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  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
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Welcome to the All-Inclusive St. James's Club & Villas, Antigua's most famous address! This beautiful resort is ideally located on a private, 100-acre peninsula. You will love our two white sand beaches, water sports, tennis, four restaurants, indoor and outdoor bars, beach bar & grill, luxurious spa & salon, freshwater swimming pools, supervised Kids Club, wide array of water sports, Scuba diving, and so much more. One of the Caribbean's most popular all-inclusive resorts. Excellent for couples, honeymooners, families, and friends. Located just minutes from major attractions like English Harbour, Nelson's Dockyard, and the lively Shirley Heights. Our warm and welcoming staff and management team will make your stay wonderful and memorable. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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Free parking
Free internet
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Paid wifi
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Fitness classes
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
Private beach
Additional bathroom
Private balcony
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Family rooms
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reg m wrote a review Jun 19
Ajax, Canada7 contributions5 helpful votes
The Good -grounds are lovely, great to just walk around the resort - food is good -the staff is great. Always greet you with a smile and always courteous. -rooms are large and well kept The Bad -this resort is far away and secluded from everything. To leave and visit anything requires that you have a rental car or take a "Tourist Taxi" for some exhorbant cost in USD to get out. - if your room is on the Atlantic side, get ready for constant seaweed and the stench that comes with it. -you get to share your fruits and smoothies with all the flies that hang out at the fruit bar every morning. - lack of local fruits and dishes. Mangoes all over the Island, but none at the resort. Never saw plantains, yams, etc. Imagine being at a resort in the Carribean and not seeing pawpaw. Tons of Coconuts on the resort but not one day you could find Coconut water. - the fact that you get dinged with extra fees on checkout. Fifteen USD dollars per day for enhanced cleaning, but your room is only cleaned every two days. - staff available to serve you your meal except at night you could serve yourself salad. I suppose Covid does not spread around salad. All in all, would I return to St. James...not sure. In fact not sure if I would return to Antigua. Other than some nice beaches there is not much there and other Islands offer a better bang for the buck.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Martin T wrote a review Jun 18
3 contributions5 helpful votes
Having this Anniversary Holiday cancelled twice we really needed it to be so special . Unfortunately it was not so . Restaurants opening not as advertised , room in need of renovation and modernising it proved to be a disappointment . That's the negatives now the positives : Weather was fab. The bay side beach was great (especially when the drinks cart came along ) and the staff mostly were great . Need to mention a few who went the extra mile or two : Cora (smiler) Samantha , who greeted us at breakfast most days with such a warm welcome ,and Vellie who like us also had aa anniversary during our stay and greeted us at the Dockside Restaurant. We were also looked after by fab waiting staff who made our stay easy for food and drink with their warm welcome and good wishes for " have the best day " . Also we hope Karen nets that big fish she so wants to catch !!!! I don't think we will return to St.James but must say many do .
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guests, Thank you for choosing St. James's Club, Antigua, for your holiday. It was disheartening to read that you were not completely satisfied with your stay. Nevertheless, we remain respectful of the opinions you have expressed. We sincerely regret if you felt like we fell short during your stay. We apologize for any setbacks you may have experienced during your holiday, and we sincerely hope you allow us another opportunity to host you soon. Warm regards, St. James's Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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Ihaterugby wrote a review Jun 16
Worcester, United Kingdom24 contributions8 helpful votes
We had a brilliant 2 week’s at St James’. The hotel itself could benefit from a refurbish but the rooms are spotlessly clean and our room ( in the Royal Suite) was spacious and the balcony had lovely views. The food is fine, with plenty of choice and there quite a few restaurants to choose from. What really makes St James deserve the 5 star rating is the staff! Almost without exception, they are lovely - friendly, helpful and eager to make your holiday enjoyable. Bennett, the tennis coach, is especially wonderful (coaching is extra but well worth it!). Vincent, who manned the pool bar for the Royal Suites) is fabulous - great fun and a dab hand at cocktails! We also loved the little beach bar/cafe beside the watersports beach which was great for a relaxed lunch. For a more formal dining experience there is an a la Carter restaurant, with a small surcharge, which is excellent ; delicious food and wonderful wines and cocktails. The Dockside Restaurant has a different theme every night (Caribbean, Italian etc) & has a great salad bar at lunchtime. The Rainbow Restaurant is a la carte and is really good. For a relaxed coffee & pastry the little treetops cafe is very special. All in all, we had a fantastic and very memorable holiday at St James’ and would definitely recommend it.
