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The Palms at Pelican Cove
Ranked #2 of 14 Hotels in Christiansted
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Reviewed June 7, 2013

From the moment we talked to the first employee, we knew that we had picked the right hotel. Everyone went out of their way to tell us where to go and what to do on the island, and we were never disappointed. We loved the staff and we would stay here again because of them. A special thank you goes to Mitch for going the extra mile and making our trip awesome.

Beach: The beach is long, but they advised us to only swim in the area in front of the main building due to the rip tides. The beach chairs are a little dated, but there were plenty of them to use. Although the initial 10 feet or so into the water is filled with small rocks, the water is crystal clear, warm, and beautiful. There is a reef to snorkel right in front of the main building and the hotel even offers daily snorkel tours for free. Our group had 7 people in it, which is considered a large group by their standards. For those daring enough, they even offer a night snorkel.

Food: The food was mostly great, although a little pricey. We loved the filet and the sauteed mahi mahi for dinner, but we didn't care for the fried mahi at lunch. Monday was Caribbean night there, and we wouldn't miss it. They had a buffet, which was terrific and well worth the modest price. With this, you also get entertainment for the night which made for a fun night. With all the different restaurants on the island, we only ate here when we were having beach days.

Entertainment: Monday night was awesome with the Caribbean night. They brought in fire dancers and stilt walkers. They also had a band and Mitch had us all dancing. If you are here in the season when sea turtles lay their eggs, you can give your room number to Mitch and he will call you in the middle of the night if and when a turtle comes onto the beach.
Rooms: The rooms are vary spacious. The beds are definitely comfy and they supply you with enough pillows. There is also a coffee pot and they will restock the coffee every day. When you first arrive, there is a pint of rum along with a can of coke and diet coke. The bathroom is gorgeous and the stone floored shower was fitting. There were his and her's sinks along with ample storage space. The room itself had updated furniture, but the paint and tile were showing their age. The view from our room was a million dollar view. We could see the beach and ocean from the bed. Our balcony had beach shells lined up on the railing. There was a refrigerator with enough room for beer, pop, or water.
Location: It's about a $10 taxi ride to Christiansted each way, and about $25 from the airport. There is another hotel right next to this, but that's it. We felt the best way to enjoy this island is by car (we used Olympic Rental Car because they were by far the cheapest. They are locally owned, and they picked us up at the hotel to bring us to their business).

Tips: Rent a car. Taxis are expensive and it's easier to get around on your own. We felt we wouldn't have loved the island as much as we did if we didn't have a car. Get a map and pay attention to the roads you are on. The roads are poorly marked, and you will get lost at least once. We spent an entire day beach hopping. Visit the grocery store and stock up on water, pop, beer, and liquor. You can't drink the water out of the tap, so it's best to get a case or 2 of water.

Must do: a crab race. They happen 3 times a week all at different locations. Caribbean night at The Palms on Monday night. Buck Island snorkel. If you like beer, visit the brew pub restaurant in Christiansted. Cane Bay beach is awesome beach, with great food right across the street at Eat At Cane Bay. Pt. Udall is a great site, although it's a long drive. Massage on the beach. Pricey but worth it.

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Reviewed June 6, 2013

I was there this week on a one-night business stay. It was a wonderful experience, from the tropical garden setting to the clean, comfortable room, to the fabulous dinner. The staff is pleasant and hard working, and the overall experience a very positive one. I will definitely return for a vacation stay.

