Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the U.S. Virgin Islands area.
The islands of St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John comprise the U.S. Virgin Islands. Charlotte Amalie, on St. Thomas, is the capital of the islands, named after a Danish queen in the 1600s, and is the most populous and commercial of the three islands. Most of the shopping venues are on St. Thomas, as are the better restaurants, and commercially hosted opportunities for snorkeling, kayaking, swimming, sailing, diving, and windsurfing. Magen's Bay, on the north side of the island, furthest away from the capital city, was chosen by National Geographic as one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world. Only a twenty minute boat ride away from St. Thomas lies the island of St. John, the smallest, quietest and least developed of the U.S. Virgin Islands, most of it now protected by the National Park Service, which has provided picnic grounds and snack stands on Trunk Bay beach, also named one of the world's most beautiful beaches. South from these two islands, across an expanse of Caribbean Sea, lies St.
Croix, comprised of the old Danish colonial towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted, where much of the street layout and architecture has been preserved. Frederiksted is the more residential and quainter of the two, and Christiansted offers the more popular shopping venues. Both towns offer a variety of beach hotels with the usual open-air bars and rental umbrellas. The tropical rain forests in the rural areas between these towns is best seen on horseback. St. Croix is the most tropical and green of the three islands, but whatever your taste, you will find the perfect spot for your vacation retreat somewhere within the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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|·||St. Thomas||·||Christiansted, St. Croix|
|Lodging in the capital city of Charlotte Amalie, Sapphire Beach and along the beaches of Magen’s Bay, Coki Point, Lindbergh Bay, Morningstar Bay, Brewer’s Bay and Hull Bay.||Lodging options in old Fort Christianvaern, with its historically preserved streets lined with original Danish architecture and unusual shops, and on the surrounding beaches.|
|·||St. John||·||Frederiksted, St. Croix|
|Lodging on the smallest of the islands, east of St. Thomas, including the north shore beaches of Maho, Honeymoon, Hawksnest, Cinnamon and Trunk Bay, and the south shore beaches of Lameshur Bay, Drunk Bay and Salt Pond.||Lodging at the west end of the island, with its historically preserved nineteenth century Victorian architecture at the foot of Fort Frederik, and on the surrounding beaches.|
|Lodging located on the Island of St. Croix, outside the two distinct towns.|
Area Facts: The U.S. Virgin Islands actually consist of 50 islands in all, from the larger St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas to the uninhabited rocks jutting out of the beautiful blue sea.
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