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Luxury Family Hotels In Antigua

Jumby Bay

Nestled on a 300-acre private Caribbean island two miles from Antigua, Jumby Bay, part of the Oetker Collection, is a…

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Blue Waters

A rare combination of a boutique atmosphere and superb children's facilities at this family-run resort.

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Calisle Bay, Antigua, Luxury, Family Holidays, Tots Too Carlisle Bay

Uber chic interiors, picture-perfect Caribbean sands and a fab kids club

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St James’s Club & Villas

A stunning family-friendly beach resort on the island of Antigua with white sand and complimentary water-sports as well as a…

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Nonsuch Bay

Nonsuch Bay is the perfect retreat for families looking for some active time as well as relaxing time in a…

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The Verandah Resort & Spa

The Verandah Resort & Spa is located on Antigua's pristine northeast coast on thirty spectacular beachfront acres traversed by hiking…

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Antigua is known as the “heart of the Caribbean.” The tourist office boasts that there are 365 beaches, one for every day of the year. These powdery white treasures, hidden coves and sweeping coastlines are the lure of the island and perfect for the more humble sun seeker, but there is also more than enough to keep the adventurer amused.

Antigua’s typically West Indian flavour is best captured in the capital, St. John. Home to over a third of the country’s population, it’s here that you can visit Heritage Quay and the less touristy Redcliffe Quay where shops, restaurants and old style Caribbean houses abound. The local Saturday morning market is also an experience not to be missed.

English Harbour is the island’s most famous landmark where you’ll find a rich array of historic sights, including Nelson’s Dockyard, an 18th Century British naval base, and Sandy Heights where some of the best views of the island can be witnessed.

Antigua may be closely linked with our own British history, but the lack of rainfall, heavenly beaches and delightful charm are just some of the differences that separate these two islands!

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