One of the most laid back, Adults Only All Inclusive resorts in Antigua the Pineapple Beach Club is one of the island's most popular resorts - and for good reason. Just 30 minutes from V. C. Bird International Airport and Antigua's beautiful capital city, St. John's, its superb location is accentuated by the beachfront position, of which it overlooks a quarter mile of silky white sands lapped by crystalline waters, making it the perfect place to unwind as you soak up the glorious year-round sunshine.
All 180 rooms boast an attractive decor in keeping with local designs, which creates a charming character within. The rooms are fully air-conditioned to ensure your comfort, they also feature a satellite TV, en suite bathroom and coffee/tea maker. Each room has the additional bonus of a terrace or balcony in which to relax following a long day spent on the beach.
The Pineapple Beach Club's dining options serve up an enviable selection of scrumptious dishes that can be sampled on your all-inclusive package. You'll have the choice of four restaurants that range from themed specialities to Italian classics and the Outhouse Caribbean bar for those much-needed cocktails. For days not spent exploring or on the beach, the swimming pool and surrounding area are the perfect places to relax. If you are feeling a little more adventurous, there are a number of non-motorised water sports that take advantage of the area's sublime beachfront.
If you're searching for the perfect tropical escape to the island of Antigua, the Pineapple Beach Club is undoubtedly the ideal place for you.
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The Pineapple Beach Club in Antigua is one of the island's most popular resorts and for good reason. The hotel is just 30 minutes from V. C. Bird International Airport and Antigua's beautiful capital city, St. John's. Its superb location is accentuated by the beachfront position, of which it overlooks a quarter mile of silky white sands lapped by crystalline waters, making it the perfect place to unwind as you soak up the glorious year-round sunshine.
Just had a 12 day stay at Pineapple Beach Club.Myself and my partner came away feeling that overall this was a great holiday and place to stay. Firstly I would like to praise all the staff,we didn’t have a issue with anyone and found them all to be very friendly and helpful.The hotel grounds are well kept, the beach is lovely.Any seaweed is quickly removed early in the morning,there wasn’t a lot most days.The entertainment team worked hard and were fun to either watch or take part with. We found the food to be very good everywhere apart from two of the evenings in the Topaz restaurant where I can only describe it as average/poor.We spoke to a couple of other guests who had stayed here over the years and they said it wasn’t as good in Topaz as before, both with choice and quality.The breakfasts was good ,plenty of choice and well cooked.The service in Topaz was a little disjointed with getting served your choice of food.There was one lady on the egg station( who was great ) but then there was usually just one person serving everything else.Sometimes there were 3 queues, one for toast, one for the items of food on one side of the counter and another for the food on the other side of the counter(it was a U shaped counter with the server in the middle).This led to a little wait sometimes,it would better to have 2 people serving.The snack bar did nice pizzas,burgers etc. The outhouse was a great place for lunch, a little 3-4 minute walk uphill but it’s worth it...
We got greeted with 2 beers straight away,a nice selection of salad and barbecue items to pick from too. We had an ocean view room which I have to say was really dated and needed upgrading.However it had great views of the bay and it was spacious and had everything you needed, kettle coffee maker , iron safe etc so no real problem. We did the hotels guided walk to devils bridge. It leaves early to avoid the sun.it takes about 30 minutes to do steady walk each way, still back in time for breaky.It’s worth a visit especially if it’s a bit windy like the day we went, bigger waves! There isn’t anything else around the hotel, nearest shop 2 miles.We hired a car from the hotel for 2 days,it cost about $50 day plus insurance plus $22 Antigua license.Definitely worth seeing other parts of the island.I also did couple days scuba diving with mamora bay divers located at there sister hotel st James club.Had some great dives,good visibility,lots to see including sharks ,turtles , rays,lobsters.They arrange taxi for pick up/drop off, and charge $10. 2 dives in the morning and back at hotel for about 1pm. Thanks to everyone at Pineapple Beach,the gripes I’ve mentioned are only minor.We loved our stay and will probably be back sometime in the future
My wife and I travelled to the Pineapple in November of 2021. I wish we were still there, what a great resort and relaxing Island.
The reason we didn't say 5 star was two very little things. First our beachfront room was clean, great view, and well sized...
It is not one of the newly renovated so it was not immaculate. It was clean, nothing was broke, and they kept it clean. But for a 5 star it would have been newer. We were next to some of the much newer garden rooms and they looked much nicer, but we wanted the beach view.
The second issue was again small. Bars are convenient and the staff very nice. Drinks are local and good but plan on good beer and good drinks, just not high end again.
The beach and free (you should tip) sailing! The beaches are clean and not crowded at all. Didn't spend much time (none) at the pools but they looked very nice. One member of our party sailed the Hobbie catamaran's every day. It was very nice and relaxing.
