All-Inclusive Stay on St. Thomas from CheapCaribbean.com
Frommer’s says, “St. Thomas is for those who want action.” There’s no shortage of activities on this US Virgin Island, from shopping in the port city of Charlotte Amalie to bar-crawling in Frenchtown and lounging on the beach at Secret Harbour. You can do it all—or simply relax—on this five-day, four-night all-inclusive trip to St. Thomas from CheapCaribbean.com. This getaway includes accommodations in a Bay View Room at the Sugar Bay Resort and Spa, all meals and beverages, $50 spa credit, free use of snorkel, kayak, and catamaran equipment, one free scuba lesson, and a half-day at the Kids Klub (reservations required).
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Located in St. Thomas’s northeast corner, Sugar Bay Resort and Spa sits directly along the ocean. Air-conditioned Bay View Rooms come with a balcony or patio looking out to Water Bay. These spacious rooms come with Balinese-style furnishings, a dinette, and private bathroom. Included with this getaway is a $50 credit at the onsite spa, Journeys, where you can get a massage, a body wrap, a facial, or another relaxing treatment.
The all-inclusive meal plan means you can dig into breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, as well as enjoy unlimited house-brand cocktails, domestic beer, wine, and nonalcoholic beverages. Join a free scuba lesson or borrow snorkeling gear to explore the Caribbean’s colorful depths your own. You’ll also have access to the resort’s three pools and poolside jacuzzi.
It’s safe to say the secret is out about Magens Bay, as it’s been frequently lauded as St. Thomas’s best beach by Frommer’s and TripAdvisor. Just because you have to share the beach doesn’t make it any less gorgeous—there’s a mile of white sand to lay on, and you can browse a 6-acre arboretum or swim in the Caribbean’s calm, turquoise water.
At the center of the isle is Drake’s Seat, a lookout point where 16th-century British explorer Sir Francis Drake supposedly positioned himself to spy on enemy Spanish ships. Today, a bench commemorates the spot, where you can sit back, admire the panoramic views, and ignore any incoming galleons.
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