Located in St. Thomas (Red Hook), Pavilions and Pools Villa Hotel by Antilles Resorts is minutes from Smith Bay Beach and Sapphire Beach. This villa is within close proximity of American Yacht Harbor and Coral World Ocean Park.
Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 16 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring private plunge pools. Rooms have private patios. Kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators/freezers, stovetops, and microwaves. Cable programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as wireless Internet access (surcharge) and concierge services. Additional features at this Beaux Arts villa include babysitting/childcare, wedding services, and tour/ticket assistance.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Pavilions and Pools Villa Hotel by Antilles Resorts. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include laundry facilities and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Loved the privacy and quiet. The unit had lots of windows, lots of light, and the ocean was just in sight over the trees. The unit was spacious with plenty of seating, well-equipped kitchen, comfy bed, and great open shower. The unit had everything we could want/need, but it was not the cleanest. The private pool was enticing, refreshing, and nice to have right outside the door, but not sure about water cleanliness/lack of chemicals. Easy 5 minute walk to beach, but not very scenic (a bit dumpy actually). Unable to walk anywhere else because of narrow roads and no sidewalks. Must take a cab everywhere due to nutty drivers and no sidewalks on very narrow roads. The Safari taxis are great ($1.00) but they only go one way. The taxi drivers do take advantage of you and most were shady. In general, we found the people on St Thomas not very friendly and open. They do not look at you nor offer anything. They may respond if you warm them up a bit, but it was tiring and it's easier just not to go back there... for the same $ I'll stick with Bermuda.
The TV was broken when we checked in (although they did fix it the next day), the front desk closes at 6 and you are pretty much on your own, there was a mouse trap under the cabinets in the kitchen, and the pool was not clorinated. Scuba gear is old and brittle. The staff is very friendly and the location is great. Was close to Sapphire Beach - beautiful! It was also near a more secluded beach area and was far from the bustle of the town which we liked. Overall, it was not a disappointing stay on St. Thomas but you definitely get what you pay for!
This hotel was very nice. The room was clean and beautiful.
The villa itself is super private and lovely. You really do have your own private house with a pool on the side of a mountain overlooking sapphire waters! It was just two of us, but the villa could have easily fit at least 5 people, without extra cots. The pool was cold (really cold), which was a bummer but a short walk down to the beach was even more beautiful and relaxing anyway. There is a full kitchen with stove, micro, and fridge. I am conflicted about this place, however- if we had known the ins and outs of the island before we stayed, we probably would have had the best time ever. But because we had no idea about the lack of infrastructure on the island and the 'find your own way' attitude of the locals, we were often stuck without food, water, or a ride. You can't walk to anywhere from the villa, the only road is a 2 lane highway cut out of the mountain with jeeps speeding and swerving by. You pretty much have to have a ride to do anything. The safari buses are only a dollar, but you have to just get off wherever they are going (you can't ask them to take you somewhere that's not on their route). So other than that, you're stuck with a cab. Which is at least $10 to get anywhere. --you can rent a car, but be prepared to drive on the opposite side of the road-- There is a nice TexMex cantina on site that we ate at almost every night. The waitress is very nice and the food is very fresh. Really, if the first day we had gotten there the front desk explained how to stay on the island, we would have been perfect. So, if you're looking for a completely stress and work-free visit to the island, stay at a resort where they take care of EVERYTHING including travel to most places. But if you want a completely private, make it on your own kind of vacay, certainly stay at Pavilions and Pools!
The private pool was great. Next to the shower, there was a screened-in ceiling with nice plants and rock bed below. A tiny lizard managed to slip through, but luckily saw himself out. The building was noticeably older. There was a kitchen and the decor was updated and very nice. The staff was excellent.