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Date of stay: June 2022
Room Tip: The rooms in the Royal Suite are fabulous, with their own (shared) pool & bar.
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Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest, Thank you very much for your review! We are delighted to read your generous comments and to hear how much you enjoyed your Caribbean experience at St. James's Club, Antigua. It is always our goal to ensure that our guests feel at home with us and have truly unforgettable experiences, and we couldn't be happier to know that you loved every moment of your island holiday with us. We will cherish the wonderful memories made, and we sincerely look forward to welcoming your return to our beautiful shores. Come back soon! Best regards, St. James’s Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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zandreia k wrote a review Jun 16
Laurel, Maryland4 contributions1 helpful vote
It's the lies for me!  After a long-awaited two-year hiatus, we finally resumed our annual family vacation. Today is our second day at St.James Club Antigua, and let me tell you, I'm over it already. It's a group of 21 of us, and we paid $500.00 per night for beachfront rooms, which in the description offer beach access from your patio. When we arrived, the beach was COVERED with seaweed. We were told multiple versions of why one side of the beach was covered with seaweed. "oh, they clean it every morning, and it comes back, and there is nothing they can do because it's mother nature." We were also told that a storm brought the seaweed. Regardless of the reason, they were all unacceptable answers. The manager on duty, Khadija, said that she would email cooperate and have it cleaned up in the morning.  The cleanup crew arrived around 6 a.m. and began cleaning up the mounting of seaweed. First forward to 2:00 p.m. we were told that they would move our room to an ocean view and it's an upgrade. As the oceanview rooms were not beach accessible, I asked if we could stay on the other side of beachfront resort that was beach accessible and no seaweed. Ms.No name tag and a bad attitude at the counter said that the villa was in a different category and they were completely sold out. - mind you, it's the resort's slow season and empty. We also offered to double up in the villas—still nothing. Fast forward to 5:00 p.m. My niece's bathtub in her room was leaking. Ms. Monique came and found us on the other side of the resort with no seaweed, a good ways from our beachfront rooms, and informed my niece that they could not fix her tub and that they would be moving her to a two-bedroom villa. Let's back up; just three hours ago, all the villas were sold out. Now suddenly, a villa is open. How sway? All of this could have been avoided. Apparently, this is seaweed season. It would have been helpful had we been informed of the seaweed and the inaccessibility of the beach. At that point, we could have decided to change resorts and or upgrade to the villas before arriving.  Even today, instead of lying in our damn face, they could have offered us villas at an additional cost, but instead, we got a suck-it-up buttercup! It's the lies for me!
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest, Thank you for taking the time to share your feelings about your holiday experience. We are shocked and regret to learn that we were unable to meet your expectations for this holiday. We pride ourselves on the service we extend to our guests, so it is disheartening to note that your comments imply that your wellbeing was not a concern of ours. That is certainly not our intent. Once incidents are reported, we respond as quickly as possible to avoid further inconveniences. Our grounds-keeping and maintenance teams do their absolute best to ensure our facilities are always in excellent condition. However, there may be times when situations escape our notice. We respect your opinions and recognize that individuals can only judge one person's specific experience. Positive and negative comments are important tools we use to improve ourselves constantly, and we appreciate the time and effort taken to provide them. Best regards, St. James's Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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Judy wrote a review Jun 13
Oxford, Connecticut4 contributions1 helpful vote
