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"We are heartbroken by the devastation caused to the Island of St John and the USVI following the Category 5 Hurricane Irma on September 6, 2017, and then exacerbated by Category 4 Hurricane Maria on September 19th. Unfortunately, Caneel Bay Resort was also devastated and while we are happy to report all our employees survived the storm, Caneel Bay Resort did not. Sadly, it is impossible to open through the end of 2018." Set on a 170-acre peninsula amid the lush beauty of the Virgin Islands National Park and seven picturesque beaches, Caneel Bay is one of the most breathtaking vacation destinations in the Caribbean.
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Five star resort in one of the most beautiful settings, right in the middle of Virgin Islands National Park. Low key and unplugged, a chance to step away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Add to that some of the most beautiful beaches...More
My family has traveled to many islands in the Carribean, but St. John has been by far the most impressive. Caneel Bay had s nice location with a lot of options for snorkeling. The snorkeling was unparalleled with any other location we’ve been to. The...More
Have been to this resort a couple of times. I love how its nested in the middle of nature and the rooms are almost hidden in the trees. I love the beach and all the activities the hotel offers. Over the years, however, i feel...More
I've stayed at Caneel annually for over 10 years, and I hate to see the damage inflicted by hurricanes Irma and Maria. What was once and absolutely beautiful, quiet and laid back resort is now destroyed. We always stayed on Scott Beach and enjoyed walking...More
This resort was nothing short of spectacular with its 5 beaches and access to 2 others all within walking distance and beautiful landscape with donkeys and deer freely roaming around. It looked like a scene out of Jurassic Park minus the dinosaurs! There is a...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.