Enjoying the local fare is crucial to having an authentic travel experience. Luckily, the Virgin Islands offers some rich and unique dining opportunities. There, chefs claim to be inspired by local culinary styles, as well as those from nearby islands.
The resorts and hotels listed below are the best places to stay if having plenty of food and drink options is important to you. Many of these top choices are known for their wonderful on-site restaurants, and some happen to be located within reach of several other places to eat.
Even if you intend to try many of the local restaurants, you may find yourself eating a lot of meals at your hotel. This could mean it's time to narrow your search to accommodations with the best and easiest dining options. Eating on-site is simple, convenient, and the food at most hotels is of excellent quality, which makes staying "in" for the night a deliciously enticing option.
The following properties were ranked based on their amenities and options, such as room service, snack bars, and their on-site full service restaurants.
|Property||Location||Snack Bar||Room Service|
|Miller Manor||Charlotte Amalie|
|Hotel 1829||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Bunker Hill Hotel||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Bellavista Bed and Breakfast||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Galleon House Bed & Breakfast||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|The Crystal Palace||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
Interested in one of the hotels you see? Just click its name to view articles that divulge every detail about the property — because even if great dining is your priority, there are many other on-site amenities to discover.
You might also want to consider the proximity of your hotel to local restaurants. No matter how much you may enjoy the food where you stay, you're also urged to consider the unique restaurants elsewhere in town, particularly if your vacation lasts more than a few days.
Listed below are properties chosen as top picks for their proximity to lots of neighborhood restaurants.
|Windward Passage Hotel||Downtown Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas|
|The Green Iguana Hotel||Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas|
|The Inn at Blackbeard's Castle||Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas|
|Inn at Tamarind Court||Downtown Cruz Bay, St. John|
|Garden by the Sea||Cruz Bay, St. John|
Bear in mind that many of the Virgin Islands' most popular restaurants are in hotels, so who knows? You may have a chance to expand your palette if you eat at the hotel down the street. By clicking the name of any hotel, you'll be able to view facts and photos about the property, in addition to the type of food found in the neighborhood.
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