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Why Stay At The Buccaneer
This historic St. Croix resort with stunning views sits atop three white-sand beaches, drawing sun worshippers who come for the golfing, spa treatments, dining, and shopping.
Easterly trade winds and a breathtaking locale on three beaches have made The Buccaneer a luxury getaway destination for the rich and famous since 1948. The resort's 340 tropical acres are situated on the eastern end of St. Croix, just a five-minute drive from the historic town of Christiansted. The Buccaneer, however, seems miles away from humanity, especially when lounging on Mermaid Beach, Grotto Beach, and Whistle Beach. Some of the 113 rooms and 25 suites sit inside The Great House, which has been dubbed the "pink" building (where Alexander Hamilton lived as a child), while other buildings are located closer to the shore. Rooms are decorated in a no-fuss island style with nautical British touches like maple-wood four-poster beds, plantation shades, cane chairs, and colorful fabrics. The resort also has a Bob Joyce-designed, 18-hole golf course, eight tennis courts, and a water-sports center.
A romantic scene from The Bachelor was filmed here and prompted the resort to offer custom dinners for two on the Mermaid Beach dock. Scheduled during sunset, the experience includes a candlelit table, a musician, a butler, and a multi-course menu ($200 minimum per night, available on a first come, first served basis).
Ask the resort's concierge to book a trip to nearby Buck Island. For $70 per person (food and drink is not included), resort guests take a 30-minute ride in a catamaran or glass-bottom boat with a guide for a three-hour tour of the nearly uninhabited island that includes world-class snorkeling.
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
—Historic Hotels of America
Award of Excellence
Arrive at Henry E. Rohlsen Airport Christiansted (STX) which is located approximately 8 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.5007 Estate Shoys, Gallows Bay, Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Three Beaches
- 18-hole Golf Course
- Outdoor Pool
- Spa on Property
- 8 Tennis Courts
- Water Sports Center
- Fitness Club
- Jogging Trails
- Yoga Sessions
- Kids' Club
- Activities + Tours
- Private Patios
- Sitting Areas
- Marble Bathrooms
- Whirlpool Tubs (some)
- Three Restaurants
- Beachside Dining
- Poolside Snacks
- Bar + Lounge
- Private Dining
- Weekly Cocktail Reception
- Live Musical Entertainment
- Rates in the Great House Mountain View are for up to 2 adults + 2 children. The Luxury Beachside Doubloon can accommodate 2 adults + 3 children. Extra adults are charged at $80 per night
- Welcome cocktail
- Full American breakfast buffet
- Non-motorised sport gear and beach activities
- WiFi in all rooms
Why We Love Saint Croix
St. Croix is a tiny island in the U.S Virgin Islands known for its scenic mountains, rolling green hills, white-sand beaches, sugar cane-era history, and modern luxury resorts.
2132 Company St.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: The perch at The Buccaneer's Martel Lounge was built to enjoy some of the island's best sunset views of mountain, land, and sea. Expert mixologists concoct tropical cocktails like the Jump Up and Kiss Me (St. Croix-produced Cruzan light rum, Galliano, apricot brandy, pineapple juice, and lemon juice).
Drinks for two $25.
Best Shopping: Take a five-minute taxi ride to busy downtown Christiansted for some local shopping, with a stop at IB Designs Jewelry. All of the shiny baubles in this boutique are handcrafted by island artisans.
Company & Queen Cross streets. Christiansted
Best Plantation: Located on the western end of the island near the town of Frederiksted, about 20 minutes by car, the oval-shaped Estate Whim Plantation house is surrounded by a dry moat and includes a rare book library, as well as a noteworthy museum dedicated to the 1800's sugar plantation industry.
Why Go Now
July 4, 2013
July Fourth Street Party
About a 20-minute drive from the resort, the town of Frederiksted celebrates American Independence Day with local bands playing under a gazebo at Buddhoe Park, kid crafts at Midre Cummings Children's Park, a bikini contest at Coconuts on the Beach, volleyball and horseshoe-tossing tournaments at Rainbow Beach, and a fireworks display after dark.
October 13, 2013
St. Croix Coral Reef Swim
Some call this annual event one of the most spectacular open-water swims in the world. Swimmers of all abilities—including Olympic athletes—swim in one-, two-, and five-mile events from Buck Island to The Buccaneer. The weekend ends at the resort's Terrace Lounge on Sunday evening with an awards ceremony.
November 29, 2013
The last jump up party of the year happens on the American Thanksgiving holiday, as the streets of Christiansted close for a colorful cultural party including street food, live Caribbean music, store discounts, and special menus in the town's best restaurants.