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For more information, call 1-800-372-USVI (8784), visit us at usvitourism.vi or contact one of our offices below: 

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A Visitor’s Guide to the U.S. Virgin Islands


CONTENTS On behalf of the people and Government of the United States Virgin Islands, I welcome you to our islands and our home. We take great pride in the history, culture and beauty that surround us in paradise, and we enjoy sharing it with others. It has been my pleasure to talk with many travelers and listen to their experiences and stories about their fantastic visits territorywide. There are so many wonderful opportunities for sightseeing, relaxing, shopping and enjoying oneself in our beautiful tropical islands. I enjoy hearing about a family’s adventures kayaking together around one of our bays, a couple watching a sunset together on the beach or a group of friends shopping in town or touring one of our historic monuments. I know the magic of these islands, and it gives me great pleasure when others discover it. We are happy to be the chosen destination of so many travelers, whether Caribbean or from other locations near and far worldwide. As a Territory of the United States, we are uniquely able to offer all the exotic flavors of the Caribbean with the assuring familiarity of the United States. In the USVI, U.S. Citizens don’t even need to bring a passport. Only a smile is required. I hope I have the chance to welcome you to our islands and that your experience here will bring you back again and again. Cordially,

John P. de Jongh, Jr. Governor

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LOCATION

The latitude and longitude for the ideal vacation.

HISTORY

Cultures and influences hundreds of years in the making.

ECOTOURISM

Exploring the untouched beauty of the islands.

CARNIVAL

Carnival time means music, dancing, food and fun.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

There is always something going on in the USVI.

SCUBA & SNORKELING

An exotic world just off the coast of our exotic islands.

GOLF & SPORTS

Island activities for those who like to keep moving.

SHOPPING & CUISINE

Treats that will satisfy the most sophisticated tastes.

ROMANCE

A beautiful place where your passions can play.

SAMPLE ITINERARIES

Mapping out three perfect weeks on three great islands.

ISLAND FACTS

The information you need to know to become an islander.

HOTELS

A listing of 79 great places to lay your head.

ISLAND MAPS

Find your way to St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas.


ERFECT LOCATION Just south of the Tropic of Cancer lie St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix. With the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south, the U.S. Virgin Islands enjoy beautiful weather year-round. Trade winds from Portugal keep the average temperature range between 77º in the winter and 82º in the middle of summer, which makes almost any day a perfect day for a swim at the beach.

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ATURAL WONDERS The United States Virgin Islands is a world leader in developing tourism that protects the natural beauty of the environment while allowing visitors to enjoy all its pristine wonder. Whether hiking on St. John’s 11,500-plus acres of protected natural park, kayaking through St. Thomas’ Marine Sanctuary and Mangrove Lagoon or traveling by horseback over St. Croix’s rolling green hills, the islands offer plenty of ways the environmentally conscious traveler can interact with the tropical environment while preserving it.

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February St. Croix Yacht Club International Regatta Annual Against the Tide Breast Cancer Swim St. Croix Mardi Gras Parade T  he Annual Antiques, Art & Collectibles Auction, St. Thomas — St. Croix Agricultural and Food Fair — — — — —

ARNIVAL CELEBRATIONS Music is the pulse of our islands. The sounds of calypso, reggae and quelbé music float through the air. This is especially true during our festivals. The Crucian Christmas Festival, St. John’s Celebration and, of course, the Virgin Islands Carnival bring new and exciting food, performances, parades and colorful costumes. These local island events are also your chance to spot a colorful Mocko Jumbie, or “elevated spirit,” a traditional stilt-walker dressed

March Transfer Day International Rolex Regatta, St. Thomas St. John Blues Festival U  SVI Jazz Ensemble Annual Spring Concert, St. Thomas — St.  George Botanical Gardens Flower and Fine Art Festival, St. Croix — United Way Chili Cook-Off, St. Croix — — — —

