In St Croix, history, horticulture & hospitality reside at The Buccaneer Resort


The Manor House, which is still in use today, was built in 1653 by the Knights of Malta. The sugar mill, constructed in 1733, now serves as a venue for weddings. Former slave quarters dating back 250 years provide lodging.


It’s not often a visit to a destination hotel includes a history tour spanning several centuries. But history permeates the grounds of The Buccaneer on St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Just a ten minute drive from island capital Christiansted, it was opened by Douglas Armstrong in 1947, making it the Caribbean's longest running hotel, as well as the only one still operated by the same family.

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