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Concordia Eco-Resort
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Reviewed March 26, 2010

Just returned from Concordia, (family of 4 with two children), and had a wonderful time! View from our tent - (E23 - regular not Premium) -was great, but due to lack of breeze we did experience more mosquitos than we would have in a Premium tent, which offers an even better view and breezes. Couple other things to note: If you are booking through Expedia and wish to rent a car / SUV in St. Thomas - don't. They offer vehicles through Hertz, who doesn't allow their vehicles off St. Thomas, duh. We made out ok after locating another rental company, (representative standing by to take advantage of this frequent occurance), but no 4 wheel drive vehicles were available. You need a 4 wheel in St. John due to the landscape and to get off road to some of the great snorkeling locations. Also, our 7 yr old Daughter got badly sunburned the first day. Lesson learned, use only waterproof sunblock or zinc. The staff at Concordia was very helpful and considerate. All and all a great trip, and the Coral Bay side of the island is way better then Cruz Bay - can't wait to return and will choose unplugged Eco Camping experience everytime!!

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled with family
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1  Thank FairallBaltimore
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Reviewed March 25, 2010

Estate Concordia has built 4 new studio units, and we stayed in one of them - a great one room unit with kitchen, queen bed, queen futon and large balcony. Everything was terrific: it was spotless and filled with windows and glass doors, making it light, airy and letting in the cool, constant ocean breezes. The views are amazing - hills, ocean and the occasional cruise liner passing in the distance. Concordia also has a relatively new pavilion that includes a bar and restaurant (open for dinner, delicious food if limited menu), office and covered area for family movies. The new studios are also very accessible, you can park nearby, and only a few stairs to navigate (two upper units are handicap accessible). There is no AC, but with breezes and a ceiling fan, this was no problem. The resort is very quiet and peaceful - there are a small number of eco-tents and other, older studios, so the small number of guests makes for an intimate setting. The eco-part is fun - solar power, eco-friendly building materials, natural landscaping, but there is plenty of luxury (warm showers, running water, great beds) to not make you feel like you're roughing it.
Some things you should know: this resort does NOT have its own beach - you must walk down a long, steep, rocky path for 15 minutes to reach the nearest beach, or drive 5 minutes, park and walk 5 minutes. This is not uncommon on St. John - only a few resorts have their own beaches, but you need to know. You'll need a car (they tell you this when you make reservations, believe them). The resort is on the far east end of the island, 45 minutes of tough, curvy driving from Cruz Bay. Exploring the island is part of the fun, and a car will enable you to visit lots of beaches, hiking trails, ruins, etc. It's a 15 minute drive to Coral Bay, a small enclave of shops, restaurants and bars - you can get supplies at Lily's Market (we did our own breakfast and lunch, then ate out for dinner). Miss Lucy's is the nearest restaurant (other than the one on the resort), 10 minute drive and the Caribbean food is amazing (not to mention the goats walking around, what a hoot) - a combo of fine dining and island quirky laid-back. We also enjoyed amazing food at Sweet Plaintains (French-Caribbean) but it was pricey.
On this part of the island, the beaches aren't quite as nice as they are on the northern edge, nor are they as accessible (you must hike some or drive on some very poor roads), some rocks on the shore and sea bottom (so bring swim shoes), but they are quieter and less populated and snorkeling is great. This is a terrific place, and we'd love to come back, but if you're considering it, know that it is NOT the same as staying at a luxury resort with a beach at your doorstep. Come for the natural beauty (the stars at night!), the quiet, the simple comforts of the studio, the ability to explore this paradise and to relax.

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled with friends
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10  Thank QuietTravelerInVA
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Reviewed March 22, 2010

Really an interesting concept and beautiful setting. Very quiet and laid back. We were here in upper 80 degree heat with very high humidity and were uncomfortable sleeping 2/4 nights at Concordia. Falling asleep to the waves and waking up to the beautiful sunrise over the ocean and soft ocean breeze on your face while you sip morning coffee on the balcony makes up for the rest. The tent itself (E9) was run down and kind of dirty; my husband woke up with suspicious bites though... I was not affected. Up-side is the view and quiet/serene atmosphere but the down-side was less than perfect dwelling with no A/C and scary bedding (stains but smelled of bleach). Overall good if you don't mind the dirt, mice and bugs.

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank geogeek22
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Reviewed March 12, 2010

My spouse and I, plus and other couple shared an eco-tent March 2-9 of this year. We will return with them. The tent was comfotable, tight but not cramped, and altogether satisfactory, but not conducive to marital intimacy. One other plus: while you can cook and eat as well as shopping permits in your tent, the Concordia Cafe offers a good and fairly priced dinner, with some of the best conch fritters around.

Stayed: March 2010
4  Thank theotherLebowski
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Reviewed March 12, 2010

We stayed at concordia in feb 2010. We were initially in a regular eco-tent until we upgraded to a premium tent (totally worth it for an extra 30 dollars!). The staff were lovely and helpful. We did an amazing boat trip with the stormy pestral boat. What also stood out was the food at concordia. their menu looks pretty basic - but the food itself was the best on the island. real salads, real gourmet cooking.

  • Stayed: February 2010, traveled as a couple
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