Caribbean Tourism

Accommodation

There is an 18% tax on all forms of accommodation in the US Virgin Islands. Hotels may also charge a US$1 per night Hotel Association charge and/or a 2½-3% energy tax.


High season is mid-December to mid-April, but higher prices are sometimes into May despite lower hotel occupancy.


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Accommodation – St Croix

Best resorts LL Buccaneer, PO Box 25200, on Gallows Bay, north coast, T7732100, F7788215, www.thebuccaneer.com 132 luxury rooms, 340 acres...

Accommodation - St John

LL Caneel Bay Resort, PO Box 720, T7766111, F6938280, www.caneelbay.com Lots of packages available in a variety of rooms or cottages, 166-...

Accommodation - St Thomas

There are many hotels, guest houses, apartments, villas and cottages on St Thomas, the cheaper places to stay are in town or up in the...

Charlotte Amalie

The harbour at Charlotte Amalie capital of St Thomas and also of the entire USVI, still bustles with colour and excitement, although the...

Christiansted

The old town square and waterfront area of Christiansted, the old Danish capital, still retain the colourful character of the early days....

St John

St John is covered with steep hills and is hot. The roads are steep and rocky and require four-wheel drive to get to many places. A drive...

Introduction

The three principal islands in the U.S. Virgin Islands are St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas. St. Croix is the largest and lies 45 miles...