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Flamboyan Offers Pool & Tennis Club Membership

a person swimming in the Magens View Pool at Flamboyan on the Bay

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Whether you’re in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands as a visitor, a local — or always in spirit — Coconut Post keeps you posted on fun-filled news ’n views. Published monthly by Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas, we’re focused on sharing our people, places, and fun things happening in paradise.

January, 2021

the garden level pool at Flamboyan on the bay

Above: If you prefer to relax in quiet surroundings, the lower garden pool at Flamboyan is available to club members. A hot tub is located adjacent to the pool.

Top of the page: As a member of Flamboyan Resort’s Pool & Tennis Club, you can take a dip anytime of day, including after dining poolside at RooT 42. 

Flamboyan Resort suggests starting off 2021 by treating yourself to annual membership in the resort’s new Pool & Tennis Club. What a perfect way for you and the family to enjoy outdoor fun in the sun — and get plenty of healthy exercise, too.

Think of it! When you enjoy lunch or Happy Hour at RooT 42 Bar & Grill — or order takeout items from Northside Grind — you can jump in your choice of two sparkling pools — and enjoy 15% discounts on food and soft drinks. 

Plus — all year long — feel free to stretch out on the poolside lounge chairs, use the Wifi, exercise in the water, take a refreshing swim, and relax in the hot tub. You also get a key to private restrooms with showers.

Access to the lighted tennis courts is included, as well. Members also receive 25% discounts on hotel rooms. 

Single annual membership starts at $350 for 365-day access — less than one dollar per day. Couples and Family Memberships are a great value, as well.

For details, stop by the front desk at Flamboyan Resort or call 340-777-6000

For more info on tennis activities, call Coach John Hairston, USPTR, at 540-538-0937

Several people playing tennis on tennis courts.

Club members enjoy access to lighted tennis courts — by advance reservation.   

a round photo of a half of a coconut wearing yellow sunglasses shaped like flowers


A bit about Magens Beach

Early maps of St. Thomas refer to this site as Great Northside Bay. The name, Magens Bay, evolved from ownership by Vice Governor Jacob Jorgenson Magens (1682-1731) and his heirs. The land changed hands in the 20th century, and later was acquired by Wall Street financier Arthur S. Fairchild who, in 1946, donated 56-acres of the beach and surrounding area to the Municipality of St. Thomas and St. John for use as a public park.


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