Following disaster from Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017, the Ritz Carlton St. Thomas opens for bookings again


Those eyeing a luxe Caribbean holiday are in for a treat! After the massive aftermath of the Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017, the exclusive Ritz Carlton St. Thomas is now up and running with brand new refurbishments up its tow! Following a period of extensive enhancements, the all-encompassing $100 million project currently features redesigned public spaces, rooms and suites, event and meeting space, and dining venues inclusive of a new culinary concept.

Situated on 30 acres of lush grounds, The Ritz Carlton St Thomas in its refreshed avatar boasts a pristine white palette with splashes of color inspired by the sparkling sea. Each of the resort’s 180 guestrooms and suites have been entirely recreated with a bright and airy design inspired by natural beauty of the island and the expansive ocean views around it. Other highlights include a remodeled infinity pool and a new Sicilian restaurant, Alloro that promises to dish out an array of tempting dishes for its guests.

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Particularly exciting is the re-birth of the resort’s beloved luxury catamaran – Lady Lynsey in the form of a brand-new Lady Lynsey II. In its new form, the 60-foot vessel will be longer than the original and will accommodate up to 75 guests for exclusive snorkeling tours, sunset dinner cruises, and island-hopping excursions that the resort is famed for. Head over to the Ritz Carlton St. Thomas for a getaway that you’d never forget!

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