Situated at Pelican Cove, The Palms is the first Blue Flag resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands. When staying at The Palms, guests are able to enjoy the long, sandy beach that spans the entire resort. Guests may also borrow complimentary fins, snorkels, and masks. The resort even offers scuba lessons in their pool and yoga classes right on the beach.
Known for its flourishing gardens, The Buccaneer on St. Croix Island is also a beachfront resort facing Beauregard Bay. The hotel boasts 4 beaches with paths leading guests directly to the soft sand and blue waters. Mermaid Beach is surrounded by palm trees and offers a beachfront restaurant, a water-sports center, and an abundant amount of beach sports, while Grotto Beach offers a golf course and water-sports center. Whistle Beach serves as a getaway for seclusion and Buck Island Reef allows for guests to take boat trips from its private dock.
Uniquely known as the only resort in Cruz Bay, Gallows Point Resort has its own private beach. The resort has anything a guest would need when staying at St. Johns, including an oceanfront restaurant, pool, and Jacuzzi. Gallows Point invites guests to take advantage of their complimentary Activities Coordinator and experience fishing, boating, snorkeling, and more.
On the edge of Chenay Bay is the oceanfront Tamarind Reef Resort. Guests can relax in the warm weather under palm trees and huts, or in hammocks.Tamarind Reef Resort is home to the only ocean view spa in St. Croix and their very own Green Cay Marina. At the marina, visitors can borrow complimentary kayaks, snorkels, and SUPS. Guests interested in chartering boats can participate in sailing tours led by the resort.
Sand Castle on the Beach is located on St. Croix Island and faces the stunning Caribbean Sea. The resort sits directly on top of the beach and is filled with palm trees, sun loungers, and umbrellas provided by the hotel. Many sea-based activities are offered at the resort including scuba diving, sailing, deep-sea fishing, and jet skiing. Guests also have the option to go to the Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge to interact with leatherback turtles.
Residing on its own private beach in a nook of Nazareth Bay is Secret Harbour Beach Resort of St. Thomas. Guests wishing to relax can indulge in Secret Harbour's hammocks, sun loungers, and beach bar. Those seeking more active entertainment can partake in kayaking, snorkeling, paddle boarding, diving, and boating arranged by PADI Certified Aqua Action Dive Center.
Next to Water Bay, and in between Pineapple Beach and Snorkel Beach resides Point Pleasant Resort. Aside from relaxing on Point Pleasant's sandy beach filled with umbrellas and loungers, visitors can also check out the water-sports lower pool deck. When worn out, guests can re-energize themselves by visiting the beachfront Shoreline Bar & Grille.
Emerald Beach Resort is a beachfront accommodation in St. Thomas facing Lindbergh Bay. Emerald Beach offers many water sports, including snorkel gear, jet skis, stand up paddle boards, and kayaks. Just a few steps outside of the resort is the oceanfront restaurant which gives great views of the waters while serving Caribbean cuisine, while there's also a beach bar under the shade of the palm trees.
Positioned in Pacquereau Bay along the Caribbean Sea is the St. Thomas villa, Marriott's Frenchman's Cove. The secluded, private beach makes for a perfection destination for guests seeking complete rest and relaxation. The resort also offers family activities for guests to experience including snorkeling, night time kayaking, and other equipment rentals.