The Sugar Apple Bed and Breakfast is a gem in the heart of Christiansted. This quaint garden hotel has just 12 guest rooms, in a charming West Indian style cluster of buildings rich with character and vibrancy. It has been lovingly renovated by proprietors Ryan and Corina (who also restored Frederiksted property Feather Leaf Inn). While it is conveniently located in town, within walking distance to restaurants, shops, historic landmarks, tours, and the boardwalk, it’s hidden courtyard offers a quiet oasis for its guests.
Before Sugar Apple B&B
Some may remember this property in operation as the Pink Fancy Hotel since 1948, and also as apartments, before taking the name Sugar Apple B&B. The old stone and coral structures on the property date back to 1780, and the location is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Introducing Sugar Apple B&B
The Sugar Apple Bed and Breakfast, reopened in 2019. The large courtyard that surrounds the rooms has a salt water swimming pool and a shady garden like feel. Guests can lounge around the pool and enjoy the quiet, Caribbean charm of this true historic gem.
Gated, private, and hidden in plain site, the Sugar Apple is less than 2 blocks to the seaplane, Christiansted boardwalk and nearby car rental agencies.
Beautiful Guest Rooms
Sugar Apple has just 12 guest rooms, each offering air conditioning, private kitchenettes, and smart TVs for a comfortable stay.
Right in the Heart of Christiansted
In addition to being just 2 blocks from the seaplane, the Christiansted boardwalk and nearby car rental agencies, Sugar Apple B&B is within walking distance of dozens of restaurants, bars, shops, art galleries, tour operators, and a casino. Or, catch the water taxi from the boardwalk for a two minute ride over to the beach on Protestant Cay.
Find more about the area in our Christiansted Guide.
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Jennie Ogden, Editor – Last Updated: August 2023