy-tale like coral reefs and historic wrecks to volcanic lava streams. As well as different types of coral such as fire coral, stony coral and brain coral there are also a huge amount of fish types, including the small-spotted dogfish, the tiger grouper and the parrotfish. For snorkellers, Well’s Bay is the place to be!
The untouched rain forest on Saba is breathtakingly beautiful. You can take fantastic walks through the Saba National Park, an area of some 43 hectares. Mount Scenery is the highest mountain in the Kingdom of the Netherlands at some 887 metres high and the largest place of interest on the island. You can reach the top and enjoy stunning panoramic views via the Mount Scenery Trail, stairs with 1064 steps.
In Queen’s Gardens Resort – Hampshire Classic you can truly relax by the swimming pool with its sun veranda and outdoor bar. You can also have relaxing private yoga lessons and massages.
Queen's Gardens Restaurant
The term “local produce” has a different connotation in this restaurant than in a restaurant in the Netherlands. Because here, food caught fresher than fresh from the sea is of course an entirely different experience. Prepare yourself, because all the dishes are absolutely heavenly. Would you like fresh lobster or a perfect fish salad? The culinary feast starts here early in the morning with a fantastic à la carte breakfast that leaves nothing to be desired. From scrambled eggs to French toast: everything is available. For lunch and dinner you can also settle down here to enjoy the delicious food, everything fresh and home-made.
Of course, there’s nothing better than drinking cocktails with a view of the Caribbean Sea and your loved one. The Ocean Bar/Lounge is surrounded by beautiful mango trees of more than a hundred years old. It has fantastic bar stools and comfortable lounge sofas. You can order cocktails, wine, fresh fruit juice, snacks and much more delicious food and drink. You can also enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner here. The bar/lounge is open from 9.00 am and closes at the same time as the restaurant.