If you love history, why not stay at one of St. Croix's beautiful historic properties? Modern hotel conveniences await you in stunning buildings dating back hundreds of years. Some historic accommodations are within walking distance of shopping, dining, local attractions, and beaches, others offer rooms overlooking the turquoise Caribbean Sea. Enjoy your stay on estates offering historic ruins, lush tropical gardens and breathtaking views!
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Host to ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ and One of the World’s Top 50 Tropical Resorts – Conde Nast Traveler! The historic Buccaneer boasts 138 exquisite accommodations in a luxury country club atmosphere. Located on 340 acres two miles from Christiansted, the property has three lovely beaches, a championship golf course, renowned tennis and watersports – combined they create a luxury playground for all ages. Family owned and operated since 1947, The Buccaneer is perfect for couples, families, and honeymooners. Your stay includes a complimentary full breakfast, complimentary children’s programs year round, complimentary snorkeling, kayaks, and floats. A shuttle is provided into » Read more about: The Buccaneer Hotel »
Let History, Romance, and Tranquility Envelope your Soul! The Rattan Inn & Tea Garden catches the Caribbean Sea breezes from all directions as you relax among magnificent historic ruins and acres of mature gardens and flowering trees. The rolling private estate offers 5 separate residences surrounding the great house which are available for a week, a month, or longer. Write a book, a song, or a poem in serene peace, bring your family together for a tranquil reunion, or immerse in a corporate retreat. Feel the history of St. Croix while touching artifacts discovered on the estate or exploring » Read more about: Rattan Inn & Tea Garden »
Situated on the northwest coast of St. Croix, Villa Mill Point lies adjacent to the historic Butler Bay Greathouse, circa 1720. Once considered one of the largest sugar cane plantations and rum distilleries in the Danish West Indies, today Villa Mill Point is a stunning nine acre property with a six bedroom home enveloping the remains of the sugar factory. Ancient Baobab trees, animal pens, cook house, and the restored manager’s cottage lie on the immaculately manicured grounds, illustrating a picture of life long ago. Just beyond the serenity of the property you will find the Caribbean Sea, the lush » Read more about: Villa Mill Point »