The Most Stunning Resorts In Antigua

By Parker Diakite


The tropical islands of Antigua and Barbuda are located in the heart of the Caribbean. Not only does the island excel in an amazing food scene, culture, and architecture, but it’s known to be the perfect beach destination as the island boasts a total of 365 beaches.

Not sure where to choose your stay? Here Are The Most Stunning Resorts In Antigua.

The Verandah Resort

Guests who book a stay at The Verandah Resort will have more than 30 acres of the beachfront, beautiful gardens, and the stunning views of a shimmering turquoise sea as their backdrop.

Photo courtesy of The Verandah Resort & Spa Antigua

Cocobay Resort

Once you get to Cocobay Resort, you will quickly admire the beauty of it. The views are amazing, the beach, the garden, architecture, and the decor are beyond stunning. 

Voted “Antigua’s Most Romantic Resort”,  Cocobay is a very intimate setting that’s situated on a hillside overlooking the Caribbean. 

This all-inclusive resort is for adults only.

Photo courtesy of Cocobay Resort Antigua

Carlisle Bay Antigua

Carlisle Bay Antigua is a relaxing environment that’s perfect for those of you in dire need of rest and relaxation.

The resort offers a haven of seclusion and relaxation perfectly complemented by the serenity of Blue Spa and a variety of activities including, water sports, boat excursions and more.

Photo courtesy of Carlisle Bay Antigua

St. James’s Club Antigua

Voted as “One of the Best Resorts In Antigua,” St. James’s Club is a charming resort that’s great for families.

All accommodations were designed to all the sense of privacy and oneness with nature no matter if you choose a stay in a villa in “The Village” area, which tumbles down a gently sloping hillside towards the beach, or a room in “The Club,” near the resort’s restaurants and activities.

Photo courtesy of St. James’s Club Antigua

Hermitage Bay

The views you capture at Hermitage Bay will be like no other in Antigua. Located roughly 30 minutes from the capital of St. John’s, Hermitage Bay captures everything that makes Antigua beautiful.

You have to take a separate road to get to Hermitage Bay, which not only contributes to its seclusion, but it means that its beaches, gardens, and land go essentially untouched from the rest of the world.

Photo courtesy of Hermitage Bay Antigua

Galley Bay Resort & Spa

Galley Bay Resort & Spa is another top-rated resort in Antigua. Voted as “One of the Best Hotels in The World,” this all-inclusive resort offers a range of amenities that will make it an unforgettable experience.

You can take up diving, paddleboarding or sail the sea, indulge in a spa, or enjoy a candlelit evening.

Photo courtesy of Galley Bay Resort

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