Looking for a place to stay in Christiansted? Then look no further than Kings Alley Hotel, a hotel that brings the best of Christiansted to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Post Office Building (0.1 mi) and Scale House (0.2 mi), guests of Kings Alley Hotel can easily experience some of Christiansted's most well known attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Christiansted's popular shrimp restaurants such as Balter, 40 Strand Eatery, and The Bombay Club, all a short distance from Kings Alley Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Fort Christiansvaern (0.3 mi), which is a popular Christiansted attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Kings Alley Hotel as you experience everything Christiansted has to offer.
Nice place to stay in comfortable and budget hotel. Nice room service facilities. Value for money . Although hotel has limited facilities. Please do check your requirement before check in. Near to water front. In very convenient location
Experience of room hospitality is awsome. Landscape is very nice. Coffee brewing machine is phenomenal. Famous holiday destinations for couples. very nice room arrangement and cleanliness. My credit to Prince tours and travels for selecting this hotel. St croix
Stays at Kings Alley for a business training for 3 days. Its conveniently located close to the boardwalk, but there isn't any parking. You probably won't need a car though because everything is in walking distance in terms of restaurants and entertainment. The room was clean and spacious. Enjoyed my stay.
I stayed at this hotel on Nov 2018 during a business trip. The hotel is right in front of the boardwalk and close to some small boardwalk restaurants. I arrived a Sunday afternoon. there is no parking for the hotel so you have to find a parking spot in the city street. That turned out to be a problem because I couldn't trust leaving anything in the rental car. So every day I had to take everything back to my room. The hotel only has stairs, no elevators, and we I made the reservation no one told me about this. I carried 2 big pelican cases and the receptionist said "I should have asked if they had elevators". Well maybe, but if you have a 3 story hotel don't you think people will need an elevator. It wasn't fun carrying those cases from the car, up to the third floor and next day all the way back to the car, every day. The area is supposed to be for tourist...and it was a dead spot. It was fairly clean and nice but there was absolutely nothing to do. I expected many people on Sunday, and it was dead up until the day I left. After working all day I like to be able to have some entertainment but all I could do was go to my room and watch TV like back home. Not the hotel fault, but just so you know. Almost forget about this. If you stay here, be sure to ask for a room far away from where the power generator is located. They "test" the generator weekly, I think at about 11AM. Its the noisiest thing I ever heard in any hotel I stayed before. It happens that day I was in my room at that time, it was turned on for maybe 15-20 minutes and I had to put on my headphones to minimized the sound. I wasn't told about it when I called and made the reservation. The experienced summed up for me to decide that St. Croix is not a good place for vacation UNLESS you own a boat and can use it for a 1-2 day stop.…
Booked a king single, which is perfect. Juliet balcony, lots of sun, a chair to sit in if you're just taking a breather. A desk, small fridge, internet and about 20 channels on the television. Courtyard has dining options although this is Christiansted center so a walk down the boardwalk has lots more options, as well as walking around the corner and up the street. Reasonable rates for this time of year.