Pineapple Beach Club Antigua is an idyllic holiday destination in the Caribbean. Set along an isolated white sandy beach that overlooks the cerulean waters of Long Bay, this adult-only escape is perfect for couples looking for romance and relaxation. This is an Elite Island resort to remember. There are up to 200 rooms at this resort, and the spacious luxury is one of the great attributes that Pineapple Beach Club Antigua possesses. With a friendly and helpful service you’ll have a holiday in the Caribbean that’s not rigidly set out like some resorts. To keep you online and connected, WiFi is available throughout the public areas of the resort; or simply choose to switch off at the Tranquility Spa & Salon. In-house entertainment can be enjoyed with a nightly line-up of talent from the local area, as well as shows put together by the staff.
Things to do at the Pineapple Beach Club
There are plenty of things to keep you entertained and active such as all-inclusive activities offered both in the water and on land. Water activities include water aerobics and non-motorised watersports like windsurfing, kayaking and sailing. Why not discover the colourful reef formations with a leisurely snorkel and swim amongst the marine life that inhabits it. Meanwhile, activities on land include the use of four tennis courts, a fitness centre, table tennis, a tour desk and a gift shop. Take in the sun and pat the volleyball around or get the sand between your toes with a little beach football! Should you wish to further explore the island, Elite's Exclusive Pink Panther safari tours are also available to guests.
Please note: All guests checking in at this property must present a valid government-issued ID and major credit card upon arrival. A $350 pre-authorisation charge will be applied to the guest's credit card, which covers any additional purchases such as spa treatments.
Please note: A resort fee of $24 per room, per night is currently applicable for customers staying at this resort (payable locally).
Please note: The Antigua government has introduced a tourist levy of $5.00USD per person, per night for anyone aged 6 years and over, payable locally at your hotel.