At Home In The Tropics Bed & Breakfast Inn Tour // St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands

At Home In The Tropics Bed & Breakfast Inn is quite possible the best accommodation option in St. Thomas, USVI. This family owned hotel/b&b is situated at a 5 minute walk from downtown Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas. Breakfast & WIFI is included in this amazing retreat on the island. For more info, check out their link below!

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At Home In The Tropics B&B:

At Home In The Tropics was definitely one of my highlights from this trip to St. Thomas, USVI. This inn is family operated and every breakfast is made with love and care every single morning! The breakfasts were so incredibly delicious that I might actually go back just to have the breakfasts... I hope they let me!

While staying at this bed & breakfast in St. Thomas, you'll really get a feel for the island vibe and culture. You're also a 5-10 minute walk to Charlotte Amalie, the downtown area. Here you can do walking tours, learn about the history of St. Thomas, eat some traditional Caribbean street food, go to museums, go shopping, and more!

The innkeepers of At Home In The Tropics Bed & Breakfast are incredibly friendly and just love to help out the guests and make sure you are comfortable during your stay there.

This tour of At Home In The Tropics includes the inn grounds, two bedroom tours (one room with balcony and another without private balcony), outdoor pool deck area, and lobby.

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