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Julian's Hotel is Saba's most popular property. Located on the perimeter of Windwardside, this intimate hotel offers both garden and ocean view rooms as well as four handsome Saban cottages that join the main property and are well suited to the more self-sufficient traveler or those who like the space of a home with the services of the hotel.
This immaculately maintained property is surrounded by well-manicured tropical gardens, has a hot tub and wireless internet throughout. Each room is equipped with cable TV, coffee maker and refrigerator. Start your day poolside at Tropics Cafe with a variety of breakfast choices, included in your rate. Lunch and Wim's famous cocktails are served throughout the day. Don't miss Movie Night on Fridays and tapas on Sundays. The recreation room is where you can hold a meeting, do yoga, or go online. There's also an honor bar--perfect for late arrivals, and three computer terminals so you can send a message home, download your photos or check-in with the office; extra services only found at Juliana's Hotel.
Sea Saba is the dive operator for Juliana's Hotel. This friendly, experienced all-instructor crew love diving as much as you do. They all are REEF certified dive guides with extensive knowledge of Saba’s reef eco-systems and the creatures that inhabit them. So whether you are a new diver or a seasoned photographer, their crew can garner the dives to please all levels.
Their two 38’ boats are built for 20 divers; but max a group at 14 divers for everyone’s comfort. The boats have plenty of shade, sturdy platforms and ladders, areas to hang and store your gear as well as a fresh water rinse facility. Cold water and lemonade are provided. Your gear stays on the boat until you are finished diving… at the end of your stay, we deliver your equipment to the hotel. Sea Saba offers 3 dives daily and night dives 3 nights per week. Any divers who want to do more diving can add dives to their package.
For over 25 years, the waters surrounding Saba have been protected with no fishing and no anchoring. This foresight combined with Saba’s limited coastal development has ensured the health and vitality of our pristine reefs as evidenced by the abundant variety of fish, pelagics, sponges, and corals. The Saba Conservation Foundation has also protected Saba’s verdant, enchanting cloudforest, which visitors can experience through a well-maintained network of hiking trails.
For a small island, you will be pleasantly surprised at the quality and variety of our restaurants—from outdoor barbeques to fine dining, all at reasonable prices. Saba even has two ATMs, decent cell phone coverage, its own ISP, and island-wide Wi-Fi.