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Reviewed June 6, 2013

We just got back from a 10 day stay at the Palms. We had a wonderful experience. We had a second floor room easy access with an ocean view. The room was very comfortable. The staff was fabulous I cannot say enough about their eagerness to help and accomadate us. The location is excellent it is centrally located on the island so your access to either end is relatively easy after you learn to drive on the opposite side of the road!
We had the opportunity to spend some time with Chuck the owner. He sat down with us and told us different sites to see that were very much worth it. He took us night snorkeling which was a wonderful experience. He is a very busy person and we feel honored that we got to spend the time with him that we did and hopefully developed a new friendship.
MItch is another asset to the Palms. He is very much into his job and making sure that everyone is getting the most out of their vacation. We spent some quality time with him also and believe we have made a good friend!
We did not want to go to a large resort or go all inclusive somewhere because we wanted to have the opportunity to taste the island. We did end up eating most of our dinners at the Palms because the food was exceptional and the variety was good. Recommend doing carribean night there if you can a fun night for everyone including the staff!.
We went on a couple fishing charters and caught some fish and they brought some to the Palms and Amanda did a wonderful job of cooking it and coming up with our own menu for the dinner. Wonderful thank you Amanda we totally enjoyed it.
I must say that the staff at the Palms made our trip more memorable and we will be going back to see them in the future. Thank you for making our trip what it was.

Room Tip: We got a second floor king size room and the beds were very comfortable
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 3, 2013

We recently returned from a 2 week stay at the Palms at Pelican Cove. What a beautiful resort this is clustered in a picturesque cove surrounded by palm trees, white sand, hillside silhouettes and the most vivid turquoise water you can imagine. The rooms are clean, comfortable and spacious and deliver the awesome views that postcards are made of. The grounds of the property are lovely and the beach is great. Snorkeling the reef is fantastic. The Palms has a large inviting pool surrounded by many palm trees and tropical flora. The restaurant is excellent. Many choices are offered for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as daily specials. Also available is a "bar menu" with simple but tasty choices from burgers and salads to pizza. Several times, we ordered from the bar menu and went back to our room to enjoy our meal on the patio with that VIEW! The dining area's are fantastic and right on the beach. Don't miss Caribbean Night. So much fun with the Moko Jumbies, fire dancers, and a great buffet.

Enough can't be said about the wonderful staff at the Palms. Everyone wants to ensure that your experience here exceeds expectations. Chuck, such a gracious host. Mitch, such an amazing person and the BEST tour guide. DO NOT miss the chance to go out on a snorkel tour with Mitch - highlight of our vacation. From Pat at the front desk to Eileen to Akem and Natalie in the dining areas, to Velma and "Mama G" and all of the housekeeping staff, to Norbert and his son in the groundskeeping department - the property has never looked so GREAT. ALL of the staff are so nice and greet you each day with a big genuine smile that says "We are so glad that you are here". To Tom (my buddy) - a special thank you! And of course, our two favorite girls - Julie and Rushe. Simply the BEST! You make us feel like family and always go out of your way to make sure that our time in St. Croix is perfect, which it always is. We can't thank you enough!

St. Croix is a beautiful island - natural and authentic. The Crucian people of St. Croix are also beautiful, warm, friendly and welcoming. There is so much to see on the island. We recommend renting a car and traveling around St. Croix. Christiansted and Frederiksted are charming little towns with lots of shopping, restaurants, an local artists. Handmade Moko Jumbies, glass art, oil an water color paintings, jewelry, and many other handcrafted treasures await you. The Botanical Gardens, the Whim Museum, the rainforest, the sugar mill ruins - so much to see! Not to mention an abundance of fantastic beaches, excellent snorkeling, and diving and of course - Buck Island. Simply Beautiful! Always have your camera ready because there is a pretty picture around every turn. Something about St. Croix - the charm, feel, the vibe of this island is intoxicating. You can always find your own private piece of paradise on St. Croix, whether it is in town, out and about on he island, or relaxing at the Palm's resort.

We have visited St. Croix 5 times over the last 10 years and this is the only island that we yearn to go back to. WE LOVE IT! Go to St. Croix an discover for yourself the magic of this place. Lose yourself in it. Embrace it. Save yourself the time and worry and book your dream vacation at the Palms at Pelican Cove. We have visited other properties through the years (while staying at the Palms) and although they are nice, none of the other resorts can match the beauty and the warm hospitality of the Palms. There is a very good reason why the Palms are the #1 rated hotel on St. Croix. Do yourself a favor and find out why. Oh, to be walking on that beautiful beach right now...our port of Solace.

