Set in stunning Mamora Bay on the holiday island of Antigua, The Village at St James’s Club is surrounded by tropical palms and azure Caribbean waters. The complex lies on a 100-acre private peninsula with white sand beaches, tiny bats and lush, tropical greenery. It’s the perfect get-away-from-it-all destination.
Timeshares at The Village come as one or two-bedroomed units, with owners and renters enjoying a host of facilities, and the St James’s Club has been rated for the last four years as the Caribbean’s best hotel. The resort is beautifully laid-out and maintained, and accommodation is offered in two and three-bedroomed private villas either on the beachfront or in the lush gardens.
The spacious villas are air-conditioned throughout, and have cool, tiled floors and elegant, colour-coordinated décor and furnishings as well as luxury bathrooms with ultra-modern fittings. The Tripadvisor 2013 recommendation says it all: this resort is the perfect place for your dream holiday in the Caribbean.
For families and couples travelling together and looking for extra space, the cheery, warm-toned two-bedroomed villas fit the bill with their individually-controlled air-con, ceiling fans, master bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms c/w deep tubs, and twin-bed, ensuite, second bedrooms. The patios look out onto the gardens or the palm-lined beaches, and have tables, chairs and loungers.
The three-bedroomed villas are luxury itself, with private balconies and terraces giving ocean or garden views. The three bedrooms are all ensuite, and there are spacious, separate, dining and living areas and full, stainless steel kitchens equipped with all you need to create a great meal.
On-site amenities include a spa and beauty salon, four adult swimming pools with poolside bars, a fitness room, games room and an outdoor sundeck. Parents will appreciate the childcare and babysitting services, and the kids will love their own swimming pool and children’s activities as well as the beaches.
The four on-site restaurants cater for all taste and preferences, with fine dining at Piccolo Mondo, seafood and steaks at the Rainbow Garden, informal dining at beachside Coco’s and the open-air Docksider overlooking the grand sweep of the bay. Nightly live entertainment is typically and delightfully Caribbean, heavy on reggae and calypso.
Nearby St John is the capital of Antigua, and is a charming town with historic landmarks, great seafood restaurants and fun shopping. A favourite visit is to English Harbour with its famous Nelson’s Dockyard, a living maritime museum in a beautifully-preserved Georgian port setting.
P.O. Box 63
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