Far From It, Yet Close To Everything
We are serving The Exceptional at St. John's newest luxury villa!
Summer is filling up fast! Be sure to check our calendar.
5 Bedrooms, 5.5 Bathrooms, 45 Foot Infinity Pool
Spectacular Views, Only 4 Minutes from Cruz Bay
Sleeps 10 Adults and up to 4 Children under 13.
Book direct with us and save hundreds of dollars.
See our Rates, Dates and policies page.
Please email inquiries to info@StJohnPearl.com
Gaia’s Pearl is St. John’s newest luxury home nestled on a gentle slope in highly desirable Contant Point, only four minutes drive to Cruz Bay. Gaia’s Pearl modern architecture takes advantage of the trade-wind breezes that Contant Point is famous for with magnificent, unobstructed, 270 degree views overlooking Great Cruz Bay, Pillsbury Sound and St. Thomas.
Gaia's Pearl was meticulously designed and decorated to satisfy the demands of the most discriminating Caribbean traveler. Sunbathe, dine or simply lounge with your favorite libation on the breathtaking poolside veranda highlighted by a 45-foot infinity pool with spectacular sunset views 365 days a year. Once the sun goes down, enjoy tropical living with family and friends while grilling on the hillside leeward terrace.
Move the gathering indoors to Gaia’s Pearl large, air-conditioned living area with a Chef inspired kitchen, dining for 10+, and a 75 inch TV with surround sound. Large sliding glass doors on either side of the living area that lead to the pool veranda and the leeward terrace assure delightful breezes throughout the house. (No need for air conditioning.)
When it is time to retire for the day, ensconce yourself in the comfort of one of Gaia’s Pearl’s five luxuriously appointed air-conditioned guest suites. From each king size room enjoy your morning coffee on a private balcony overlooking Pillsbury Sound or Great Cruz Bay. Prepare for your next adventure, or a night out on the town in a distinctive bathroom with an open air rain tree shower and ocean views.
Experience the Exceptional at Gaia’s Pearl, "Far From It, Yet Close to Everything"