Antigua's Jolly Beach Resort & Spa to Change Management by September

Rendering of Jolly Beach Resort & Spa. // Photo courtesy of Jolly Beach Resort & Spa

Blue Diamond Resorts, a fast-growing Caribbean hotel company, has announced it will be taking over the management and operation of Jolly Beach Resort & Spa, a 464-room, all-inclusive resort in Antigua, on September 1.

"We look forward to bringing our operations to the beautiful Island of Antigua, and to applying our management experience to this popular resort," said Jordi Pelfort, managing director of Blue Diamond Resorts, in a written release.

Jolly Beach Resort & Spa is set on Jolly Beach, and is enveloped by 40 acres of gardens and greenery. The resort offers guests a selection of accommodations in six categories, each featuring a private balcony with views of the Caribbean Sea. Optional amenities including mini-fridge service, in-room coffee maker, Wi-Fi and an in-room safe are available at an additional charge.


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For dining, guests can choose between four a la carte restaurants offering delicious dishes from Italian classics and authentic Indian to grilled catch-of-the-day options and jerk chicken, or opt for Hemispheres, the resort's buffet.

Every afternoon at Jolly Beach Resort & Spa, guests gather to meet one another in the courtyard for a unique spread of scones, pastries and a gourmet selection of teas.

Those who prefer to stay active on their all-inclusive vacation are sure to enjoy the basketball, tennis and beach volleyball courts, or the Jolly Sports Program for daily tennis and dance lessons.

Friendly competition takes place by the water with the Family Beach Olympics and kayak races, or guests can enjoy quiet time with authentic Antiguan arts and crafts, or a visit to the Palms Wellness Center.


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