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On arriving at the building it said to me "Bates Motel" The grounds are lovely. The beach location is "to die for" however, the buildings/rooms are not well kept. They need to update the hotel. The food was good and the service was also good.
We were looking for a hotel at the last minute and booked rooms at this oceanfront hotel. Fun tiki bar with a good burger, drinks were well poured and staff was very accommodating. The hotel is old, two out of three rooms had leaks, cable...More
Although i found the inhabitants of St Thomas to be some of the worst human beings i have ever met the beachcomber staff made the end of our trip smooth sailing. The front desk staff as well as our housekeeper islan were quite friendly and...More
A lush well kept tropical courtyard garden and a good beach. Good and efficient staff in the beach bar.
Spacious room and a nice veranda with a good view in front of the room.
It is true that the carpet in the room was not...More
Our flight arrived in the morning and we had to wait til after check in time to get into our room. The cleaners had just left but you wouldn't have guessed that by the condition of the room. Is it that hard to get good...More
Response from JALENCARNYC | Reviewed this property |
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.