I gave this resort a 2 star rating for a variety of reasons. My husband and I have been vacationing at all inclusive’s twice a year ( except 2 years during the pandemic) for the past 20 years. Many of them we return to. Because we had not traveled for 2 years due to the pandemic we wanted to make this a special vacation. We picked this resort despite the higher price than our normal budget for that reason. We booked a beach front room. Having the beach right off our deck was amazing however we did not go in that water due to the excessive amount is seaweed. We were very disappointed in the room itself. It was old and tired and we could hear the people in the room above us walking. When we noticed our in room fridge only had 2 waters, no soda, beer, the normal beverages stocked in an all Inclusive fridge we inquired about getting it stocked. We were told we get 2 waters and can buy more in the gift shop, The beach on the Caribbean side was nice and calm but very murky water. We did not do any excursions but people told us they had to get a taxi to the point of excursion pick up which was costly, in one case $80.00. The resort is small with just 1 lounge. Our first full day there it poured all day long. The lounge does not open during the day so while looking for something to do, cocktails was not an option. The main pool was a disappointment. It was a relatively small, plain rectangular pool, no kind of ambiance, with shape, lush foliage, palm trees spread throughout. The worst came at checkout (we were told about this at check in but what do you do at that point?) are taxes for….not sure what. We spent $20.00 in the gift shop so we expected that on our bill but due to their “taxes” our “all “inclusive” was an additional $450.00 for 9 days. This will be one resort we will not be returning to. Judy and Bob Oxford Ct
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest, Thank you for taking the time to review your stay at St. James's Club, Antigua. We are incredibly indebted to our guest's feedback, as we continually utilize their insights to enhance our resort and improve our overall guest experience. We put significant time and devotion into providing our guests with nothing less than an exceptional holiday. We not only take great pride in our stunning location but in our exquisite dining, clean accommodations, various activities, and genuinely cordial staff. Due to rapid fluctuations in weather, our shores and neighboring resorts in the Caribbean have experienced an unusual growth of sargassum seaweed. Our management is aware of this issue, and in response, we have routinely employed a crew to clear our beaches. We sincerely apologize if seaweed accumulation this season hindered your holiday experience. We certainly want our turquoise bays to be enjoyed, and we feel our staff has worked diligently to make this need possible. I thank you for your feedback and consideration, and we certainly hope you will reconsider your decision and allow us to provide you with an enhanced Caribbean experience. Warm regards, St. James's Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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rida p wrote a review Jun 13
7 contributions6 helpful votes
A girlfriend invited me for a day pass to St. James club for her birthday and I must say everyone was super nice and helpful. Jermel from eleven eleven was amazing for lunch. He was nice personable and catered to our every need. Cora for breakfast at the main dining hall was also great. The bartender at mimosa Bay bar was on point with those drinks and she was the most pleasant lady ever. The biggest downside was poolside service, or lack of. Used towels and empty drink cups were left everywhere with no one to clean up at the two pools we visited. Overall impression: great service at bars and restaurants but facilities need upgrading.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
1 Helpful vote
Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest, Thank you for choosing St. James's Club & Villas and for sharing your holiday experience with us. I want to assure you that we take all guest feedback very seriously and will address your concerns with our management team for further review and consideration. We apologize for any setbacks you may have experienced during your holiday, and we sincerely hope you allow us another opportunity to host you soon. Warm regards, St. James's Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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Paul D wrote a review Jun 12
Andover, United Kingdom183 contributions102 helpful votes
This was our third visit to Antigua and first time at St James Club & Villas and would I go back, absolutely! We had the most amazing week with friends including a wedding, our room was a sea view 715 and what a view it was, just stunning waking up and looking out to sea every morning, food was good, the rum kept flowing and we danced, sang, used all the watersports equipment, went to the gym in the mornings, played tennis of all 3 types and I took millions of photos.
