US Virgin Islands Hotel & Tourism Association

bolongologoIf diving for bottles of Caribbean rum in turquoise waters is a bit more tempting than raking leaves, shoveling snow and sweating blistering summer temperatures, then Bolongo Bay Beach Resort in St. Thomas is the place to make reservations. The Caribbean’s most entertaining resort is offering big savings, but only for those who book by Oct. 15

These special savings are good for Bolongo Bay’s daily rate and its popular all-inclusive rate, which includes a la carte dining and drinks.

Travel dates                Room Type                        Daily Rate (EP)                           All-Inclusive Rate

Oct. 2016                        Ocean View Room      $175 (50% off $350)                   $431 (30% off $615)

Value Room                 $150 (40% off $250)                    $386 (25% off $515)

Nov. – Dec. 24, 2016   Ocean View Room      $210 (40% off $350)                   $431 (25% off $615)

Value Room                 $175 (30% off $250)                    $330 (20% off $515)

Jan. 1 – April 2017       Ocean View Room      $287 (30% off $410)                   $556 (20% off $695)

Value Room                 $220 (20% off $275)                   $506 (15% off $595)

May – Dec. 24, 2017    Ocean View Room      $245 (30% off $350)                   $461 (25% off $615)

Value Room                 $200 (20% off $250)                   $412 (20% off $515)

Daily rates begin as low as $125 per night (regularly $250) and all-inclusive rates begin at $258 per night (regularly $515). Room-only rates are subject to 12.5 percent government tax and 7 percent service charge. Both room-only rates and all-inclusive rates are subject to a $10 per day energy surcharge. Rates are based on double occupancy, valid for new bookings only and not combinable with other offers. A 3-night minimum is required.

At Bolongo Bay, fun in the sun is always included. All non-motorized water sports are complimentary including Hobie Cats, stand up paddleboards, windsurfers, kayaks and snorkel gear. Iggies, one of the best beach bars in the Caribbean, offers live entertainment nightly and is home to the monthly Full Moon Party (upcoming dates: Oct. 15, Nov. 12 and Dec. 10). Guests who visit over a Thursday can join in the resort’s famous weekly Snorkel Booze Hunt where it’s “finders, keepers” in diving for free bottles of Caribbean rum.

The fun staff of the resort’s 53’ catamaran, Heavenly Days, offers guests sailing excursions including the Sunset Harbor Cocktail Cruise and Swim with the Turtles snorkeling adventure. Motorized watersports are also available. The on-site St. Thomas Dive Club, a 5-star PADI training facility, offers scuba services for all skill levels and its dive boats are located right at Bolongo Bay.

No passport? No problem! Located in the U.S. Virgin Islands, American citizens do not need a passport to visit Bolongo Bay, and there are many direct flights available to St. Thomas.

To book your vacation, call 1-800-524-4746, e-mail or visit

About Bolongo Bay Beach Resort

Family owned since 1974, Bolongo Bay Beach Resort on St. Thomas is a flip-flop casual, fun resort where everyone knows your name. With 64 true beachfront rooms and ten value rooms for the more budget minded traveler, Bolongo is recognized as one of the Five Best Resorts on St. Thomas by Caribbean Journal. Activities include complimentary non-motorized water sports, weekly Snorkel Booze Hunt where it’s “finders, keepers” for Caribbean rum buried in Bolongo Bay, scuba diving, catamaran sails, two oceanfront restaurants and nightly entertainment at Iggies, one of the Caribbean’s best beach bars. Located in the U.S. Virgin Islands, American citizens do not need a passport to visit.