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Beauty Rocks and Elite Island Resorts UK

When lifestyle blogger Jamie Rockers of Beauty Rocks headed to Antigua to check out  two locations in the Elite Island Resorts UK  portfolio:

Beauty Rocks by Jamie Rockers spent time at St James’s Club & Villas and Veranda Resort & Spa Antigua and shared her thoughts and highlights in a series of posts on the Island,  Winter Sun, wellbeing & spa on location, beach therapy, dining and watersports.

Beach Therapy: An Escape to Antigua

Beach Therapy - Elite Island Resorts UK

 

“… The second half of my stay in Antigua was at the St. James Club Resort & Villas and let me just say – it is STUNNING. If you are looking for a chilled, relaxed holiday then I would highly suggest staying there. Because it’s an all-inclusive, everything is sorted out for you when you arrive so there is no stress about where to go and how much money it costs. In fact, as soon as I rocked up I went straight to the beach bar, ordered a margarita and looked at the stunning views of Coco Beach, where one of two white sand beaches on the resorts sits (the other is Mamora Bay on the other side). Although there were other guests, I never felt like it was too overcrowded or too busy – the resort is huge (100 acres) and there is a lot of space to roam around.”

Full story here: https://www.beautyrocksblog.com/2018/01/beach-therapy-an-escape-to-antigua/.

Palm Trees, Ocean Breeze: Why You Need to Visit Antigua

“… The second half of my stay in Antigua was at the St. James Club Resort & Villas and let me just say – it is STUNNING. If you are looking for a chilled, relaxed holiday then I would highly suggest staying there. Because it’s an all-inclusive, everything is sorted out for you when you arrive so there is no stress about where to go and how much money it costs. In fact, as soon as I rocked up I went straight to the beach bar, ordered a margarita and looked at the stunning views of Coco Beach, where one of two white sand beaches on the resorts sits (the other is Mamora Bay on the other side). Although there were other guests, I never felt like it was too overcrowded or too busy – the resort is huge (100 acres) and there is a lot of space to roam around.”

Full story here: https://www.beautyrocksblog.com/2018/01/palm-trees-ocean-breeze-need-visit-antigua/

Here Comes the Sunshine: Why Getting Some Winter Sun Is Always a Good Idea

“The Verandah Resort & Spa is an all-inclusive resort (and a certified Green Globe Resort with a green tick of environmentally-friendly approval) meaning the moment you step foot on the property you really don’t need to worry about a thing. It’s like living in a cashless society for days on end which is really quite fabulous.

This was my first experience of staying at an all-inclusive resort and I have to say that it really did take a lot of busy planning/thinking out of the brain. And for a girl who lives in London that is just the dream. If you feel frazzled because you have a busy life then I would highly recommend looking into an all-inclusive.”

Full story here: https://www.beautyrocksblog.com/2018/01/here-comes-the-sunshine-why-getting-some-winter-sun-is-always-a-good-idea/.

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