The rooms are horrible. They have gated doors and windows, a midget sized TV, and a complete lack of bonus amentities. The view is incredible, however, and every room has an ocean view. The villas are the way to go, but the price triples and isn''t worth the extra money. The resort features two nice pools, two restaurants and a great atmosphere. This is where you take the family, as there are plenty of activities plus tennis, basketball and volleyball courts. Iggies restaurant and bar is one of the best spots on the island and is located on the resort''s grounds. The beach is nice, quiet most of the time and gets good rays. However, the last hurricane brought tons of rocks to Bolongo Bay and makes the water little more than a refreshing foot pool. I say it doesn''t much matter when you have two nice pools and Megan''s Bay nearby.
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Our room was large and clean with two double beds and a roomy balcony. It would have gotten rave reviews except one of our party was a snorer, not that it was the original plan for us all to stay in the same room anyway, but that's the way it played out. So, while I was mighty tired, I looked forward to seeing the sun each morning. Our package included a continental breakfast each day plus a wine tasting event and a very nice manager's welcome party.
The management and staff were very helpful and friendly and had created a full range of activities to keep the guests happy. We took advantage of a few activities and most certainly the ($8rt) "shopping shuttle". This is a nice place - actually anywhere would be nice in St. Thomas - but not spectacular.
From journal America's Caribbean Paradise
St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
June 23, 2001
From journal Livin it up in St. Thomas