Lovango Resort + Beach Club is the first newly built resort in the U.S. Virgin Islands in more than 30 years and prepares to return for its second season. Welcoming guests back Dec. 20, the resort will sport some new accommodations and guest experiences.
This season, the resort debuts luxury glamping tents with outdoor showers, glamping tent duo accommodations for families and an exclusive landing craft adventure to Honeymoon Beach.
“We are incredibly excited to begin the upcoming season with our new accommodations and offerings at Lovango Resort + Beach Club,” said Mark and Gwenn Snider, owners, Lovango Resort + Beach Club. “We look forward to extending our hospitality to returning and new guests with our beautiful settings.”
The new Glamping Tents are designed by Michael Kramer of Michael Thomas & Co., designed the new Glamping Tents, ranging 800 to 1,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor space and each offering outdoor showers and stunning views of the Caribbean and surrounding nature. If traveling with a big group or your family, try the new glamping tent duo option. It can accommodate up to four adults and three children and features a private deck. The intuitive design of these accommodations was carefully curated with sustainability in mind, as well as spacious and luxurious fixtures.
Guests also have the opportunity to visit Honeymoon Beach with a new landing craft afternoon service. Hop aboard Lovango’s private vessel for a five-minute journey to Honeymoon Beach, part of the National Park Services’ beaches on St. John. You’ll have your toes in the sand while enjoying use of beach chairs, Champagne, delicious meals, yoga, massages and more.
The resort also announced the introduction of the all-new Treetop Lounge. All guests enjoy access to this lounge, which offers stunning views as well as a great location for breakfast, afternoon cocktails and a chance to meet other overnighters.
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