Thank You to everyone for helping us to make those special memories of a lifetime. Can't wait to return to St. Croix and to the Palms. You all have a very special place in our hearts.

Randy & Eddie

  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Murfreesboro, Tennessee
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Reviewed June 1, 2013

This was our first trip to St. Croix, and we chose The Palms from an acquaintance’s recommendation. We are so glad we did! In the past we have stayed at some 5 star resorts which were beautiful, huge, stiff and impersonal. The Palms is certainly beautiful, but we very much appreciated the smaller, friendlier, more laid-back atmosphere, together with the amazing service the staff provided.

On check-in I was initially disappointed to have a first-floor room. In my experience, most first floor rooms have a view of a sidewalk or bushes, but no ocean. Our room 26 was large, clean, and comfortable and had an ocean view even from the bed! We loved the little patio and the soft sea breeze. From the room it appears that you are the only resident, with your very own beach for a front yard and you can watch the waves break over the reef all day and night. It normally takes me three days to relax and get into vacation mode, but here, within 24 hours I was completely settled in. Erin and her staff kept the room beautifully and asked after our comfort regularly.

There is a convenient laundry room in each building and also an ice machine and microwave. The rooms have good coffeemakers and refrigerators. The ladies provided live flowers in the room every day and we found a complimentary bottle of rum and two cans of Coke in the room when we arrived.

Twice we went snorkeling with Chuck, the owner, who truly wants to share the tropical features of the island with guests, and works to make sure everyone has a great time. His down-to-earth explanations and instructions prepared us for what we might encounter, and he pointed out many underwater dwellers that we would have missed on our own. He sent us home with great pictures from our trips and additional pictures of colorful fish and corals from other trips. I watched him with a nervous older couple snorkeling for the first time, and his patient guidance and care of them helped them to overcome their worries and really enjoy the experience! The fins, masks and snorkels are free to use, and the beach towels were large and plentiful. The water is warm and welcoming.

Some other reviewers said they had trouble with the restaurant, the room amenities, and the bugs, but we did not experience any of that.

We ate most meals for 8 days in the restaurant, for which I have to say that everything my husband and I ordered was excellent. I recommend the three-egg omelet for breakfast. The only dinner we had to make a reservation for was the Friday night Surf and Turf, and that was just to make sure there were enough lobsters for everyone; you could still order anything else from the menu with no reservations. Those were the biggest lobster tails we had ever seen! Several types of fish were prepared beautifully, and the hamburger was the best I have had in years. Try the lobster-pumpkin soup and the key lime-rum pie. The prices were very reasonable and the location of the restaurant is the closest to the surf you can get while still sitting at a table.

The stone floored shower was great, there was plenty of hot water and the water pressure was good. I really liked the Itiba Caribbean Spice soaps and shampoos in the room. The consistency of the body wash and shampoo was thin but made plenty of suds and left nice soft skin. The hand soap was fabulous and I have found it online and will order it for home.

We had one bug in our room but that was probably my fault from going in and out of the sliding door to the patio on the beach so much.

I took a short hop to St. Thomas one day and my schedule got messed up at the airport. Mitch came out and rescued me from the airport demonstrating the kind of customer care that you can’t find at a big resort.

We look forward to returning to The Palms and will definitely recommend it to our friends who travel.

Room Tip: First floor rooms have a patio that opens onto the beach! AND you can see the ocean from the room.
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 31, 2013

Not sure where to begin. This was a special 60th Birthday celebration trip, which I put on the reservation. I had booked a garden room and requested a King bed, so I knew we did not have a ocean view room. Now saying that, when we arrived about 2:20pm, we were told that our room was not ready and that check-in was not till 3:00pm. Obviously, they are pretty firm about the check-in time. They told us to go to the bar and order a drink on the house, which we did, and that was nice. Before going to the bar, I asked the desk clerk about the room and questioned her about the bed size. She said it was a queen, and then I told her that I had requested a King. She then asked, I guess it was Chuck-who was walking through-about room #9 and the bed size and his reply was, "Yes, it's a King". I thought great and we then went on to get our drinks.