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— May — International Ironman Triathlon, St. Croix — Virgin Islands Game Fishing Club Memorial Day Tournament — A  rts Alive Annual Spring Arts and Crafts Festival, St. Thomas — Miss Virgin Islands Scholarship Pageant — Friends of the VI National Park Beach-to-Beach Power Swim — June — M  onth-Long St. John Festival Begins

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August USVI Folklife Festival, St. Croix USVI Open Blue Marlin Tournament VI Chili Cook-Off, St. Thomas

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October USVI / Puerto Rico Friendship Day Annual St. Croix, Virgin Islands Coral Reef Swim Two-Mile Walk or Run Breast Cancer Fundraiser, St. Thomas

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November Charter Yacht Show, St. Thomas TEMPO Birthday Event, St. Croix Thanksgiving U SVI Paradise Jam Basketball Tournament, St. Thomas HTA Tommy Star Awards and Gala A rts Alive Holiday Arts and Crafts Festival, St. Thomas St. Thomas-St. John Agriculture and Food Fair Blue Bay Jazz Festival, St. Croix

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NDER THE SEA Just below the surface of one exotic world lies another. The beautiful waters that surround the USVI provide excellent dives for both beginner and experienced divers. Fill your logbook with wall, wreck and reef dives done by boat or from the shore. Swim shoulder to shoulder with the turtles, rays, eels and sea horses. And do it all with the added safety of being in U.S. waters, under the strict control of the U.S. Coast Guard.

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HOTS BY THE SEA When you’re surrounded by exotic views, it’s hard to keep your eye on the ball. The USVI, however, attracts golfers of every level who want to test their skills on the islands’ four coastal courses. On St. Thomas, Mahogany Run’s golf course has been called “the 18 most challenging holes in the Caribbean.” On St. Croix, The Buccaneer, Carambola and The Reef offer golfers three great courses with rolling fairways, natural water hazards and tropical foliage. In the USVI, you can enjoy the sands on the beach and enjoy avoiding them on the course.

HE ACTIVE TOURIST With beautiful weather, warm waters and sunny skies, the USVI is perfect for any outdoor sport. In addition to golf and tennis, visitors can participate in everything from mountain biking to beach volleyball. Popular water sports include fishing, sailing and windsurfing.

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SLAND FLAVORS Over the years, the spices and textures of the East Indies, Africa and Europe have blended to create the distinct flavors of the United States Virgin Islands. From conch patés to wahoo to the sour sop ice cream, the food here is as unique as the islands themselves. It’s just one more way you can explore the islands on your vacation.

REASURE HUNTING In the 1500s, pirates might have looked for hidden bounty around the U.S. Virgin Islands. Today, however, treasure hunters will have more luck in the islands’ many shopping centers. Because it’s a duty-free destination, bargain seekers come for the great deals. Gems, watches, cameras, crystal, china, fabrics, liquor and other items can all be found at up to 40% off mainland prices.

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SLAND ROMANCE A stroll along a white sand beach is always better when shared with someone you love. Whether you’re planning your wedding, honeymoon or a romantic getaway, the U.S. Virgin Islands offer a far-off setting where you can get closer together. Whether you want to walk down the aisle in one of our historic churches or simply sit together under the blanket of a Caribbean sunset, you can find the perfect setting for your next love story.

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Five Days Away Each island has its own personality and activities that you can enjoy. Don’ t miss sampling all kinds of delicious local delicacies like seafood kallaloo, passion fruit or tamarind drinks and refreshing sour sop ice cream. Here are some suggestions for your visit.

St. Croix DAY 1: The Island Culture

- Experience the influence and history of seven different colonial powers in both the towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted. Stroll the quaint shopping districts along the water’s edge. Take a tour of the world-famous Cruzan Rum Distillery and try some of the island’s exceptionally smooth rum! DAY 2: Explore the Deep - St. Croix offers some of the best scuba

sites in the Caribbean. Experience the numerous wrecks, reefs and wall dives this island has to offer. Get a recommendation for your level of expertise from a local dive shop.

