Antigua and Barbuda beach hotels have flourished alongside growing tourism in the Caribbean. From small seaside hotels to massive beach resorts, Antigua beach hotels come in many forms. Of course the best way to fully appreciate vacations in Antigua is via a stay at a waterfront hotel or resort. Luckily beach accommodation in Antigua is available with many different interests, budgets, and tastes in mind. With so many things to do related to the water, staying at a beachfront hotel can often mean getting the most out of your vacation savings.
Blue Waters Hotel (pictured) is one of the many Antigua beach hotels situated in a remote location with full-service staff for guests. The intimate setting is provided by the family-owned and operated hotel with emphasis on the personal experience. Guests have access to two al fresco restaurants, four distinct bars, seven hotel swimming pools, and more than sixteen acres of picturesque gardens, palms, and manicured lawns. Blue Waters offers 4 penthouse suites, 3 villas, 32 guest suites, and 67 standard rooms. The hotel also offers several vacation specials throughout the year.
Coconut Beach Club is conveniently situated a few minutes north of Five Islands Village, east of St John's. A host of all inclusive options create many opportunities for outdoor activities, excellent dining options, and plenty of relaxing pursuits. Unlike many Antigua and Barbuda beach hotels, Coconut Beach Club offers every guest a beachfront room with patio doors sliding open to a private balcony with chairs and a hammock. Total bliss all within a few feet of the ocean. With a no kids policy, this resort is ideal for weddings and honeymoons and anyone seeking romance or total solace. Two restaurants, a movie lounge, library, spa facilities, and freshwater pool are available. Nature walks, kayaking, snorkeling, and tennis are more things to do at the hotel.
Hawksbill by Rex Resorts offers some of the most popular beach accommodation in Antigua. A total of four private beaches (one that is clothing-optional), a variety of gardens, plenty of outdoor activities, and onsite dining are offered across the 37-acre property. Watersports such as sailing and snorkeling are popular along with tennis, diving, and waterskiing. Live entertainment with a local twist is scheduled several nights per week. This all inclusive hotel offers several accommodation choices including palm-flanked cottages, spacious suites, and even a private estate at the point of the peninsula.
Antigua and Barbuda hotels certainly know how to cater to upscale crowds, but Antigua and Barbuda beach hotels are also wise to the fact that their tourist crowd is highly diversified. Anyone looking for luxury hotels will be spoiled with an amazing choice of lavish options. But you don't need a fat wallet to enjoy some of the best Antigua beach hotels and surrounding attractions. Whether an all inclusive is right for you, or you plan to pay as you go, beach accommodation in Antigua opens the door the beast of the waterfront and the best of the island.