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band/limbo nights. Snorkel lessons are given in one of the
hotel's two adjacent pools daily. Take the glass-enclosed ele-
vator down two levels to the beach if you prefer your swim in
salt water. Morning Star Beach also houses the Reef's tennis
courts, a pro shop, a small eatery and market.
The upper lobby has been greatly expanded and the red- and
gold-toned furniture has been placed to create intimate con-
versation areas. The lobby bar is adjacent to an outer terrace
that overlooks the entrance to the harbor. There is a small
upscale shopping arcade. At Presto Marketplace you can
pick up bagels and coffee for breakfast and deli sandwiches
for a picnic lunch.
The lower lobby is the hotel's dining and entertainment cen-
ter, incorporating the Reef's three restaurants. Windows
on the Harbour is best known for its steak, lobster and
elaborate seafood buffets. The Sunset Grill and Bar
serves lunch at poolside, while the Captain's Café offers a
light menu with deli-style sandwiches, burgers and salads.
Open for lunch and dinner, it has a popular bar as well.
Rooms and suites, both in the main building and in the
wings, are spacious and many have private terraces. There
are 21 duplex suites on the “Top of the Reef” floor of the hotel
tower and eight “lanai” suites on the ground floor of the Sun-
set wing. Rooms have king-size or double beds, cable TV,
voice mail, refrigerators, and in-room safes. There is a
health club and spa adjacent to the pools. (See Spas .)
The Adventure Water Sports Center has windsurfing
equipment, snorkel gear, kayaks and Jet Skis for guests.
They can arrange scuba trips, day-sails and fishing trips.
There is even an in-house helicopter for sightseeing. Tired of
driving? Take the water taxi from the hotel dock right into
Charlotte Amalie.
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