New All-Inclusive Resort Opens in the US Virgin Islands


Above: the Dreams Sugar Bay St Thomas

By the Caribbean Journal staff

AMResorts has opened its first hotel in the US Virgin Islands.

The company has announced the debut of Dreams Sugar Bay St Thomas, the Caribbean’s newest all-inclusive resort.


The property represents the transformation of the former Sugar Bay resort in St Thomas; it is parent company AMResorts’ first resort in the United States and 36th overall.

Andreas Meinhold is the general manager of the 297-room property, which is located on the northeastern end of St Thomas.


The resort includes seven a la carte dining options and restaurants, three bars and lounges and a Dreams Spa by Pevonia.

“Sixty four percent of Americans do not own a US passport, which made St. Thomas a particularly desirable option for AMResorts’ Dreams Resorts & Spas brand,” said AMResorts President Gonzalo del Peon. “We look forward to continuing to make our award-winning Unlimited-Luxury vacation concept available to more guests in more places.”

Celebrity chef and Haiti native Ron Duprat is the property’s executive chef.

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