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Save on Flamboyan Staycations “For Locals Only”

boy leaps into the air into the upper pool at flamboyan on the bay

Written by Coconut Post

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.

October, 2021

the inside of a suite at flamboyan on the bay st thomas usvi

Above: One-bedroom units at Flamboyan include a queen-size pull-out couch in the living room. Max. four guests. $279 — plus tax — for two nights, three days.

Top of the page: Now is the time to jump on 25-percent savings during Flamboyan Resort’s Staycation Getaway deals.

Living in the Virgin Islands has its perks — but even those residing in paradise need to “get away from it all” now and then.

If you’ve been craving a change of pace but hesitate to travel, your friends at Flamboyan have a great idea.

Why not book a
Staycation Getaway?

Prices start at just $189 — plus tax — for two nights and three days. What a deal!

Enjoy two pools, lounge areas, heated jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, plus the added convenience of an on-premise coffee shop, bar, and restaurant.

Each unit features a fully appointed kitchenette, private patio, TV, A/C, free Wi-Fi — and the entire seven-acre property runs on a dual-powered generator system.

Whether you plan on taking half-mile walks to nearby Magens Beach, chill in your room, play tennis, take a chance at VLT gaming, or socialize at the pool or restaurant, this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for — but hurry! Rooms sell out fast.

For general resort information, click HERE.

For information about our on-premise dining, click HERE.

To book your Flamboyan Staycation getaway,
call 340-777-6000.

Right: Each unit at Flamboyan Resort features a fully appointed kitchenette with dual-burners, microwave, coffee pot, blender, and mini-fridge.

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



Legends portray Bluebeard as a slick pirate who married multiple times — murdering each bride to make way for the next. The closest version to the swashbuckler’s story was the central character in a 17th-century French folktale about a wealthy man who fatally ’eliminated’ his wives. In other words, Bluebeard is a totally fictional figure. On the other hand, Edward Teach — better known as Blackbeard — was a real-life English pirate whose nickname was rooted in his long black hair and beard. Fearsome in appearance, he would tie slow-burning matches to both hair and beard, distracting foes with the menacing look of thick smoke billowing all around him.


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