Exceptional. Rosalie and the entire staff went out of their way to make our week the quiet, pleasant 30th anniversary celebration we were looking for. The layout of the resort allows for beach/pool fun to take place away from most of the rooms. So we thoroughly enjoyed sitting on our patio drinking our morning coffee and watching the sun rise over Buck Island and listening to the gentle surf in the evenings with practically no noise pollution! Although the facility is dated it is clean and has a bit of an old fashioned charming character. Restaurant serves tasty food and drinks. Snorkeling along the reef right outside our room was a delightful perk. And, did I mention Rosalie? WHAT A GEM! The epitome of a gracious hostess. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and hope to return!
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
Located in Christiansted, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Chenay Bay Beach, Shoys …More
The hotel is very pleasant, as the staff are also. The food is delicious and prices are very reasonable. The beach is a little rocky in some spots but oh so tranquil with beauty, you feel the peace and can let this stressful world pass you by. You will see why it's named pelican palms. It is a wonderful get a way.
Offering direct access to the beach, this La Grande Princesse resort is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Little Princess Estate and 2.8 mi …More
It has been a while since I stayed at the Caravelle and the room renovations are very welcome.
The hotel does not have sprawling spaces or a beach? But it's fine as a base for either tourism or business on St. Croix.
This small hotel at water's edge on St. Croix opens to a boardwalk at one end and a shopping courtyard at the other; boat …More
I was not in a comfortable room the first night when I arrived after 10:00 P.M. and the television was not even working; however, upon inquiry the next day, I was moved to a suite with a view. All staff members were extremely friendly, helpful and attentive to my husband and me. The continental breakfast every morning proved to be desirable. The brief ferry ride to the beach at Hotel at the Cay proved to be a rewarding treat and walking down a flight of steps led to storefront access. I look forward to returning next month and staying in the 'loft' with my family.
Traveller from Miami
Located in the heart of Christiansted, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Protestant Cay and Fort Christiansvaern. St …More
We stayed in a quaint little cottage overlooking the pool and beach. We had a full kitchen with stove, living room, nice bathroom, and King- sized bed. The bathroom was beautifully tiled and we were not expecting such a modern feel to the cabin, so that was a nice surprise. The porch had two rocking chairs and a little table. We enjoyed coffee in the morning on the porch and jogging on the path nearby each morning to start our day. The restaurant had been hit by lightening the week before we arrived, but it really did not make a big difference with our comfort or enjoyment. We stopped at the grocery store on our way to Chenay Bay on the first day, and then we ate at an upscale restaurant called The Savant. The food was impeccable and the wait staff friendly. We used a taxi service called Prince of Peace, and Jaylen made sure we were taken care of. He is very proud of St. Croix and was very helpful with where to go and the best places to eat, shop etc. We loved the tranquil surroundings of Chenay Bay and will visit again but bring our friends next time. : )
Offering direct access to the beach, this Christiansted hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Chenay Bay Beach, Shoys Beach, and …More
A very friendly hotel, very close to the wharf restaurants and to the town. The rooms are basic, but clean, and there is an excellent breakfast cafe next door. There were two big rainstorms during my stay: the first caused loss of electricity and wifi for several hours; the second, loss of water, electricity and wifi. This was not just affecting the hotel, but rather the whole strip.
Traveller from UK
This harbor-front hotel on St Croix occupies a 200-year-old building adjacent to a National Historic Site that includes the …More
Pocket Guide: St. Croix Island Christiansted Hotels
Historic buildings with red-tile roofs line the cobblestone streets in this waterfront town. The main shopping areas are found on King and Company streets near the boardwalk. Fort Christiansvaern overlooks the harbor below and is part of a seven-acre historic site that offers a glimpse of the island’s Danish past. A one-mile ferry ride takes visitors to Buck Island, a popular spot for snorkeling.