Royal Caribbean adding Royal Beach Clubs

Royal Caribbean adding Royal Beach Clubs

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, who is known for the largest and most innovative ships in the industry, has a new addition to their line up that will bring added value to their passengers--- The Royal Beach Club.  The first of these Royal Beach Club developments has been announced for the Caribbean island of Antigua.  The island of Antigua is located in the Eastern Caribbean and is a part of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles.  Antigua is known for its beautiful beaches, and the Royal Beach Club development at Antigua will be located along the beachfront near Fort James at St. John's. 


 The Royal Beach Club at Antigua is anticipated to open in 2021 and more details related to the specific designs and amenities will be released in the coming months.


Royal Caribbean already has Perfect Day at Coco Cay in the Bahamas, which offers guests adventures in zip-lining and water slides, the largest freshwater pool in the Caribbean including a swim up bar, a variety of snack and dining locations, and opening in January of 2020 you can experience the first floating cabanas in the Bahamas at Coco Beach Club.  The Royal Beach Club at Antigua will similarly take a perfect beach day and expand upon that concept by adding even more services, activities, local food and music.  Guests can expect to enjoy many of the same amenities that are available at Coco Cay: beach chairs and umbrellas, cabanas, jet skis, snorkeling, paddle boarding, kayaking, island barbecue, complimentary and a la carte dining, swim up bars, snack shacks, and the addition of location specific food, music and experiences. 


Stay tuned for updates on the progress of the Royal Beach Club at Antigua.  In the meantime, reach out to one of our vacation genies to plan your Royal Caribbean Adventure and take advantage of all that Perfect Day at Coco Cay has to offer.