The Palms at Pelican Cove boasts 40 rooms situated in two architecturally stunning buildings approximately 50 yards from the ocean's edge. All rooms have double sink vanities, A/C, ceiling fans, in-room safes, free local calls, television, CD/clock radio, coffee makers and dormer refrigerators.
Activity centers around the "club house" where an open-centered mahogany bar overlooks the 80,000 gallon freshwater beach-side pool. Drinks can be sampled pool-side for those who like to lounge; Snorkeling Equipment can be borrowed and a guided snorkeling tour of Long Reef can be arranged for those who like to explore; The internet can be accessed through our wireless connection or in our internet room for those who like to stay connected; On site free intro to scuba instruction and also beachside or in-room massage can be scheduled; Christiansted shopping is close by; And many St. Croix adventures, including a nearby Buck Island Underwater National Park tour can be arranged at the front desk with the help of our friendly well informed staff;
Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner in our beachside pavilion or feast in our elegant mahogany dining room and find out why we are considered an award winning restaurant.
With its' breathtaking views and warm friendly ambiance the Palms was voted "The Best Hotel on St. Croix" in 2009. This resort is the ideal location for your destination wedding, honeymoon, reunion or special event of any kind. Business travelers will enjoy the 1,000 square foot, air conditioned meeting room.
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This lush tropical paradise sits on seven and a half acres of white sand beach and a wide variety of ornamentals and palms around the buildings. These include coconut palms, bougainvillea, hibiscus, frangipani and many other species of plants. This small boutique hotel offers swimming, sunning, snorkeling, scuba, tennis, beachcombing and the opportunity to do whatever the tradewinds dictate. It is the perfect spot for well-traveled people, who like the convenience of non-stop jet flights from the mainland or Puerto Rico, to enjoy a sophisticated environment and who want to join new and old friends for drinks on the patio.
When you've had too much sun, Christiansted has some interesting shops tucked here and there in the alleyways and courtyards of this historic city. When you've bought your fill of duty-free jewelry, perfume and liquor, take an hour to explore the city's history. Once the center
of a thriving 18th and early 19th-century economy based on sugar cane and slavery, this small city now serves as the center of the island's commerce.