Hotels in St. Thomas
You won’t find any lack of variety in your choice of St. Thomas hotels: there are resorts, bed and breakfasts, and private rentals to suit ever needs, and each hotel has its own unique set of amenities and attractions. Despite the variety of options, be sure to book long in advance, especially if you’re traveling during the busy, dry season.
The large hotels in St. Thomas can be the perfect relaxing resting point for busy travelers or businessmen on corporate business who want to let the hotel handle the conference details. If you’re taking a large family getaway or a big group trip with close friends, you may want to opt for a private home rental, rather than staying in one of the hotels in St. Thomas. This gives you a little more freedom and time to spend enjoying the island life, like grabbing fresh fish in the market and cooking it at home! If you want the privacy, but enjoy the amenities of hotels, you can also rent a private cottage or lodge associated with some of the best hotels in St. Thomas; this is perfect for a romantic and stress-free getaway.
Overlooking Great Bay, far from the bustling port town of Charlotte Amalie, this lush 30-acre Mediterranean-style resort with terracotta roofs and sunshine-yellow-washed walls stands apart as one of the U.S.
More than 100 listings run the gamut from cottages to estates, and are located in the U.S. Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands as well as Grenada.
In 2001, Wendy Snodgrass left her job in guest relations at the Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas, and opened this 1930's West Indian–style villa overlooking Charlotte Amalie harbor. The four rooms are done up in floral prints and bright hues, some with a canopy bed.