St James’s Club & Villas

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    The hotel is all about relaxation from the moment you arrive through the door, with suite and villa accommodation and an array of leisure facilities.

  • Location


    The hotel is 30-minutes from the airport and a taxi will cost approximately US$35 for 1-4 people.

  • Beach


    The hotel sits on not one but two white sandy beaches and some accommodation has direct access to the sand.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    There are children's areas and a complimentary, award-winning Kidz Club.

  • Activities


    St. James's Club provides complimentary non-motorized water sports like kayaking, pedal boating and catamaran sailing.


St James’s Club & Villas

St James’s Club & Villas, PO BOX 63, Mamora Bay, Antigua

Spa & Leisure

The entire resort at St James’s Club & Villas is about leisure and relaxation, starting with two white-sand beaches that offer a host of pastimes including snorkeling at Coco Beach and swimming at Mamora Bay. On a more active note, St. James's Club provides complimentary non-motorized water sports like kayaking, pedal boating and catamaran sailing.

Head inland and the leisurely pace persists, with six distinctive swimming pools, a spa, a salon, six tennis courts and a Fitness Center. Of course, the Tranquility Body & Soul Spa is the epicenter of relaxation, and as such offers a hideaway surrounded by French doors that let in the light and beautiful outdoor views. It’s characterized by natural décor including rattan, sea grass and wood and offers an array of face and body treatments using world class spa products by Pevonia Botanica.

Hotel & Accommodation

On a secluded 100-acre peninsular on the southeastern coast of Antigua sits the St. James's Club Resort & Villas, with its cool, calm air of casual sophistication, offering families, solo travellers and couples a beautiful Caribbean getaway. There is an array of accommodation available, some with direct beach access, as well as 40 villas dotted around the hillside.

When it comes to dining, the resort's four restaurants serve everything from casual to Continental cuisine. The Docksider, is known for its panoramic views and charming nautical décor as well as its Caribbean-inspired dishes, while, 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. Alternatively, Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar offers sea views and a selection of salads, soups, burgers and pastas, and Piccolo Mondo is all about Italian fare.