5 Nights All-Inclusive at St. James's Club
Mamora Bay, AG
Mamora Bay, AG
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Enjoy an all-inclusive five night vacation for two to Antigua, West Indies! This resort hosted the famous finale of the Bachelorette (Desiree & Chris). Tucked away on a secluded 100-acre peninsula on the southeastern coast of Antigua, the St. James's Club Resort & Villas exudes a casual, club-like ambiance. The exclusive hideaway caters to families, singles and couples with plenty of amenities and activities and has a longstanding reputation for exceptional service. Guests can retreat from the world or enjoy a wide array of island and water-based diversions. INCLUDES: - 5 Nights accommodation in New Junior Suite - All-inclusive dining (and drinking) at 7 fantastic restaurants - Non-motorized watersports such as kayaking, pedal boating, and sailing - Access to 6 pools, tennis courts, fitness center, salon, and spa Coco Beach is like an aquarium for snorkelers, while the calm waters of Mamora Bay are ideal for swimming. Exercise buffs enjoy the resort's six tennis courts and Fitness Center, while families appreciate the resort's children's area and the complimentary, award-winning Kidz Club (one child may be added at an additional cost). Airfare and ground transportation are not included. Location: Mamora Bay, AG Details: 5 nights / 1 bedrooms / Sleeps up to 2 Restrictions: Subject to availability. You'll contact the provider directly within 12 months of purchase to select dates and book the package. Valid: Valid May 1 - Nov 15
Located just 30 minutes from Antigua’s V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU), the 240-room St. James’s Club & Villas is ideal for family getaways or romantic retreats. Tucked away on a secluded 100-acre peninsula on the southeastern coast of Antigua, the combination of the island’s atmosphere with the resort’s luxurious amenities and activities makes for a one-of-a-kind island experience for all vacationers.
At St. James’s Club, guests can choose from spacious suites, luxurious villas or chic guestrooms. The resort features two distinct accommodations areas: The Club with 225 guestrooms, including the restaurants, lounges and activity centers or The Village with 15 villas set along a softly sloping hillside bordering Mamora Bay Beach. Guests staying at The Club enjoy suites decorated with hardwood furnishings and terra cotta floors. Each unit includes a private balcony or terrace, air conditioning, ceiling fans, cable television, a full bathroom, a hair dryer, a safe, a direct-dial telephone and a radio-alarm clock. The Junior Suite is our newest category featuring 40 suites with oversize balconies and sea views, HD, flat-screen televisions; King Bed; Full size daybed and Bluetooth alarm clock/radios. Ideal for couples, families and small groups.
St. James’s Club & Villas features five restaurants, plus a beachside grill on Mamora Beach. Children’s menus and options are available at all restaurants. Rainbow Garden is set amidst the resort’s tropical gardens and is open for breakfast and lunch daily for buffet or a la carte dining. A nightly a la carte menu is also available for
dinner. Coco’s Restaurant, open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on select days, offers an authentic Caribbean ambiance and a selection of local Caribbean dishes for a true taste of the
islands. It is located on the upper deck adjacent to Eleven/11. Eleven/11, open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., offers a casual selection of salads, soups, burgers and pastas, amid stunning ocean views. The Docksider offers a bountiful buffet of dishes, including fresh seafood and Caribbean cuisine. It was also recently refurbished and looks chic and nautical. The Beach Bar & Grill on Mamora Beach serves up hamburgers, fish sandwiches and other quick bites until 6 p.m. daily. Piccolo Mondo is the resort's fine dining restaurant and offers Mediterranean and Caribbean cuisine in an intimate and elegant atmosphere. Its hillside setting provides breathtaking bay views. There is a US$40 per person surcharge per visit. BARS AND LOUNGES St. James’s Club offers five daytime bars and one new 24-hour coffee shop. The Reef Deck Bar offers daytime service by the main pool, and the three beach bars, Mamora Bar, Coco’s Bar and Royal St. James’s Club Poolside Bar specialize in the resort’s delicious rum punch. The Rainbow Bar services the restaurant during lunch and dinner time. A beach cart with soda, beer, rum and fruit punch serves refreshments to sun bathers on Coco Beach. During the evening, Piccolo Mondo, Docksider and Coco’s bars create a relaxing environment to complement your dining experiences. The newly redesigned Jacaranda Bar and Lounge features nightly cocktails from 6-9pm in a trendy, air-conditioned venue, then morphs into a hip night club until 1am on select evenings with our resident DJ. SPA Perched up on a hill overlooking Mamora Bay, for an additional cost, Tranquility Body & Soul Spa has five treatment suites and one couples’ treatment suite; all treatment suites offer private bathrooms and showers. The spa also features an outdoor treatment pavilion that provides stunning views of the bay. Guests can choose from a wide selection of treatments, including the black magma treatment, which incorporates a natural healing mud. Spa Tranquility features Pevonia Botanica spa products as well as a full-service salon offering manicures, pedicures, professional make-up application and hair treatments.
With four newly resurfaced tennis courts, six pools, a brand new state-of-the-art 3,700 sq ft fitness center, a Kidz Club and a Spa, St. James’s Club offers a diverse selection of activities from which guests can choose. The resort also now features the on-site Colombian EmeraldsTM jewelry shop. Complimentary non-motorized water sports include snorkeling, windsurfing, Hobie Cat sailing, pedal boating, stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking. Diving and scuba instruction are also available from our on-site Mamora Bay Divers shop. Additional on-site property excursions such as deep sea fishing on resort's own fishing boat, island tours via our Pink Panther Safari and SCUBA diving can be arranged with Guest Services for an additional fee.
The award-winning Kidz Club offers adult supervision and activities for potty-trained children, ages 4 to 11, from 9:15 a.m. to 11 p.m. Children can even dine at the club while parents enjoy a private dinner alone. Babysitting can be arranged for an additional fee. A beachside, open-air Teen Pavilion features pool tables, table tennis, and other fun games. Activities include karaoke, food, music, dancing and more. One child can be added in this category for an additional cost.
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