The U.S. Virgin Islands will celebrate their 100th anniversary, commemorating the historic moment when what had been the Danish West Indies officially became a U.S. territory. The Buccaneer, a hotel that has been a part of St. Croix’s thriving tourism scene since it first opened its doors to guests in December 1947, is working in tandem with the Islands’ Department of Tourism to commemorate the centennial with a travel deal that’s available to guests through the end of this year.
The Department of Tourism is offering $300 in VI spending credits to visitors who book their trips via the tourism office website and apply the promotion code “CP17.” These credits can be used toward meals and activities throughout the islands. When booking, visitors should simply select The Buccaneer as their hotel of choice. This offer is good for reservations made between now and October 1, 2017, and trips must take place by December 31, 2017. Details are outlined on The Buccaneer’s website, www.TheBuccaneer.com.
March 21, 2017