We couldn't have asked for a better place to stay. The staff (especially Scott the bartender) made our stay exceptional. Everyone was friendly, accommodating and professional. The food, entertainment and activities were abundant. We would definitely recommend this resort to anyone who needs a bit of Paradise in their life. Simply a slice of heaven.
Traveller from Parlin, NJ
Secluded near the island's eastern tip, this resort offers sunny tranquility along 1,000 feet of soft sand washed by the …More
If you are looking for luxury, this is not the hotel for you. This is a simple clean hotel, with a nice coffee house for breakfast literally right out the front door. There is a very secluded beach in walking distance (less than 2km). It is right in the middle of downtown Christianstead and has a ton of places to eat and is very close to the boardwalk.
Traveller from Virginia
Situated in Christiansted, this hotel is steps from Steeple Museum and Fort Christiansvaern. D. Hamilton Jackson Park and Old …More
Very helpful staff at hotel. Great location, near Boardwalk, shops and restaurants. No hotel parking
and limited parking in town. Found a parking lot for $5 daily, $25 for 2 weeks. Very noisy in the evening from outside entertainment/bar/restaurant. Mosquitos in room - take OFF if visiting!! Due to age of hotel , lots of creaking floorboards. Overall a nice property.
Located in the heart of Christiansted, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Protestant Cay and Fort Christiansvaern. St …More
We escaped 3 feet of snow in Maryland on a last minute trip to St. Croix and chose Tamarind Reef as a result of the guest reviews and the obviously relaxed, quiet nature of the resort. I should point out that we are not usually "beach people" for more than 3 or 4 days so the prospect of 6 days and nights at the resort was unusual, yet exciting.
We wanted a quiet escape away from the world, away from people, where we could enjoy the beach, the pool, snorkeling, kayaking and SUPing without waiting in line for other guests, we wanted to play tennis and walk every day. We also wanted great food in a relaxed environment. We did consider the nearby Buccaneer and are glad that we did not stay there.
TRR delivered on all these counts and to be honest, exceeded our expectations and the reviews: most days we were the only people on the beach. The resort is relaxed, quiet, peaceful, well maintained and well run. The staff were very friendly and remembered are names. The room cleaning staff were wonderful, flexible and made effort to make our stay comfortable. The New Deep End Restaurant and Bar serves up a wonderful and extensive menu of dishes from around the world and additional specials every evening - every meal was delicious - and enhances the experience with almost daily live music.
In summary, we love to travel and taste new experiences and very rarely return to the same place. We will make an exception for St. Croix and for Tamarind Reef Resort.
Traveller from Potomac, MD
Located in Christiansted, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Chenay Bay Beach, Shoys …More
We moved into this hotel after two nights at another close-by that did not meet our expections. We were treated very well and were much happier with this choice. It was comparative in cost and the location was excellent for the board walk and lots of restaurants and bars close by.The upkeep of the outside area was very good and the rooms and staff were especially nice. They have a decent size pool and a bar/restaurant downstairs that had very good food. I would return here without hesitation and would recommend to couple and families. Yolanda at the front desk was pleasant, hardworking and a delight to deal with. We were lucky enough to get a later check out and a place to leave our bags. We felt welcomed and appreciated by all the staff. Denise was also great and made the effort to make our stay pleasant. Good connections for taxis too!!..
Traveller from Florida
Located in the heart of Christiansted, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Croix Government House and Fort …More
I WAS AT ST.CROIX FOR BUSINESS THAT QUICKLY TURNED INTO A COUPLE DAY VACATION. ROGER AND CLAUDIA ARE VERY NICE PEOPLE, I WILL STAY AT THEIR LOCATION AGAIN AND RECOMEND IT TO FRIENDS. VIEW IS GORGEOUS, POOL IS VERY RELAXING AND THE COMPLEMENTARY RUMS WERE GREAT. PLACES TO EAT ARE AT THE BOARDWALK.. THE RUM RUNNER WAS REAL GOOD FOR DINNER, ANGRY NATES WAS GOOD FOR LUNCH.. SHUBE'S " not sure if I spelt that correctly, but its right nest to the rum runner" IS GOOD FOR A BEER AND BURGER TO SIT AND GO. TAVERN 1844 WAS BY FAR MY FAVORITE SPOT FOR FOOD AND DRINK ADDRESS IS ON COMPANY ST, CHRISTIANSTED.. WHILE YOUR THERE WALK DOWN THE STREET TO SONYAS JEWELRY AND BUY YOURSELF OR YOUR WIFE A BRACELET ALSO ON COMPANY ST.. I BOUGHT MY WIFE 2 BEAUTIFUL BRACELETS WITH LIFETIME WARRANTY ON THEM... YOU NEED A MAP FOR THE FIRST 10 MINUTES THERE, AFTER THAT JUST DRIVE DOWN A STREET AND EXPLORE. ALL THE STREETS INTERSECT BACK TO HERMAN HILL RD..... I LOVED IT AND I WILL BE BACK SOON... THANK YOU ROGER ABD CLAUDIA FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO STAY...
Traveller from NEW JERSEY
Situated near the boardwalk, this bed & breakfast is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Holy Cross Catholic Church and 2 mi (3.3 km) from …More
Nice no frills hotel. Great location close to the harbor and great restaurants. clean, functional. Pool chemicals were out of whack- my daughters blonde hair was green within 5 minutes! Parking in the back lot was tough if there are a lot of cars. Besides that great value for the money.
Traveller from illinois
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
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.