St James Club - Antigua All-Inclusive beachfront room | SALE for $1299pp:
Popular with families during summer and holidays and with couples during winter, this resort attracts an international clientele. Because it occupies an entire peninsula of 100 acres this hotel can seem like an island onto itself, with tranquil Mamora Bay to its west and the windswept Atlantic Ocean to the east. Green hills provide a backdrop for beaches of white sand.
Two beaches, Mamora Beach and Coco Beach, each almost one a half-mile long are protected by a barrier reef. Serving as the water-sports center, Mamora Bay's crescent beach is lapped by calm water and includes two wood docks ending in large sundecks furnished with lounge chairs. From the second beach, snorkelers head out to explore the coral offshore. Four pools, including one for children, provide freshwater swimming. The main pool features a 270-degree sea view. The resort's villa section includes a three-level bay-view pool and the fourth pool overlooks the open sea.
- Marina on site
- Poolside bar
- Spa services on site
- Full-service health spa
- Complimentary newspapers in lobby
- Health club
- Restaurant(s) in hotel
- Parking (free)
- Hair salon
- Tour assistance
- Swimming pool
- Massage - treatment room(s)
- Concierge desk
- Fitness equipment
- Room service (limited hours)
The majority of amenities, activities, and gratuities at this resort are included in the room rate.
Guests can enjoy Swedish, foot, hand, stomach, and aromatherapy massage in an open-air tent overlooking the sea. Or they can head to the health-and-beauty spa building for massages plus mud wraps, scrubs, facials, waxing, and hair and nail care (surcharges for all massages, spa products, services, and treatments).
The resort's air-conditioned casino opens nightly with Caribbean poker, roulette, blackjack, craps, and slot machines. A dress code is followed in the casino, Jacaranda Bar, and restaurant dinner period. It requires long pants, collared shirts, and closed-toe shoes for men.
Restaurants & Bars:
From the international buffets of The Rainbow Garden to the grilled specialties of The Docksider and Mediterranean cuisine of Piccolo Mondo, dining at St. James?s Club is all about choice. Our three main restaurants are located near the pool, by the water's edge or on a panoramic hillside overlooking Mamora Bay, each delightful venue complemented by mouthwatering cuisine and attentive service.
THE RAINBOW GARDEN is The Club?s principal restaurant. It is set amidst the resort's tropical gardens, its spacious dining room opening out onto a terrace overlooking the pool. From generous buffets showcasing fresh seafood to a la carte menus featuring prime steaks, guests can anticipate memorable evenings here, Mondays particularly popular for the live calypso music and international buffets.
THE DOCKSIDER is distinguished by its alfresco setting right on the edge of tranquil Mamora Bay. Traditionally only open after dark, it offers grilled favorites such as fish kebabs and sirloin steaks, with specialty dishes like freshly-caught lobster and prime beef tenderloin also on the menu.
PICCOLO MONDO is the resort's fine dining restaurant. Its sequestered hillside setting in The Village is enhanced by creative cuisine inspired by the Mediterranean and Caribbean. Deep-fried calamari, fresh lobster and grilled beef tenderloin can all feature here, the international specialties complemented by fine wines and choice desserts. Open on selected evenings for dinner. Please note all-inclusive guests pay a $35 surcharge per person to dine at Piccolo Mondo.
St. James?s Club guests can also enjoy the more informal dining experience of COCO'S restaurant overlooking the palm-fringed Atlantic shoreline. Coffees and teas are also available in the GARDEN PATIO.