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U.S. Virgin Islands Emphasizes Small Hotels with Program
The U.S. Virgin Islands’ new Inntimate Treasures promotes small hotels of St. Croix, St. John and St. Thomas. The package includes $50 in attractions and activity coupons, and a $50 dining certificate along with an eco-friendly, USVI-branded gift bag that includes a bottle of Cruzan Rum, and a USVI-branded T-shirt.
The Inntimate Treasures package is valid for bookings made from June 1 through October 15 for travel between June 15 and October 31 and is based on a four-night minimum stay.
Visitors, says the USVI, may not be aware of the benefits to staying in a smaller hotel, which may include the ability to build a relationship with a small hotel owner; local insights into “off the beaten path” activity and sightseeing recommendations; “home-cooked” meals; personalized service; and intimate experience.
Hotels participating in the Inntimate Treasures promotion include Coconut Coast Villas, Estate Concordia Preserve and Harmony Studios on St. John; Arawak Bay: The Inn at Salt River, Carrington’s Inn, Club St. Croix and Colony Cove (Antilles Resorts), Company House Hotel, Frederiksted Hotel, Hibiscus Beach Resort, Holger Danske Hotel, Hotel Caravelle, Hotel on the Cay, King Christian Hotel, The Palms at Pelican Cove, Sand Castle on the Beach, Tamarind Reef Hotel and Villa Greenleaf on St. Croix; At Home in the Tropics Bed & Breakfast, Galleon House, The Green Iguana, The Inn at Villa Olga, Miller Manor Hotel & Guesthouse, Pavilions and Pools (Antilles Resorts), Pineapple Village Villas, Sapphire Village, Crystal Cove and Watergate on St. Thomas and Virgin Islands Campgrounds on Water Island.
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