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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for the U.S. Virgin Islands!
The green, mountainous U.S. Virgin Islands -- St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John -- are long-favored warm-weather magnets providing idyllic Caribbean experiences all wrapped in American flag convenience. Add to that wondrous views, clear turquoise waters and secluded white-sand beaches, plus national parks, tropical rain forests, exquisite dining and duty free shopping. For water sports fun, opportunities are equally plentiful for snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, kayaking. Horseback riding, mountain biking and golf are also bookable. Discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493, the Virgin Islands actually had been inhabited for 3,000 years, first by nomadic Ciboney Indians migrating from South America, followed by the peaceful Arawaks, paddling in via sail-driven canoes from Venezuela. Next came the Carib, with their cannibalistic ways, in turn done in by diseases borne by European explorers. At 82 square miles, St. Croix is the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, with two towns -- Christiansted and Frederiksted. Architectural quality and historic interest of the one-time Danish West Indies capital has made part of Christiansted (founded in 1734) a National Historic Site. Just off shore is Buck Island, one of the world's finest dive spots, which also has a snorkeling trail that even beginners can master. St. Thomas is home to Charlotte Amalie, capital of the United States Virgin Islands, and the most popular cruise port in the Caribbean. Named for a Danish queen, the city charms with white and pastel-colored houses perched on emerald hillsides. Shopping here is unsurpassed in the Caribbean. Two thirds of St. John forms a U.S. National Park, which has an information kiosk staffed by park volunteers. The trail to Rams Head on the northeast side constrasts with soft white sand beaches elsewhere on St. John. Cruz Bay is a center for dive shacks, grocery stores, and gift shops. All three islands have a range of accommodations and delightful dining opportunities.
We have organized our listings of U.S. Virgin Islands' local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater U.S. Virgin Islands area by selecting one of the links shown below.
Hotels in the capital city of Charlotte Amalie and the beaches of Magen's Bay, Coki Point, Lindbergh Bay, Morningstar Bay, Brewer's Bay, Hull Bay and Sapphire Beach.
Hotels on the smallest of the islands, east of St. Thomas, including the north shore beaches of Maho, Honeymoon, Hawksnest, Cinnamon and Trunk Bay, and the south shore beaches of Lameshur Bay, Drunk Bay and Salt Pond.
Hotels located on the Island of St. Croix, outside the two distinct towns.
·Frederiksted, St. Croix
Hotel options at the west end of the island, historically preserved nineteenth century Victorian architecture at the foot of Fort Frederik, and the surrounding beaches.
·Christiansted, St. Croix
Hotel options near old Fort Christianvaern and historically preserved streets lined with original Danish architecture and unusual shops, and the surrounding beaches.
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Area Facts: The U.S. Virgin Islands actually consist of 50 islands in all, from the larger St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas to the uninhabited rocks jutting out of the beautiful blue sea.
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