Antique charm—though some may simply call it old—is readily apparent in this rambling 19th-century merchant's house, from the hand-painted Moroccan tiles to a Tiffany window. Rooms on several levels range from stylish and spacious suites with vaulted ceilings to tiny but cozy rooms. The bar is open nightly and attracts locals as well as hotel guests. The second-floor botanical gardens and open-air champagne bar are romantic spots for sunset viewing. Main Street, with
its duty-free shops, is a block away.
Sep 29, 2006
You feel as though you have stepped back in time as you walk through the passages of this very quaint, and unique hotel. We stayed here before going to our resort for our vacation to spend some time in the city and do some shopping and experience some of the night life. We are so glad we did and will stay here again each time we come to the Virgin Islands.