Grand re-opening planned for Pineapple Beach Club Antigua in October
Elite Islands Resorts has announced that the Pineapple Beach Club Antigua will have a grand re-opening on 1st October, 2016. Temporarily closed from 25th August until 30th September, the Caribbean resort will undergo renovations and upgrades to transform the property from the former Sandals Grand Pineapple Beach Resort Antigua, which it acquired last year.
Elite Island Resorts will open the Pineapple Beach Club Antigua on 1st October, 2016, following a refurbishment project. The hotel closed temporarily on 25th August for a renovation project that will transform the Sandals Grand Pineapple Beach Resort Antigua.
The hotel company bought the hotel in 2014, and on 1st June, 2016 it became the Pineapple Beach Club Antigua. To celebrate its reopening, the Caribbean resort has launched an Inaugural Season Savings rate. Room rates start from $99 per person, per night for booking made before 30th September, 2016. The rates apply for travel between 1st October, 2016 and 31st January, 2017. Rob Barrett, the Chairman of Elite Island Resorts, commented:
"Pineapple Beach Club Antigua is a very special resort with one of the island's best beaches and a very loyal following."
Barrett is no stranger to the luxury resort in Antigua, and between 1986 and 1998, he owned and operated the property. The Chairman explained:
"The resort and I share a history together that makes its reopening all the more significant for me. We've got some great plans to gently steer the property in a new direction, starting with the transition to a more laid-back, adults-only environment."
Pineapple Beach has 180 guest rooms with private balconies and views that look out across the turquoise sea. The resort’s facilities include two freshwater swimming pools, a luxury spa, fitness centre, tennis courts, three bars and lounges, and five gourmet restaurants that serve local and international cuisine within indoor and outdoor settings.
Guests can relax on the 1,600-foot stretch of white sandy beach, 30 acres of tropical gardens, or enjoy fun water sports including kayaking, windsurfing and sailing. At the hotel’s sister resort, The St James’ Club & Villas, Pineapple Beach guests can also discover the underwater world at Mamora Bay Divers Club, and go scuba diving to sunken shipwrecks and colourful coral reefs.
Elite Island Resorts has four luxury hotels on the island of Antigua, with a total of 700 guest rooms. The hotel group operates eight resorts on five islands in the Caribbean and Panama, offering more than 3,000 rooms in total.
Antigua is the largest of the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda that sits between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It is a hotspot for holidaymakers with its warm azure ocean waters, lush emerald forests and landscapes, and array of white sand palm-fringed beaches; one for every day of the year.
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Stay in pure paradise at a beautiful 25-acre property, surrounded by a stunning waterfront of spectacular powdery white sands, it's heaven on earth
- Relax and unwind upon paradisiacal beaches or one of the the two swimming pools
- Formerly Grand Pineapple Beach Resort, The Pineapple Beach Club is a newly renovated Adults-Only All Inclusive Paradise
- Dine Al Fresco with breathtaking views of the turquoise waters of Long Bay
- Rejuvenate at the luxurious hotel spa or keep active all the selection of All-Inclusive water and on land activities included during your stay