DAY 3: Serene Swim - Catch a sailboat out to Buck Island Reef

National Monument. This 176-acre island is the perfect sanctuary for a snorkel or picnic. Or you can take a calm kayaking tour of the Salt River Bay National Park & Ecological Preserve.

DAY 4: Take Notes on Nature - Try biking

St. John

DAY 1: Nature Encounter - With two-thirds of the

entire island preserved as National Park, this is where you can connect with nature. Stay at one of the island’s ecofriendly accommodations and begin your exploration of the National Park.

DAY 2: Surround Yourself In Blue - Take a day sail to

surrounding islands or go windsurfing. Visit Trunk Bay and snorkel its famous underwater trail or just enjoy the sun, sand and sea at Cinnamon Bay.

DAY 3: Let the History Move You - The Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins are the most intact ruins of a sugar plantation in the Caribbean. Save time to also visit the Catherineberg Plantation ruins.

DAY 4: Shop/Stroll - St. John has plenty of opportunities for

shopping. Stroll through the quaint and colorful shops of Mongoose Junction and Wharfside Village in Cruz Bay.

DAY 5: Take a Hike - With 22 trails to choose from, this is a hiker’s paradise! Start with the Reef Bay Trail where you can find ancient petroglyphs or petrified cave drawings.

St. Thomas

DAY 1: Beach It - Spend the day at the famed Magens Bay, which is consistently named one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Sip on a Bushwacker and watch the sunset at Paradise Point before heading out for a night on the town.

DAY 2: Set Sail - Try your sea legs on a charter 65-foot schooner or 50-foot ketch and let the wind carry you off to sea. There’s nothing like a sunset on the water.

or horseback riding. Explore the St. George Botanical Garden. You can also do some jeep off-roading in the lush tropical rain forest located in Frederiksted.

DAY 3: Move Inland - Charlotte Amalie is a historic town full of sights and

DAY 5: Walk Through History - Visit the

DAY 4: Shop ‘Til You Drop - As one of the biggest shopping destinations

forts in town or learn of the sugar cane days at the Estate Whim Plantation Museum. Don’ t forget to check out Point Udall, the easternmost point of the United States that has a breathtaking view.

sounds. Take a walking tour past Emancipation Garden to Fort Christian and then take a taxi up to Mountain Top and see the island from its highest point.

in the Caribbean, you can partake of some duty-free fun at one of the island’s many shopping complexes. Head downtown to historic Main Street where you can purchase everything from local art to jewelry.

DAY 5: Explore the Depths - Visit Atlantis Submarine and take in the wonderful water views. Spend a few hours at Coral World sea trekking, petting sharks or swimming with the sea lions. The snorkeling at the adjacent Coki Beach is fantastic!

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sland Facts ISLAND SIZE: S  t. Croix (84 sq. miles) St. John (19 sq. miles) St. Thomas (32 sq. miles) CAPITAL: Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas CURRENCY: U.S. Dollar. All travelers checks and major credit cards accepted. CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS: No passport is necessary for U.S. citizens if you have another form of identification such as a driver’s license and birth certificate. TIME ZONE: Atlantic Standard Time ELECTRICITY: Standard U.S. 120-voltage PHONE SERVICE: The area code is 340. Check with your cell phone company about coverage. Internet and phone stations are located throughout the islands. Callers may direct dial the U.S. mainland. CLOTHING: Dress is casual, but bathing suits are worn at the beach and pool only. Jackets and ties may be required at upscale restaurants. MAIL: The U.S. Postal Service charges standard rates for mail. FedEx, UPS and DHL have offices on island. ISLAND HOPPING: Ferry or seaplane service makes travel between islands easy. Check with your travel agent for schedules. DRIVING: Motorists drive on the left side of the street. All U.S. drivers can drive for up to 90 days with a current driver’s license. AIR TRAVEL: It’s just a two-and-a-half hour flight from Miami and a three-and-a-half hour flight from New York. LANGUAGE: English, with colorful local expressions.

