Reinvented Vacation Villas Now Open as The Hills, Saint John.

The Hills, Saint John

A new management group has recently completed extensive renovations and upgrades to the former hurricane damaged Sirenusa property. The 22-villa destination has been elevated to new levels of sophisticated Caribbean charm and has been rebranded as The Hills, Saint John.

Nestled into the hillside above the bustling harbor town of Cruz Bay, The Hills is a beacon that welcomes visitors to St. John. This modern-day vacationer’s oasis is a lavish retreat from which to explore one of the most celebrated islands in the Caribbean.

“Our guests will find every detail has been beautifully refreshed. Rebuilt exteriors, lovely landscaping and interior upgrades are just the beginning of the new experience of The Hills,” said David Adams, Villa Association president.

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Built on five acres, The Hills residences are a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom villas with spacious kitchens accented with marble, en suite baths with full body spray showers, beautifully appointed bedrooms, spacious high ceiling living areas, private verandas with expansive island and ocean views, and a selection of villas with private pools.

Guest experiences have also been enhanced by the addition of The Clubhouse, a full-service restaurant, bar and activities center adjacent to the community pool with panoramic views of the Caribbean and the many neighboring islands. A fully equipped fitness center awaits those who don’t take a break from fitness while vacationing.

“Our new branding represents a renewed dedication to creating unforgettable memories as the luxury traveler’s villas of choice,” said Adams. “The Hills welcomes visitors to St. John as the ultimate Virgin Islands getaway. We invite travelers to set their compass and head for The Hills.”

Details about the resort and booking information can be found at www.TheHillsStJohn.com and on social media channels.

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