The Westin St. John Resort & Villas Review
600 family reviews
Families will love:
- Villas with full kitchens and living areas
- Children's program for ages 3 to 12
- Complimentary ferry to St. Thomas for shopping with a resort transfer
About The Westin St. John Resort & Villas
Picture a 47-acre property sprawled out on a Caribbean hillside that slopes down directly to its own beach. You do not need to imagine such a place: it exists at the Westin St. John. St. John, part of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is unique. Two-thirds of the island is protected as part of the Virgin Islands National Park. That means there's much more greenery on this island than vacation home development. You just have to venture out of funky Cruz Bay, the main town, to explore. On this island with no traffic lights, you will discover nearly deserted white-sand beaches and abundant snorkeling and dive sites.
When you have had your fill of Robinson Crusoe adventuring, come back to the civilized comforts of the Westin St. John, the most family-friendly of the island's two major resorts. The property features 175 hotel rooms as well as 146 villas offering studios to up to three bedrooms in units similar to condominiums that come with home-like conveniences of kitchens, washer/dryers, separate bedrooms and sitting areas. In addition, the resort features a daily children's program and lots of water sports.
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