We got our drinks and then walked around the property. The property was small, which we liked. The layout of the buildings was nice. The buildings, which there were only 2, I believe for the guests, did face the beach/ocean. The grounds around the buildings were nice and maintained. The beach area could have been better, even though they like to keep things natural, they could have raked some of the beach area to make it nicer.

We went back to the lobby at 3:00pm and the desk clerk said it would be a few more minutes. Finally after she took a load of beach towels to the laundry, she came back and finally checked us in. She had Sierra take us to the room. Walked in and the room was nice but it did have a Queen bed---which looked more like a Double. (We sleep in a Queen and that bed was a lot smaller in size). I told Sierra that the lady at the front desk said this would be a King. She then said, she would go back and check, then call us back.

While we waited for that phone call, we went out on the balcony. It was truly a garden view room, which would have been ok, except for the bed. On the balcony, you could see just a little of the ocean and it was private due to a couple of palms trees. This unit was on the second floor, which we also liked. This particular room, the TV did not face the bed. The dresser was to the left of the bed (if you were in bed) instead of facing the bed, so we really didn't like that either. The bathroom had a walk in shower which, was really nice with stone work. Now saying all of this, if you want a Queen? bed, this room would have been good.

We waited for awhile and then I called the front desk and Sierra answer the phone. She said she had talked to her manager and they would upgrade us to room #3, which is a king bed and a ocean view. She also said None of the Garden View Rooms have a King Bed. (We could have been told that in the beginning.............). Sierra went on to say, since this was a special trip, the upgrade would be complimentary. Well, I wasn't looking for that, I just wanted a King bed in my room.

Sierra, which was extremely nice and patient, came to the room and took us to room #3, which is on the 1st floor, the patio faces the ocean and you do just walk out toward the beach. The room did have a king bed but there were several big stains in the floor but I really didn't want a ground floor. Now, a lot of people likes a ground floor---especially when there is no elevator. Even though they were going to upgrade us to that room, I really didn't want ground floor. Sierra understood this and offered us one other room choice and that was room #37. We went to that room, which was in building #2, a little further away--and that was no problem for us.

Now room #37. Sierra had a hard time opening the door and when we entered the room, you could tell that it had not been occupy in a while. The room smelled very musty and she said that would go away when the air conditioner was turned on. The room did have a king bed, which was nice. The balcony was nice and did have a view of the ocean and lots of palm trees in one direction--------but when you walk out of the room, you are facing a group of condos that is called the Palms but is a different property. That was not great because you really didn't have a private balcony because of that situation. The TV did face the bed, which was nice. The bathroom was a nice size with a tub and shower combined. Lots of space in the bathroom with a double sinks and drawers. The room itself was nice except for the musty odor. Sierra also said this room was considered a Garden View Room Deluxe! Now I find out that King beds ARE in Garden View Rooms--Deluxe.

Now, after seeing 3 rooms, we had a choice----still not really happy because of different situations in all 3 rooms. We were going to be here for 7 nights. Between the 3 rooms choices we were given, we went with room #37---even though it was musty and there was not a lot of privacey on the balcony, this was the best out of the 3 because of it being on the 2nd floor and a King bed. So, we finally got into a room, what, after 2.5 hours of arriving.

We then turned the air on and left the room and went to dinner. When we came back a couple of hours, the room smell was a little better but still very musty. We called it a night and hoped for a better next day.

