Concierge

Once you have reserved your villa, it’s highly recommended that you book your extra services well in advance! This applies for any reservation;   as soon as you reserve your villa, please begin speaking with your party about the activities, services, and special requests desired such as island weddings, excursions, provisioning, chefs, spa services, and tours. Go to RoyalIndulgence.com, the official Concierge web site of Caribbean Villas Management.

Here in the islands, we have a limited supply of reliable vendors and suppliers and we only work with reputable organizations and individuals to ensure quality, safety, and accountability.

If you will be arriving during a holiday time period, Spring Break, for a special event such as a regatta, or during a Carnival celebration, it is critically important that your rental cars, excursions, spa services, tours, etc., are booked and confirmed very far in advance.

Contact our Concierge Angela St. Hilaire for assistance.

Carnival celebrations by island and informational links

St. Croix – Crucian Christmas Carnival | activities begin in November, with the culmination during the Christmas Week – Three Kings’ Day (January 6)

St. John – St. John Festival | activities begin in June, with the culmination on during the week of USVI Emancipation Day (July 3). Please note, the parade is held on  American Independence Day (July 4). – Facebook page

St. Thomas – VI Carnival | activities begin in March/April;  dependent upon when Easter falls. Grand parades for children and adults come at the end of April or early May.

St. Martin – St. Martin Carnival | April-May festivities reflect a cultural and historical combination of activities now noted worldwide

Tortola – August Monday/Emancipation Festival | activities begin in July and culminate in the grand parade on August Monday; however, smaller celebrations by island region also take place as well.

Virgin Gorda – Easter Monday | activities begin in March and are dependent upon when Easter falls, with pageants, shows and a parade.

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