Magens Point Resort is strategically located on a hillside half a mile from the beach, a mile from Mahogany Golf Course, and a short walk from town and the famous St. Tomas restaurants and duty-free shopping. The vantage from the hill provides stunning vistas, especially as the sun sets on the bay, and the resort itself is small enough to still be cozy but manages to have plenty of amenities like a bar and restaurant, spa, pool, and rock grotto hot tub.
Magens Point Resort can also be a good spot for vacationers hoping to relax after dinner. Whether it's the a game of chance or the local bar scene that interests you, this resort has you covered.
Located on the northeastern part of the island of St. Thomas, Magens Point Resort is a great choice for customers who are thinking about lodging on this beautiful island. It is 1.5 miles northeast of the center of Charlotte Amalie.
Magens Point Resort features 52 guestrooms that fall into three different categories. Regardless of the type of room, though, every guestroom has a private lanai, a bathroom, a kitchenette, tiled floors, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, cable television, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, two burner stove, a telephone, and a view of Magens Bay or the Mahogany Run Golf Course.
The studio suite, able to accommodate three guests but perfect for couples, has a queen bed, sleeper sofa, personal safe, balcony, and 360 square feet of space.
The one bedroom units can accommodate four guests between a queen bed and pull-out sofa bed.
The two bedroom units are able to accommodate six guests with a queen bed in each bedroom plus a sofa bed in the living room. Some of these 700 square foot units have the second bedroom in a loft area up a spiral staircase.
In terms of overall merit, we have rated this resort a rating of 3 stars.
Look below for the in-room amenities provided by Magens Point Resort.
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Magens Point Resort has a great variety of amenities on-site, the most notable of which center around the swimming pool. In addition to the freshwater swimming pool , there are plenty of loungers, tables and chairs to relax in next to the pool, as well as a poolside restaurant and bar and a rock grotto hot tub- yes, the type of psuedo-cave jacuzzi that eccentric millionaires tend to have. Additional amenities at the resort include a spa, two lighted tennis courts, a gift shop and convenience store, gaming room, wine bar, barbecue grills, concierge services, a laundry facility, Wi-Fi and community computer, and parking. The resort is also only half a mile from Magens Bay Beach, one mile from the Mahogany Golf Course, and located near plenty of great shops and restaurants.
The spa at Magens Point Resort provides an entirely unique spa experience. The spa offers conventional treatments like massages, facials, mud, aloe wraps, and scrubs, but it also offers treatments both profoundly progressive and traditional. Ayurvedic, aromatherapies, reflexology, and “thought field therapy” energy technology to relieve anxiety and tension are not your traditional treatments but work great for easing pain and stress, calming the mind, and boosting immunity. In stark contrast, the spa also offers an ancient treatment of the Navajo called “la stone,” a regimen of hot and cold lava stones to create an intense relaxation of body and mind.
On-site there is a casino, so find time to check it out when you are looking for a way to pass the time.
The following list gives this property's facilities and general amenities:
If you want to be certain the hotel has exactly what you expect, don't hesitate to call with questions just in case some of the amenities vary. To learn more about the types of activities and recreation opportunities that Magens Point Resort offers, click here.
The Rumbuzz restaurant and bar, conveniently located next to the pool, serves American food with Caribbean influences. Rumbuzz is also a great place to get a rum-buzz with a cocktail or have a glass of wine while lounging by the pool or watching the sunset on Magens Bay.
Besides on-site dining options, visitors hoping for further culinary diversity might also check out some of the area's other local dining choices. Those staying at Magens Point Resort will find a few solid places to eat within traveling distance. It's a good idea to know the area's restaurant options, even though Magens Point Resort has on-site dining, including Rumbuzz. To find out more about dining in this area, click here.
Magens Point Resort offers guest services, including the ones that are listed below, helping to take care of the little details during your time in this area.
This lodging option also has a nice set of business amenities, doubly great for professionals who tend to bring work along when visiting this destination.
You'll encounter many interesting sites and attractions in the vicinity of Magens Point Resort. Some nearby places of interest are Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Phantasea Tropical Botanical Garden, and Market Square. If you plan to catch a few rays, like most tourists who visit this area, you've no doubt made time for plenty of time at the beach. Magens Bay, one of the nearest, is just a quick distance off from the resort.
The resort is in the vicinity of Charlotte Amalie, a particularly enjoyable part of the island for sightseers to explore.
If you'd like to learn more about other destinations and attractions near Magens Point Resort, click here.
Location: 6200-a Magens Bay Road, St. Thomas 00802
Phone: (340) 777-6000
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