First of all, the bed is more firm than what we are use to but that was not a major issue. The problem was the musty smelll was still there and I found out why! I took the pillows out of the cases and there was mold on the pillows. These were the decorative pillows on the bed. Then I took the cases off the bed pillows and they were filthy with stains. By the way, the bed pillows were flat as a pancake--not fluffy at all. I called the front desk and told them what I had discovered and that I wanted different pillows and that I had taken pictures of the mold. She said she would let housekeeping know and they would take care of it.
We left and came back 6 hours later and I took the cases off to check and the bed pillows were good----still flat though but cleaner. The decorative pillow--had 3, now only 2 on bed. I checked them as well, and 1 pillow was still not good. I took the case off and left it on the edge of the bed the next day, as well calling the front desk again, and telling them that the lamp shade was nasty and needed cleaning, took a picture of that also. She said she would tell housekeeping. This was on Tuesday. I took the shade off the lamp and put it in the chair. When we came back the shade had been cleaned of the dust and was still in the chair---they did not even put the shade back on the lamp. The housekeeping also took the decorative pillow that I put on the bed and also took the other one on the bed-------so Now NO decorative pillows on the bed. That's ok, no big deal.

So, that is the story about our room situation. You would think I would get a call to see if everything was ok and at least have an apology..............that didn't happen.......nor were we asked when we checked out, if we enjoyed our stay , etc. Nothing. To me, that was not being repectful or good business. Remember this was a very "special trip".

All in all, we managed to enjoy ourselves at this resort. I really have mixed feelings, especially reading the other reviews. We travel all over and never have we had this problem, especially with mold and dust. They did not make our special trip special, that's for sure.

We did eat at the restaurant on the very last night of our stay. We had a beautiful view and a nice breeze. The service was slow and it was not busy. Our server was nice even though I didn't get exactly what I ordered and he just apologized and said there was another order that went out and it probably got mixed up. He did not offer to correct the problem. Oh well, the food was very good and I would recommend eating there.

So, take this review and decide for yourself. The location is good and yes you have to drive through a community with lots of speed bumps that are NOT marked good, as some people have written about. We made the best out of the situation and I hope the next person staying there doesn't encounter what we went through.

Room Tip: 2nd floors are better but remember no elevators. Room #9 is a true Garden View Room/ 2nd floor/Quee...
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Albert48, Owner at The Palms at Pelican Cove, responded to this review, June 11, 2013
We are glad that you chose The Palms for your birthday trip, but we would certainly have been happier if things had gone a little smoother. Regarding check-in, we are always happy for our guests to move into their room right away if it is ready, but yours was not. Glad you enjoyed your complimentary welcome drink while you waited. As you mentioned, we do not have King Beds in any of our Std Garden Rooms so we could not have accommodated your request (which was booked through a third party). We do have King Beds in our Deluxe Garden Rooms, and I am pleased to hear that the front desk did provide you a complimentary upgrade to a second-floor Deluxe Garden Room with a King Bed to accommodate your special trip. That’s a good thing. Sorry, but we had no way of contacting you upfront to reduce the confusion when you arrived since we had no contact information. Incidentally, we do not have any Double Beds on the property – only Queens and Kings. Our bed frames were special ordered larger to accommodate a comforter, so it makes the mattresses appear smaller. A quick check with a measure, as I have done, would confirm that. The balcony on Deluxe Garden Room #37 faces north (to the ocean) and east (to Pelican Cove Condos). I measured the distance and the closest condo is 155 feet away (half the length of a football field). So it is still reasonably private. I spoke to Housekeeping about the pillows and they mentioned that the stains were as a result of a burst of rust colored water that had come through the municipal water supply during the last wash. Sorry, but it happens. We did replace them. Regarding the beach, we do clean it on a regular basis, but it has to be done by hand because it is a nesting beach for endangered sea turtles and they have already started nesting for the season. Please remember, it is their beach too! I agree with you that we should have asked how you enjoyed your stay. We do care and we want and need to know. We have reiterated to our staff the importance of guest interaction. Thank you for pointing this out.
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Charming place, friendly staff, and right on the beach. You will definitely enjoy being in the islands and St. Croix at this location. I was there for a wedding; the reception was held at the Palms.

