Two of Antigua’s most popular all-inclusive hotels have reopened their doors, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Galley Bay Resort and Spa, the adults-only all-inclusive resort in Antigua, reopened its doors this week, joined by the relaunch fo the St. James’ Club Antigua resort.
Galley Bay, set on 56 acres on the western coast of Antigua, officially relaunched on Oct. 14, as did the family-friendly St. James’ Club, which is set along two beaches on the southeastern corner of the island.
The two Elite Island Resorts properties join Elite’s Hammock Cove resort, which was the company’s first property to reopen earlier this summer.
Another Antigua property in the company’s portfolio, the adults-only Pineapple Beach Club, is scheduled to relaunch Nov. 7.
Antigua and Barbuda was one of the first Caribbean destinations to reopen for tourism when it relaunched in June.
You can find more on Antigua and Barbuda’s entry protocols for travelers here.