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When we viewed the Beach coming over the hill from sub base, we knew the hotel would be packed. 5 cruise ships were in port and the beach was full of people from the cruise ships. There were a group of Danes staying at the...More
This hotel is VERY close to the airport and has a nice beach but the rooms, and the whole place is in sore need of repairs and updating. The windows are painted shut so you have to have the loud air conditioner on all the...More
It is a rather run down series of motel style rooms surrounding a very nice courtyard and outdoor bar. The other feature of note, is that some of these rooms really do open onto a nice swimming beach....oh also, FREE WIFI in the outdoor courtyard...More
I stayed with my husband on a business trip and we had to relocate to a different property. The island was packed over the holidays and we were booked here by a handler for our company. The grounds are tropical and ok, but a lot...More
Stayed one night after flight arriving that evening. Very close to airport. Final destination was St. John next day. Wonderful, quaint, has a beautiful beach, needs a bit of modernizing, but clean. We felt very safe. Bar had full meal in evening. Restaurant was delicious...More
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If you're talking about Marriott's Frenchmans Reef Resort it's far to walk lol. Frenchmans Reef is on the west end down town towards Charlotte Amalie near Redhook bay. Your best choice is rent a car, or take a taxi shouldn't... More
If you're talking about Marriott's Frenchmans Reef Resort it's far to walk lol. Frenchmans Reef is on the west end down town towards Charlotte Amalie near Redhook bay. Your best choice is rent a car, or take a taxi shouldn't be more than $25 bucks to get there or less! If you were to walk it would take you close to 2.5hrs to walk there depending on how fast you walk hahaha it's close to 10miles but also take into consideration you will be hiking up and down mountains because the terrain is not like US terrain where it's flat!
Good luck :) St. Thomas is my second home I visit every year.