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St John Waterfront Apartment Rentals(4)

4 Results
  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 2
5 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
5 - 7 night minimum stay
$2,065 - $3,465
per week
7 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
7 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 4

Recent St John Reviews

Spacious and clean, on the quiet (best) side of the island.

5 of 5
This was our second trip to St. John and we knew we wanted to be on the east side of the island. It is quieter, has more secluded beaches, better snorkeling and the bays have more shelter from the waves typical of the north shore. We stayed in the larger Little Lagoon South and were very pleased. It was clean, very large with a fully furnished kitchen and large bathroom. The bedroom offered air conditioning at night which was great to at least initially chill down the room. The cable tv and wifi were very reliable and a nice perk. Ernest and Donna were great hosts - they gave us complete privacy but were available if we needed anything. One huge plus over many of the other places we had stayed or visited was the beach road location. It was pretty nice not to have to wind your way up or down a mountain driveway every time you wanted to head out - it was very easy to come home after a long day at the beach and not have to spin your tires up the mountain. We are big fans of the island, particularly the beaches both south and east of Coral Bay and this was a great location for getting to either - would definitely stay here again!
  • Submitted: Mar 20, 2014
  • Stayed: Mar 2014


5 of 5
I was half-tempted to title this review "Whatever you do, DON'T go to Bluebitch!" in a selfish effort to keep it more to myself! My wife and I traveled to Bluebitch St. John for our honeymoon (she found it here on The reviews were all very positive, the price was right, and the villa was available at the right time - the Universe was, I think, telling us to go to Bluebitch. The Universe has good taste. This review is posted in list form, in terms of what is "easy" to do and "hard" to do, at the Bluebitch Villa in particular and on St. John in general. At BB, it is EASY to feel at home. The villa is clean and bright, large and comfortable, and full of things that make it feel like a home. The kitchen has full-size appliances; the main living area has room to stretch out; the bedroom is large and has furniture and closets (so you don't live out of a suitcase). HARD to remember that it's not actually your house. While Ann and Albion live upstairs, it's not as if you are bumping into them all the time (although if you need something, it's easy to just shout!) The villa is very secluded and private, the grounds are lush and green, and the layout of the area is such that you will not see locals or guests from other lodgings. You really feel like you have your own private slice of paradise. EASY to spend the whole day at the Villa. Stock the fridge with goodies, brew some coffee or blend up some frozen drinks, and spend the day snorkeling at the private beach or reading on the balcony. HARD to keep track of the day and time. I suggest losing yourself in the rhythm of the waves. In St. John, it is EASY to get lost on your first day; the roads are somewhat haphazardly laid out, and of course it's your first day. So set aside a couple of hours and go exploring. HARD to get lost on your second day; the island isn't that big EASY to spend a fortune on food and drink; this is an island in the middle of the ocean and it's tough to get all the creature comforts there, so you pay for it HARD not to take advantage of happy hour to find ways to live on the cheap Thus I am hesitant to post this review, for fear that Bluebitch St John will be booked for years on end and I won't be able to go back! We can't thank Ann and Albion enough for their hospitality. Our honeymoon was worth every penny.
  • Submitted: Dec 15, 2013
  • Stayed: Nov 2013