December 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort & Spa in Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands
The Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort & Spa seduces guests with its ivory sands and luscious, reef-filled waters. Its luxuriously casual spirit embodies the essence of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, making it the perfect base from which to explore the island's relaxing blend of tourist attractions and natural beauty. When you're not lounging in your spacious room with its own screened patio, you can kayak past mangrove trees and ancient Indian burial grounds at the Salt River National Park, located right on the property, or climb magnificent nearby mountains.
The resort concierge will be happy to guide you to the island adventure of your dreams, whether that is exploring the well-marked underwater trail that meanders through coral grottoes or embarking on a lively day trip to nearby St. Thomas. Play a game of tennis on one of four courts or book a tee time at the Carambola Golf Club, recipient of Golf Magazine's prestigious Gold Medal award, with course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The resort's three restaurants offer exceptional regional and Continental cuisine, and from fishing trips and parasailing to island music and gambling at The Casino, Carambola and St. Croix unite to offer serenity and escape from the pressures of daily life.
Location of Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort & Spa
Nearest Airport: STX
Reviews for Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort & Spa
My wife and I went here for our honeymoon. It was amazing, we loved the food, exploring the area and the local attractions "scuba diving". The staff was amazing and our room was really nice, a bit dark though. I have recommended them to friends and family many times! Make sure you take the high to the tide pools and check out the local eats too. We always had breakfast there, it was always great and then sometimes we would leave the resort to explore the local attractions.
matthewdanjou - Nashua, New Hampshire
Sure it's beat up thanks to Irma and Maria, but the staff have been amazing. We (responders) are so thankful for what they've been able to provide and support us with as we try to return the favor and support USVI's return. I've heard there's been a few disrespectful visitors to the hotel and I'm sorry for that. They've already begun repairing the hotel and property. I'm sure it will be as amazing, if not better than before. The rooms were mostly unaffected. The main lobby areas took a beating. Groundskeeping is doing a great job keeping up with the debris and flora on the property. It's really a great place to stay and please consider staying here when they are fully repaired and operational. Personal Note - Your associate Adam L. was amazing and super kind to me when checking in late one night as yet another responder being housed there. Again, I'm so thankful for all the hotel and staff has done for us. Sorry for the bad apples.
Six of us girls planned this for over a year. Five of us traveled the Labor Day weekend, Friday to Tuesday. Lucky for us our tickets got us off the island the day they were evacuating the hotels in preparation for Irma! I love St. Croix! It reminded me of how Jamaica was many, many years ago. From our first experience coming off the airplane onto the outside tarmac, to experiencing the quaint little airport and the free Crucan rum tastings! Like real island life you would see on TV! The island is only 20 something miles long and a few miles wide so you can drive around the island in very little time. Strangest thing to me was that a lot of the natives spoke Spanish, folks who came and settled there after leaving their small island of Vieques. We stayed at the Renaissance Carambola Resort. The five of us shared two rooms next door to each other. The suites were amazing and beautifully furnished with a relaxing screened porch, and we were lucky to have rooms with ocean views. The property is huge. Golf carts took us nightly back to our rooms to save us the long, dark walk. Earl was our favorite! He waited for us every night to take us to our rooms and joined in with our singing. We love Earl! I think he looked forward to spending time with the crazy five ladies from South Florida. LOL I don't like focusing on the negative especially when there was so many positives but none-the-less... Our bath towels the first night were crazy small!!!! And our first walk to the dining room for the famous Friday night buffet was like the blind leading the blind...literally! We could barely see and none of us knew where we were going. After a few minutes we heard music and just followed it until we say lights! Before we went back to our rooms we asked for more and additional linen and pillows for the pull out sofa bed and we got the delivery pretty fast considering the time of night and the distance from the room to wherever