Low-season (May 1 - December 14) rates are $105 - $125/night, double occupancy in a bedroom studio, $125 - $135/night in a living room studio. Additional guests in the same suite are $25/night per person.
During the winter season, from December 15, 2000 through April 30, 2001 rates are $175 - $190 per night double occupancy in a bedroom studio, $185 - $200 per night in a living room studio. Additional guests in the same suite are $25/night/person. (Minimum stay of seven nights required.)
Harmony Studios is a short walk up the hill from Maho Bay Camps. Perched on the hillside above Maho's tent-cottages, with vistas overlooking the white sand beaches and turquoise waters of the Virgin Islands National Park, Harmony Studios are the ideal vacation for those seeking to combine luxury accommodations with environmental sensitivity.
I'd like to thank the friendly and helpful staff of Sapphire Beach Resort for their top-notch service. We visited them from 3/11/01-3/17/01. I just couldn't wait to tell you how wonderful it was.
Their Seagrape Restaurant and their Steakhouse were wonderful. The fish was fresh and the steaks were juicy. The Desserts were tasty as well.
The rooms were wonderful and spacious. The cleaning staff was meticulous. The kitchen had everything that I could ever need except food, ofcourse. We went to Red Hook's Marina Market to buy food to cook and drinks.
The view from our room was so beautiful that we sat in our living room at night just looking out. We also made great use of our patio and Sapphire Beach. Sapphire also has events that you can take part in (live entertainment, Shop Talk, and an Orientation).
When it came time for us to go to Coral World, St. John, Charlotte Amalie and Mountaintop, we went to the Front Desk area to get a Cab. There were always cabs waiting to take us out because VI Taxi is based in Sapphire Beach. Normally the fares are posted.
I thoroughly enjoyed my vacation and I look forward to my return. Thanks Sapphire!!!!
Close to Red Hook Dock and great view of St. John
120 rooms and 7 beaches spread out over 77 acres! There are 3 restaurants on the property, including The Equator (which has unbelievable sunsets) and Turtle Bay (very elegant).
Lots of acitivites, including day snorkeling and diving, sunset sailing and day trips to the British Virgin Islands.
Of course our favorate place was our house, but beside that I would rent a small house and enjoy the island like a native. The big hotels are just all the same the world round, so ifn you want to pay big money to fly down and stay in a hotel great, but you can stay home and stay in the same room. Get out and experience native life.
On season: 90 - 1,000 per day
Off season: 50 - 250 per day
There are more and less expensive available. Drop by Connections at the park and ask Sid or Mary Pat where a great place to stay is. You will love them.
Charter a yacht. See pic for ours for a week.
You can charter a yacht that sleeps four comfortably for about $5-8,000 per week, which includes everything - food, drinks, crew, etc.
This is by far the best way to see a lot of the Virgins and get off the beaten path. Since they're so close together it doesn't take much time to sail from one island to another.
We stayed in a small building housing 4 rooms near the beach. The room was beautifully decorated & very clean. Our water buckets were filled daily & our refrigerator was stocked with our choice of beverages. The beaches are unspoiled & roll along for miles. The landscaping is filled with the most vibrant & beautiful flowers & bushes. They actually give tours of their incredible gardens surrounding the resort.They provide picnic lunches & drop you off on a secluded beach..very romantic!!
St. John Island has accomodations ranging from the expensive resort at Caneel Bay to lower priced rooms. However, for those who don't mind 'roughing it' they may want to check out the Cinnamon Bay Campground. Cottages, tents, and bare camp sites are available for rent.
At the time we were visiting the island Rockresorts had the concession on the campgrounds for the US Dept. of Parks.
Staying at the campground would hardly be roughing it because the average annual temprature is 79 degrees with only about 6 degrees variance between summer and winter.
The National Park service provides programs such as snorkeling instructions and tours of the old sugar plantation ruins.
The picture below is another picture of a St. Thomas beach.
We stay with some friends who currently stay there permanently. Their house is so beautiful, just on the top of the mountain. This is me in the courtyard of their house.
There was a pool, a spa, gym and a very very great view.
Fantastic service! Our room was an octagon on stilts. The maid cleaned twice a day, the iceman refreshed the ice twice a day. The restaurant was impeccable. They have a PADI 5 star dive facility on premises. They will take you by boat to nearby beaches and islands, many uninhabited, and return later to pick you up. Very romantic.
we have stayed at Bluebeard Beach Club Villas-great!
we got a deal for the week of $400
swim up bar
studio and one bedroom with small kitchen
Westin Vacation Club, St. John
We stayed at the Timeshare - 2 bedroom, 3 bath with kitchen, quite reasonable if you own timeshare! Hotel room available also. Among the nicest resorts we've EVER stayed at!
no idea - we were on a timeshare exchange
Immaculate beach, fabulous pool, activities, lighted tennis courts, beautiful grounds
I stayed at the Danish Chalet Inn, which is a bed and breakfast place, run very efficiently by their friendly owners. I will never forget, their wonderful hospitality and kindness.
At about $69.00 a night, quite reasonable for this part of the world, especially in March.
Great views, friendly owners, nice little terrace with a bar on an honor system, you pick up your own drink and leave your money in a box.
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