US Virgin Islands Hotel announces value rates and $100 credit for peak winter season
ST. THOMAS, US Virgin Islands -- Warm up in the Caribbean for less this winter with low value rates and a $100 credit during the peak season at The Inn at Villa Olga on St. Thomas.
Escape any time between December 23, 2012 and April 30, 2013, including the holidays, for as low as $145 per couple per night for a Harborview Room. Rates are subject to tax and service charge.
Plus, guests who stay four nights or more will receive:
- 50 in dining certificates, which can be used throughout the island including the popular restaurants within walking distance of the hotel in Frenchtown
- $50 in attractions and activities certificates
- An eco-friendly gift bag including rum and souvenir T-shirt
The credits are offered one per room as part of the Inntimate Treasures sponsored by the US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism. Reservations must be made at least seven days in advance.
The Inn at Villa Olga is located in a waterfront location in Frenchtown, one of St. Thomas' largest restaurant districts, and within walking distance to historic Charlotte Amalie for duty-free shopping and nightlife.
All rooms offer ocean or harbor views and include cable TV, air conditioning, coffee maker and refrigerator. Guests can take in views of the harbor while sunbathing at the swimming pool.
Guests of the Inn at Villa Olga also enjoy complimentary beach access and non-motorized water sports at sister property, Bolongo Bay Beach Resort.
Located in the U.S. Virgin Islands, American citizens do not need a passport to visit. For reservations, call 1-800-524-4746. For more details, visit www.villa-olga-inn.com.
About The Inn at Villa Olga
The Inn at Villa Olga is the perfect little guest house, in-town with an out-of-town feeling. Located along the harbor in Frenchtown, one of St. Thomas' popular restaurant districts, the Inn at Villa Olga is ideally located and affordably priced. The inn features 12 ocean or harbor view rooms and swimming pool overlooking the harbor.