Staying on St. Croix
Where you stay on St. Croix will flavor your visit to our island. Choices abound. But know your experience will not be in massive high-rises and mega hotels. Instead our island affords more personalized accommodations and experiences.
They range from beachfront hotels where you can hear the waves from your room, cozy historic inns, boutique hotels, old plantations or homes given new lives in a new era or tropical guest houses and cottages. Our resorts range from 5-star island elegance to all-inclusive experiences.
While St. Croix is a popular Caribbean destination, it is not overrun by the crowds of tourists all the time like so many of our sister islands. Our accommodations match that spirit.
Look to St. Croix Hotel & Tourism Association members for your accommodations to make your stay pleasant and memorable. They include the following properties:
Arawak Bay: the Inn at Salt River is a charming B&B on St. Croix’s north shore offering peace and relaxation with breathtaking views of Salt River Bay and the Caribbean Sea from each room, glimpses of St. Thomas and Tortola, island breakfasts with house specialties and relaxation by the pool and bar.
For iconic luxury The Buccaneer Beach & Golf Resort is a 340-acre playground overlooking the Caribbean and Christiansted harbor and just steps from three beaches. That’s in addition to a golf course, tennis courts, two pools, a full-service spa and a salon plus dining and shopping.
Caravelle Hotel & Casino is in the heart of historic downtown Christiansted on the waterfront where spacious well-appointed rooms await. You can relax on the sundeck overlooking the harbor or in the courtyard, stroll around town to shop and dine or head to the casino for some gaming action.
Caribbean Breeze is a lovely two-bedroom, two-bath condo rental located beachfront in the exclusive, gated community of Gentle Winds, a 55-acre tropically landscaped estate.
Nestled on the quaint streets of Christiansted, the Club Comanche Hotel St. Croix provides exceptional personal service in an authentic Caribbean setting. The antique West Indian appeal of the hotel is in part related to its rich past as a cornerstone in the history of downtown Christiansted.
At Company House Hotel you can stay in the heart of Christiansted in this newly renovated elegant boutique hotel that surrounds you in modern amenities and rich Caribbean history.
Cottages By The Sea is one of the oldest hotels on St. Croix. The small, quaint property is owned and operated by the founding family, The Benedicts. They offer their guests an authentic and genuine Caribbean escape, not only on a lovely stretch of beach, but with a rich history and a beautiful story as well.
The fully renovated Divi Carina Bay Resort boasts a fresh Caribbean chic vibe. Just steps from the beach, everything at “CB” has been upgraded and refreshed from rooms and suites to amenities and services, dining and menus, and activities and experiences.
Feather Leaf Inn is your Caribbean eco retreat where you can stay, play, celebrate, retreat or connect. Corina and Ryan invite you to experience their passion for sustainable, plant-based living, cooking, history and the island ecology.
The Fred is perhaps the hippest hotel on St. Croix. Named after King Frederik V of Denmark (also the namesake for the town of Frederiksted where the property is located), The Fred is an adult-only boutique resort, spa, restaurant, bar and a gift shop that’s both right in town and right on the beach.
Hotel on the Cay, located on a tropical 5-acre cay, has a long history dating back to the 17th century when pirates anchored their ships off the beach and where guests now sunbathe, swim and snorkel. The property is a combination hotel and timeshare on Protestant Cay, a 2-minute ferry ride from downtown Christiansted.
The Inn on Strand Street is located on historic Strand Street in Frederiksted, and overlooks the picturesque waterfront. Here you can enjoy beautiful, West End sunsets from your balcony. The inn hotel is located near shopping, dining and attractions.
The charming and intimate Kings Alley Hotel is located in historic downtown Christiansted just steps away from the harbor, fine dining, water sports, shopping and entertainment.
The Palms at Pelican Cove is relaxing beachfront resort at the ocean’s edge. It's perfect for a family vacation or couples getaway. Each of the 40 guest rooms has its own separate patio or balcony, complete with a sea breeze and view of the sea or garden. And the the Wednesday Caribbean Night and live Saturday live music are popular. So reservations are highly recommended.
Nestled among palms along a pristine stretch of sugar-white sandy beaches, you’ll find Sand Castle on the Beach. This gay-friendly boutique hotel may be one of St. Croix’s best-kept secrets.
Tamarind Reef Resort, Spa & Marina is situated along the sea’s edge amid lush tropical lawns and palm trees. Located on a stunning snorkeling beach, the 40-acre property is home to a seaside swimming pool, tennis courts, 154-slip marina and a luxurious spa.
Victoria House, built in the late 18th century, is a renovated historic boutique inn with nine units that include seven one-bedroom suites and two two-bedroom suites. Located in Frederiksted, you can enjoy amazing sunsets and the island’s laid-back vibe. There’s plenty within walking distance, including dining, shopping and beaches and some of the best diving and snorkeling just steps outside the inn.
Villa Dawn is on the north shore of St. Croix, one of the most beautiful areas of the island. This secluded and tropical 1.3-acre estate is home to a four-bedroom, three-bath vacation rental with views of the Caribbean Sea and sunsets. The villa is only steps from Cane Bay Beach and waterfront restaurants and bars.
No matter where you stay on St. Croix, you will be away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, ensconced in our welcoming paradise and Cruzan vibe during your visit.