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OTELS

* These hotels only offer weekly rates. $= <150 $$= 150-259 $$$= 250-399

St. Croix

Accommodation Name Phone # and Address Toll Free #

Fax # Website Rates Rates Email Off-Season In-Season

Best Western Holger Danske Hotel 1200 King Cross St. St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-3600 877-465-4373

340-773-8828

www.bestwestern.com

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The Buccaneer Estate Shoys St. Croix, VI 00824

340-712-2100 800-255-3881

340-712-2104

www.thebuccaneer.com mango@thebuccaneer.com

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Carambola Beach Resort Estate Davis Bay St. Croix, VI 00851

340-778-3800 888-503-8760

340-778-1682

www.carambolabeach.com info@carambolabeach.com

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*Caribbean Breeze Condo Gentle Winds Resort St. Croix, VI 00820

877-265-4343

303-690-1463

www.caribbeanbreezecondo.com vreelands@aol.com

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*Caribbean Dream Villa Hope & Carton Hill St. Croix, VI 00820

877-265-4343

303-690-1463

www.caribbeandreamvilla.com vreelands@aol.com

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Carrington’s Inn St. Croix 56 Hermon Hill St. Croix, VI 00820

340-713-0508 877-658-0508

340-719-0841

www.carringtonsinn.com info@carringtonsinn.com

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Chenay Bay Beach Resort 5000 Estate Chenay Bay Rte. 82 East End Quarter St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-2918 800-548-4457

340-773-6665

www.chenaybay.com victor.berrios@islandone.com

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Club St. Croix Beach & Tennis Resort 3280 Estate Golden Rock St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-9150 800-524-2025

340-778-4009

www.antillesresorts.com reservations@antillesresorts.com

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Colony Cove Beach Resort 3200 Estate Golden Rock St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-9150 800-524-2025

340-778-4009

www.antillesresorts.com reservations@antillesresorts.com

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Cottages by the Sea 127A Estate Smithfield St. Croix, VI 00840

340-772-0495 800-323-7252

340-772-0495

www.caribbeancottages.com vacation@caribbeancottages.com

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Divi Carina Bay Resort 25 Estate Turner Hole St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-9700 877-773-9700

340-773-6802

www.divicarina.com adownes@divicarina.com

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Frederiksted Hotel 20 Strand St. St. Croix, VI 00840

340-772-0500

340-719-1272

www.frederickstedhotel.com frederickstedhotel@yahoo.com

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Hibiscus Beach Resort 4131 La Grande Princesse St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-4042 800-442-0121

340-718-7668

www.hibiscusbeachresort.com info@hibiscusbeachresort.com

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Hotel Caravelle 44-A Queen Cross St. St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-0687 800-524-0410

340-778-7004

www.hotelcaravelle.com elsie@hotelcaravelle.com

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Hotel on the Cay Protestant Cay St. Croix, VI 00822

340-773-2035 800-524-2035

340-773-7046

www.hotelonthecay.com hotc@viaccess.net

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The Inn at Pelican Heights 3D & 3E Estate St. John St. Croix, VI 00820

340-713-8022 888-445-9458

340-713-8526

www.innatpelicanheights.com flaue@viaccess.net

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340-773-8821 800-626-4512

340-772-2958

www.stcroixislandvillas.com marsha@stcroixislandvillas.com

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King Christian Hotel 59 King Street St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-6330 800-524-2012

340-773-9411

www.kingchristian.com info@kingchristian.com

$ - $$

King’s Alley Hotel 57 King Street St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-0103 800-843-3574

340-773-4431

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Mt. Victory Camp #2 Mount Victory, Frederiksted St. Croix, VI 00841

340-772-1651

*Island Villas 340 Strand Street St. Croix, VI 00840

www.mtvictorycamp.com mtvictory@unitedstates.vi

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Accommodation Name Phone # and Address Toll Free #

Fax # Website Rates Rates Email Off-Season In-Season

The Palms at Pelican Cove 4126 La Grande Princesse St. Croix, VI 00820

340-778-8920 800-548-4460

340-778-9218

www.palmspelicancove.com info@palmspelicancove.com

$ - $$

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Sand Castle on the Beach Hotel 127 Estate Smithfield St. Croix, VI 00840

