Welcome to your dream vacation! 

Please see below for important information and helpful hints to make your stay enjoyable. 

Contact Information 

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out either through the short-term rental platform which will alert us both via email and text, direct email (reservations@tnlbeachfun.com) or through the website contact forms. 

House Rules

This is our dream getaway, and we love sharing it with our guests. Please treat the condo and surrounding area as if it were your own. 

  • Check-in time is 3:00 pm. Check-out time is 11:00 am SHARP.  
  • Quiet time is from 10:00 pm – 8:00 am.  
  • No pets, smoking or parties. This includes on the balcony and common areas of the building such as walkways. Smoking in the unit or on the balcony will result in the forfeiture of your cleaning/damage deposit. 
  • Help keep your unit clean. When returning from the beach, rinse the sand from your feet and beach gear at the spigot by the steps.  
  • No towels on the outside railings. Also, NO WET ITEMS ON FURNITURE. You will find a drying rack near the dresser. Depending on weather, this can be placed outside for you to hang wet/damp towels and suits on. We would suggest bringing the rack and items inside during the night as it often rains in the early morning. Damage caused to furniture due to wet items will result in forfeiture of your damage/cleaning deposit.  
  • Please do not clean or cook fish in the unit. It is a small space, and the smell is hard to remove. Many restaurants in the area will cook caught fish for you. 
  • Water and electric resources are valuable on an island. Please help us conserve!  
    All doors must be totally shut while using the AC. Please do not set the AC below 74 degrees. 

 Exit Cleaning Instructions

  • Wash and put away all dishes. Dishes left unwashed will incur an additional $25 cleaning fee. 
  • If outdoor grill is used, you must clean it, otherwise an additional $25 grill cleaning fee will be charged. 
  • Empty all trash bins to the receptacles at the end of the stairs, or to the larger unit by the marina. 
  • All towels can be piled and left on the bathroom floor. Any missing towels will incur a $15 per bath towel fee, and a $25 beach towel fee. **Please make sure you have this unit’s towels, not any from another unit. 
  • Make sure beach chairs and snorkel gear is returned to the closet. Missing items will be charged a fee based on the item/items missing. 
  • All items in the refrigerator and freezer must be thrown out or an additional $25 cleaning fee will apply. 

Any excess cleaning and/or removal of trash may result in forfeiture of your cleaning/damage deposit.

Details on the Condo

The condo comes fully stocked for your enjoyment. Items include: 

  • Pots/pans, dishes and serving utensils 
  • One roll of paper towels Dishwashing liquid, cloth and drying towel 
  • Keurig coffee pot 
  • TV with streaming service and limited basic cable
  • Extra pillows and spare blanket 
  • Iron and Ironing board 
  • Bath, hand and beach towels based on the number of guests 
  • Starter shampoo and body wash 
  • Four rolls of toilet paper 
  • Hair dryer 
  • Beach chairs and small cooler (additional supplies required are at guest expense) 


Internet is available in your guest suite. You will receive the log-in and password to access the Internet in a separate welcome letter.


The USVI uses standard US 120V power system. Please note: as with many islands, power outages do happen on occasion and are out of our control. Most often, outages are brief. It is a great time to head to the beach, or one of the restaurants/bars in Red Hook as most have their own generator for power.



There are many taxis that cover the island. There is a taxi stand right at the entrance to Sapphire beach where you can request a taxi most hours of the day. If you take a ride you really like, ask for the driver's card so you can phone directly should you want to arrange more travel. 

When in town, you can ask the store/restaurant to call a taxi for you. Also, there are often taxis around you can just inquire with. Be careful though – there are non-licensed taxis on the island. Essentially, just locals that give you a ride for a bit less money. 

Also, note, taxi’s charge per person and you may share a taxi with others.
A taxi to or from Red Hook should run about $4-$5 per person. 

A couple of phone numbers for taxis you can also take with you when out and about:
East End Taxi: +1 (340) 775-6974
Marley’s Taxi Service: +1 (340) 998-1380  (Or you can message them on Facebook) 
VI Taxi: +1 (340) 774-7457   

Public Transportation

Open-air omnibus service on Saint Thomas is provided by so-called “safaris,” which loop around the island. One may board a safari near the “Sapphire Beach Resort” sign at the top of the hill on the main road. The fare to Red Hook is $1.00. The fare to Charlotte-Amalie is $2.00. Note: the busses go only one direction. When headed “into town” they will stop at the Kmart in Tutu plaza. Most of the time, they then continue on to Charlotte Amalie. You may want to verify with the driver if this is the case. On the way back, they again stop and Kmart and then usually continue on through the loop back towards Sapphire and Red Hook. Note, there is no schedule and the busses generally stop running about dusk or around 6:00 during the summer when it stays light later.   

Car Rental

If you are renting a vehicle, remember to always drive on the LEFT, as one would in England or Japan. During peak season, renting can be a challenge if not pre-arranged. If you find yourself in this predicament, and have access to Facebook, there are several St. Thomas groups where you could pose the questions. Again, be careful – Only Rent from a Company you can verify.   


When you arrive, please inform the security guard you will be staying in F206 and the dates of your stay. You should get a parking pass. If not, that is ok, it just means they are not very busy and not requiring parking passes.

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