October 11, 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
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...
We paid almost 900$ for the 3 day stay and ended up having bites all over our body. The bed and the sheets were infested and this was informed to the management. The room service changed the sheets but no help, we ended up having large red bumps cause of bites from Neck to toe. I found atleast 4-5 large insects around the bed and bathroom area and few small roaches. Towels had dead insects stuck to them. Room service took forever when we asked for tooth paste. Their pool was not clean and had dead insects at the bottom of the pool. Room service left small hand towels instead bath towels and we had to request those to shower at night which again took 30 min. They have only 2 restaurants, now one cause other one's kitchen is closed and hardly any food options. People are not very courteous and I found no smiles, good morning or thank you. It's as if they are doing a favor serving you anything. Not a good experience for money spend.
ashapulikkal12 - New Delhi, India
Perfect spot if you want to get away from it all. it is NOT the spot for a working vacation because cell phone and internet are slow on this secluded north west side of the island.BUT the views are gorgeous. the hotel is tucked way in its own section of the north shore. very quiet and serene. HOWEVER they do move to a slower pace in all the islands, and St Croix is no exception. so don't expect McDonald's drive thru type of speed on your service, you just need to chill and decompress...I have been there 3 times and can't wait to go back again.
Frank B - Dallas, United States
This hotel has a little bit of everything. But if you're a diver, it has more than just about any other hotel on island. With their own dive shop, the inexperienced can have a chance to go out and scuba and the seasoned divers can see some amazing sites. The hotel offers good food and other entertainment as well. Friday nights have a great buffet with live entertainment at night. The hike to the tide pools, if the waves aren't too rough is well worth it. Plus the rooms and the grounds are pretty amazing.