340-772-1205 800-524-2018

340-772-1757

www.sandcastleonthebeach.com info@sandcastleonthebeach.com

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Sugar Beach Condo Resorts 3245 Golden Rock St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-5345 800-524-2049

340-718-1359

www.sugarbeachstcroix.com sugarstx@viaccess.net

$ - $$

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Tamarind Reef Hotel 5001 Tamarind Reef St. Croix, VI 00820

340-773-4455 800-619-0014

340-773-3989

www.usvi.net/hotel/tamarind tamarind@usvi.net

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*Villa Dawn East Cane Bay St. Croix, VI 00820

877-265-4343

303-690-1463

www.villadawn.com vreelands@aol.com

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Villa Greenleaf 11 Estate Montpelier St. Croix, VI 00821

340-719-1958 888-282-1001

340-772-5425

www.villagreenleaf.com info@villagreenleaf.com

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The Waves at Cane Bay 112 - C Cane Bay St. Croix, VI 00851

340-778-1805 800-545-0603

340-778-4945

www.canebaystcroix.com info@canebaystcroix.com

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St. John

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Accommodation Name Phone # and Address Toll Free #

Fax # Website Rates Rates Email Off-Season In-Season

340-776-6111 888-767-3966

340-693-8280

www.caneelbay.com $$$ - $$$$ caneelbayreservations@rosewoodhotels.com

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Caneel Bay Resort North Shore Road St. John, VI 00831

340-776-6152 800-338-0987

340-779-4044

www.caribbeanvilla.com caribvilla@aol.com

$ - $$$$

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Caribbean Villas & Resorts Mgmt. Co. Lumberyard Complex St. John, VI 00831

340-776-6330 800-539-9998

340-776-6458

www.cinnamonbay.com cinnamonbay@rosewoodhotels.com

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Cinnamon Bay Campground North Shore Road St. John, VI 00831

340-693-9100 800-858-7989

www.coconutcoast.com info@coconutcoast.com

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Coconut Coast Villas 269 Enighed St. John, VI 00831

340-693-5855 800-392-9004

340-693-5960

www.maho.org concordia@maho.org

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Concordia Eco-Tents 16371 Concordia St. John, VI 00831

340-779-4647 800-562-1901

340-715-0073

www.destinationstjohn.com info@destinationstjohn.com

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*Destination St. John Palm Plaza Suite #6 St. John, VI 00830

340-693-5855 800-392-9004

340-693-5960

www.maho.org concordia@maho.org

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Estate Concordia (apt./studios) 16371 Concordia St. John, VI 00831

340-776-6321

www.estatezootenvaal.com robinclair@estatezootenvaal.com

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*Estate Zootenvaal 11045 Zootenvaal St. John, VI 00830

340-776-6434 800-323-7339

340-776-6520

www.gallowspointresort.com info@gallowspointresort.com

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Gallows Point Resort 3AAA Cruz Bay St. John, VI 00830

340-776-6226 800-392-9004

340-776-6504

www.maho.org mahobay@maho.org

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Harmony Studios 1 Abraham Fancy St. John, VI 00831

800-975-5001

914-771-4133

www.lavenderhill.net gary@lavenderhill.net

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Lavender Hill Suites 5000 Enighed St. John, VI 00830

340-776-6226 800-392-9004

340-776-6504

www.maho.org mahobay@maho.org

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Maho Bay Camps, Inc. 1 Abraham Fancy St. John, VI 00831

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OTELS

* These hotels only offer weekly rates. $= <150 $$= 150-259 $$$= 250-399

St. John

Accommodation Name Phone # and Address Toll Free #

Fax # Website Rates Rates Email Off-Season In-Season

Serendip Vacation Condominiums 9-7 Enighed St. John, VI 00830

340-776-6646 888-800-6445

340-776-6646

www.serendipstjohn.com serendip@serendipstjohn.com

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340-779-4250 888-856-6201

703-940-4571

www.vivacations.com rentals@vivacations.com

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340-693-8000 888-627-7206

340-779-4985

www.westinresortstjohn.com concierge01098@westin.com

$$$$

$$$$

*VIVA! Villas, Inc. #7 Boulton Ctr. 3rd Floor St. John, VI 00831 Westin St. John Resort 8310 Great Cruz Bay St. John, VI 00831

