Hotel was beautiful! Grounds were amazing and beaches were perfect. Even a great snorkeling reef right off the hotel beach. Was in town for the Ironman 70.3 race and this hotel was a great choice of stay as the run portion of the race went through the grounds. Restaurant food was good and the comp. breakfast was very good. Only 2 bad experiences....the team that works at the breakfast hour are not as pleasant as the rest of the staff at the hotel. Quite rude actually! The other is that the hotel requires reservations for all dinners but doesn't really explain that. They state reservations recommended. As it was towards the end of tourist season they would close some of the restaurants at certain hours. So even though there are 5 restaurants...only one or two are really open at a time. So if you didn't make a reservation...you are not eating at the hotel unless you order room service. What was more annoying is that after we started making reservations the restaurants were half empty all the time with tables sitting empty for 2 hours. They could fit you in...but chose to force the reservations system.
If you are going for the Ironman race, it is a sketchy 2 mile ride in the dark to the starting line. Bring a headlamp or lights for your bike. Also, all roads are closed during the race so it makes a lot of walking for the spectators if they are not staying in town. All said, if I went back...I would stay only at this hotel.
Traveller from NY, NY
Nestled on the beach, this Christiansted hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Shoys Beach and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Fort …More
We came down with a plan to relax and do activities and just hung out and laid around the pool and bar. Everyone we met from the resort staff, the super staff from the Deep End restaurant and bar to Mimi managing the Tiki Huts and beach was great. They made the trip for us. We will be coming back from Tampa.
Traveller from Tampa, FL
Located in Christiansted, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 3 mi (5 km) of Chenay Bay Beach, Shoys …More
If you’re looking for a resort this is not it. This is a quaint little hotel with a bed and breakfast vibe without the breakfast or any food for that matter. Quarters are small and cramped and there is no desk to set up your laptop.
Located in the heart of Christiansted, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Protestant Cay and Fort Christiansvaern. St …More
We went there on our honeymoon and the staff helped us have a blast in St Croix. We had a second floor ocean view and it was perfect. Very simple... bed, bathroom and view. We didn't want or need anything else! We grew to know most of the staff as they were very nice and treated us as regulars. Highly recommend and I know we will be visiting again in the future.
Nestled on the beach, this La Grande Princesse resort is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Little Princess Estate and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from …More
We had a lovely stay! Your staff was wonderful. Pool was great. Location was great too! Walking distance to shopping and right on the boardwalk of Christiansted Bay. AWESOME! A great place for our first stay in St. Croix. If we stay in Christiansted again, we will be there!
Traveller from Philadelphia, PA
Located in the heart of Christiansted, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Croix Government House and Fort …More
The front desk and guest staff are all very nice and accommodating, except for the very mean gift shop lady! The food at Divi was EXCELLENT! We tried several things and were happy with them all! The deluxe room we had was very spacious as was the balcony, to enjoy the ocean view, but the bed was not comfortable at all. Unfortunately, the seaweed problem has returned and seaweed has dominated the beach in front of Divi and it is very stinky until you get used to it. The Divi hired people to rake the seaweed while we were there and it helps a lot, but it is a never ending job, it seems! There is a really nice pool to enjoy if you choose not to fight the seafood, though!
Traveller from Missouri
Secluded near the island's eastern tip, this resort offers sunny tranquility along 1,000 feet of soft sand washed by the …More
The staff were friendly and very helpful. We had to change rooms and they were very accommodating. The pool was very nice looking out onto the beach. Quiet hotel right on the beach which is suitable for families with small children and for anyone wanting to try paddle boarding and snorkeling. Rentals available right at the beach. Restaurant and bar has great food.
Traveller from Ontario, Canada
Offering direct access to the beach, this Christiansted hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Chenay Bay Beach, Shoys Beach, and …More
Historic buildings with red-tile roofs line the cobblestone streets in this waterfront town. The main shopping areas are found on King and Company streets near the boardwalk. Fort Christiansvaern overlooks the harbor below and is part of a seven-acre historic site that offers a glimpse of the island’s Danish past. A one-mile ferry ride takes visitors to Buck Island, a popular spot for snorkeling.