I was a bit hesitant to book this trip after reading others reviews, but took a chance and we are pleased I did. We (my husband and I) were at BB in St.Thomas The week of 4/8-4/12 and were greeted at he taxi by Simon w/assistance w/our bags and rum punch drinks! Mark made our check-in friendly and smooth and we were pleasantly relieved to receive an upgrade from value room to oceanfront! (we were in Rm. 169- Awesome view of the sea from our balcony!) Upon settling into our room, we're further impressed by the clean open atmosphere and welcoming bottle of champagne and well wishes on our honeymoon from The Doumengs (resort proprietors), we felt welcomed and relaxed, immediately. We had the majority of our meals (as AI guest) at IGGIES, BAR&GRILL on the beach. The burger and fish was good as were the cocktails! (Shoutout to Rachel and Mike, you 2 were the best!) #BAMBOOLULU #TEQUILASHOTS We enjoyed breakfast a couple of mornings at The Lobster Grille and it was very pleasant... we look forward to spending more time there, next visit! The beach (though, rocky) was quiet and exclusive and not at all crowded at any point during the day! The sea was exquisite. The entertainment was ok, not phenomenal, at IGGIES. Jon Gazi was cool and the carnival night was the most geared in the direction of music we like to hear on vacation in the carribbean, Reggae... good reggae. Very nice. We enjoyed Joe's wood whittling and jewelry shack on the beach and there were lots of beach activities available to guest. We enjoyed getting to know some of our fellow guest (the danish kids were really sweet!) and the helpful staff, Bernadette, our room attendant. All in all, it was a honeymoon/birthday/graduation vacation to remember... we WILL be back! The only downside was the room safe was too small to hold my laptop and after another guest stole my phone from the bar on night one (I know it was another guest because there was an attempt to logon to my FB from GA the next day) I found the safe issue, worrysome. My laptop was fine, though. Oh, the showers are VERY tiny... and washclothes were seemingly in short supply.