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This beautiful private resort nesting in a cove around the corner from the Merriot Hotel is quiet, clean and ideally located to downtown shopping, restaurant dining and area trips and events. Excellent for couples seeking a more romantic get-away and the quieter Caribbean Island experience...More
I ended up being housed at Bluebeard's Beach Club during hurricane Irma. The staff was incredible at accommodating everyone, and making tourists feel as comfortable as possible. Although all the amenities were not accessible, due to the destruction of the hurricane, the staff made a...More
This was our second time to stay at BBBC. We are Wyndham owners and love staying at this quiet resort. This year some of our friends came down too. We stayed for 17 days and they stayed for 12 days. We grilled on the outdoor...More
The biggest "Plus" for Bluebeard is that it's off the beaten path, and pretty secluded. The small beach is clean, and uncrowded with serene currents.
The on site restaurant (Lanai) can provide some SERIOUSLY magnificent sunsets (Photo's soon to follow). The food, and drinks were...More
I hesitate to say how great this location rates! It's nice, now, that crowds aren't swarming! THE best resort beach on the island!! Accomodations are adequate, with stairs. If you want 5 star, go elsewhere- we don't want your snobbery anyway. There is a relatively...More
Response from Cheshrliz | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure Wyndham is giving answers yet, but I would definitely call them just to see. I have heard airlines are working with customers regarding no-fee changes since they will not be able to travel to STT. What Irma... More
I'm not sure Wyndham is giving answers yet, but I would definitely call them just to see. I have heard airlines are working with customers regarding no-fee changes since they will not be able to travel to STT. What Irma didn't destroy Maria flooded pretty much. The pool bar, store, and dive shop were all semi-okay after Irma, but after Maria the dive shop completely collapsed, and now the structural integrity of the pool & bar are in question. There was horrible flooding from Maria. The pictures I've seen so far show the beach practically gone. The water line goes all the way to the collapsed dive bar. Irma ruined Lanai, and there was going to be major repairs to structure and roofs of the check-in building too. I don't think they had even started that before Maria hit. My main question would be whether St Thomas as a whole is even ready for visitors too. Some areas are in complete devastation. Sorry to give such bad news.