The room has tiled floors and very basic amenities. Bring mosquito repellant; I was constantly working to keep them at bay in the room. I did open up the sliding door and walk right out to the beach, so that was nice. I could have had more bed cover; I struggled to get the room temperature under control; it was always either freezing or too stuffy.

The house staff was super friendly. The bartender was super laid back and made the best drinks. Have the Raspberry Cheesecake. I've been doing my best to recreate it since then. Nothing spectacular in the food department.

The wedding reception was lovely; the hotel did a nice job. The party afterwards near the pool was perfect too.

Not sure if I would stay there again, because I am such as hotel snob and really nice a super posh room, but this place was where the bride stayed the night before her wedding. She had a nice suite that was really nice, so maybe next time, I'll ask for a better room.

  • Stayed June 2012, traveled solo
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Albert48, Owner at The Palms at Pelican Cove, responded to this review, May 29, 2013
I am a big fan of Trip Advisor as I think it is a great venue for travelers to be able to share tips about their trips. And it is a wonderful source of information for hotel/resort owners and managers to gauge how well they are doing at keeping their No. 1 VIP, their guests, happy. That and also what they may need to do differently to have their guests leave with a bigger smile. We constantly work on that - we strive for a five. Anything less and we are asking ourselves why. It sounds like you really enjoyed your stay here, but you also mentioned a few things that maybe weren't quite where you wanted them to be. Mosquitoes are, of course, a fact of life in the warmer climates. And they opportunistically find their way into rooms when doors are left open. We always have mosquito repellant and are happy to provide that to you, as well as spraying your room if you would like. A quick call and that would have been solved on the spot. It sounds like the air conditioner in your room was working just fine, but perhaps you were having a problem working the remote. We would have sent someone down immediately (carrying a blanket) to help you with its operation had we of known. We like to think that all of our rooms are nice as they have all been renovated within the last several years; some are just larger than others. They range all the way from one room with a full bath and one queen bed; to a three bedroom suite with a living room, two and a half baths, one king bed, three queens, a pull-out sofa, and a mini-kitchen. Since you liked the suite where the bride was staying, we will be more than happy to reserve that one for you next time you are down. I do appreciate all the nice things you said about our grounds, staff, location, views, bar, etc. I just wish that there were things under our control that we could have done to have taken you over the top.
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Property: The Palms at Pelican Cove
Address: 4126 La Grande Princesse, Christiansted 00820, St. Croix
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Location: Caribbean > U.S. Virgin Islands > St. Croix > Christiansted
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#1 Romantic Hotel in Christiansted
#1 Family Hotel in Christiansted
#2 On the Beach Hotel in Christiansted
#2 Top resorts Hotel in Christiansted
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — The Palms at Pelican Cove 3.5*
Number of rooms: 40
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Palms at Pelican Cove sits on 7 acres of coconut palms and white sand beach, and is just 3 miles west of Christiansted. There is swimming in front of the property, and with Long Reef just a few yards off shore, excellent snorkeling (day and night) is also available. We provide complimentary snorkel gear and tours of the reef. Our freshwater pool is one of the largest on the island and is regularly used by SCUBA for introductory dive lessons. We have a tennis court and complimentary gear. There are many hiking trails on the island and we regularly make excursions with guests. There are 40 spacious rooms at the hotel, and all offer panoramic oceanfront views from expansive terraces. All rooms are air conditioned, and are equipped with a small refrigerator and coffee maker. The Palms Restaurant is located on property and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Mahogany Bar is located beachside, serves up wonderful beverages, and has a late night bar menu. The front desk is open 24/7 and security is provided around the clock. Wireless internet access is complimentary. The Palms won the 2010 Best Beach Resort and Best Hotel on St. Croix as voted by readers of the Virgin Islands Daily News. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
The Palms At Pelican Cove Hotel Christiansted
Palms At Pelican Cove Christiansted
Palms Pelican Cove
Palms At Pelican Cove Hotel
The Palms At Pelican Cove St. Croix/Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands

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