Antigua & Barbuda

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11 reviews
A sister hotel to London's One Aldwych, Carlisle Bay... has been an "it" spot for celebs, rock stars, and those who like to live large since opening in 2003. — Concierge
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10 reviews
Ringed with white sand beaches, this private island can only be reached by boat. — Gayot
$1650
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10 reviews
This all-inclusive has none of that toga-party hysteria associated with such lesser all-inclusives. — Frommer's
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9 reviews
Classic Caribbean all-inclusive on Antigua’s southern tip, with two private beaches, a championship tennis center and a pair of top-notch restaurants. — Jetsetter
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9 reviews
This genteel resort, long a favorite with Brits and the boating set, is ideal for those seeking beachfront accommodations near English Harbour's attractions. — Fodor's
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11 reviews
Contemporary all-inclusive boutique spectacularly integrated into its natural setting in a secluded cove on Antigua’s southwest coast. — Jetsetter
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6 reviews
This intimate inn with 23 rooms spread over four Georgian stone buildings is charmingly old-school and romantic with lots of design touches and service that lend character and a deep sense of place — Lonely Planet
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7 reviews
This hilltop charmer has lovely views from its 60 colonial-meets-contemporary rooms, the nicest of which have a big veranda. — Lonely Planet
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6 reviews
This all-inclusive is geared to those who want everything in one place - great beach, tennis, spa, pool, fitness center, five restaurants, seven bars, watersports, and a Kids' Club Rooms. — DK Eyewitness
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6 reviews
This is a place to laze the day away, but if you insist on being active, you can borrow a pair of binoculars and visit the nearby lagoon to spot snowy egrets, pelicans, and blue herons. — Concierge
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5 reviews
For those tired of the dreary Sandals format, this government-rated five-star all-inclusive has opened at Dian Bay on the east coast. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
This large, upper-middle-range all-inclusive resort has been an established name on Antigua for many years, but it remains fresh, and the casual tropical decor in rooms is (mostly) updated — Oyster
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6 reviews
The setting is very picturesque, with a historic windmill at the center Rooms are set around the garden and there are sea view bungalows too. — DK Eyewitness
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5 reviews
Between Antigua Village and Rex Halcyon Cove, this property is one of the top all-inclusive resorts on the island for flirting couples — Star Service
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5 reviews
The perfect spot for an idyllic Caribbean beach vacation. Accommodations consist of luxury beach cottages, villas, and apartments. — DK Eyewitness
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5 reviews
This is Antigua's premier B&B, just a 10-minute walk from some golden sandy beaches. It's a special place, with the coziest and most homelike decor on the island. — Frommer's
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6 reviews
New Agers on a budget favor this ten-acre hillside boutique hotel for its bohemian vibe. — Concierge
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5 reviews
Clifftop sleep on a private bay with a long list of water sports, seven infinity pools and a spa. — Jetsetter
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3 reviews
Forget a pool. Forget a beach. This is the 18th-century "museum hotel" of English Harbour. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Sometimes luxury is as much as about what you don't have as what you do have. — Frommer's
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