7-9 Nights of Oceanview Stays at Pineapple Beach Club Antigua

Bidding Supports: ABILITIES FIRST INC (POUGHKEEPSIE, NY)

Item Number
114
Value:
$2,100 USD
Online Close:
Oct 18, 2019 9:00 PM EDT

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Pineapple Beach Club Antigua

Adults Only

7 to 9 nights of Oceanview accommodations, for two rooms double occupancy at the Caribbean beachfront resort of Pineapple Beach Club Antigua. 

Certificate expires December 20, 2020.

Nightly All-Inclusive Supplement Required.

$120 per person/per night (based on double occupancy + tax)

The simple, unadorned pleasures of the Caribbean await at the Adults-Only Pineapple Beach Club Antigua. Set on 30 acres of tropical paradise, with a spectacular quarter-mile white sand beach, two freshwater swimming pools, non-motorized water sports, comfortable accommodations, three dining options, tennis, fitness center, and more, this resort is perfect for those seeking laidback fun in the sun, a romantic hideaway or looking to explore the beautiful island of Antigua.

This Resort Certificate provides 7 to 9 nights accommodation (double occupancy) for two (2) rooms (valued up to $1,050 per room depending on dates of travel) at Pineapple Beach Club. All reservations are subject to a required supplement of $120 per person/per night which provides all dining, all beverages (including alcohol), resort facilities, activities, service charges and gratuities. Government tax is additional. Guests choosing to upgrade to a higher room category may do so for as little as $32 per night plus tax. Reservations are subject to availability, some restrictions apply. Air transportation is not included. Should you require air, the Elite Island Resorts is available to assist. Resort blackout dates do not apply, however, additional peak season surcharge of $50 per person, per night applies Dec. 21-Jan. 3 and Feb. 1-24. Air must be purchased at the time of booking for stays Dec. 21-Jan. 3 and Feb. 1-24. 

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