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St. Thomas, A Small Island with Big Heart
Snorkel through the turquoise Caribbean Sea, or rent a boat and explore the waters from behind the captain’s wheel. Explore the island’s rich history by touring historic sites by day, and unwind in the evening to Calypso sounds as you enjoy the tastes of the island. It seems incredible that the vibrant night life, exceptional cuisine, fantastic water sports, and unbeatable land excursions of St. Thomas are packed into an island that’s 32 square miles in size, but you have to see it to believe it.
Arts & Culture
St. Thomas may be known primarily for its pristine beaches, but it’s the island’s rich culture that truly brings it to life. You can explore the magnificent pieces of artwork on display at the island’s premier gallery, Mango Tango, or take your little ones to the Virgin Islands Children’s Museum. There are also many historic places of worship that you can visit on the island, which magnificently juxtapose the modern luxury of its nearby hotels. For one, St. Thomas Reformed Church was originally established in 1660, though the existing building was constructed following a fire in 1806. Located just off Main Street, Frederick Lutheran Church is another place of worship to visit, and its construction dates back to 1793. You can also take in the architectural marvel of St. Thomas Synagogue. This National Historic Landmark is one of the oldest synagogues in the Western Hemisphere and is marked by unique sand-covered floors. If you find yourself enchanted by the magic of the island, find a handcrafted item to take home with you from the Native Arts & Crafts Cooperative or Tillett Gardens.
The island has no shortage of private tours, and while many of them can be enjoyed at sea, you might find the land excursions interesting, too. For instance, you can take a journey to see the 99 Steps, which were built into the hill leading up to the Government House with bricks that were once used as a ballast on British and Danish ships. While you’re in the area of Government Hill, you can also stop by Blackbeard’s Castle (also known as Skytsborg Tower), located in the city of Charlotte Amalie. While you’re welcome to discover the island on your own, many of the hotels in St. Thomas offer booking services and will gladly help arrange a guided excursion. David’s Fun Tours, Brenda and Franko’s Fun Tours, and Golden Age Ranch are some of the island’s leading sightseeing groups. Should you wish, you can traverse the island’s hills on a long hike, or get a bird’s eye view of all of St. Thomas’s beaches, restaurants, historic sites, and hotels via the rail tour. Ziplining adventures are also available for the island, though they may be best enjoyed by the thrill-seeking travellers in your party, and are not recommended for the faint of heart!
Being surrounded on all sides by the “turquoise sea,” St. Tomas is known for its beaches and sea adventures. If you’re interested in spotting some exquisite sea life, head to Coki Beach, which is famous for its snorkelling. Surfers can trek to the northern side of the island towards Hull Bay, which is home to the best conditions when there is a north swell. If lounging beachside is your primary objective for your getaway, book a reservation at one of the hotels near Lindbergh Bay, which is a tranquil spot for a peaceful seaside retreat. When it’s time for some aquatic fun, you can take a ride to Coral World Ocean Park. This unique marine park uses an open-water system to run, in which water from the sea flows freely through each exhibit and back into the ocean. There, you can interact with exotic bird species, stroll through the captivating Butterfly Garden exhibit, and of course, get up-close and personal with sea creatures, including sea lions and turtles. If you’re feeling brave, you can even hop in and swim with them, too! For even more water adventures, stop by Sapphire Beach, where you can enjoy the heart-pounding thrills of water sports like windsurfing and jet skiing.
St. Thomas Dining & Nightlife
The night life is vibrant throughout St. Thomas, and many of the island’s restaurants and bars are home to live music and dancing. From live bands to DJs and steel drum percussionists, there are plenty of entertainers that you can enjoy alongside drinks or dinner. Many of the bars are also located on the water’s edge, so you can enjoy the sounds of the Caribbean as you watch the sun set over the sea. When it comes to dining, your palate will be delighted by the herbs and spices that are masterfully crafted into the unique cuisine of the West Indies. For instance, you can indulge in the popular chicken kebabs seasoned with ginger, cumin, turmeric, and other Indian flavours, or sample one of the island’s signature dishes, kallaloo soup, which blends spinach-like greens with meat or seafood and okra, in the eateries across St. Thomas. The island’s fresh-caught seafood is highlighted in the restaurants of Frenchtown, where fishermen are known for selling their best catches of the day. Charlotte Amalie is known for its casual dining scene, while fine dining can be found at the resorts on the island.
