St James's Club & Villas
Antigua & Barbuda
Don't miss Mamora Bay: Non-motorised watersports such as kayaking, paddle boarding and hobie cat sailing along with lessons with one of the dedicated instructors are on offer in the safe haven of the resort’s bay.
Shirley Heights: In the middle of the island sits Shirley Heights. Take a jeep ride to the top for unrivalled views down to Nelson’s Harbour and across to neighbouring islands while the sun casts pinks and reds before plunging into the blue Caribbean Sea.
Set in a 100-acre private peninsula, St James’s Club & Villas is a treat for the whole family. With extensive facilities including two beaches it is not hard to see why guests of all ages return again and again.
A casual country club vibe filters through the resort leaving a true home-from-home feel. The room décor is a mix of warm colours utilising terracotta, beige and dark woods complete with rattan furnishings. Upgrade to one of the adult-only Royal Suites which benefit from an exclusive pool and bar and offer spectacular waterfront views.
Whatever you have come to Antigua for, this resort can cater. Opt for the calm waters of Mamora Bay, the tranquillity of the spa and the pampering of the beauty room or for fun and adventure then head to the resort’s second beach – Coco Beach which is likened to an aquarium just moments off shore. When it comes to dining there is a choice of four distinctly different restaurants and five bars.
- Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and late night snacks in any restaurant except Piccolo Mondo which requires a US$35 supplement to be paid locally).
- All beverages (name brand liquors, house wines by the glass, Caribbean beers, tropical coolers and soft drinks by the glass).
- Use of fitness centre.
- Watersports including snorkelling, windsurfing, sailing and kayaking.
- Ping Pong.
- Kidz Club.
Excluded from the all-inclusive programme
- Room service
- Bottled water
- Beverages other than those listed above
- Spa services
St James's Club & Villas Room Details
Mostly offer garden views (some have partial ocean view) with tropical decor, white wicker furniture and private terrace or balcony.
These rooms offer more space and offer partial ocean views.
Beach Front Room
Enjoying direct access to Coco Beach, these over-sized rooms have tropical decor, white wicker furniture and private terrace or balcony.
Royal St James Suites
Built in a new waterfront block next to the Docksiders restaurant, these new rooms offer king size beds, flat screen televisions, iPod docking stations. The Royal Suites also benefit from two new pools, a dedicated lounge and an extended walkway down to the main beach. Additional benefits available to guests staying in these suites include a Scenic Catamaran Cruise for Two, Romantic Dinner for Two at Piccolo Mondo, Two 45 minute Spa Massages, Complimentary In room & resort Wi-Fi, Bottle of Sparkling Wine in room on arrival
Two Bedroom Villas
These villas are located in the village section of St James Club and overlook Mamora Bay and additionally feature 2 separate bedrooms (1 king size and 2 twins in the other) each with its own bathroom. Each villa has separate dining and living areas and a full kitchen.
How To Book
How do I talk to a specialist in Antigua holidays?
We are happy to give you a call back to discuss your holiday at a convenient time for you or we welcome you to come to our office in central London to discuss your holiday in detail.
Why use our specialist service?
Our destination experts provide a personalised service to tailormake your dream holiday. Within our experienced team we have visited most of the properties we feature and will be able to give you expertise and specialist knowledge from our first hand experience. You will be offered a direct telephone number, so you are able to speak to the same specialist from the time you pick up the phone until your documents are sent out.
Do I have to travel on certain dates and only do the itineraries suggested?
No, we tailormake all our holidays and subject to availability you will be able to travel on any date. The itineraries and holidays on our website are for inspiration and are suggestions only, you can change any aspect according to your personal requirements and available spend.
How far in advance should I book my holiday?
Many customers are under the illusion that booking late secures the best prices. This is often not the case and it is advisable to book early especially if travelling in peak seasons such as Christmas, Easter or school holidays. Many hotels and airlines actually offer special “Early Booking Offers” so you are able to secure the best price early on.
I don’t know what board basis to book. Can I eat out locally, should I consider All Inclusive?
It's always a difficult decision to make before you travel. Call one of our destination experts, who will be happy to advise you on local restaurants and prices you can expect to pay in resort.
What can I do when I get there?
There are many excursions, activities and highlights that are not to be missed out on, whilst in the country. Please contact our experts for advise on whether to prebook these before travel.
What financial protection do you offer?
When booking through Western and Oriental, if your flight is delayed or cancelled due to bad weather or you have a problem in resort it is our responsibility you are taken care of. We offer a 24 hour emergency number to assist with any issues you may have in resort and all of our flight inclusive holidays are financially protected through ATOL bonding for your protection.
Restaurants / Bars
Rainbow Garden - Breakfast and lunch are served daily and on select nights dinner is served at Rainbow Garden. This open-air and spacious dining room is surrounded by tropical plants and brilliant Caribbean paintings. A bountiful Gala Buffet is featured here every Monday evening.
Coco’s Restaurant & Bar - Ideal for informal and casual dining, Coco’s Restaurant & Bar ofers a view of the sea and serves hamburgers, pastas and pizzas.
Piccolo Mondo - St James Club adult only fine-dining restaurant, specialises in Italian dishes with Caribbean twists, with entrées as diverse as veal scallopine Milanese and grilled catch of the day on saffron risotto. Located in The Village, Piccolo Mondo offers sweeping Mamora Bay views. (US$35 supplement per person payable locally)
The Docksider - Set on the edge of Mamora Bay, this restaurant has a nautical setting accented by candles. The relaxing ambiance is complemented by its delightful cuisine, which includes freshly freshly caught Caribbean lobster and rosemary-garlic flavored lamb leg steaks with café au lait-mint liqueur sauce. Lavish weekly Caribbean buffets are offered here too.
Restaurant Dress Codes:
Dress code during the day is casual however swimwear must be covered and dry and no bare feet during meal service.
Coco's and Docksider - trousers, stylish jeans, dresses, skirts and dress shorts are permitted. Dress shoes and dress sandals are allowed. No flip flops or tennis shoes in the evenings. Short or long sleeved shirts but no t-shirts, tank tops or sleeveless shirts.
Rainbow Garden, Piccolo Mondo Restaurant and Manager Cocktail Parties - Trousers, dresses or skirts, dress shirts (short or long sleeve), dress shoes or dress sandals. No shorts, t-shirts, tank tops or jeans.
There is usually hot weather all year round with the average being about 30C. Rainfall will probably be at its highest in Antigua between the months of August and November.
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