One of the most popular all-inclusives on an island that specializes in them, the Pineapple Beach Club has officially reopened its doors in Antigua, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The adults-only resort officially relaunched on April 4, according to parent company Elite Island Resorts.
The property, which is set on a quarter-mile-long beach, is set on 30 acres, with 180 rooms and two pools, among other amenities.
It’s part of Elite Island Resorts’ portfolio of all-inclusive in Antigua, one that includes The Verandah, Galley Bay, St James’ Club and Villas and, its newest resort, the dazzling new Hammock Cove resort.
The Pineapple Beach Club is providing rapid antigen testing for guests at the resort to help comply with the CDC requirements for returning travelers (ests are available with same-day results). It’s part of a broad set of health and safety protocols implemented by Elite Island Resorts at its regional properties.
Antigua and Barbuda was one of the Caribbean’s first destinations to reopen in the pandemic when it did so in June 2020.
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