Pineapple Beach Club Antigua Joins Elite Island Resorts Portfolio

Pineapple Beach Club AntiguaElite Island Resorts has announced the addition of Pineapple Beach Club Antigua (formerly known as Sandals’ Grand Pineapple Beach Resort Antigua) as its fourth all-inclusive beachfront resort on the island. Elite Island Resorts’ portfolio now includes nine hotels throughout the Caribbean and Panama

The resort is set on 30 acres of white sand beach and located 30 minutes from V.C. Bird International Airport and the capital city of St. John’s. Situated adjacent to The Verandah Resort & Spa and Devil’s Bridge National Park, the Pineapple Beach Club Antigua comprises 180 rooms in five different categories.

The resort will continue to operate on an all-inclusive basis, with optional extras including spa treatments, tours and excursions, gift shop souvenirs, laundry services, local transfers, private dinners and romance packages. 


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In addition, Pineapple Beach Club Antigua will no longer accept new bookings with children. All bookings must be adults only, age 16 years and above. Bookings made prior to June 7, 2016, which include children under 16 years of age will be honored at Pineapple Beach Club Antigua through August 31, 2016. Bookings with children under the age of 16 with dates of stay that include September 1, 2016 onward will be re-protected at The Verandah Resort & Spa at the original rate sold under Sandals management. 

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