Antigua Village

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Dickenson Bay, St. John's, Antigua
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Antigua Village - a very special place to stay. Located 12 mins drive from Airport and 5 mins. from the capital St. John’s. Area attractions include Cedar Valley Golf Course, and many fine dining restaurants. read more
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Galley Bay Resort & Spa - Antigua - All-Inclusive

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Five Islands Village, St. John's, Antigua
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Facing a long, tranquil beach, this secluded Antigua resort on the northwest coast is less than a mile from Deep Bay and Hawksbill Beaches. The airport is less than 7 miles away. read more
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The resort was beautiful and very well maintained. The view was magnificent, definitely a place for relaxing. The food was good, but got boring after a few days. They could have had more food choices. The staff was very friendly and helpful, but were slow in responding to requests. The resort should have a shuttle for guests. That would be a nice touch. When you want to leave the resort, it has to be by taxi, which was an added expense.
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Apr 7th, 2007
Grand Royal Antiguan Beach Resort

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Deep Bay, St. John's, Antigua
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This resort is located in St. John's (Antigua), close to the beach, Deep Bay, Galley Bay, and Fort James. Also nearby are Fort Barrington and Hawksbill Beaches. read more
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Our fifth stay at this resort and it was the best ever! Best beach on the island and exceptionakl service and quality people.
5
May 15th, 2007
Jolly Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive

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Bolans Village, St. Mary's, Bolans, Antigua
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This Antigua resort fronts a white-sand Caribbean beach 1.5 km (1 mi) long, on the island's west coast; downtown St. John's is 10 km (6 mi) away and the airport is 16 km (10 mi) northeast. read more
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This hotel is looking very tired and is in need of an upgrade/refurbishment. On checking after the long flight, our room was not ready and it took a further 7 hours before we managed to get the keys! The general look of the resort was poor and tired. Although the resort is clean, the common areas need updating, for instance: All of the furniture around the pool area was scratched or damaged and needed replacing. Where sections of pathway around the resort had been replaced guests had drawn graffiti in the wet concrete and there had been no attempt to resurface these areas. Lots of nooks and crannies around the resort were untidy looking and in need of screening from view. The rooms were clean and tidy, but for the price paid, they should have been furnished to a higher standard. I have stayed at other holiday resorts around the world which were much better and cost less. On a plus side the food was of a high standard and the 'al a cart' restaurants were easy to book and enjoyable to eat in. One of the couples in our party were married during our stay and the services of the wedding coordinator was exellent and made them feel very special. I would definatly consider visiting the island again but not at this resort.
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Feb 6th, 2004
Hawksbill Beach All Inclusive by Rex Resorts

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Five Islands Village, St. John's, Antigua
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Secluded behind green hills along 1,200 m (1,312 yds) of the northwest coast, this 37-acre Antigua resort has beaches for all tastes, including one for clothing-optional sunbathing. read more
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We were greatly satisfied with the resort and its service. We were looking for a quiet resort just to relax We recommend staying at the Palace Beach Club. The food was plentifull with 3 meals daily with unlimited drinks. The food was always fresh. The service can drag a little but a dollar here and a dollar there may help. Dont expect a party atmosphere. The resort is full of Europeans very few Americans. The resort does not have entertainment. An older crowd very few young couples The resort provides a shuttle to the capital and Shirley Heights take advantage. We missed it and attempted to get a taxi and he wanted to charge us $80.00 US. The Taxis are extremely overpriced and government controlled!!! The whole island is overpriced!!! They tend to cater to Europeans but only accept US and there money. We had a wonderful time and the Island's natural beauty is something to appreciate and the people very friendly. We did have a great time while taking an Island Safari and Kayak trip this was worth the money. They took us around the island, did a kayak trip around the mangroves, and had lunch on Bird island. Did not enjoy the snorkling. I grew up in Puerto Rico and have travelled to many islands and snorkling was not the highlight of this trip. Overall is was worth the trip. We also took advantage of the airport to resort through Expedia it is worth the money. Recommend taking tours that pick you up at the resort
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Jun 2nd, 2003
Inn At English Harbour

