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Can't get over the beauty of the property. Lush, green, full of wildlife and the beaches were as pretty as I have ever seen. The staff were so nice and we absolutely loved our stay. We have recommended it to everyone we know!!
This is a first class luxury resort that will make you feel like a millionaire. Quiet elegance makes for a relaxing vacation or wedding destination. Plenty of activities to do or just loaf around and enjoy one of the many private beaches. Excellent choices of...More
I had planned a 3rd trip to Caneel Bay this December prior to the devastation. I cancelled my reservation and awaited patiently for my refund of $4,000. Yes, that is a lot of money and Caneel Bay is not a small business as they have...More
Our family (myself, my husband, and teen daughter) had the privilege of vacationing at the Caneel Bay Resort in June 2017, our 2nd trip in 2 years and 3rd trip in 5 years. The beauty of the surroundings, the gorgeous beaches, the amazing snorkeling, delicious...More
St John is an untampered natural island. Nice marked snokel trails in the Bay. Take a tour of the whole island, be sure to take a light sweater as this is a mountainous island and can get a little chilly the higher you go. Unlike...More
I have not heard anything but have seen aerial photos and it looks bad. Also, I am worried about the reefs just off the beach - if they were damaged or destroyed. Those reefs are so fragile - between hurricanes and... More
I have not heard anything but have seen aerial photos and it looks bad. Also, I am worried about the reefs just off the beach - if they were damaged or destroyed. Those reefs are so fragile - between hurricanes and thoughtless snorkelers slathering on sunblock that is not reef safe and not biodegradable that leeches by the gallons into the fragile ecosystem, I am always worrying about Caneel, which is truly one of my favorite places on the planet. Note to everyone - if you are going swimming in that water and need to use sunblock, use only reef safe and long-sleeve swim shirts so you don't have to put so much on.