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Antigua’s Verandah All-Inclusive Resort Is Reopening Next Month

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The Verandah resort in Antigua.

The all-inclusive Verandah Resort and Spa in Antigua is reopening next month, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The popular family-friendly property is set to welcome back guests on Sept. 1, parent company Elite Island Resorts confirmed. 

The Green Globe-certified, recently-upgraded resort, which is set on 30 beachfront acres, has a total of 180 villa-style suites, with a mix of one and two-bedroom units. 

That’s along with a collection of six full-fledged villas, all of which have two bedrooms and sweeping views of the bay. 

Dining concepts include the signature Seabreeze restaurant; Nicole’s a fine-dining eatery with a fusion of French and Italian cuisine; The Buccaneer, an a la carte, Caribbean-inspired restaurant; The Beach Bar and Grill; and the Wadadli Snack Shack right on the beach. 

That’s along with four bars and lounges, including the beachside Rasta Bar. 

The property’s Tranquility Body and Soul Spa has a variety of treatment options, along with salon services. 

That’s along with amenities ranging from an 18-hole mini-golf course to two white-sand beaches. 

The resort is adjacent to the new Hammock Cove Resort, a spectacular adults-only property.

The reopening of The Verandah will mean that all of Elite Island Resorts’ properties in Antigua are open, joining Hammock Cove; Galley Bay and St James’s Club and Villas.  

Here’s what you need to know before visiting Antigua and Barbuda

For more, visit The Verandah

— CJ

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