About Point Pleasant Resort

At Point Pleasant Resort on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, you will enjoy extraordinary views, a fantastic location, and friendly service, along with three pools and two restaurants, creating an unforgettable vacation experience. Located on a 15-acre hillside preserve, the resort overlooks beautiful Water Bay, the Caribbean Sea, and the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. We are three minutes away from Coki Beach and Coral World, five minutes away from Red Hook and the ferry boats, one mile from Lindquist Beach, and just thirty minutes from the Cyril E. King Airport (STT). Point Pleasant Resort is the perfect place to stay for a Virgin Islands vacation!

Meet Your New Island Family

Meet Your New Island Family

Only by booking through the resort will you exclusively receive the seamless resort experience provided by our team of resort employees rather than a single property owner. No one knows the islands like our friendly, local staff. They have the best information on activities, entertainment, restaurants, and transportation.

Resort Amenities

Resort Amenities

Swim in three swimming pools or snorkel right off our small intimate beach. Dine at our two restaurants, Shoreline Bar & Grille and Mirador, both featuring breathtaking views. For exercise, walk our hills or explore our very own nature trail and gazebo overlook. The Lobby Shop offers beverages, snacks, personal care items, and other conveniences. Shuttle service is available around the resort.

Enhance Your Stay

Enhance Your Stay

Our staff is eager to help you plan activities ranging from island boat hopping tours, fishing or sailing charters, boat rentals, snorkel and scuba diving, or simply enjoying our rich island history and attractions. Let us help you choose between endless beaches, including some located in national or local parks. 

St. Thomas is among approximately 100 jewel-like islands that dot the blue waters of the northern Caribbean. The islands were visited by Columbus in 1493. For the next two centuries, the only Europeans to come to the islands were pirates, but in the 17th century, Danish settlers built vast sugar plantations using slave laborers imported from Africa. The Old World architecture of its towns and villages, coupled with its tropical climate and cooling trade winds, make the islands an ideal vacation spot.

We recommend enjoying three beaches on St. Thomas: Magens Bay, Coki Point, and Lindquist Beach. They are very different from one another and provide a great feel for the different types of beaches on the Island. Take the ferry to St. John and explore the town of Cruz Bay and the beaches located inside the Virgin Islands National Park. At night, the town of Red Hook, just a few miles away from the resort, is the tourist nightlife and restaurant hub of St. Thomas. Shopping and visiting our largest city, Charlotte Amalie, during the days is also a must-do.