Things to do in St. John
Crystal blue waters and a temperate climate combine to make the perfect year-round setting for countless things to do in St. John. The island’s 30 pristine beaches invite you to participate in a wide array of watersports, including swimming, scuba diving, kayaking, sport fishing, parasailing, windsurfing, boating and snorkeling.
On shore, the resort offers a full-service spa
, on-site shopping, tennis with instruction on lighted, brand new turf courts and the WestinWORKOUT® Powered by Reebok fitness center. Cool off in the newly-resurfaced pool or enjoy the newest upgrades to the area including umbrellas, new chair cushions and lighting. Golf is available at the nearby Mahogany Run course on St. Thomas.
The Westin Kids Club®
will help engage your younger guests with indoor and outdoor supervised activities.
A Natural, Cultural Paradise
The resort is adjacent to the 7,000-plus acres of Virgin Islands National Park, a habitat for tropical birds, fish and plants and a renowned destination for hiking. The park’s beaches and trails offer unique views and scenic overlooks.
Of cultural interest are ancient petroglyphs carved by Taino Indians. Several historical sites, including the Annaberg plantation and Reef Bay Sugar Mill, reflect the island’s colonial past.
The Friends of Virgin Islands National Park
The Friends of Virgin Islands National Park is dedicated to the protection and preservation of the natural and cultural resources of Virgin Islands National Park and promotes the responsible enjoyment of this unique national treasure. Please visit their website
and join us in our quest.
2013 Flavors of St. John
In partnership with The Rotary Club of St. John, Inc., The Westin St. John Resort & Villas will host the club's largest annual fundraising event this year, Flavors of St. John. The event will be held November 23, 2013, in The Westin St. John main ballroom. Participating island restaurants will present their signature dishes for the coming season and guests are encouraged to sample, taste and vote for their favorites. Proceeds this year will go to The Rotary Club's $5,000 annual college scholarship fund as well as to other important projects in the St. John community. Be sure to attend this fun island event on Saturday, November 23 from 6:00-11:00pm.