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Date of stay: May 2022
Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest, Thank you for reviewing your recent stay with us at St. James's Club & Villas. We are glad you enjoyed your island getaway with us, and we appreciate your kind sentiments toward our fantastic staff and relaxing atmosphere. Your lovely compliments have genuinely brightened our day, and we sincerely hope you join us again soon for another idyllic Caribbean holiday! Warm regards, St. James's Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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Cindy wrote a review Jun 11
Erie, Pennsylvania26 contributions5 helpful votes
We Stayed at the Villas at St James located on Mamora Bay. The island of Antigua is beautiful, the people are very friendly and willing to help if you become lost driving, which is easy to do. The staff at St James is as friendly as any I have met in the many travels we have had. The resort is simply beautiful, charming and a wonderful place to both play and relax. The pools were nice, adult pools were deeper than most which was great for diving. The resort Manager, Courtney, was friendly and several times asked to hear did we needed anything. The “all inclusive” was reasonable and included use of tennis courts, Hobie sail boats, kayaks, paddle boarding and more. The resort sits on a peninsula with ocean on one side and bay on the other. The bay was the only water open enough for swimming as ocean carried seaweed to beaches of ocean side. But the bay beaches were large and very nice. Not far from resort are several nice places to visit including Nelson’s Boatyard which is remarkably preserved British outpost from 17 and 1800’s. Also there is a nature preserve nearby to hike and the highlight of our trip: Shirley Heights Sunday night Antigua island party where a steel drum band has been playing for 40 years. It is an amazing party, fun to meet people, dance, eat great jerk and bbq and drink an assortment of drinks to your liking. What a blast! If renting a car beware of frequent speed bumps and drive slow (you’re on vacation mon), also, the only warning is that the airport has a tourist traffic cop Who is rude and simply there to rip off tourists for a $75 dollar (American) fine. We had a vacation companion who has mobility problems and I stopped to drop he and his wife close to departure area. Where I stopped the front bumper was just over a walkway painted part of road which was 18 foot long. He got out and the rude cop wrote a ticket for obstruction of a walkway, which was untrue. My wife tried to explain our friends issue wit mobility and he shouted at her to be quiet. This cop was the worst. An officer in the capitol was vey polite and helpful but the airport tourist trap cop really was out of line. Other than that the entire trip to Antigua was simply a memory we will never forget. Thank you to the staff at the St James. You are wonderful folks I hope to see again someday
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest, We want to thank you for sharing your recent holiday experience with us at St. James's Club & Villas. We are pleased you enjoyed your island escape with us, and we appreciate your kind sentiments toward our incredible staff and comforting atmosphere. Your lovely compliments have genuinely brightened our day, and we sincerely hope you join us again soon for another idyllic Caribbean holiday! Warm regards, St. James's Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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JamieDavidM wrote a review Jun 5
London, United Kingdom193 contributions49 helpful votes
So we have been to Antigua a number of times and had always stayed at the pineapple beach club, another of Elite Islands resorts properties. This time we tried st James club. On arrival at the airport it took 20 mins to process immigration and get our cab, the trip to the hotel was around 30 mins. Check-in was quick and efficient and welcoming. We had booked rooms in the royal suite which was perfect. Large bathroom with twin shower and a huge bath, big bed, a separate seating area and a large balcony overlooking mamora beach. Overall as this was out of season the hotel was really quite, but amazing weather and attentive service. The hotel has two beaches, mamora and coco beach. Coco beach is smaller with a pleasant breeze and more choppy Atlantic sea. During our stay there was a lot of seaweed washed up each day on the beach which was very smelly and put us off using this beach. But this is just nature and the hotel staff were clearing this away everyday. 5 minutes walk the other side of the resort was mamora beach. A huge lagoon with white sand and the calmest waters. No problem finding sun beds and most days we felt like we had the beach to ourselves. Kenneth with his beach buggy bringing drink around was a really nice touch. Food and drinks. There were a number of bars dotted around the resort all accessible and offering pretty much whatever you wanted to drink in very large measures. Crisieda in the beach bar always had a welcoming smile and went out of her way to ask about your day. Breakfast was in the rainbow gardens and an all you can eat buffet covering every combination of breakfast you could think of. Standard of food was good and service welcoming and efficient. Rainbow gardens could sometimes feel too big if seated on the inside as it felt a bit like a school hall. The outside areas were better. We were unable to try Cocos for breakfast as it was closed during our stay due to low occupancy of guests. Lunch was typically in the docksider buffet restaurant or the beach bar next door. Lots of choice and nice to step out of the sun for a cold drink and food. 11 11 restaurant was nice for a serviced lunch of good food and really nice for an evening meal. Food was really good and lots of choice. Rainbow Garden was also good for Evening meals with waiter service and pan European and Caribbean cuisine. Amazing red snapper. But rainbow garden was not very intimate and could have done with some background music. Docksider was also open for buffet theme nights. Always something you could find to eat but we preferred the other restaurants for quality and a more relaxed atmosphere. The coffee shop is open 24 hours and fantastic. Cakes, cookies and lots of coffee and alcohol based coffee choices. Also great to sit outside as it feel like sitting in the tree tops. Rooms were cleaned every other day to a high standard. Entertainment was ok but tended to be split across different bars and tended to fishing early. Very quiet from around 10pm. Overall loved the resort which was better than pineapple beach club for something’s but not others. Only frustration was the amount of additional chargers applied to final bill. $24 a day additional covid measures, $10 a day government Eco tax and $2 a day wishing well charity. The only one I wanted to pay was the charitable donation. The others should be built into the daily quoted cost of the hotel so guests can make informed choices. Overall loved our stay and coming home to Antigua. Overall loved our
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Out of season quiet but amazing. Car hire on site good value.
