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Featuring the A Room with a View Review restaurant, this property built in the 1600’s in St. Thomas is 2 blocks from Long Bay. Everything was great! The staff was friendly. The room was nice and clean. The view of the city & the overlook of the water was WOW!!! I would definitely recommend!
Set in Charlotte Amalie, 1.6 mi from Morningstar Beach, Hilltop Villas at Bluebeard's Castle by Capital Vacations offers accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a fitness... Didn't eat breakfast at your hotel. The thing that impressed me the most was the view out my sliding glass door looking down on the bay. BEAUTIFUL.
Located at Charlotte Amalie district, the Midtown Guest House is a property that provides its guests with comfortable accommodations with free Wi-Fi access throughout. Overall very happy with the stay. It’s one of the cheapest places in VI, but it is clean and comfortable and in a good central location. It only makes sense to pay more to stay on an actual beach but if I wasn’t doing that, I’d stay here again.
On historic Government Hill in the Charlotte Amalie district of Saint Thomas, this bed and breakfast features a freshwater pool with deck. Great location right by Charlotte Amelie so it's walking distance. Good views from up on the hill. Complimentary breakfast and coffee every morning. Harry was there whenever you had questions and gave great recommendations. He even gave me a ride to some viewpoints and the other side of the island. Great host.
Located in Charlotte Amalie, within 0.6 mi of Magen's Bay Beach and 1.6 mi of Charlotte Amalie Harbor, Villa Indigo Sunny 1BR Apartment in Private Gated Estate offers accommodations with free WiFi,... The host were very generous and informative about the island.
Located in Charlotte Amalie, within 1.7 mi of Morningstar Beach and 0.7 mi of Charlotte Amalie Harbor, The Green Iguana Hotel provides accommodations with a garden and free WiFi throughout the... Amazing room and hosts! The view is gorgeous and the location ideal. We really enjoyed our stay and we will definitely stay again if we visit st Thomas.
My opinion is you should not travel to the Virgin Islands until they relax the rules on covid. At night, most of the bars, clubs, and restaurants are closed and the ones that are open, they close early. Basically I was walking around looking for something to do. If you're there to just go to the beach, that's fine but the nightlife there is a ghost town now during covid. Also you do not want to go shopping either. They are so desperate to get sales that everybody bombards you with trying to sell you something. Also a tip about buying alcohol, buy the alcohol at Kmart. That's the cheapest place to buy alcohol. Also if this is your first visit to St Thomas, be prepared because the customer service is not the greatest. A lot of the sellers are not very nice and I'm being kind. I'm not saying everyone but a lot have bad attitudes. I'm part St Thomian and I tell you this from experience.
I loved visiting Charlotte Amalie, and can't wait to return. The view from my hotel room was serene and I spent each morning sitting on the balcony with a cup of coffee taking in the breathtaking views It was very easy getting to Charlotte Amalie. I booked a private service, and Alex with Ride by Mr. Nice Guy took great care of me - I highly recommend him! He picked me up at the airport, and also too me to dinner, and tours of the island, and was great to work with from the time I booked with him. I also recommend getting a reservation at Oceana for dinner! The location is amazing, and the food is wonderful! I will definitely dine there on my next visit to Charlotte Amalie! Great place to visit any time of the year!
I think overall the place is okay. It's not a place for partying and adventure but mostly for relaxing, boating and beach bumming. That was fine for me. Some of the streets of downtown in the shopping area were abandoned, dirty and smelly but I guess it is what it is. The jewelry is touted as inexpensive but really in line with what I could get in South Florida so no big deal. The place is definitely expensive so have your money ready.
We stayed in Charlotte Amalie only the night after our flight arrived. It is not an attractive city, but it is functional for locals and stuffed with shops meant for cruise passengers. In contrast, the island of St. Thomas is beautiful and has many very nice beachside hotels.
This was a great "between hotel". Our resort didn't have a room for our first night so we opted to stay here. It's an easy drive from the airport, security was good and had some good views. We took advantage of being in Charlotte Amalie to go to dinner at Prime at Paradise Point which was awesome.
The water around the USVI is beautiful but unless you plan to be in it for your entire trip, I do not recommend the USVI at this time (April 2021), or possibly at any other time. The islands are very car-dependent; you cannot walk much of anywhere, due to treacherous mountain roads, a lack of sidewalks, and drivers who are not careful. Many shops, restaurants, and tourist attractions remain closed. If you want to snorkel every day, though, and then drink every evening, this place could be for you. The infrastructure is crumbling; it is truly sad. I preferred Saint John, although it is still car-dependent, which is odd for an island that advertises its hiking. Some of the beaches are lovely, but some are not and all are small. Again, the water is glorious; much else is not. The lobster at Hook, Line and Sinker is very good.
Great location right by Charlotte Amelie so it's walking distance. Good views from up on the hill. Complimentary breakfast and coffee every morning. Harry was there whenever you had questions and gave great recommendations. He even gave me a ride to some viewpoints and the other side of the island. Great host.
Staff was very friendly and super helpful!