their housekeeping staff was. Our room was hot the first night...air conditioning wasn't working and there was no door to the bathroom. Our request for another room was met with resistance because of the impending hurricane, not that there wasn't any vacant rooms. Thank goodness one of the girls in our group is from the island so she made sure we were moved the next morning into a room right in the same building, next door to our party which was great. There are three rooms upstairs each building and I'm assuming three suites downstairs as well. The breakfast menu is priced outrageously. Cup of coffee was $4 when you can get free coffee in the lobby. Two boiled eggs with toast and coffee was $18, the same price as an omelette with bacon and home fries and toast and coffee or two fried eggs with bacon, home fries and coffee. When I asked about it, our server shrugged her shoulders and said she would speak to the manager. I don't mind paying resort prices but there should be some logic. We decided to have our meals outside of the hotel since we rented a car and our friend knew the island and where we should go. We took a boat to Buck Island which is a MUST!! It is so beautiful and the ocean the prettiest blue. The waters on the side of the island was easier to maneuver for those in our group who could not swim. It was quiet and not a person in sight! There are no lifeguards at the beaches and the ocean was pretty rough so I did not attempt to go in. But overall, my visit to St, Croix was wonderful and I would love to go back with the husband. The driving was better than I expected even though we drove on the opposite side of the street. The streets were easy to maneuver pretty empty. Unfortunately, there is not a lot of industry there to keep the young folks gainfully employed so they come to the mainland looking for jobs.
Judith C - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
I stayed at the Renaissance Carambola in mid August. Lucky me, I had to go back again for another week in September!! The hotel is an all-suite hotel and the rooms are very large, nice and clean. They have a large, comfortable master bedroom with flat screen TV, a sitting area with a couch, coffee table, computer table and another flat screen TV. It also has a kitchenette with a refrigerator, sink, granite countertops, microwave and cooktop. The bathroom is spacious with 2 sinks and granite countertops. It's like having your own condo on the beach. The property is beautiful and well managed. The manager is always making sure the guests are well taken care of. The staff is very friendly. Katherina and Jarvis were always there to make great drinks for me at the outside lounge (Flamboyant Lounge). The food at the outdoor lounge is great for lunch or dinner. Inside in their restaurant, they have a huge breakfast buffet and omelet station - EVERY DAY, but you can order breakfast off the menu too. I had several really good dinners there - one was a seared tuna steak, which was one of the best I have ever had. Another night I had a panko encrusted grouper that was fabulous! On Friday nights they have the Pirate's Buffet which has a large offering of various delicious food - some local favorites, carving station and a lot of good fresh seafood. After dinner there is a show with some Caribbean music and local cultural dancing. The views are fabulous - Caribbean Sea and mountains. (did you know St. Croix is one of the few islands that is completely surrounded by the Caribbean Sea? Most other islands are bordered by Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean). I liked the Renaissance Carambola so much I will be going back soon. On each of my 2 recent trips, there was a wedding. The property is spacious and has room for beach weddings and facilities for a reception. Thanks Philip, Katrina, Jarvis and the rest of the crew!!. See you again soon!
kayk984 - melbourne, United States
We were scheduled to stay on the resort the week that hurricane Irma was going to hit St. Croix. We stayed 2 days and were told to leave the property and seek our own shelter. No assistance from management on moving us to a safer property or trying to set us up at another hotel. We were told that we needed to check with the government on where the shelters were located. We then had to jump in our car and ride around trying to find other hotels that would take us. We not only found other hotels but those hotels assisted in trying to get us off the island for several hours (THE BUCCANEER). When they were unable to get us transportation they provided us with rooms, shelter during the hurricane and reduced rates for the rest of our stay that included all meals. I would tell you the resort, the beach, the pool, the restaurants and the hourly staff are all top notch. BUT WITH THE PRESENT MANAGEMENT OR OWNERSHIP NOT CARING FOR CUSTOMERS AND ASSISTING THEM, THE RESORT WILL GO DOWN HILL FAST. Proof of this is in how they handled this situation and the poor shape the golf course is in already...