We provide all the essentials and conveniences so that you can travel light and still have everything that you need and desire for a totally enjoyable and comfortable vacation.
Internet: High speed internet and Wi-Fi.
Coffee: Both cone shaped drip coffee maker & Keurig machine provided
Sound System: Portable blue tooth music system
Telephone Calls: Cell service is available at our Villa.
Laundry: Our villa has one set of washers and dryers for your use. When doing the laundry, Please remember - help conserve water by only running a complete load of wash (this goes for the dishwasher too)!
Supplies: Soaps, shampoos, foil, saran wrap, dish washing detergent, laundry detergent, 2 rolls of toilet paper per bathroom and 2 rolls of paper towels per stay.
Soft Goods: Bed linens, pillows, bath towels, wash cloths & 1 Beach Towel per guest
Security: Neither Chocolate Hole nor St. John have crime issues, however good judgment should always be taken anywhere you travel.
Entertainment: TV's are located in each bedroom as well as the family/ kitchen area.
Air Conditioning and Ceiling Fans: Central A/C for the entire villa.
Water Purification: Water purification and filtration system with a sediment filter, a charcoal filter and a ultra violet light replaced on a regular schedule.
Kitchen and Cooking: Professional Gas range and ovens, microwave, Outdoor gas grill, built-in refrigerator with ice machine, wine/ beverage cooler, dishwasher.
Cell Phones: Always check with your carrier for most up to date information. Verizon for Apple 6 or higher Verizon states you can use your domestic talk, text and data in the US virgin Islands at no additional charge. Enjoy your trip! Destination network speeds 2G & 3G. You can also get An AT&T "Go Phone" purchase in the states for under $100 is a good alternative. You typically pay $1.00 the first time each day that you use it and $.10 per minute after that. If you put $100 on it, the minutes will be good for a year. Your cell phone may inadvertently switch to a BVI network which is very expensive. If that should happen, your cell phone company should remove the charges once you explain you were never in the BVI's.