The Outhouse was great food, a little different every day. Some of us did like a lot of BBQ sauce and you just had to ask. The only alcohol at the Outhouse was Bank's Beer. Not our favorite, heavier malted beer. Caribe is good but you had to bring it with you.
Devil's Bridge, again a very beautiful location and close to the resort. You can get a ride there or make it part of a tour. We read how it was close and could walk there. You sure can walk there, but it is a humid climate and it is a solid half hour walk one way in high heat. Glad we did it but it was the most we would want. We cut through the Verandah on the way back and that is a nice resort too. Much quieter and not as nice of beach, in fact almost none.
Topaz is a nice restaurant. Breakfast had choices for everyone. We only ate dinner their once because Chef Pietro's (Italian) and Pineapple Grill (variety) are amazing! Choice for anyone and well cooked and prepared. Service is excellent too. Be aware Pineapple Grill appears to be a little more popular and books up.
The snack bar is a great lunch and late night snack. Burgers, fries, wings, nachos, and tacos. All are good. A little strange that the service is just surround the bar and hope they come to you. It would take 10 minutes to put up a sign that says order hear and pick up, but instead they take the free for all approach. Never an issue for us because we are on vacation but some people like more structure and you could tell it stressed some people. We just kept grabbing beverages while we waited.
Antigua...what an island! None like we have ever visited. We definitely felt safer here than any other destination. On or off resort. We took two tours, one on a catamaran ride all day and another by taxi. We booked with Marvelous Marvin who is right down at the beach. He is great but understand he is not with the resort. They allow him there but if you walk over to the main reservation area you can get the same tours right through the resort. The taxi tour was something else. Nice vehicle but small, winding roads. It is different but we saw a lot. We requested a lunch like a local. He took us to a roadside "shack" and the food was awesome. Chicken, goat curry, and oxtail. We loved it all.
I could keep writing but I think it covers our experience. It is our goal to go everywhere we can and we don't often go to the same place again. But the Pineapple feels like a place we may go again.
We spent a week at Pineapple Beach Club and I give it 5 stars for cleanliness. We had a waterfront room which was well worth the up-charge. The location was perfect...
We were close to the restaurant, beach and pool. The entire resort was well maintained and very beautiful. The evening entertainment was fun and the drinks were strong! We did not think the food was great. It was average. We love water sports and most of those were on the other side other island. It isn't fair to the other side but a bit expensive to get there. That was our only complaint. We went sailing out of Jolly Harbor and the RT transportation was $120
We have been coming to the pineapple beach for 12 years, and it was 2 years since our last stay due to COVID. Firstly the positive the sea view room great,comfy bed, lovely view, beautiful beach, and new addition the coffee shop and seating area great. The negative, the food was nothing but awful, the a’la carte was average wasn’t like that in the past, staff not as attentive, and the new extra room levy of §35 each day per room didn’t go down with us. Have loved this place but may be time to move on
Stayed at the Pineapple Beach Club the first week of November and had a fantastic experience! Check in was a little slow but that was our only concern. We had room 220 which is a garden view room which faced directly across from the beach and was in an amazing location close to everything! Rooms were clean and looked to be recently updated, beds were comfortable.. The resort was very nicely laid out nothing more than a 5 minute walk between everything...
The beach was beautiful, calm, white sand, and crystal clear turquoise water and very clean, early mornings had small amounts of seaweed washed up but was cleaned up before 8am everyday.
Entertainment was good we enjoyed the evening games and there was always something going on..
Food/ Drink- The food at this resort was very good! Each morning there was a great selection of breakfast items! Dinner at the buffet was also very good. Pineapple Grill- this is the best restaurant on the property... always was a great meal and everything was cooked very nicely and there was a wide range of dishes to choose from. Italian restaurant- no complaints our meals here were also very good. Pelican Snack bar- this was an amazing place for lunch although the service was a little slow due to only 1 staff member usually working at a time the food was very good we loved everything on the menu great selection as well. The Outhouse- the views from here made this such a nice place to eat lunch overlooking the entire resort on the cliff and enjoyed the Caribbean BBQ.
The Bars- all of the drinks at the resort were also very good, there is a huge selection of drinks and they will even try to make you anything if you ask for it!
Staff- the staff at this resort we always so friendly and always saying hello and starting a conversation!
Covid Procedures- the hotel did a great job keeping the resort clean, all the staff wore their masks and sanitizer all around the resort! The resort also made sure to schedule our covid PCR test which was done directly at the resort which was very convenient
The only con to this trip was the daily resort fee that was implemented not too long ago $24US per day per room...
All in all we had an amazing first trip to Pineapple and cannot wait to return to this beautiful resort.