Experience the Best of St Thomas Resorts At Sugar Bay Resort and Spa
At our St. Thomas Resort, formerly known as the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort and Spa, you will experience tranquil views of the Caribbean, care-free relaxation on the beach or at our pools, the adventurous spirit of water sports and island recreation, and the luxury of St. Thomas resort accommodations including fine dining and first-rate Virgin Island spa services. Join us and experience a St. Thomas resort at its best with a Caribbean all-inclusive vacation. Click here for our ebrochure.
A Gem Among Hotels in St. Thomas
Opened in 1992 and renovated in 2006, this three-and-a-half star resort boasts the most breathtaking views in St. Thomas. The resort, formerly known as the Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort, includes 294 spacious and elegantly decorated guestrooms, over 16,000 sq. ft. of meeting and special event facilities and one of the most photographed wedding locations in the Caribbean. The décor and facility layout were designed to provide a genuine island experience.
The Sugar Bay Resort and Spa is a 100% non-smoking facility, due to a new law mandated on the island. The Smoke-Free Act prohibits smoking in any public place including restaurants, bars and all places of employment. Smoking will be allowed on beaches, but not within 20 feet of concession stands, restaurants and other businesses located on the beach.
See It All from One
of The Best Resorts in St. Thomas
At Sugar Bay Resort and Spa, you can expect world-class snorkeling, scuba diving, golfing, and the number-one rated spa of St. Thomas resorts, Journeys. Here, there is something for everyone to enjoy. For outdoor lovers, St. Thomas has the Virgin Islands National Park and pristine beaches where you can sunbathe, swim or enjoy a full spectrum of recreational activities from boating and snorkeling to eco-kayaking tours and deep-sea fishing. On your 30-minute drive from Cyril E. King Airport, take in the eight miles of island scenery and breathtaking views of surrounding islands. Sugar Bay Resort and Spa spans 31 hillside acres overlooking the emerald and blue waters of Water Bay, St. John and the British Virgin Islands, where the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea meet.