Arrive in Style
VIP Airport Transfers

For your convenience, book a luxury SUV transfer from the Cyril E. King airport directly to Frenchman’s Reef and enjoy the quiet and comfortable ride. Featuring a welcome experience that introduces you to the island, this is the way to begin your vacation.

No Passport Required
An Island Of Discovery

Frenchman’s Reef puts travelers at the heart of discovery and adventure in St. Thomas. From the moment you land at Cyril E. King Airport, you’re treated to world-class comfort and care, including complimentary car service to and from the airport. The ideal base for exploring St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix, as well as the British Virgin Islands, we offer an on-site activity concierge to help you plan your time in paradise: exciting water adventures, boat charters, and tours to popular local attractions and landmarks like Paradise Point, Bluebeard’s Castle, Drake’s Seat, and Fort Christian.

All Aboard

Discover endless ways to connect with the ocean aboard our private sailing catamaran, the Flying Frenchman. Sailing day and night from our resort dock, step aboard the sleekest cat in the USVI and cruise above the water to secret snorkel spots, enjoy a sunset sail to watch the sun dip below the horizon, or just enjoy the views with a champagne brunch on a weekend sail. With a wide offering of signature experiences and private excursions, you’ll discover the perfect intimate setting under the stars or that adventurous tour you’ve been waiting for.

Excursions depart directly from Frenchman’s Reef starting October 1, 2023.

Getting Here

The U.S. Virgin Islands are accessible from the U.S mainland with direct flights and connections to the Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas. The U.S. Virgin Islands can be reached through common hubs like New York, Miami, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Philadelphia, Ft. Lauderdale, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and Washington D.C. In addition, there are several flights departing daily from San Juan, Puerto Rico to St. Thomas.