St. Thomas

Accommodation Name Phone # and Address Toll Free #

Fax # Website Rates Rates Email Off-Season In-Season

Anchorage Beach Resort #6 Estate Smith Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-6100 800-874-7897

340-778-4009

www.antillesresorts.com reservations@antillesresorts.com

$$

$$ - $$$

Bellavista Bed & Breakfast 2713 Murphy Gade St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-714-5706 888-333-3063

www.bellavista-bnb.com mail@bellavista-bnb.com

$$

$$

Bellavista Scott Hotel No. 6I-1 Estate Thomas St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-714-5500

340-714-5501

www.bellavistascotthotel.com bellavista@viaccess.net

$ - $$

$ - $$

Best Western Carib Beach 70-C Lindbergh Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-2525 800-792-2742

340-777-4131

www.caribbeachresort.com reservations@caribbeachresort.com

$

$$

Best Western Emerald Beach 8070 Lindbergh Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-777-8800 800-233-4936

340-776-3426

www.emeraldbeach.com reservations@emeraldbeach.com

$

$$ - $$$

Blazing Villas 3015 Pineapple Village St. Thomas, VI 00802

561-998-1174 800-382-2002

561-998-9138

www.blazingvillas.com blazing1@mac.com

$$$ - $$$$

$$$$

Bluebeard’s Beach Club 100 Frenchman’s Bay St. Thomas, VI 00801

340-776-4770 800-438-6493

340-774-8011

www.fairfieldresorts.com gail.chinnery@wyndhamvo.com

$ - $$

$$

Bluebeard’s Castle Hotel 1 Bluebeard’s Hill St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-1600 800-438-6493

340-776-4653

www.extraholidays.com gail.chinnery@wyndhamvo.com

$ - $$

$ - $$

Bolongo Bay Beach Resort 7150 Bolongo St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-1800 800-524-4746

340-775-3208

www.bolongobay.com reservations@bolongobay.com

$$ - $$$

$$$

Bunker Hill Hotel 2307 Commandant Gade St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-8056

340-774-3172

www.bunkerhillhotel.com info@bunkerhillhotel.com

$

$

Calypso Realty, PC. #1 Havensight Way St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-1620 800-747-4858

340-774-1634

www.calypsorealty.com info@calypsorealty.com

$$ - $$$$

$$ - $$$$

Crystal Cove at Sapphire Beach 1260 Estate Smith Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-6100 800-874-7897

340-778-4009

www.antillesresorts.com reservations@antillesresorts.com

$$

$$ - $$$

Crystal Cove Villas 6345 Smith Bay Rd. St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-0111 800-524-2082

340-775-7859

www.paradisepropertiesvi.com paradiseproperties@vipowernet.net

$ - $$$

$$ - $$$

Crystal Palace 12 Crystal Gade St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-777-2277 866-502-2277

340-776-2797

www.crystalpalaceusvi.com ronusvi@aol.com

$

$

Elysian Beach Resort 6800 Estate Nazareth St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-1000 800-438-6493

340-776-0910

www.extraholidays.com gail.chinnery@wyndhamvo.com

$ - $$

$$

$$$$= 400+

St. Thomas

Accommodation Name Phone # and Address Toll Free #

Fax # Website Rates Rates Email Off-Season In-Season

Frenchman’s Reef & Morningstar Marriott Beach Resort #5 Estate Bakkeroe St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-776-8500 800-524-2000

340-715-6193

www.frenchmansreefmarriott.com

$$ - $$$

$$ - $$$$

Galleon House 31 Kongens Gade St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-6952 800-524-2052

