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    andynap is offline
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    Manapany

    Not the hotel I remember from years ago. I have to visit again.

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    Andy

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    dadto6 is online now
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    Re: Manapany

    Hi Andy,
    The breakfast buffet is very good, albeit somewhat expensive but worth a visit. The setting is with stunning views. The staff very friendly and courteous service.

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    Re: Manapany

    We go for brunch on Sundays but have to reserve ahead. Ask for feet in sand. You have to valet your car as there is limited parking space.

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    cec1 is online now
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    Re: Manapany

    . . . limited parking space, for sure. It's also a treasure hunt to find the place for anyone who doesn't know where it is . . . i.e., no signage giving guidance through a narrow roadway in a small, vintage St. Barths residential neighborhood. And, the last quarter / half mile of the road is passable by only one car at a time. The result is that if another vehicle is encountered as one drives to the Hotel or is departing, someone has to back-up for the other to get past.

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    andynap is offline
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    Re: Manapany

    Quote Originally Posted by cec1 View Post
    . . . limited parking space, for sure. It's also a treasure hunt to find the place for anyone who doesn't know where it is . . . i.e., no signage giving guidance through a narrow roadway in a small, vintage St. Barths residential neighborhood. And, the last quarter / half mile of the road is passable by only one car at a time. The result is that if another vehicle is encountered as one drives to the Hotel or is departing, someone has to back-up for the other to get past.
    Some things never change


    Andy

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    Rosemary is offline
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    Re: Manapany

    It sounds perfect.

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    GMP62 is offline
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    Re: Manapany

    https://stbarth.com/villas/five-star-beach-access

    If you’re a client of St. Barth Properties, as we are, you’ll be privy to this special client offering in the upcoming season. The past couple of years, Peg Walsh had an arrangement with Le Barthélemy, but she’s switched things up this year. Looking forward to checking the new Manapany out. We stayed at the old Manapany on our first trip to St. Barth in ‘96 but haven’t been back since.

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    cec1 is online now
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    Re: Manapany

    Quote Originally Posted by GMP62 View Post
    https://stbarth.com/villas/five-star-beach-access

    If you’re a client of St. Barth Properties, as we are, you’ll be privy to this special client offering in the upcoming season. The past couple of years, Peg Walsh had an arrangement with Le Barthélemy, but she’s switched things up this year. Looking forward to checking the new Manapany out. We stayed at the old Manapany on our first trip to St. Barth in ‘96 but haven’t been back since.
    Very nice arrangement options.

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