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.
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May 15th, 2007
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