340-774-6952

www.galleonhouse.com info@galleonhouse.com

$

$

The Green Iguana Hotel 37B Blackbeard’s Hill St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-776-7654 800-464-8825

340-777-4312

www.thegreeniguana.com greeniguanahotel@earthlink.net

$

$

Holiday Inn Windward Passage Veteran’s Drive St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-5200 800-524-7389

340-774-1231

www.holidayinn.st-thomas.com reservations@holidayinn.st-thomas.com

$$ - $$$

$$ - $$$

Hotel 1829 30-31 Kongens Gade St. Thomas, VI 00804

340-776-1829 800-524-2002

340-776-4313

www.hotel1829.com hotel1829@islands.vi

$ - $$

$ - $$

The Inn at Villa Olga 3700 Villa Olga St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-715-0900 800-524-4746

340-715-0843

www.villa-olga-inn.com villaolga@bolongobay.com

$

$

Island Beachcomber Hotel 8071 Lindbergh Bay St. Thomas, VI 00803

340-774-5250

340-774-5615

www.islandbeachcomber.net beachcomberstt@hotmail.com

$ - $$

$$

Island View Guest House 11-C Contant St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-4270 800-524-2023

340-774-6167

www.islandviewstthomas.com info@islandviewstthomas.com

$

$

Mafolie Hotel 7091 Estate Mafolie St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-2790 800-225-7035

340-774-4091

www.mafolie.com mafolie@st-thomas.com

$

$

*McLaughlin Anderson Luxury Villas 1000 Blackbeard’s Hill Suite 3 St. Thomas VI 00802

340-776-0635 800-666-6246

340-777-4737

www.mclaughlinanderson.com nancy@mclaughlinanderson.com

$$

$$$$

Miller Manor Hotel and Guest House 26 Princess Gade St. Thomas, VI 00804

340-774-1535 888-229-0762

340-774-5988

www.millermanor.com info@millermanor.com

$

$

Palms Court Harborview 4&5 Gamble Norsidevej St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-5292 877-40-PALMS

340-777-5598

www.palmscourtharborview.com ksam98@viaccess.net

$

$

Pavilions & Pools Hotel 6400 Estate Smith Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-6110 800-524-2001

340-775-0374

www.pavilionsandpools.com info@pavilionsandpools.com

$$

$$$

Pineapple Village Villas Smith Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

800-479-1539

800-479-1539

www.stayusvi.com stayusvi@aol.com

$

$$

Point Pleasant Resort 6600 Estate Smith Bay #4 St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-7200 800-524-2300

340-778-4009

www.antillesresorts.com reservations@antillesresorts.com

$$

$$ - $$$

Ramsey’s Guest House Estate Thomas 14P - 6 St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-774-6521

340-776-7874

www.ramseysguesthouse.com ramseysguesthouse@yahoo.com

$

$

The Ritz-Carlton 6900 Great Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-3333 800-241-3333

340-775-4444

www.ritzcarlton.com

$$$$

$$$$

Sapphire Beach Resort & Marina 6720 Estate Smith Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-6100 800-524-2090

340-778-4009

www.antillesresorts.com reservations@antillesresorts.com

$$

$$ - $$$

Sapphire Village 6320 Smith Bay Rd. St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-779-1540 800-524-2038

340-779-6109

www.paradisepropertiesvi.com paradiseproperties@vipowernet.net

$ - $$

$$

Secret Harbour 6280 Estate Nazareth St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-775-6550 800-524-2250

340-775-1501

www.secretharbourvi.com info@secretharbourvi.com

$$ - $$$

$$$ - $$$$

Virgin Islands Campground, Inc. #64 Water Island St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-776-5488 877-502-7225

340-774-0050

www.virginislandscampground.com info@virginislandscampground.com

$

$

Wyndham Sugar Bay Beach Resort & Spa 6500 Estate Smith Bay St. Thomas, VI 00802

340-777-7100 800-996-3486

340-775-7330

www.wyndham.com reservations@sugarbayusvi.com

$$ - $$$

$$$ - $$$$

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