Our friends at Vacation St. Croix reported back that everyone is accounted for and doing well. They’ve all been working together to clean up after the storm and get ready for visitors.
The Vacation St. Croix team manages a beautiful portfolio of vacation villas on St. Croix. For the most part, Hurricane Maria only caused damage to the landscaping of the properties they manage. Only a few properties sustained exterior damage and they expect repairs to be completed within a month.
For now, Vacation St. Croix is taking reservations for January 1, 2018, and beyond. As power is restored across the island, they intend to open up reservations for villas with power prior to January. As a reminder, Governor Mapp’s goal is to have power restored to 90% of the island by Christmas.
Vacation St. Croix is offering “Risk Free Reservations” for 2018. Understanding that some may be a little hesitant to book their vacation to St. Croix, they are offering a full refund if your chosen villa does not have electricity before your arrival.
When asked if they think St. Croix will be ready for vacationers this winter, Vacation St. Croix said:
“Absolutely! Many restaurants are already open and welcoming customers. Charters are heading out to Buck Island and everyone is busy cleaning up. Come! St Croix can’t wait to show you our amazing hospitality and our beautiful island.
The two properties pictured, Clairmont Overlook and Solitude House, are both available for Christmas!