St. James’s Club Antigua All Inclusive
What We Love
- Rooms have private terraces or balconies
- Pretty beach
- A long list of water sports
What To Know
- Super-laid-back vibe without the formalities or attitude of other Caribbean islands
- Long pants and a collared shirt are required for men in hotel restaurants at night; ripped jeans and bathing suits are not permitted
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
Caribbean nautical. The navy, sky-blue and white color scheme contrasts with sand-colored walls and terra-cotta floors in the guestrooms. Tropical floral pillows, shell wall art and sunset-hued paintings lend an almost kitschy beach vibe to the common areas.
Bed and Bath
All rooms have private terraces or balconies, fridges and coffeemakers. They’re distributed among villas and two-story buildings with roofs the same emerald-green as the surrounding lush vegetation. Bathrooms are understated, with separate showers and tubs.
Tan locals in breezy linens and tennis whites down cold Wadadli, the well-known island beer. Tourists stroll along the beachfront, snorkel in one hand and a sun hat in the other. Antigua is about as laid-back as you can get, and St. James’s Club lives up to that spirit with an easygoing vibe, four casual restaurants, four pools and some of the best water activities in the islands. St. James’s is an ideal choice for families, with a free kids club and items such as PB&J on the menu. Guests can also spot the occasional megayacht docking at the hotel’s marina.
How to Get There
Wonderful resort, fantastic customer service, great food, plenty of activities. Also Bay Area beach is calm and clear.
We upgraded to Royal status rooms for a few dollars more, well worth the money, it came with a great room and view, concerage service and adult area pool and bar service.
Also, drivers are very polite and safety minded when driving.
Nice place. Good rooms. Fantastic food and friendly team in the hotel. Very good organisation of the entertainment in the evening with greath music. Nice sings. Great bars with very good choice of wines and cocktailes. We will come back.
Have just returned from an amazing week at the St James's Club. On arrival, we were given a room upgrade to a Beachfront room, which was fabulous, could just step out on to the beach. This was the Atlantic side beach which was a bit shady and breezy, but this wasn't a problem as just across from the front of our room was the Caribbean side of the beach which was less breezy and no shade, but there are sun parasols.
The lovely Alfred is a godsend on the beach when he comes round numerous times on his golf buggy serving drinks.
Various pools around the resort which meant you are never fighting for a sun-lounger.
Tried all the restaurants and could not fault the food, lots of choices, but would highly recommend the steak night in the rainbow restaurant, it was that good we went back the next night. The steak was cooked to perfection and service by our waitress Whitney was top.
Andra in the Jacaranda bar will look after you for those late night drinks.
overall a fantastic resort.
We have been enjoying St. James's Club for 18 years! We bought the first of several weeks of timeshare in 2000 and have recharged ourselves in the comfortable setting that is St. James's Club for nearly a year in total of our lives - we feel very fortunate indeed!!!
The staff are very friendly and many greet us by name - we are visiting old friends and feel welcome every time. The team behind the resort has continued to re-invest and upgrades are apparent every year. We can recommend this resort to anyone looking for reliable weather, ready access to many activities (Antigua is a small island, after all), good restaurants, watersports, etc. Great for couples and families with young children (and grandchildren).
We stayed for a weaken one of the Royal Suites at St. Jame's Club. The grounds are lovely with the Atlantic on one side (waves and wind) and Mamora Bay (calm and sheltered) on the other side. Mamora Bay is a great spot for water activities (kayaks, sailing, paddle boards, etc.). The rooms are well appointed and clean. The food was generally very good at all the restaurants. The service at times was slow. It appeared that they needed to have more staff on at the busy times. People were working hard and quick but they had too many tables. Great gym...great activity staff. Relaxing atmosphere and lots of little shaded spots to sit and read a book and enjoy the lovely sea breezes.