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

The Westin's big, beautiful beach is great for swimming. Kayaks, small sailboats, and other water toys are all included in the $40-per-day resort fee.

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 The Westin's big, beautiful beach is great for swimming. Kayaks, small sailboats, and other water toys are all included in the $40-per-day resort fee.
Caneel Bay is unique in the Caribbean for its seven quiet, swimmable beaches. The resort sits on a 170-acre peninsula of protected national park, and with the exception of Caneel Beach, which also attracts nonresort guests (all beaches in the U.S. Virgin Islands are technically public), the beaches feel secluded and private. Two of the beaches are child-free, to ensure an atmosphere of undisturbed tranquility. The Ritz-Carlton's exclusive, clean beach is located on Great Bay, a protected marine-life sanctuary that has some of the best snorkeling on St. Thomas. Guests can partake in the popular "sunset sail" on the Ritz-owned Lady Lynsey sailboat, which includes gourmet appetizers and an open bar ($80 per person). The beach is Bolongo's best feature. The south-facing cove is protected from large waves, making it good for swimming; the sand is soft; and plenty of trees provide ample shade. The resort offers free water sports, like small sailboats, kayaks, and water bikes with giant plastic tires. Sapphire Beach is one of the best in the Virgin Islands, with soft sand, clear water, nearby reefs for snorkeling. Windsurfing and snorkeling lessons are provided by the resort at no extra fee. Plus, the crowd of cruise ship passengers is smaller than you'll find at the even more popular Magens Beach. The 300-foot-long strip of beach is a touch smaller and rockier than what you'll find at other resorts on St. Thomas, but there's clear water and great snorkeling. The Westin's big, beautiful beach is great for swimming. Kayaks, small sailboats, and other water toys are all included in the $40-per-day resort fee.
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