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St. James's Club Morgan Bay

At a Glance

    Pros

  • lots to do
  • children's club with organized activities
  • waterskiing, sailing, and tennis lessons are free
  • great dining atmosphere evenings at Morgan's Pier

    Cons

  • resort is huge and can be very busy, especially when all rooms are filled
  • beach is relatively small given the resort's size
  • Wi-Fi only in public areas and in some rooms for a fee

St. James's Club Morgan Bay Review

This all-inclusive resort offers singles, couples, and families tons of sports and activities—as well as quiet seclusion on 22 acres surrounding a stretch of white-sand beach. Accommodations, each with a private balcony or terrace, are in several buildings set among tropical gardens or facing the beachfront. Rooms are identical except for the location, and all offer an amazing view. The Palms is the resort's main buffet-style restaurant; the waterfront Bambou serves Caribbean-Asian fusion fare; Le Jardin, for adults only, serves French-creole specialties in a romantic atmosphere; Treetops offers pizza and pasta; a poolside grill is open all day; and Morgan's Pier, which juts out into the bay, specializes in seafood. Guests enjoy nightly entertainment in the Sunset Lounge. Four swimming pools (two for adults only) and all manner of activities are available day and night. Waterskiing, sailing, kayaking, and banana boat rides, tennis, and more—including lessons—are all part of the deal.

    Hotel Details

  • 225 rooms, 100 suites.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
Updated: 02-28-2014

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