Awesome site for the family. The pool is huge, the kids an "I" loved the swim up bar (milkshakes for the kids). Resturants on site were super clean and great food, and good prices. We found a very small italian resturant down the street with excellant food, more casual, and super cheap prices. Prefer to stay in the villas than the main hotel. Island has moderate tiems to explore, but mainly there to relax by the pool or by the private beach. Saw great fish off the reef. We've been there three times, each time over 10 days. Kids prefer this vafcation over Disney, if you beleive that. Again, greta hotel, great location. Only drawback is airfare to get there, but if you use points, better yet!!!!!!!!!!!!
Agree. This is one of our favorite locations. The villas are the best choice. Try to get beachfront with ocean view by the main pool. Perfect location to beach and pool. The service was fantastic. We went in June while the island was slow and we were treated like royalty. A lot fun secluded beaches and coves. Kids loved the green monkeys at the fort. We made one mistake and drank the local water on the last day.
My family and I went to St. Kitts last May and it remains one of our most memorable family vacations. The beach is awesome with great sand for sand castles. Restaurant choices aside from the Marriott resort itself are somewhat limited. Don't miss the beach at Turtle Bay. The sand is more course than at the Marriott, but this beach has great local flavor that includes a large boar named "Wilbur". This is also a good place to watch the monkeys and the food and beverage prices are much lower than those near the resort.
More St. Kitts threads:
Saint Kitts Marriott Condominiums http://www.rewards-insiders.marriott.com/docs/DOC-1195
Can any one give my wife and I suggestion on what to do and what to see in St. Kitts? This is our first visit there and trying to make the most of my week there. If you have resturant suggestions that would also be appreciated.
My wife and I are considering whether to go to the Marriott Curacao in March. We are looking for a location with a good beach, warm weather and snorkeling. We aren't sold on Curacao as of yet so want to see what others have experienced or
I am going to the Marriott Frenchmans Reef Hotel on St. Thomas in July. I have been reading some horrific reviews on this property and hope they are not correct. Has anyone been here recently that can share their experience? Many thanks.