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Point Pleasant Resort Officially Reopens in St Thomas

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - January 3, 2019

By the Caribbean Journal staff

One of the most popular resorts in the U.S. Virgin Islands has completed its comeback, Caribbean Journal has learned.

The 59-room Point Pleasant Resort has officially returned in St Thomas, marking another important step in the island’s recovery efforts.

While the resort has reopened in a limited capacity at the end of 2017, it had embarked on a major repair and improvement project across the property.

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The property consists of condominium-style units.

Now, the Point Pleasant is a “new and improved” resort, according to a statement from the property — while one thing has remained: the spectacular views.

Amenities at the property, which is close to the famous Coki Point beach, range from three swimming pools to two on-site restaurants: Shoreline and Mirador, with the latter a beloved brunch option on the island.

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Room categories range from a ocean view suites to one-bedroom ocean view “villas” to two bedroom ocean view villas.

The resort is set on a 15-acre hillside preserve, about five minutes from Red Hook and one mile from the island’s Lindquist Beach (you may know it as the “Hannah Davis beach.”)

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A one-bedroom ocean view villa at the Point Pleasant.

“We look forward to celebrating and sharing our beloved resort with new and returning guests,” the property said in a statement.

The Point Pleasant’s return adds to a growing portfolio of reopened hotels on the island, including the Bolongo Bay, the Frenchman’s Cove, Emerald Beach, Secret Harbour and the Margaritaville Vacation Club.

For more, visit the Point Pleasant.

— CJ

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