From Antigua to Jamaica, the Caribbean is known for its gorgeous resorts situated across the many islands that comprise the region. One of these resorts stands out among the many to choose from: The Village at St. James Club. Nestled on a secluded 100-acre peninsula between tropical gardens and two beaches, this location is surrounded by pristine, clear waters.
Offering an all-inclusive package for smaller units and a non-all-Inclusive plan for two-bedroom villas, there is much to do on this Antiguan peninsula. Schedule a day of snorkeling or take a catamaran tour. Perhaps you’d rather stay on the property for a round of golf or a tennis match? And furthermore, there’s a lot that goes into deciding which beach to spend your day on, for they both have very different personalities – the calm, reassuring shores of Mamora Bay or the adrenaline inducing surf of Coco Beach.
Most of the units are beachfront, with one king bed or two full beds, and in general will host an occupancy of three to eight people. The rooms come with excellent dark-colored furnishings brightly accented with pops of color from the bedding and wall art. And since this is an all-inclusive property, there are fantastic dining options to choose from. Enjoy the Rainbow Garden Restaurant, the Mamora Bay Café, the Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar, and five more eateries. Just keep in mind that a few of these restaurants carry a dress code for certain hours of the day.
If you’re looking for that spring break getaway or a memorable way to celebrate an anniversary, look no further than The St. James Club in Antigua.