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Carlisle Bay - Carlisle Bay Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Carlisle Bay

Old Road, Carlisle Bay - Map
"The service and staff were incredible. "
The staff were simply incredible. Very responsive to our every request or need. Very relaxed atmosphere. Incredibly chill.
Traveller from nyc
This Carlisle Bay hotel is on the beach, 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Carlisle Beach, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Turner's Beach and …More
Sugar Ridge - Jolly Harbour Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sugar Ridge

Tottenham Park, Jolly Harbour - Map
Beautiful hotel. Beautiful location. Beautiful helpful staff. I didn't want to leave.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Situated near the beach, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Valley Church Beach and Jolly Harbour Golf Club. Fryes Beach …More
Trade Winds Hotel - St. John's Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Trade Winds Hotel

Dickenson Bay, St. John's - Map
"Excellent Overnight Stay"
Friendly, efficient staff at check-in. Extremely clean, comfortable room, good dinner but excellent Antiguan breakfast. Would definitely recommend this hotel based on our short stay.
Traveller from London
Set atop a hill above Dickenson Bay on Antigua's northwest coast, this 51-room hotel offers sweeping views of the Caribbean …More
Cocobay Resort - All Inclusive - Adults Only - Valley Church Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Cocobay Resort - All Inclusive - Adults Only

Valley Church, Valley Church - Map
"Best vaca ever - will never go anywhere else!"
This resort exceeded my expectations. The staff was all amazing, knew our names by day two and were so friendly - constantly asking if we needed anything. The food was amazing, 5 star gourmet and the menu changes daily. Our room was spotless, the bed extremely comfortable. I did not give an "excellent" score to the Hotel Staff and the facilities due to the following: The pools have quite a bit of mildew/algae under the edge. I am not being picky, it is very obvious and I think this could be cleaned very easily. "Robert" who runs the water sports and the towel area was very, very rude. And I am not the only one that felt that way. I was terrified to even inquire about taking a kayak out again or asking about towels. I am not quite sure why he works in the hospitality business if he is that miserable. He was the only one that was not friendly though. On a couple of occasions at both bars they were playing music that had EXTREMELY offensive language in it. I was completely shocked. We walked over to Fryes Beach next door to Dennis's bar to have lunch (you MUST go there and try the ribs) we walked a little ways down the beach and my bag was stolen by someone that was hiding behind a bush. I had put it down for a second and wondered away just a few feet - lost camera, ipads, iphone, credit card, phone - everything. Not the resorts fault and they felt terrible and helped us cancel cards, phones, etc, BE CAREFUL over there!!! Cops were great but never got my bag.
Traveller from Cape Cod
Offering West Indian-style guest cottages for adults only aged 18 and older, Cocobay Resort sits on a bluff between two …More
Antigua Yacht Club Marina - Falmouth Harbour Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Antigua Yacht Club Marina

Antigua Yacht Club Marina, Falmouth Harbour - Map
"Great Staff and Resort!"
Very well maintained resort. The Staff was extremely welcoming. Restaurants in the vicinity served great food and drinks. Wonderful views of the yachts and harbor.
Traveller from NYC, NY
This family-friendly Falmouth Harbour hotel is located on the waterfront, within a 15-minute walk of Admiral House and …More
Jolly Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive - Jolly Harbour Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Jolly Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive

Bolans Village, St. Mary's, Jolly Harbour - Map
"This is an ok hotel, best feature is the beach"
This is 3 star accommodation not more. Rooms are basic and include a tv, safe(additional charge in USD), hair dryer. There is no fridge. Aircon and ceiling fans keeps in cool. Food is ok, but buffet does get samey. A la carte Italian (additional charge in USD) and Indian restaurant a recommended. Gym is pretty good for 3 star hotel. Wifi in lobby area is very useful. There are some sellars who approach you on the beach re jet skis and other trips. They appear legit. The are some nuisance men as well who may pester you. The hotel has beach security to ensure safety. We enjoyed our time there and staff overall are excellent and waitresses were extremely helpful.
Traveller from London
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 …More
Siboney Beach Club - St. John's Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Siboney Beach Club

Dickenson Bay, St. John's - Map
"A perfect base for the Antigua Experience"
This hotel came highly recommended by friends and I am very happy to repeat those recommendations. Lush garden environment with many interesting plants. Extensive variety of birds and small (harmless) creatures. Great staff, a desk which is open until late every day. The owner is on site daily and is totally approachable.Ground floor rooms have immediate access to the beach and pool. Upper floor rooms seem suspended just below the tree canopy. Rooms have all you need including AC, basic cooking, TV (mainly US channels), comfortable lounge area, huge bed. Many locations are a short taxi ride, use of a car is recommended for at least part of your stay. We had a minor shower problem - it was fixed, by the owner, within 10 minutes - at 7pm!! This standard of care is extremely rare. Stay here but also explore the island. A taxi trip to the closest Supermarket (First Choice) should cost about 10ECD and takes a few minutes.
Traveller from South Yorkshire UK
Nestled on the beach, this St. John's hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Runaway Bay Beach and Dickenson Bay Beach. Fort James is …More
Galley Bay Resort & Spa - All-Inclusive - Adults Only - St. John's Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Galley Bay Resort & Spa - All-Inclusive - Adults Only

Five Islands Village, St. John's - Map
"Paradise! "
The resort and the staff was wonderful! The food was absolutely delicious! The updated Gauguin Cottages are beautiful! We loved the private pool and sun deck!
Traveller from Concord Township, Ohio
Facing a long, tranquil beach, this secluded Antigua resort on the northwest coast is less than a mile from Deep Bay and …More
COCOS Hotel Antigua - All Inclusive - Adults Only - Valley Church Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

COCOS Hotel Antigua - All Inclusive - Adults Only

Valley Church Beach, Valley Church - Map
My spouse said it best as we were leaving the resort---this place has RUINED our desire to want to go to any other island and stay at any other resort ever. It was a fantastic experience and the staff was out of the world. Not only was the island its self lovely, but the set up and intimacy of the resort was bar none the best we have ever been to. Food was better than any other all inclusive we've have ever visited, staff overly helpful and the "extra" mile everyone went really made for an amazing stay. Will most DEFINATLY be back and soon!
Traveller from Austin Texas
Nestled on the beach, this Valley Church resort is within a 15-minute walk of Valley Church Beach and Fryes Beach. Darkwood …More
Sandals Grande Antigua - All Inclusive Couples Only - St. John's Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sandals Grande Antigua - All Inclusive Couples Only

Dickinson Bay, St. John's - Map
"Rooms & Dining... "
Rooms: rooms are much smaller than other hotels even with the upgrade. This was a bit disappointing considering the money you pay to stay here. We stayed in the main tower which was the newest building (Med. side). You may consider booking a private villa by the gardens/near beach, we heard it was more spacious from other guests (although more expensive). Food: the food is good but the portions are small when doing restaurant dining (I recommend ordering 2 entrees). Eveything else was great! The beach and water make up for the above- absolutely beautiful. FYI... The beach is public so you will have vendors ask you daily if you would like to buy small items or book tours (they are mostly licensed vendors on the beach). They are nice tho so all you need to say is no thank you, if not interested (they won't really push you to buy anything).
Traveller from Northern, NJ
This award-winning resort sits along the powdery white sands and calm waters of Antigua's Dickenson Bay, 10 minutes from the …More

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