Good boutique hotel on the beach with restaurant
Posted Aug 7, 2015
We rented a suite which was a one bedroom apartment. Had AC in living room and bedroom and worked well. It got very cold. Kitchen had an electric stove, microwave, 4 cup coffee maker, refrigerator, dishes, pot and pans, and utensils. Back patio overlooks pool and beach. Key safe in closet in bedroom. Ceiling fan in bedroom and living room. Room 208 is on the second floor next to the pool.
There is a restaurant for lunch and dinner, closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. The food was very good.
Food is expensive on St. Croix so we made our own breakfast each morning and a few lunches.
The staff is friendly and if you need anything, just ask.
We are scuba divers and this hotel was close to Fredericksted Pier which has many seahorses, a few frogfish, octopus and many more. This area has the calmest sea conditions and some days it was almost a flat ocean surface.