The views from this villa are breathtaking 24 hours a day. The sunsets are often spectacular and shortly thereafter all the night lights of St. Thomas come on, creating a captivating view that lasts all night. Daybreak is also a special time as you can watch the early morning boats come into and leave from the Westin Resort just below.
During the day the view is tranquil and captivating as the sail and power boats pass by, and an occasional cruise ship can be seen slipping along en route to St. Thomas. It would be hard to find a more picturesque view from any kitchen than the daytime view of the sea below from this villa.
"Paradise Revisited" is designed to "bring the outside in" with open-air, screened-in areas for the kitchen, dining room and lounges. The tradewinds can provide a gentle, refreshing breeze that runs right through the villa common areas.
Each of the four bedrooms is air conditioned and each has its own bathroom and its own private deck area. There is a separate deck with two hammocks that guests can use for taking an afternoon nap or just relaxing and admiring the tropical vegitation.
Chocolate Hole is one of the best locations on St. John. It is a relatively quiet and peacefull area, yet only a short ride to the Starfish grocery store and retail shops. The drive to Cruz Bay town takes only a few minutes, and that is were you will find excellent shopping, restaurants and other night time activities.
Keywords: Open air dining and lounge areas with air conditioned bedrooms
I first visited St. John about thirty years ago which made a lasting impression on me. I felt then, and still believe, that St. John is perhaps the most beautiful island in the Caribbean. When in St. John my daughter loves to go horseback riding in Coral Bay while my son likes the snorkeling best. My kids are in third grade. We often go down over their summer break and take a classmate buddy or two and their families with us. The kids all love to play in the pool for hours on end in the afternoon after a day at the beach.
St. John is a special place in that roughly 2/3 of the island is a National Park. The shops are upscale by island standards and St. John has many excfellent restraurants. The beaches all along the north shore are wonderfull.