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Where to stay in St. John

What's St. John Like?

People go to St. John to soak up the sun at Trunk Bay and to catch a glimpse of famous monuments like Annaberg Plantation. Travelers also like this tropical city for its beautiful island views. Collect beach glass at top spots like Honeymoon Beach and Maho Beach. While here, you may want to make time for other popular sights such as Virgin Islands National Park and Cinnamon Bay Beach.

Where are the Best Places to Stay in St. John?

Below are the number of accommodations by star rating in St. John and the surrounding area:

  • • 11 5-star accommodations from NZD 273 per night
  • • 42 4-star accommodations from NZD 171 per night
  • • 32 3-star accommodations from NZD 137 per night
  • • 3 2-star accommodations from NZD 146 per night

How to Get to St. John

Flights to St. John

  • • St. Thomas (SPB-St. Thomas Seaplane Base), 13.5 mi (21.8 km) from central St. John
  • • Tortola (EIS-Terrance B. Lettsome Intl.), 14.9 mi (23.9 km) from central St. John
  • • St. Thomas (STT-Cyril E. King), 15.6 mi (25 km) from central St. John

Things to See and Do in St. John

What to See in St. John

  • • Virgin Islands National Park
  • • Annaberg Plantation
  • • Trunk Bay
  • • Honeymoon Beach
  • • Maho Beach

Things to Do in St. John

  • • St. John Spice
  • • Mongoose Junction
  • • Elaine Lone Sprauve Library and Museum

Other Popular St. John Attractions

  • • Cinnamon Bay Beach
  • • Caneel Bay Beach
  • • Waterlemon Cay
  • • Jumbie Beach
  • • Salomon Beach

When Is the Best Time to Visit St. John?

  • • Hottest months: August, July, September, June (average 90°F)
  • • Coldest months: February, January, March, December (average 73°F)
  • • Rainiest months: September, October, November, and August (average 5.00 inches of rainfall)