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.
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.
Had a great time at the Pineapple Beach Club Resort...whether you decide to have a sporty or relaxing vacation, PBC offers each option! The staff was very attentive and the grounds were beautiful. Every day we would wake up and say...another beautiful day in Antigua!
My husband and I had the chance to spend a week at the Pineapple Beach Club last February before the world shut down because of COVID-19. From the time we were picked up at the airport till the till we were dropped back off to the airport, We had an amazing time. The resort staff are wonderful and do everything they can to make your stay a pleasant and unforgettable one...
We had a room facing the gardens which are kept up beautifully (there hamacs under the coconut trees for naps or just some quiet time). Our room was very clean and comfortable (thank you to the ladies from housekeeping). The beach is absolutely gorgeous with white sand and turquoise water. The kitchen staff clearly work very hard to produce a wide variety food to suit any taste or dietary requirements. We really enjoyed the theme buffets, as well as our dinners at Chef Pietro’s restaurant and the Pineapple Grill. The dining room staff were very friendly and made sure we had everything we needed. Thank you to the bar staff for all those wonderful cocktails. The resort is perfect for couples and for families (with kids 16 and over). There are activities for every taste, from beach volleyball to a garden tour to nature hikes to trivia competitions. There is also nightly entertainment every night (we enjoyed the reggae band). We booked our tours via VIATOR prior to arrival, but there is a tour desk at the resort. Do not book tours with vendors on the beach, they are not with the resort and will rip you off. The only down side is the wifi which can be quite spotty. On the day you leave, make sure you eat before leaving the resort as the food at the airport is obscenely priced and really lacklustre. Thanks again to Pineapple Beach Club for a great, sun filled vacation. We hope to come back with our children next time.
Had reservations for the first of June. They cancelled due to the Corona virus. Will reopen mid June and will not offer a refund...
So I guess my party is out of money and no vacation. Beware of this place
Our friends and my husband went in September 2019. Our room was 213 with a view of the beach from afar but in front of the garden which was nice. Room was alright, had plenty of hot water, service was good...
only thing they do not stock your bar, which I like. The resort is very quiet, there was maybe 50-75 people there. Drinks were good, the food not so much. They did not have enough variety, maybe 8 dishes for the theme night but nothing else if you did not like the theme night. The service was good, lattes were a nice touch. The BBQ on top of hill was very good, beautiful views. We ate at the pasta restaurant, had seafood pasta, very good, saw a tarantula on the floor and waitress killed it with a chair very discreetly. Cool. Water was a bit rough to my liking, pool was nice and the food bar by the pool, best nachos ever. Staff were alright, very quiet. Grounds were kept nice. It is an overall alright place, but I would not go back. I prefer more glitz and glam.
We were forced to pay a $2,050.00 resort fee tin advance to book here. Due to the Covid-19 crisis, our trip was canceled. Numerous emails & phone calls were made to the resort, but no calls were answered & no emails were responded to...
Today, RCI was able to transfer my call directly to the resort. I was told that the all inclusive fee would not be refunded, but would be considered a travel credit good for 18-months. Unfortunately, this won't work for me & I'm out this money. As more & more Time Share properties convert to all-inclusive, our choices are more limited. I would encourage everyone to avoid this property & RCI as RCI has no influence on this. Good luck.