Pineapple Beach Club
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We recently returned from Pineapple Beach and thoroughly recommend it.The staff are exemplary and the food is very good for this type of Hotel with a number of dining options and there is always plenty to do.The drink selections are very good with branded makes and good quality wine with meals which is not always the case in all inclusive hotels.We had a Waterfront room which was quite small but superbly located and well appointed.Would not hesitate to return as this Hotel while a little "quirky" had something about it that many others do not. As I always say nowhere is perfect and there were a couple of little niggles but Sanjay and Maria soon sorted those out and they were fighting a losing battle against the seaweed which was a shame.We were re-located prior to Hurricane Irma by our tour operators to St James Club which I have also written a review of, so cannot comment on how Pineapple Beach dealt with it but I am certain they would have coped admirably as they are so very good.
HiI am posting this review after only two days of a two week stay at the PBC to reassure anyone arriving soon that it's business as usual at the resort following hurricane Irma.On the day that we arrived there had been some rain which is normal for this time of year, check in was swift with a cool towel and choice of cocktail, we were in our room within 15 minutes of arrival.We are in an ocean view room (832) which is as described and we have a great view over the hotel and along the bay. Air con works well, we have a fridge and bottled water. We had a problem with the coffee machine but this has been replaced.Buffett breakfast and lunch are great. Due to the low occupancy not all the restaurants are open every night but they are switching each day and the food we have had so far has been good, attentive staff and very good service with, unusually, a choice of very nice house wine.Freshly made cocktails at the bar and there is a guy called King who has been cleaning the main area non stop for the past couple of days. His work rate would shame a man 30 years his junior. Can't fault the beach with the usual very minor accumulation of seaweed which is cleared daily (we have seen worse at other Caribbean islands and at Miami) and we have tried some of the water sports available.All that needs to be said that if you have any doubts and are thinking of cancelling or postponing your holiday here then I would say don't and just come and enjoy.
Myself and two friends decided to take a much needed holiday at PBC. We booked two water front rooms, the best in the hotel (but all the rooms looked very nice) and we did not regret it. We booked seven glorious night at this enchanted resort. Check in was nice and easy. we were warmly greeted and offered cold towels and a welcome drink. The rooms were big, clean and tastefully decorated, comfortable beds and all amenities as stated.The food was just the best, there was something for everyone, tasty, plentiful, well displayed and a wide range to choose from. Hats off to the chefs and the hard working crew in the kitchen, snack bar, servers and not forgetting the Outhouse crew, finger licking good bar b que. The entire staff at this resort will go over and beyond to make your stay memorable. ....Guest Service, thank you Maria, Jerry for activity, Nadaline and Flo for House keeping, Gregory and Jesse who drove us all over the resort with the best smile always, Marvin in the bar and Cherine Simons in management. The entertainment was also very good.( enjoyed the street party on Wednesday night.)The resort grounds are well kept and it is on a beautiful beach.We told all our friends about it and we definitely will return
My wife and I recently stayed at Pineapple Beach Club and were there during Hurricane Irma. Mr. Barrett (owner of this property as well as several others) and his team worked tirelessly to get us evacuated to the Verandah which was closed due to renovations. They made sure that we were taken care of and many of the staff stayed with us through the hurricane as volunteers. Every person there made sure that we had what we needed and tried their best to keep things as "normal" as possible. They are truly an example to other resorts around the globe.
This was our first trip to Antigua and made just so much more memorable because of the way the staff at this hotel could just not do enough to make us welcome. Special mentions for: Marvin the Barman, Arleen (waitress) Jo Anne the best omelettes, Natoya (waitress), the trip organiser and the lady who cleaned our room (225) and took time to create the most fantastic displays on our bed THANK YOU. We hope you are all safe after the hurricane.It was great to hear how respected the owner of this hotel is by his staff sounds a great guy.
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- 3 meals daily plus snacks
- All drinks (Domestic brands, Domestic beer, House Wine, 10am-11:30pm)
- Non- motorized water sports: Snorkeling, Hobie Cats, Sunfish Sailing, Windsurfing, Kayaking, Boogie boards
- Exercise classes (Aerobics, Cardiovascular workout, Floor workout, Step aerobics, Water aerobics)
- Dance lessons
- Daily activities
- Evening entertainment
- Christmas and New Year's Gala Dinners
- Manager's cocktail party
- 180 rooms in eleven 1, 2 & 3-storey buildings
- 1 buffet restaurant
- 2 a la carte restaurants (International, Caribbean)
- 4 bars including Piano bar, Pool bar, Bar and restaurant, Snack bar
- 2 outdoor pools
- 18-hole golf course 35 minutes away
- 4 tennis courts (not lit) on-site
- Designer boutique
- Souvenir gift shop)
- Fitness facilities
- Exercise classes
- Scuba diving nearby (fee)
- Dive shop on-site
- A range of water sports available
Standard Room includes:
- 1 queen bed
- Cable TV
- Coffee/tea maker
- Pay safe
- Full bathroom
- Hair dryer
- Max. occ. 2 adults
Garden View Room:
- Same as hotel room with 1 queen or 2 double beds
- Balcony or patio
- Garden view
- Max. occ. 4 adults or 2 adults & 2 children with existing bedding
Ocean View Room:
- Located on the hilltop with view of the bay
- King size bed
- Full bathroom
- Max. occ. 3 adults or 2 adults & 1 child
- Located on the beach
- King or 2 double beds
- Max. occ. 4 adults or 2 adults & 2 children in existing bedding.
Waterside Room - Same as beachfront but waterside. Max. occ. 4 adults or 2 adults & 2 children in existing bedding.
For the Kids - Babysitting service (fee), Games room, Kids' section of main pool.
Romance Bonus - Honeymooners receive bottle of champagne and flowers in room. Request when you book. Requires proof of marriage.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
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Pineapple Beach ClubAntigua,Antigua And Barbuda
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Long Bay St. Phillip's, Willikies Antigua
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