Frenchman’s Reef Marriott Resort reopens in US Virgin Islands following $48 million renovation

Frenchman’s Reef Marriott Resort reopens in US Virgin Islands following $48 million renovation

After six months and a $48 million renovation, Marriott Hotels’ property Frenchman’s Reef Marriott Resort, has officially re-opened its doors.

Situated in the US Virgin Islands, the renovation transformed the property inside and out. 

In addition to giving the exterior of the resort’s main tower a new, fresh look, the resort underwent a full redesign of all guest rooms, the addition of a new state-of-the art spa and spa pool, larger fitness centre, a full service salon complete with hair and manicure/pedicure stations, new restaurants and menu concepts, expanded lounge areas, a completely redesigned infinity pool with kids zone and the addition of an adults only pool. 

Among the most notable of the hotel’s new amenities is the newly designed Lazule Sea Spa.

The spa features 4,000 square feet of luxury facilities including seven treatment rooms, couples room, massage cabanas, and the exclusive spa pool and couples relaxation room.

 

“We are ecstatic about the results of the renovation and I know our guests will be as well,” commented Jose Gonzalez, general manager of the Frenchman’s Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort.

“The Reef has always been a popular St. Thomas resort and with this investment I believe we have set a whole new standard of what guests can expect.”

Frenchman’s Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort on St. Thomas has long been considered one of the finest properties in the US Virgin Islands.

The resort consists of casual, yet sophisticated accommodations, overlooking a secluded beach with warm, aquamarine waters and sweeping vistas of the Caribbean’s most majestic yacht harbour.

The island of St. Thomas boasts incomparable duty-free shopping, exceptional diving and rich culture and history.