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I'm making my first trip to STJ in March. The cottage where I am staying does not offer laundry service. I found a few self service laundries listed on a website: Neptune Richard's, Paradise Laundry, Super Clean. Can anyone tell me if these are still in service? Clean? Convenient? Approximate cost? Etc. Yeah, I know, doing laundry while in Paradise... but I want to travel as light as possible. I certainly don't plan to spend a lot of time doing laundry on my vacation.


Posted : January 18, 2010 1:14 pm
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There are two laundry places on the way to Dolphin market coming out of Cruz Bay. Both are on the left hand side of the road and are convenient so you can throw a load of laundry in, hit the market for needed supplies, come back put load in dryer and walk down to Woody's or Quiet Mon and have some lunch or a cocktail, therefore not sitting in a laundromat for hours. We do it each year once before leaving STJ for JVD. I can't remember the pricing, I think we did 2 or 3 loads for under 15.00 that's wash and dry. They also sell detergents there so you don't have to buy a huge bottle and lug it around or waste it.

Posted : January 18, 2010 5:10 pm
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you'd really be surprised how few clothes you will actually need, but you can also ask you hosts for best options. they're a good place to start. doesn't hurt to ask...

Posted : January 18, 2010 8:43 pm

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