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Rental unit in Christiansted
Blackbeard's Rendezvous - Downtown Danish Villa
High ceilings and lots of air and light…. This beautifully restored one bedroom villa is a lovely Historic Danish Villa with courtyard and BBQ area, conveniently located in downtown Christiansted, just 2 blocks from the boardwalk and a block from the Christiansted Fort park. This is a large, 2nd floor, open concept, loft-like apartment with high ceilings and a huge open kitchen/dining/ living room area. Well appointed for everything you may need to make this an island home away from your own.
$90 per night
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Guest suite in Christiansted
Backyard Breezes
Welcome to our island, to our home, and to your home away from home where we would love to host you on your first (or next) visit to St. Croix. Stay on this island of boundless cultural experiences and from dawn to dusk you’ll experience the most amazing sunrises and sunsets reflected on the flamboyant or palm trees at “Backyard Breezes.” Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood, this clean, bright, airy 1 BD/1B near the main town has everything you will need for a comfortable and relaxing stay.
$70 per night
Condo in Christiansted
NEW: Luxury Beachfront Condo with Pool and Hot Tub
This is your view, everything is brand new with luxury finishes at great low rates! You are steps from our beach, pool and hot tub. Brand new kitchen with high end cabinets, quartz counters and new appliances. You get a gorgeous bathroom, an amazing bedroom with a new bed, a 55" TV with 50 DVDs and naturally the amazing view is the best part! Centrally located to enjoy Buck Island, Hotel on the Cay, Cane Bay beach and Rainbow beach, plus restaurants, and more. I promise you will love it!
$122 per night
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Guest suite in Christiansted
Sleek Mid-Island Guest Suite in Quiet Neighborhood
$60 per night
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Condo in Christiansted
Modern 1 Bedroom 0.7 Miles to Christiansted Board
$85 per night
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Bungalow in Christiansted
Sailor's Rest, a Romantic and Luxurious Sanctuary
$234 per night
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Rental unit in Christiansted
A Rooster’s Perch - A Quaint Island Homestead
$93 per night
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Condo in Christiansted
The Sweet Lime Oasis, A Danish West Indies Suite
$112 per night
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Rental unit in Anna's Hope Village
Rest AND Relax-C
$98 per night
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Hotel room in Frederiksted
Heart of Frederiksted
$112 per night
Hotel room in Frederiksted
Economy room DOWNTOWN FREDERIKSTED
$121 per night
Private room in Frederiksted
❤BREAKFAST❤7min→Airport❤Queen❤A/C❤Kitchen❤Parking❤
$55 per night
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Home in Christiansted
The Honeymoon Cottage - No Cleaning Fee!
$350 per night
Condo in Christiansted
Condo II w/ AC, Pool & Views. FREE Gym Access
$82 per night
Serviced apartment in Christiansted
Residence on the Cay
$142 per night

Your guide to St. Croix

Welcome to St. Croix

You can visit multiple environs on St. Croix, the largest of the Virgin Islands. Yes, you’ll find beaches here: big sandy ones with bright blue water, waving palms, and fringes of verdant vegetation. But there are also plains, a misty rainforest, and mountains, the most impressive of which is rugged Mount Eagle, which tempts ambitious hikers to climb its steep slopes into a tropical forest. But most visitors come here to go beneath the surface. The warm, calm water surrounding St. Croix hides coral reefs and shipwrecks for snorkelers and divers to eagerly explore.

There is still plenty to do on land, though. The island boasts two bustling cities, Frederiksted — noted for its preserved Victorian-era architecture — on the western end and Christiansted on the northeast side. The island’s complicated history — it was mostly ruled by the Danish before becoming a territory of the United States — is on display in the form of forts that dot the island. St. Croix is also known for its rum distilleries. You can tour both, for a glimpse at the island’s past as well as its present.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in St. Croix?

St. Croix’s tropical weather is inviting year round. Warm, sunny days are the norm. The Caribbean hurricane season runs from June through November, and while you are unlikely to encounter large storms, it’s worth keeping tabs on the weather forecast. One of the island’s largest festivals, the Crucian Christmas Festival, celebrates the holiday throughout December and the first week of January with parades, music, and other cultural events. In February the Agriculture and Food Fair celebrates local cuisine and arts and crafts at outdoor booths.


What are the top things to do in St. Croix?

Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve

This beautiful, undeveloped swath of land is one of the island’s marquee spots for exploring ocean wildlife. The gentle waters are a favored snorkeling and diving spot, where tropical fish and seahorses frolic among the reefs offshore. At night, the place takes on a magical atmosphere as the bioluminescent bay comes to life with microorganisms that emit light.

Christiansted National Historic Site

Explore St. Croix’s past as a European colony at this park that preserves 18th-century buildings constructed by the Danish, including a circa-1738 fort, warehouses, and a custom house built of canary-yellow bricks, stone rubble, and blocks of coral. Exhibits explore many facets of the island’s past, including the lives of the Indigenous people, who arrived on the island by canoe more than 2,000 years ago.

Point Udall

Located at the eastern tip of the island, Point Udall offers excellent views of the azure ocean. But it’s not just a nice lookout — it’s the easternmost point of the United States. Its significance was memorialized by a massive sundial called the Millennium Monument in 2000 to mark the first U.S. sunrise of that year.