Property ID: 4222
Address: 5000 Chenay Bay St. Croix VI 00824 USA
Chenay Bay Beach Resort is a secluded little resort on one of St. Croix's finest beaches with access to a fabulous snorkeling reef just offshore. The resort is on a hillside overlooking the sea, with a large freshwater pool, a beachfront restaurant, windsurfing school, two tennis courts, and a water sports center. As a guest of Chenay Bay Beach resort, you can also enjoy unlimited use of snorkeling and kayak equipment, available on site.
Car Rental (2 Miles)
Fitness Center (2 Miles)
Jacuzzi/Hot tub (Onsite)
Laundry facilities (2 Miles)
Medical facility (4 Miles)
Salon (2 Miles)
Swimming pool (Onsite)
Snack Bar: Yes
Boating (2 Miles)
Child care (Onsite)
Entertainment / Nightlife (Onsite)
Fishing (2 Miles)
Golf (1 Miles)
Horseback Riding (5 Miles)
Scuba Diving (Onsite)
Shopping (3 Miles)
Water Skiing (2 Miles)
Windsurfing (2 Miles)
St. Croix/Virgin Islands - STX (6 Miles)
The airport is approximately 5.5 miles from the resort (a 30-minute drive). From the airport take Route 64 East to Route 70 East to Christiansted. Then take Route 82 East to the resort.
Check In: 15:00
Check Out: 11:00
Weeks Check In Days: Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday, Friday, Monday, Thursday
Points Check In Days: Wednesday, Saturday
Mandatory Usage Fee is 18.00 U.S. dollars. Cash or Credit is accepted.
Mandatory Environment Tax is 25.00 U.S. dollars. Cash or Credit is accepted. Per night
Please check with resort for smoking policy.
The resort is open, rooms are ok, except there is no restaurant.The phone lines are still down, and resort is on generator power right now. Guest can also email the resort at firstname.lastname@example.org if they have additional questions. There is an hourly fee for following water sports: Kayaks - $25.00 per hour, Snorkel - $15.00 per hour, Paddle boards - $30.00 per hour, Tri Marans - $50.00 per hour
Credit card imprint required upon check-in at the resort.
New law for resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands. As part of this law, an “Environmental/Infrastructure Impact Fee” will go into effect May 1, 2017, and will require each occupied timeshare unit to pay a $25 fee per night.