Verandah Antigua reopening as an adults-only resort

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The Verandah Antigua is scheduled to reopen in November.
The Verandah Antigua is scheduled to reopen in November. Photo Credit: Verandah Antigua

The Verandah Antigua will reopen on Nov. 17 and will shift to an adults-only resort. The all-inclusive Verandah will be the fourth resort in the Elite Island Resorts' Antigua portfolio that will cater exclusively to guests ages 16 and older.

Additions to the resort include the sports-themed bar Wavy Wicket, which offers large-screen televisions; cocktails and beer; and bar bites. It will also host movie screenings and late-night karaoke. The resort's Tranquility Body & Soul Spa received a face-lift that includes revamped treatment rooms, new amenities and new spa and salon services. The Verandah also added four pickleball and tennis courts and renovated its 18-hole minigolf course.

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The Verandah has introduced its dine-around privileges, enabling guests to explore the culinary offerings of its sister resorts, the Pineapple Beach Club and St. James's Club & Villas.

The Verandah Antigua is offering a fifth-night free deal that is available for new bookings made by Oct. 31, valid for travel through March 31.

The resort, which sits on 30 acres, comprises 180 waterfront, water view and hillside suites. It has five restaurants and five pools. Rates start at $599 per room, per night.

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