Lindbergh Bay Hotel and Villas is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Charlotte Amalie, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Charlotte Amalie, Lindbergh Bay Hotel and Villas is located a short distance from Fort Christian (1.8 mi) and Seven Arches Museum (2.2 mi).
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Best Western St. Thomas features 24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and express check-in and check-out. In addition, as a valued Lindbergh Bay Hotel and Villas guest, you can enjoy a pool and a poolside bar that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out French Quarter Bistro, one of the French restaurants that can be found in Charlotte Amalie, which is a short distance from Best Western St. Thomas.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular architectural building like Hotel 1829, which is a short distance from the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Charlotte Amalie!
This place is ok but you have to reserve one of the villas. The entire place is in need of a renovation, but the villas are the most updated. The hotel is located walking distance to the airport so don’t bother to take a taxi here. Check in is in the main hotel, and the restaurant and pool are located across the pathway. The bartenders and staff are so friendly! Please note they don’t take credit cards but you can pay via PayPal or Venmo. The villas are quite a walk from the main hotel but the views of the ocean are amazing. Also there is a separate pool here, although it’s really small. The room is fairly large, has a nice bathtub and shower, and a small kitchen area with a sink, microwave, and refrigerator. There is also a safe in the room. The room has sliding glass doors to get fresh air when it’s cool outside. …
The hotel service overall was okay.. but…. the main lobby mens restroom was overflowing with poop. The door to my room looked like someone had recently broken into the room.. overall will not stay here again… they need to remodel… the hotel is still in the late 90’s…
St. Thomas nice getaway due covid19! This hotel is steps from airport. Room 114 needs hook on balcony or in room somewhere for hanging wet clothes after day at beach. It's restaurant/bar still get up from covid19 but you allowed to use Emerald hotel facilities, that where we stay on beach. It's less than a mile walk. Lindberh you can't get to water, but there's a pool available. Schedule island tour via this site through Godfrey tours tour guide did great job.
We really love this place! The accommodations are spacious, clean and well serviced. All of the aspects of our room were functioning very well, i.e., lighting, a/c, and a kitchenette. We especially liked the quiet, private location.
This was an interesting stay to say the least. When my boyfriend and I first arrived, it didn’t seem terrible. The outside of the hotel and lobby weren’t bad, but looked very dated and like the place needs a lot of TLC. Our room was on the first floor down the hallway past the front desk. Walking down the hallway, we were a little sketched out since all the other doors either had the top of the door cut off, or the handles were busted in. I started thinking I had booked a night at the Caribbean version of the Cecil Hotel. The room itself was extremely outdated and was like we had jumped back in time to the 80s. The room had a weird smell, and we later found out that the bath towels had stains on them and hair all over them as well. We were told at check in that the kitchen for the restaurant/bar across the road wasn’t open but they offered a limited menu. Seeming as there are no restaurants close by and we were tired from traveling, we decided to check it out anyway. They were offering chicken, pork, or beef tacos, personal cheese or pepperoni pizzas, or BBQ pulled pork sandwiches. We ordered the tacos and a pizza and sat down at a table. Soon after, I realized the bartender had pulled a frozen pizza out of the freezer and put it in a toaster oven, and was making tacos right there behind the bar using meat out of crock pots. I guess with the kitchen closed you do what you have to in order to keep serving food. They had a pool near the bar, but it was green and looked like it hadn’t been cleaned in a while and not properly taken care of. No way I was getting in it. We were on a schedule in the morning and needed to be somewhere by 9. Went to the front desk to check out at 7:50 and waiting around for about 20 mins...no one was there to help and no way of reaching an employee. I ended up writing a note and leaving it on the desk with my room key. They also have a list of phone numbers for taxis (I think this list needs to be updated). We called 5 or 6 numbers before finally getting one that was in service. Luckily we were finally able to get ahold of someone but without a little bit of stress for wasted time. Overall I think this hotel needs A LOT of work done and some serious renovations. It has all the potential to be a great place to stay, but right now it seems like a motel advertised as a beautiful hotel (the pictures you see online look nothing like what the place actually looks like now). …