U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism

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Hotels15
Convention Center
Guest Rooms2,276
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel
Special Event Venues
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Tax Rate12.5%

Why Choose Our Destination?

Combining the beauty of the Caribbean and the business conveniences of the United States, the options for designing your ideal MEETING AND INCENTIVE in the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) are endless. Whether for a group of 8 or 800, we’ll make it an experience your attendees will always remember. Exceptional accommodations, world-class facilities, NO PASSPORT FOR U.S. CITIZENS and experienced DMCs to assist with every detail are just some of the advantages of choosing the USVI for YOUR NEXT EVENT. Each of our three major islands - ST. CROIX, ST. JOHN and ST. THOMAS - has a unique character and offers a variety of settings to accommodate your MEETING AND INCENTIVES needs. When was the last time your EVENT included a sunset cruise or an elegant meal served in an 18th century farmhouse? The USVI has spectacular sites where attendees can enjoy champagne by the pool while looking over a breathtaking bay. You’ll also find championship golf courses, top-rated beaches and stunning turquoise waters with unparalleled diving and record-breaking sport fishing. Plus, we offer eco-adventures as well so your group can discover an exciting getaway in an unspoiled environment.

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Distance from Airport

  • Cyril E. King Airport, St. Thomas

    1.61 km from City Center

  • Henry E. Rohlsen Airport, St. Croix

    1.61 km from City Center

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Local Attractions

Mahogany Run Golf Course, St. Thomas

Recreation
Par 70, 6,022 yards in length. Encompasses 110 acres on the scenic North shore of St. Thomas. World renowned "The Devil's Triangle" holes 13, 14 & 15. Air-conditioned banquet space available that can accommodate 15 to 150 people.
One Mahogany Run North St.
St. Thomas, VI, VI 00802

Buck Island National Park, St. Croix

Park
One of only three underwater national monuments in the United States, Buck Island and its surrounding coral reef ecosystem support a large variety of native flora and fauna, including the hawksbill turtle and brown pelican. Underwater trails make Buck Island a popular destination for snorkelers and a must-do for every visitor. A number of tour companies operate excursions to Buck Island provide half-day and full day excursions.

Fort Christiansvaern and Fort Frederik, St. Croix

Historical Landmark
Completed in 1749, and later expanded in the 1830s, Fort Christiansvaern protected the town from pirates and other invaders. It once also served as a police station and courthouse. It was designated a National Historic Site in 1952 and now displays 1830s furnishings and an exhibit on local military history. Construction on Fort Frederik began in 1752 and was completed in 1760. A recent project restored the fort's courtyard, stables and the old garrison and soldier’s canteen. Today the fort houses a museum and art gallery.

St. Croix Landmark Society, St. Croix

Historical Landmark
Estate Whim Plantation Museum: The site consists of 12 acres of spacious grounds with an 18th-century great house restored and furnished magnificently. The windmill and sugar factory ruins are amongst the most extensive on the island. The grounds are graced with tropical flowers, plants and trees. The great house makes an exquisite setting or backdrop for what will surely be a most memorable occasion.
52 Estate Whim
Frederiksted, VI, VI 00840

Fort Christian, St. Thomas

Historical Landmark
Constructed in 1680, Fort Christian was built to defend the Danish settlement. This National Historic Landmark is the oldest building in continuous use on St. Thomas and also served as the governor’s residence, a place of worship, a police station and now a museum.

St. George Village Botanical Garden, St. Croix

Park
Located on a sixteen-acre site on the ruins of a 19th-century Danish sugar cane plantation and Amerindian settlement, the St. George Village Botanical Garden of St. Croix features more than 1500 native and exotic species. Dedicated to conservation and preservation of both the historical and living collections on its grounds, the garden is a unique spot to take in the natural beauty of St. Croix. The Botanical Garden can accommodate up to 250 people. The Great Hall has surrounding galleries and a full-size kitchen with refrigerators and freezers. Handicapped-accessible restrooms on site. The Pavilion leads out onto a large open-air courtyard; it has limited kitchen facilities.

Estate Whim Museum, St. Croix

Museum
History comes alive as you walk among the original early 18th century plantation buildings on the 12 acres of Whim Museum. Whim is the oldest sugar plantation museum in the Virgin Islands. The greathouse, fully restored windmill and sugar factory ruins are open for you to explore

Cruzan Rum Distillery, St. Croix

Historical Landmark
The production of rum has been a part of St. Croix history since colonial times. Today, it continues to thrive at the Cruzan Rum Factory. Tour the facilities, including the Great House and old sugar mill, and taste why Cruzan Rum is one of the world’s most honored rums.

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ST. CROIX Home to the easternmost point of the United States, St. Croix offers diverse attractions, ranging from pristine beaches to captivating historical sites. The historic towns of Frederiksted and Christiansted offer quaint shops, charming pastel buildings and cultural diversity. From horseback riding near 18th century sugar mills to playing golf on one of the island's three scenic golf courses and diving off a wall, guests are sure to find something to suit their tastes. Meeting Accommodations: -Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort & Casino (Casino) -Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort and Spa (Golf) -The Buccaneer Hotel (Golf) -The Palms at Pelican Cove -Hotel Caravelle (Casino) Venues: -Estate Whim Museum -Lawaetz Museum -St. George Village Botanical Garden ST. THOMAS Downtown Charlotte Amalie offers elegant dining, exciting nightlife, duty-free shopping and even submarine rides. Explore intriguing places like Fort Christian, Emancipation Garden, Estate St. Peter Great House and Botanical Gardens. Other spots such as Magens Bay, consistently voted one of the Top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world, or Red Hook are great places for your clients to meet informally. Meeting Accommodations: -The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas -Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort -Emerald Beach Resort -Sugar Bay Resort & Spa -Bolongo Bay Beach Resort -Palms Court Harborview -Windward Passage Venues: -”World Famous” Mountain Top -Coral World Ocean Park -Mahogany Run Golf Course -Paradise Point -St. Peter Great House and Botanical Gardens -Villa Botanica at Plantation Crown and Hawk Botanical Gardens -Yacht Haven Grande ST. JOHN Two-thirds of St. John is a national park. Its comfortable pace is perfect for enjoying the island's world-renowned beaches such as Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay and Salt Pond Bay. Cruz Bay is the center of activity on St. John. Lively cafes and superb restaurants can easily host group activities. There are trail excursions where hikers can discover natural habitats, plantation ruins and well-preserved petroglyphs. Meeting Accommodations: -Caneel Bay Resort -The Westin St. John Resort & Villas Venues: -Award-winning beaches and a national park covering two-thirds of the island