Travel Agent Tours St. Croix Hotels

ST. CROIX, U.S Virgin IslandsTravel Agent recently returned from our coverage of the 16th Annual U.S. Virgin Islands Destination Symposium, where we went spent a hectic day inspecting just about every hotel the island had to offer. Throughout the week, we will be telling you about each property we saw and which one we thought was hands down the best.

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Tour of The Palms at Pelican Cove, St. Croix

Our first stop on a tour of St. Croix hotels landed us at The Palms at Pelican Cove. Like most of St. Croix’s resorts, this property is very small and perfect for both couples and families, although we’d say couples should probably be your main targets. We saw room No. 25, one of 17 of the property’s rooms that were recently renovated. It was small but it gets the job done. It was a Beach Front Double Room.

The view was great, the television was new and the bathroom was recently made over. The colors of the room, again like most of St. Croix’s properties, were bright. Perhaps one of the nicest features of this room, or any room at The Palms at Pelican Cove, was that it comes with a free bottle of rum. Agents should contact Jill Dedinsky, executive assistant, at 340-718-8920 or [email protected].

Visit www.palmspelicancove.com.

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