Price rangefrom AED 297to AED 4,118
Hotel Galleon House Charlotte Amalie
Galleon House is an 1852 bed-and-breakfast located in historic St. Thomas, on the famed Government Hill. It features homemade breakfasts and access to much of the surrounding city, including its market district. All rooms at Galleon House feature cable television, air-conditioning, delicate color palettes with vividly-designed linens, and tile floors. Galleon House provides guests with an outdoor, freshwater pool, a designated area for sunbathing and relaxation, and a veranda section with garden flowers. Homemade breakfast options are prepared daily and served on the veranda, and a variety of restaurants, bars, and food shops are located in the nearby market district. Galleon House offers direct access to the market, Fort Christian, Cyril E. King Airport, and the Mangrove Lagoon, which can be reached by car or on foot. more
Hotel Point Pleasant Resort Charlotte Amalie
Point Pleasant Resort, Charlotte Amalie, is a four-star beachfront resort with a spa. The resort is set on a private beach. The resort features 60 guestrooms individually decorated and furnished with a balconies or patios. The rooms sport a separate living and dining area. The rooms are equipped with TVs with cable TV channels, sofa beds, full kitchens equipped with full-sized refrigerators/freezers, microwaves, stovetops, cookware & dishware, and free Wi-Fi. In-room massage services are available. Point Pleasant Resort guest can take a dip in any of the hotel’s three outdoor pools, indulge in the full-service spa and sauna, or workout in the gym. The hotel also features a variety of amenities including a computer station, a terrace, and a free area shuttle. Panga, the on-site restaurant, serves delicious Caribbean cuisine for lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy a variety of drinks and cocktails at the lounge bar and the poolside bar. Coki Beach is 1.4 km away while Coral World Ocean Park is 1.5 km from the hotel. more
Hotel Marriott's Frenchman's Cove Charlotte Amalie
Situated right along the shores just 0.2 miles from Morningstar Beach, Marriott's Frenchman's Cove Hotel features free secure on-site parking as well as a paid Wi-Fi service. Each air conditioned villa boasts a fully equipped kitchen, a separate living area and dining room. Guests can also enjoy the large private bathrooms and a 32-inch flat screen TV. Marriott's Frenchman's Cove Hotel features two large outdoor swimming pools as well as a hot tub and waterslide. Guest can also make use of the fully equipped fitness center and sauna room. Sunset Cove Poolside Bar and Grill is located in a semi enclosed area, serving American cuisine as well as a range of drinks. The MarketPlace serves light snacks and coffee. Havensight Mall is only 1.2 miles away, while Bluebeard's Beach is just 0.6 miles from this hotel. Mahogany Run Golf Course is about six miles away. more
Hotel Bolongo Bay Beach Resort Charlotte Amalie
Bolongo Bay Beach Resort is a 62-room hotel located on a secluded bay between Charlotte Amalie and Red Hook. Most rooms are beachfront or have ocean views. All are air-conditioned and feature free Wi-Fi, cable TV, refrigerators and coffeemakers. Ironing boards and hair dryers are provided. Guests have free access to an array of non-motorized water sports equipment including paddle boards, kayaks and snorkel equipment. There’s a freshwater outdoor pool and free introductory Scuba lessons. The resort has meeting facilities and a fitness room. There is also a boutique and a dive shop and training center on-site. There are two restaurants onsite: The Lobster Grille and Iggies Beach Bar & Grill, which features nightly entertainment. There’s also a swim-up pool bar. Bolongo Bay Beach Resort is about 5 miles from Charlotte Amalie and Cyril E. King airport. Magen’s Bay, Coki Beach and Sapphire Beach are all less than 4 miles away. more
Hotel Bluebeard's Castle Resort Charlotte Amalie
Bluebeard’s Castle Resort is set in an old fortress dating back to the 1600s and sits high on a hill overlooking the Charlotte Amalie harbor. The 76 studios and suites have private balconies and kitchenettes with a microwave, minifridge and coffeemaker. Some units have full kitchens. All rooms have cable TV and ceiling fans. Villas feature separate bedroom and living room areas. Wi-Fi is available for a fee. Bluebeard’s Castle Resort has an outdoor pool with hot tub, a children’s pool, tennis courts and a fitness center. Parking is available onsite for a fee. There are two restaurants onsite, a Room with a View and the Banana Tree Grille. There’s also a pool bar and a cabana bar. Bluebeard’s Castle Resort is a 10-minute drive from Cyril E. King Airport. It’s a 15-minute walk to downtown Charlotte Amalie, a 15-minute drive to Red Hook and 1.5 miles to Magen’s Bay. more