On the ground floor, families can enjoy garden views from the private balcony or terrace. Each room is decorated witha charming and rustic tropical theme.
Sleeps 2 adults or 1 adult and 1 child
Located on the ground or upper floor with a private terrace or balcony giving you a partial ocean view or views of the luscious garden.
Sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children
Families can directly access the beach from this tropically decorated room. Each have a private balcony or terrace.
Sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children
2 Bedroom Villa
The spacious 2 bedroom villas are an excellent choice for families. The main floor consists of a large lounge area whilst downstairs are the two bedrooms both with ensuites.
Sleeps 5 adults or 4 adults and 2 children (0-11 years old)
3 Bedroom Villas
The 3 bedrooms villas situated in the Club's village area each have a private terrace or balcony for ocean or garden views. The three bedrooms each have ensuites and the decor is to the highest standard. There is a seperate dining and living area with kitchen facilities.
Sleeps 6 adults or 5 adults and 2 children
The 3 bedroom villas has been recently refurbished leaving it with the best amenities. There is a large living area with a full equipped kitchen, whilst the three bedrooms are highly comfortable.
Sleeps 8 people
Breakfast, lunch and some dinners are served at Rainbow Garden, an airy and spacious dining room, surrounded by a wraparound patio and fringed by greenery.
Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar
For casual dining, the informal, breezy Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar offers sea views and a selection of salads, soups, burgers and pastas.
The Docksider Grill
The Docksider boasts a stunning view of Mamora Bay and charming nautical décor. It specializes in Caribbean-inspired dishes with fresh-caught fish. Thursdays are Caribbean Night, with a buffet showcasing specialties from around the region as well as steel band music and other entertainment.
Beachgoers enjoy the seaside Docksider Grill, which is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and offers lighter fare, such as burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches and a range of beverages.
Sweeping views and Italian cuisine with an elegant Caribbean twist are the draw at Piccolo Mondo. Its diverse menu features special items such as veal scaloppini Milanese and grilled catch of the day on saffron risotto. The restaurant's striking hillside setting and romantic ambience is perfect for an intimate, relaxing dining experience
A Childrens Menu is available for lunch and dinner and can be chosen by parents on a daily basis.
The St James’s Club Kidz Club is situated in the heart of the resort overlooking Coco’s Beach, purpose built with a fenced in play area. There is also a covered games area located next to the main pool.
Children aged 4 to 11 are welcome, providing that they are potty trained. Parents are welcome to bring children who are not potty trained, but have to remain with them. In addition parents with babies are free to use the facility and utilize the toys, movies and games.
The opening times are from 9:15am to 11:00pm so parents can relax over dinner and leave the children in the care of the Kidz Club for dinner and a movie.
The experienced staff run a schedule of different activities throughout the day, with the schedule changing weekly. From art classes to nature trails and swimming activities, children of all ages are entertained. In addition there are seasonal themed programmes for Halloween, Easter and Christmas. Parents are welcome to stay with their children and join in with the activities on offer.
What will the weather be like...
The Caribbean is warm all year round with varying degrees of rain and humidity to distinguish seasons. The hurricane season officially runs from 1st June to November 30th (usually peaking end August/September) and rainfall is highest between June and Novermber, with the most beautiful weather and high season from December to March.
Average temperatures are between 25 – 28 degrees year round with only the humidity and rain in the summer months effecting how hot it actually feels.
There are regional differences between the Islands; Antigua is one of the driest islands. The heat on all the islands is mostly counter balanced by cooling sea breezes.