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Stop there for a bite and drinks. The bartender was wonderful. He can make any drink. We all enjoyed our afternoon sitting at the bar on an area by the water. The hurricane hit part of the resort but would be a nice place to...More
This was one of our favorite places to stay. We were just there to visit and it has major damage. from the hurricane in Sept. The beach bar has been rebuilt and open but the hotel is not ready for people to stay. I am...More
We only visited the Island Beachcomber Beach Bar for food and refreshment during our afternoon visit to St. Thomas. The beers were cold and reasonably priced. The food was VERY good, a bit overpriced it seemed, but quite delicious. If you like coconut shrimp, we...More
We just took a cruise and an islander recommended we visit the Beachcomber after we asked them to send us somewhere 'not touristy.' From the exterior, I have to admit, you wouldn't think this place was up and operating, but that's far from true. We...More
We visited the beach bar on Dec 4th and it was the highlight of our day. The bartender, Margaret was a joy and the view was absolutely breathtaking. It has sustained damage, but it is still up and running and it was the perfect way...More
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If you're talking about Marriott's Frenchmans Reef Resort it's far to walk lol. Frenchmans Reef is on the west end down town towards Charlotte Amalie near Redhook bay. Your best choice is rent a car, or take a taxi shouldn't... More
If you're talking about Marriott's Frenchmans Reef Resort it's far to walk lol. Frenchmans Reef is on the west end down town towards Charlotte Amalie near Redhook bay. Your best choice is rent a car, or take a taxi shouldn't be more than $25 bucks to get there or less! If you were to walk it would take you close to 2.5hrs to walk there depending on how fast you walk hahaha it's close to 10miles but also take into consideration you will be hiking up and down mountains because the terrain is not like US terrain where it's flat!
Good luck :) St. Thomas is my second home I visit every year.