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Alquileres de lujo en Saint John

Alquileres de lujo en Saint John

Encuentra y reserva alojamientos únicos en Airbnb

Los alquileres vacacionales de lujo mejor valorados en Saint John

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

Finisterre
LUXE
Villa completa · 12 huéspedes · 6 camas · 6 baños

FinisterreClassic beach house on rocky Bovocoap Point

Villa Nonna
LUXE
Villa completa · 10 huéspedes · 5 camas · 4,5 baños

Villa Nonna

Frangipani Villa at The Hills
LUXE
Villa completa · 6 huéspedes · 3 camas · 3,5 baños

Frangipani Villa at The Hills

Alojamientos de lujo para todos los gustos

El alojamiento ideal para la escapada con la que estás soñando

  • Alojamientos destacados
  • Reservas flexibles
  • Alojamientos listos para reservar

Servicios populares en los alquileres vacacionales de lujo en Saint John

  • Cocina
  • Wifi
  • Piscina
  • Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
  • Aire acondicionado

Otros alquileres vacacionales de lujo en Saint John

Beach Garden
LUXEVilla completa
Beach Garden
Precio:BZD 1,813 por noche
2B at Peter Bay
LUXEVilla completa
2B at Peter Bay
Precio:BZD 4,172 por noche
Mango Bay
LUXEVilla completa
Mango Bay
Precio:BZD 1,729 por noche
Solenborg
LUXEVilla completa
Solenborg
Precio:BZD 13,528 por noche
Lime Tree at Peter Bay
LUXEVilla completa
Lime Tree at Peter Bay
Precio:BZD 3,598 por noche
Francis Bay Estate
LUXEVilla completa
Francis Bay Estate
Precio:BZD 2,160 por noche
Villa Mistral
LUXEVilla completa
Villa Mistral
Precio:BZD 5,037 por noche
Vida De Mar
LUXEVilla completa
Vida De Mar
Precio:BZD 1,944 por noche
A La Mer
LUXEVilla completa
A La Mer
Precio:BZD 12,229 por noche
Hakuna Matata
LUXEVilla completa
Hakuna Matata
Precio:BZD 2,015 por noche
Papaya Villa at The Hills
LUXEVilla completa
Papaya Villa at The Hills
Precio:BZD 1,581 por noche

Todo sobre Saint John

Planning a St John vacation? We’re here to help!

When Christopher Columbus stumbled across a group of islands dotting the eastern Caribbean Sea in 1493, he thought them so dazzling that he named them ‘Las Virgenes’, after the 11,000 virgin handmaidens of the legendary St Ursula. The name stuck, and today we know the collection of islands as the US and British Virgin Islands. St John, the smallest of the three US Virgin Islands, remains as close as you could hope to the untouched beauty of the past. Some 60% of the island is designated as the Virgin Islands National Park, and this protection extends to encompass much of the surrounding waters, coral reef, and shoreline. St John has a low-key, laid-back vibe: there are no cruise-ship docks and there is is no airport – you arrive by ferry from neighboring St Thomas. Hiking and snorkeling are the main activities here, though you could of course just keep it super-chilled, kicking back on some of the most gorgeous beaches you’re ever likely to set foot on.

Sand and surf

So, about those beaches. The shore to landmass ratio of this small island means you’ll never have to travel too far to find the perfect stretch of sand, but some of St John’s beaches deserve special mention. The most popular is wide, palm-tree-lined Trunk Bay. The water here is usually calm so it is a great choice if you’re traveling with kids, and the gentle surf and reefs make it a good spot for beginning snorkelers too – a snorkel trail stretching 200 yards is marked by underwater signs to guide you on your below-the-surface discoveries. Top all this off with excellent facilities – a snack bar, bathrooms, a changing room, showers, a picnic area, a gift shop and lockers – and most consider it well worth paying the small entry fee that this beach, unlike others on the island, charges.

Those of you chasing the wave might want to head to Cinnamon Bay, a little further east, where you can swim, snorkel, surf, windsurf, sail, kayak, and paddleboard – your Luxury Retreats concierge can organize gear rentals if you don’t have your own equipment, as well as lessons to help beginners on their way.

To get away from the crowds, head to Salt Pond Beach. The long drive from Cruz Bay and the 15-minute walk down from where you need to park mean that this sheltered bay with crystal-clear water has an off-the-beaten-track appeal. Bring a picnic and sit on the tables in the shade, or grab one of the barbecue pits for a surfside sizzle.

Take a hike

The Virgin Islands National Park is crisscrossed with no fewer than 22 hiking trails, and one of the best is Reef Bay Trail. You can go it alone (with the help of a park service map), but on a guided tour led by a park service ranger, you’ll learn about St John’s tropical forests as they identify the trees, plants and animals – deer, bats, land crabs, termites – along the way. A slight detour takes you to the ancient petroglyph site, where mysterious carvings surround a freshwater pool at the base of a waterfall – archaeologists believe them to be sacred symbols carved by Taino Indians over 1,000 years ago. The trail ends as it passes the remains of an old sugar plantation and you wind up on lovely Reef Bay beach. Don’t forget to pack some sturdy shoes – you may be in the tropics but this 2.5-mile trail is not the place for flip-flops.

Heritage tour

If you’re keen to find out more about the history of St John, the place to do it is at the Annaberg Plantation, the most intact sugar plantation ruins in the Virgin Islands and also run by the Virgin Islands National Park Service. This Danish Colonial plantation was built in 1721 to produce sugar, rum, and molasses. Today, it's a museum where you can learn about plantation life and sugar production in the 18th and 19th centuries, with a tour of the old slave quarters, the rum still, and the windmill, following a signposted walking trail.

 

Luxury Retreats, an expert in St John villa rentals

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If you’re looking for a base from where you can explore St John’s natural beauty, we have options including terracotta-tiled villas and striking modern architecture, with room to take the whole family or just that one special person.

Stay close to Cruz Bay

Nicknamed ‘Love City,’ St John’s main town of Cruz Bay has a carefree Caribbean vibe. Streets are lined with shops, restaurants, and bars, and happy hour is a much-loved institution with locals and vacationers alike. Spend afternoons strolling the colorful lanes and soaking up the town’s laid-back charm before settling down to a slap-up dinner – you’ll find many good options to choose from. If you want to stay close to the action (such as it is, on this most chilled-out of islands), then one of our Cruz Bay rentals could be just what you’re looking for – we have rental properties sleeping 6 to 12, with turquoise pools and sun-soaked verandahs. Our Chocolate Hole vacation rentals , a 10-minute drive from town, are another good choice, blessed with sweeping views and plenty of alfresco lounging options – so when you’ve had a busy day hitting the shops or working on your tan, head home for a sundowner on your terrace in the cool ocean breeze.

Chill out in Coral Bay

Sleepy Coral Bay lies tucked away on at the unspoiled southeastern side of the island, and our Coral Bay villas are ideal for a secluded getaway. Choose a villa perched high above the tranquil bay and surrounded with lush tropical grounds full of fruit trees, or perhaps a vacation home right on the beach, so that you can tumble out of bed and almost straight onto the sand.