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March 30 $2950
April 4 $2600
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Marriott’s Frenchman’s Cove is perfectly situated on a secluded
beach with amazing views of Pacquereau Bay and the St. Thomas
harbor. Located on 13.3 acres next to Frenchman's Reef & Morning
Star Marriott Beach Resort, this beautiful U.S. Virgin Islands
retreat reflects the Danish and British architectural influences of
the nearby historic town of Charlotte Amalie.
The interior of each
two-bedroom/two-bath villa is designed to give an overwhelming
impression of a beautiful, comfortable retreat; an elegant getaway.
From their private balconies, vacationers can savor the relaxing
Caribbean spirit and enjoy extraordinary views perched above a
Two bedroom luxury villa with fully equipped gourmet kitchen granite
countertops, washer/dryer, multiple televisions and Dvd players.
The resort features a pool with Infinity edge, water slide and
whirlpool spa, Children’s pool reminiscent of a town square
fountain, Whirlpool spa, Children’s activity center and Fitness
center. The kids' activity center with playground is open with
organzed activities from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
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We are back from St. Thomas. We had a great time, and the villa at the Cove was perfect. The location relative to the pool and beach was great, as was the view.
Thanks for your help with the rental, and I'll definitely be using you again the next time we want to go there.
Magens Bay Beach: one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the
Atlantis Submarine Center: experience the thrill of diving without
getting wet on St. Thomas’ only real submarine.
Blackbeard’s Historical Walking Tour: climb to the top of the tower
and visit two restored 19th century Danish townhouses with antique
West Indian furnishings. Enjoy the lush tropical gardens and famous
99 steps during this easy downhill walk through the historic
Coral World Marine Park: explore five acres with exotic aquariums,
outdoor pools and nature trails. It’s a unique marine park with a
three-story underwater observatory tower offering 360-degree viewing
area through four windows to the open sea. Encounter sharks,
stingrays and sea turtles during the interactive feedings. Gift
shops, cafes and shower facilities are available.
Mountain Top: photograph the island’s most spectacular view of
Magens Bay and 20 other Virgin Islands at the islands highest
elevation of 1547 feet.
Paradise Point Tramway: beautiful way to see St. Thomas while
comfortably and quietly riding to the top of Paradise Point.
Estate St. Peter Great House & Botanical Gardens
Fort Christian Museum
Havensight Shopping Mall
Charlotte Amalie Historical Downtown Shopping
Cardow Jewelers: St. Thomas' most respected jeweler offering the
largest selection in the Caribbean
The Don't Miss List:
1. Warm your soul on Morning Star Beach
Just steps from your villa, watch sailboats and cruise ships
slipping in and out of the Charlotte Amalie Harbor from your vantage
point on the beach. The surf is gentle and mild to match the
2. Visit the birthplace of Camille Pissaro
The famed Jewish artist known as the father of French Impressionism
was born in Charlotte Amalie . Around the corner from his birthplace
is the oldest synagogue in continuous use on American soil.
3. Tour Seven Arches Museum
This two-story 18 th century home is a classic example of Danish-
West Indian architecture. Appointed with period furnishings, its
kitchen is housed in a separate building, a safety custom of the
4. Visit St. Peter Greathouse Estate and Botanical Gardens
Perched atop the highest point on St. Thomas , this famous 11 -acre
estate gives you a view of all the Virgin Islands . Over 200 species
of West Indian plants and trees provide a breathtaking landscape.
5. Take the walking trail through Annaberg Plantation
On nearby St. John , explore a sugar plantation set up as an open
museum. Placards explain the process of creating sugar as you wander
through the factory, slave quarters and on to the old windmill.
6. Snorkel at Coki Beach
Crystal clear water gives you a perfect view of the colorful
critters that inhabit the reef. The beach is also home to Coral
World Marine Park .
7. Spend a day at Caneel Bay on St. John
Bordering a 5,000 -acre Virgin Islands National Park on the island
of St. John, Caneel Bay offers seven beaches that are the perfect
remedy to a stressful life.
8. Take to the clear, turquoise, emerald, and azure waters
Marinas nearby offer you every type of vessel for enjoying the
caressing wind and salt water mix that are served only in the
9. Dive for visual treasures
Over 80 sites of wrecked barges, yachts, hospital ships and
freighters and natural reefs provide adventure for all types of
divers. Bring your underwater camera!
10. Charter a boat and visit the islands
Hop aboard your own yacht for a day—sailboat, motorboat—and create
an itinerary of beaches and dive sites. On-board food, drink, and
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Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
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