Rooms: rooms are much smaller than other hotels even with the upgrade. This was a bit disappointing considering the money you pay to stay here. We stayed in the main tower which was the newest building (Med. side). You may consider booking a private villa by the gardens/near beach, we heard it was more spacious from other guests (although more expensive).
Food: the food is good but the portions are small when doing restaurant dining (I recommend ordering 2 entrees).
Eveything else was great! The beach and water make up for the above- absolutely beautiful.
FYI... The beach is public so you will have vendors ask you daily if you would like to buy small items or book tours (they are mostly licensed vendors on the beach). They are nice tho so all you need to say is no thank you, if not interested (they won't really push you to buy anything).
Traveller from Northern, NJ
This award-winning resort sits along the powdery white sands and calm waters of Antigua's Dickenson Bay, 10 minutes from the …More
From the first moment we arrived, the hospitality was what set St. James Club apart. The genuine friendliness and concern that tbe staff exemplified was felt and commented on by my better half and I throughout our stay. And when we left, we were sad to go. The resort itself was clean and well maintained. I'm sure there are other resorts which are just as beautiful, but by far the hospitality is what most impressed us. We would most definitely return to this resort and would highly recommend it to others.
Traveller from US
Tucked away on two secluded beaches on Antigua's famous Southeast Coast with beautiful bay views, enjoy the jewel-like calm …More