U.S. Virgin Islands Hotels › April 8 - 9, 2015
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Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort

Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A clean, modern resort with stunning views, this 478-room Marriott is a cut above every other hotel in St. Thomas–, except, maybe, the pricier Ritz Carlton. It's sprawling, the food's overpriced, and it can, at times, become packed with conventioneers. But its excellent gym, great pools, top-notch beds, and soft-sand beach rival the island's best. Extensive renovations in 2011 only made things better.
$413
$399
$488 Total
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Sugar Bay Resort and Spa

Sugar Bay Resort and Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A clean, modern, family-oriented resort with a full-service spa, an excellent snorkeling beach, and service that rivals (even bests) the pricier Ritz-Carlton -- Sugar Bay Resort and Spa is a great pick for the price. The all-inclusive plan, which is covered in the cost, can save drinkers some cash, but the on-site food is average; drive five minutes to Red Hook for better restaurants.
$586
$585
$591 Total
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The Westin St. John Resort & Villas

The Westin St. John Resort & Villas Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Arguably the best family resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands, the 175-room Westin has a huge pool, a fun beach with trampolines, great kids' camp, and kitchen-equipped villas in addition to its standard rooms. But for the price, its worn rooms and lackadaisical staff don't compare to the Wyndham on St. Thomas.
$649
$754 Total
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Paradise Cove Oceanfront Villas & Suites

Paradise Cove Oceanfront Villas & Suites Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Paradise Cove is a small 21-room property on the East End of the island. Around the corner from Red Hook on a quiet side street, the property is serene and peaceful. There are stunning views of Nazareth Bay throughout the resort and a distinctive tearoom is both convenient and delicious. While the rooms in the Escape building are nicely updated (and pricier), the other rooms are dated and in need of a facelift. However, the resort is still a good mid-range option for those looking to save some money in the pricey Red Hook area.
$200
$253 Total
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BEST WESTERN Carib Beach Resort

BEST WESTERN Carib Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located right outside of the airport gates, the Best Western Carib Beach is a convenient and affordable accommodation option, especially for travelers staying a short time or continuing on to another destination. The rooms are typical of a mid-range hotel -- basic but functional with coffeemakers, hairdryers, and flat-screen TVs. The hotel went through extensive renovations in 2014 and newer bathrooms as well as upgrades to the pool, restaurant, and grounds are apparent. The on-site restaurant, Oceanside Bistro, is surprisingly good and the bar area is lively. However, the beach is small and you can’t swim there.
$204
$180
$213 Total
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Island Beachcomber Hotel

Island Beachcomber Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The first beachfront hotel on St. Thomas, Island Beachcomber Hotel has been mostly family owned since 1956. The hotel is located right next to the airport, which is convenient for island hoppers or guests staying only one night. However, there is a good amount of plane noise. Island Beachcomber is located on a gorgeous beach and has some of the lowest prices for a beachfront room on the island. The tradeoff is that the rooms are dated and have some maintenance issues. If you want beachfront and convenience but don’t want to pay a lot, Island Beachcomber is a good choice.
$199
$235 Total
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Sapphire Beach Resort and Marina

Sapphire Beach Resort and Marina Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The beach is Sapphire Beach Resort’s main draw. It's on one of the best stretches of sand on the island, and the water is clear, turquoise, and calm; the view from the beach is stunning -- St. John and other satellite islands are visible in the distance. The resort is conveniently located one mile up the hill from Red Hook, where there are shops and restaurants. There aren’t, however, many property amenities -- there is a fee for Wi-Fi, not many places to eat on the property, and no fitness center, business center, or spa. The units at the resort are individually owned and managed by different companies, so the quality of the rooms varies greatly.
$435
$210
$261 Total
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Mafolie Hotel

Mafolie Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

At 900 feet above sea level, the Mafolie Hotel is known for its incredible island and sea views. Mafolie is a landmark hotel in St. Thomas and has been in operation since the 1940s, with many people’s grandparents having fond memories of vacationing here. A gorgeous pool area with a bar, cabanas, and loungers, as well as a popular restaurant are the highlights of the hotel. The rooms are clean and island-style but not contemporary, and you have to drive to get to any off-site dining. However, the hotel is a great value for the scenery, atmosphere, and amenities.
$185
$179
$216 Total
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BEST WESTERN PLUS Emerald Beach

BEST WESTERN PLUS Emerald Beach Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Best Western Plus Emerald Beach has distinctive upgrades from its neighbor, Best Western Carib Beach. This mid-range property has a lot to offer, including a beautiful beachfront with turquoise blue water, a fitness center, an on-site restaurant and bar, and a large pool. The 90 rooms have a few slightly dated tropical touches (floral curtains, bamboo furniture) but updates included flat-screen TVs, modern bathrooms, and iPod docks; all units have outdoor space and face the beach. The hotel’s location right next to the airport may be a deterrent for some, as plane traffic noise can be heard throughout the day.
$279
$335 Total
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Bolongo Bay Beach Resort

Bolongo Bay Beach Resort Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Family-owned and run since 1974, Bolongo is a laid-back resort with an excellent beach, great food, and a warm, helpful staff that keeps guests coming back year after year, despite the small pool and scarce features. But beware the "Value Rooms," which have old, sagging mattresses.
$432
$385
$460 Total
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