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Paul R wrote a review Jun 4
Selmeston, United Kingdom16 contributions20 helpful votes
We had a wonderful 10 days in SJC just after Easter. We would highly recommend this resort, there is as you can see a widely differing range of reviews demonstrating a vast range of expectations. All we would advise is do your research first. The resort sits on its own so you need a taxi to get anywhere on the island. The taxis are not cheap. If you’re expecting wild nightlife this is not for you, but if you want some wonderful relaxing days and evenings with fabulous cocktails at the docksider listening to the resident band you’ll really enjoy yourself. There are a lot of bad reviews about the food;. Again, manage your expectations; these are buffet restaurants, are you really expecting Michelin three star? Incidentally the staff put an enormous amount of work into it and create an amazing variety every meal. Food: Food: all buffet style mostly, the choices were very varied and it must take so much work each day to lay on all those spreads. included the gorgeous baked hams each breakfast. Whatever time we turned up, there was always plenty to choose from. Drinks: wonderful Cocktails, wine, beer, champagne, anything you want, all day, what more do you could you wish for?! The bar staff were really friendly especially Cressida, Rascheen and Selwyn. Staff: generally we found the staff to be really nice, in spite of having to deal with quite a few rude customers… exception being the beach water sports staff who did their best to be sullen and make you feel uncomfortable. I seem to find this is a problem all over the world but this lot took it to a new level!!!. Beaches: Once you have run the gauntlet of the rude beach stuff you have the wonderful lagoon to sail, kayak, paddle board in which was excellent. There is also a cocktail trolley that comes along the beach which was great. Coco beach: kelp is a bit of a problem possibly at certain times of the year? Staff made enormous efforts to clear it and we still managed to have some wonderful swimming and snorkelling there is an artificial reef which is not at all publicised but very interesting. Covid room charge: Along with all the other reviews, we found this to be somewhat excessive and the alternate day room cleaning was rather annoying in view of this. Boat trips. We had 2 amazing trips one round the island the other to Cades reef. If you visit do not miss out on these trips, the boat crew were amazing and we met some really nice people. We also visited Nelsons dockyard which we would highly recommend if you’re interested in history and the walk along to the fort is well worth it. You can easily arrange for a taxi to drop you off and meet you at a predetermined time later. Conclusion: wonderful place, happy times, would love to return!!!
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
Response from Guest Ambassador, Owner at St. James Club & Villas
Responded 1 week ago
Dear Valued Guest, On behalf of our St. James's Club family, we thank you for joining us in stunning Antigua! It is our mission to provide our guests with nothing less than an exceptional holiday experience. And we were delighted to hear St. James's Club was just that for you and your loved ones! Your kind compliments about our team have brightened our day, and we hope you join us again soon for another exceptional Caribbean vacation! Warm regards, St. James's Club, Antigua Staff & Management
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Frequently Asked Questions about St. James Club & Villas
Which popular attractions are close to St. James Club & Villas?
Nearby attractions include Antigua & Barbuda Humane Society (2.9 miles), Half Moon Bay (3.3 miles), and Pigeon Point Beach (2.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at St. James Club & Villas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at St. James Club & Villas?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at St. James Club & Villas?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at St. James Club & Villas?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to St. James Club & Villas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Island Fusion, Colibri, and Incanto Restaurant & Lounge Bar.
Are there opportunities to exercise at St. James Club & Villas?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and fitness classes during their stay.
Does St. James Club & Villas have an airport shuttle?
Yes, St. James Club & Villas offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does St. James Club & Villas have airport transportation?
Yes, St. James Club & Villas offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at St. James Club & Villas?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does St. James Club & Villas offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.