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P O Box 187, English Harbour, Antigua
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Set on a postcard-lovely bay on the island of Antigua, this split-level 4.5-star resort features a hilltop building overlooking English Harbour and the picturesque waters of the Caribbean Sea. read more
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Cocos Hotel Antigua All Inclusive

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Valley Church Road, Bolans, Antigua
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This beachfront property is located on the stunning South West coast, near Valley Church Beach. Nestled into the bluff overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean featuring 26 authentic wooden cottages. read more
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My wife and I stayed at Cocos for our honeymoon. I planned it as a surprise to her, and she was very pleased with it to say the least! The hotel is small and secluded; this makes it very quiet and intimate, which is nice. The resort itself is situated on a hill at the end of a calm, beautiful beach. The beach was not crowded at all and had plenty of private seating for hotel guests. The private cabins are cozy and romantic. The view from our private balcony was spectacular! We sat out there every night and watched the sun set over the crystal blue water. Be wary if you are uncomfortable showering outdoors; however note that the shower is totally private so you will not have to worry about exposing yourself (we found showering outdoors to be quite relaxing). The food ranged from better than average some meals to fantastic for others, and overall was very good. The menu has enough variety that we never got sick of eating there, even though it is only the one restaurant. The bar is well-stocked and the bartenders will do their best to make any drink you want. Beer and wine selection is limited, but the ones they have are good enough to drink. The exceptional service is the best feature of this hotel! The entire staff are friendly and professional, and genuinely seem happy to be there. They will go out of their way to make your stay pleasant. I highly recommend Cocos to any couple looking for a relaxing retreat. We plan to return as soon as we can!
5
Apr 25th, 2007
Trade Winds Hotel

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Dickenson Bay, St. John's, Antigua
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Set atop a hill above Dickenson Bay on Antigua's northwest coast, this 51-room hotel offers sweeping views of the Caribbean and catches trade-wind breezes. read more
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We enjoyed the stay, the room view was very nice and the service and response of the employees was good. The only downer was dinner in the restaurant, which was not what I would expect from a resort hotel. I would recommend the facility for a quiet, pleasant, beautiful surroundings place stay. Breakfast and lunch were good but was impressed with the dinner meals.
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Jan 24th, 2003
Blue Waters Antigua & The Cove Suites

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PO Box 256, St. John's, Antigua
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This award winning resort offers both all inclusive and breakfast plan meal options. Located on the north east coast, only 15 minutes from the airport and 20 minutes from St John's for shopping and site seeing. read more
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I fully recommend this resort and were told by other visitors who stopped at Blue Waters that they were planning to make their next trip to Antigua a stay at Blue Waters. This was my first trip to the islands for our honeymoon and I chose the resort based on very few reviews and the resort website. The website is accurate and doesn't even capture resort's beauty. We chose the inclusive package once at the resort, I would recommend this. The food is much too expensive to purchase at the resort. Our stay was in October, just after they reopen from hurricane season. There were very few guests so it was about a 5 to 1 ratio, staff to guests. There was some rain but it is too warm to care. I would definately stay there again.
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Oct 18th, 2001
Halcyon Cove by Rex Resorts

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251 St Johns, St. John's, Antigua
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Arrayed along a half-mile private beach on Antigua's Dickenson Bay; 4 miles from St John's, the Halcyon Cove resort offers activities and entertainment for the entire family. read more
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We only stayed for one night on our way through back to Canada. Of note - it was 'low-season'. The reception was outstanding, and the customer service was out of this world. Every employee took the time to acknowledge you, and all were more than happy to serve. Being that it was low season, the food choices at the resort were limited to one restaurant per meal. Although the 'all-inclusive' is not mandatory, you might as well take the cheap deal when you book, because you are going to be eating the same food anyway (and paying more if you don't book in advance). The resort is right beside Sandals, but there are really not too many other options for food within walking distance. You can visit Sandals by paying a 'guest' fee for the visit. I was not impressed with the food - not too much fresh, most was fried and fatty. I would go back, but probably only during high season when the options were more plentiful. Happy travels
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Nov 8th, 2007