Considering St. Thomas
Posted 08 January 2010 - 07:38 PM
I have narrowed down my search to the Wyndham, Marriott, and Bongolo Bay...if that helps!
Posted 09 January 2010 - 12:53 PM
Posted 24 February 2010 - 01:27 PM
I am planning a May 2011 wedding in St Thomas, we have decided to go with Wyndham. It looks beautiful - i'm excited!!!
Posted 24 February 2010 - 11:45 PM
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Posted 21 March 2010 - 10:20 AM
| Originally Posted by yanks21324 |
I am a new bride and am contemplating St. Thomas. Could anyone recommen d any resports? Also, I have heard now of quite a few people doing Villas, how exactly is that done?
I'm doing villas, so I cannot recommend resorts. I think it's an individual choice about how you envision the week and your wedding. I want to spend time with everyone (but not be right next door or in constant access of my future in-laws). Just something to think about!
There are several websites that specialize in renting villas in St. Thomas. One is vrbo.com and mclaughlin anderson (I think) is the name of a management company/website that my parents booked their villa through. I'm staying in Sea Star which is 5 bed/5 bath on the beach with a pool. Here is a link Sea Star - Caribbean Vacation Packages including caribbean vacation rentals, parties and more.
The villa owners for Sea Star have been amazing to work with and I highly recommend them. I'm also having my reception there. The owners hosted their daughter's wedding/reception there for 200 people! Mine is only 35 There's also a villa RIGHT next door if you want more guests to stay closer. It's called Casa B for short.
PM me if you have any questions!
Posted 03 April 2010 - 05:50 PM
I live and was married on St. Thomas last May. The resorts are nice but they honestly don't have the best beaches and can be overpriced. I love St. Peter Mountain GreatHouse for a reception. As far as resorts go, I like Caneel Bay or the Westin on St. John. The Wyndham Sugar Bay is nice too. The photographer you pick should be able to show you a complete wedding from each and every venue you are considering to help you in your selection.
Hope this helps.
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