Welcome to our amazing villa with its own private pool. We have just totally remodeled the villa. We live local and are available by phone, email, or text to answer any questions either before or during your stay.
Our eco friendly, ultra modern designer decorated villa has 36 feet of floor to ceiling sliders leading to your private 14x24 foot pool. Our villa is perfect for honeymoons, anniversaries or just a tropical getaway.
Our villa features a brand new luxury, sunken garden shower with porcelain marble, glass tile and a rain shower. The vanity has a granite counter.
For those that enjoy cooking we have a fully equiped kitchen with new stainless appliances (4 burner gas range, full size refrigerator and dishwasher), all small appliances, sparkly quartz counter, glass backsplash and great led lighting.
Your bedroom features a king bed with pillow top mattress separate split a/c and ceiling fan. You can even slip in your pool directly from the bedroom.
The living room features a modern, comfortable sleep sofa and flat screen tv with cable including HBO, and complimentary bar.
- cable tv with movie channels
- all linens, towels and beach towels
- use of beach chairs at Sapphire Beach with my private code. Available 7am- 5 pm. My favorite spot is under the Seagrape trees.
- free on site parking
Your villa is in walking distance to 2 of the best white sand beaches on St. Thomas- Sapphire and Smith Bay Park. Sapphire boasts the best down island views on the island and has gorgeous aquamarine water with fantastic snorkeling. You can view tropical fish, corals, turtles, stingrays and eagle rays. Day sails and wave runners are available at the Sapphire Marina.
You Villa is only a mile from Redhook. This area has a wide range of the best shopping, bars, restaurants and a great grocery and deli. The ferry to St. John and the BVI also departs from Redhook.
The island of St. Thomas offers the perfect combination of great beaches, nature, history and duty free shopping. Visit historic downtown Charlotte Amalie to shop in restored 17th century restored warehouses, stop by Fort Christian built in 1672, and climb the 99 steps to Blackbeards Castle.