Northside House Rental Photos and Description
Bedrooms 5, Bathrooms 6, Sleeps 13
Villa Banana is a bold departure from Caribbean style, this dramatic five-bedroom villa perfectly perched on the edge of a cliff looking down onto sea vistas and distant islands with the sounds of breaking surf below The property is minimalist, with formed grey concrete and sets a standard of design on St. Thomas with its modern style. Banana trees and a tropical garden alongside a staircase greets you to Banana's six pavilions, arranged along the cliff line. The villa's main level centers the Terrace. The Great Room open and airy features a large, flat-screen cable TV, with comfortable sofas and a dining area with a breathtaking view of neighboring Islands. You will enjoy the Indoor and outdoor kitchen areas for alfresco dining and gathering. Everything is linked together by a covered walkway punctuated by courtyards, terraces and verandahs. At one end of Banana's grounds are three air-conditioned king bedroom/bath suites. Two of these suites occupy a two-story pavilion next to the living and dining areas, and the third king suite is at the mezzanine level adjacent to that pavilion. At the opposite end of Banana's grounds are two more air-conditioned king bedroom, bath suites, each in its own private pavilion Just below is the dramatic pool with spectacular views of the islands, while overlooking the waves and enjoying the sight of the pelicans diving in full view.
This spectacular villa vacation will be one that will be remembered for a lifetime.
Children ages 8 and over ONLY are allowed at the villa. A liability waiver is required for all children age 8-12.
Note: $100 per night is added per person for the 11th - 13th guests.
Nowhere else in the Caribbean offers such a good vacation value as the US Virgins. Secluded beaches, national parks, duty-free shopping, kayaking, hiking, ecological tours, world-class SCUBA diving, sailing, sun bathing, fine dining and nightlife are some of the magical things you can do on your St. Thomas vacation. To get around, there are open-air cabs, also known as the "safaris". It costs one dollar and is the cheapest way to navigate the island. There are set routes that they follow. One passes by every drop-off location about every 5–10 minutes. Passenger and car ferry services to neighboring islands such as Water Island, St. John, St. Croix, and the British Virgin Islands run regularly out of the Red Hook Terminal, Charlotte Amalie, and Crown Bay Marina.