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I am a travel agent, who stopped in St Thomas on a cruise. I went to Sapphire beach to enjoyed the day and also to check out the hotel. I was very surprised how run down it was. But.. the beach, and view might make...More
I just got back from my trip to St. Thomas and had the best time at the Sapphire Beach Resort. My friend and I stayed in Building D, room 208. We had an AMAZING view from our balcony and could walk right out to the...More
I spent several days on vbro.com looking up condos to rent and came across unit c-304 owned by Lise -. We hit the jackpot on this one. This 2 story condo was renovated so well and furnished with high quality furniture that it was comparable...More
Restaurant, outdoor bar and part of beach club entrance boarded up. This is what happens when owners and developers are in litigation in court. In dire need of maintainance and they still have the balls to show a brochure with all the amenities. The view...More
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Response from SapphireBeach08, Single Unit Owner at Sapphire Beach ResortResponded 21 April 2011
It has been well documented for years that the restaurant and bar are closed and boarded up. This shouldn't be a surprise for anyone who does any research. Many people like Sapphire for this very reason; it's quiet and relaxing on a fabulous beach. Maintenance...More
We stayed in sapphire beach condos, a privately owned one. Owned by Jeff Azeman. It was a studio style with king bed and queen pull out couch. D203. Jeff was very nice and helpful before the trip and while we were there. The condo was...More
I didn't see a workout center, but I wasn't looking. You could kayak, snorkel, swim, or run on the beach instead. I would suggest NOT walking anywhere on the road, especially to Red Hook. No shoulder, hills, and blind... More
I didn't see a workout center, but I wasn't looking. You could kayak, snorkel, swim, or run on the beach instead. I would suggest NOT walking anywhere on the road, especially to Red Hook. No shoulder, hills, and blind curves. There is nowhere to get out of the way of a car. The second day we were there a guy got hit by a car while walking back from Red Hook. Our room in building A was great, the beach is like a fairy tale, and the water looks and feels like a perfectly Photoshopped dream.