Spread across 30 acres of oceanfront, The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas offers a luxury resort experience amid breathtaking natural beauty.
Looking out over white sand, lush greenery and azure water, the hotel blends traditional architecture with modern comforts including four restaurants, a luxury spa, a private catamaran, indoor and outdoor event space, an infinity-edge pool and accommodations with balconies overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
Contemporary design with island-inspired touches, guest rooms and suites at this St. Thomas hotel offer spacious layouts and private terraces with ocean or resort views. Fifty-five Club Level accommodations include lounge access with exclusive culinary offerings and experiences.
Set against the backdrop of the Caribbean Sea, restaurants at this St. Thomas resort borrow from the land and sea both for their views and their ingredients. At Bleuwater, local seafood and prime cuts of meat are offered in a casually elegant setting.
Handcrafted Italian dishes are paired with fine wines at Essenza, featuring both indoor and al fresco dining. Casual fare is on the menu at the beachside Coconut Cove and Sails, while family BBQs and romantic dinners for two can be set up on the sand. At Zest, gourmet coffees, smoothies, frozen yogurt and snacks are ideal for crafting a beach picnic.
WELLNESS & SPA
The Caribbean offers abundant resources for a spa getaway. At The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas, the resort spa cozies up to the sea, and treatments are inspired by the beauty and bounty of the surroundings.
Signature treatments incorporate raw, organic ingredients, and a seaside cabana offers a private experience ideal for couples.
ST. THOMAS – U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
Most visitors arrive at the US Virgin Islands via St Thomas, and the place knows how to strike a first impression. Jungly cliffs poke high in the sky, red-hipped roofs blossom over the hills, and all around the turquoise, yacht-dotted sea laps. St Thomas is the most commercialized of the Virgins, with cruise-ship traffic and big resorts galore, but it’s also a fine island to sharpen your knife and fork, and kayak through mangrove lagoons.
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