Jayne from Girl Tweets World visits three of our luxury resorts in Antigua.
Travel and lifestyle blogger Jayne from Girl Tweets World shared a number of blog posts about her time visiting St James Club, Pineapple Beach Club and Galley Bay Resort in Antigua.
“…Can you hear the spa calling? Your body deserves to try the Tranquillity Spa’s signature well-being massage which uses Swedish techniques and relaxing scents to knead out any traces of tension. Ask for your massage to take place at the outdoor pavilion – not only are the views spectacular but the sound of waves and gentle sea breeze are hard to beat when it comes to ambience.”
“…The beaches in Antigua are absolute knock-outs and the bay that Pineapple Beach Club sits on is up there with the best. This resort, however, doesn’t just reside on the beach but invites it in. Whether you’re waking up in a beachfront suite, tucking into a bacon bagel from the breakfast buffet or flexing your travel trivia in the quiz, you are never more than a few metres from the beach.”
Full story here: https://www.girltweetsworld.com/pineapple-beach-club-antigua/
“…Galley Bay is a very clever resort; cunningly hiding a wealth of facilities yet maintaining the feel of a boutique hotel. This may have something to do with the way the rooms hug the coast – an elegant, long stretch of golden coast (which Georgio Armani has chosen to own a home on one end of.) The beachfront rooms are arranged in villas, 4 to a block and each no more than 1 storey high.”
“…The St James Club Antigua was the setting for Nicole Scherzinger’s ‘Judges Houses’ late last year. She turned up with Mary J Blige and Dermot O’Leary to listen to the girls’ auditions against a backdrop of calm clear waters and lush green mountains. That same backdrop was the one I woke up to this week.”
Full story here: https://www.girltweetsworld.com/antiguas-x-factor/
Girl Tweets World is a travel and lifestyle blog covering everything from flying to food. The work of Jayne, an expat Brit living in Australia, she describes her travel style as boutique hotels meet street-eats.