Hotels in Antigua and Barbuda (all), Antigua and Barbuda - your base to discover the city.
Antigua And Barbuda HotelsTwo lush paradise islands set amidst glittering azure blue, Antigua and Barbuda form a single nation yet take on very different identities. The former, which lures in celebs and jetsetters with met promises of idyll and indulgence. And the latter, an almost untouched oasis. Between them however, pleasures abound. From reef dives and watersports, to spa pampering and cricket with calypso. Or simply sun dazing beside a swaying palm to the sound of lapping waves - disturbed only by the slurps of your soon-to-be-topped-up rum punch no less.Things to seeEveryone who comes to Antigua and Barbuda finds their bliss on a beach, and there’s lots to choose from. Gilding the northeastern coast of Antigua is the mile-long, white sandy stretch of Jabberwock Beach. A favorite for wind and kite surfers, it’s secluded enough to claim your own little patch of paradise. On the northwestern coast, sun kissed Dickenson Bay Beach is a more popular haven for seaside pleasures, yet still provides a tranquil escape. Lined with resorts, restaurants, bars, and watersports operators, there’s plenty to enjoy between swimming and sun worshipping. The Jolly Harbour Marina caters to every yachting aficionado’s needs. With its gently bobbing white vessels, it’s a picturesque spot to take in the sea breeze. The only surviving Georgian dockyard in the world, Nelson’s Dockyard served as the British Navy’s base during the Age of Sail. Set within the National Park of the same name, it features fortifications and colonial buildings, restored to their former glory.Hotels in Antigua And BarbudaThere’s a sensational choice of hotels in Antigua and Barbuda. Among them you’ll find quaint west Indian-style rental cottages on the sand, secluded sleepovers nestled in the hills, and amenity laden beachfront resorts set within tropical parcels – almost all of them providing a dreamy blue view. Luxury lodgings come in 5-star style, where opulent suites, vista graced verandas, tip top service and spa pampering slather you with sheer indulgence. Whatever the price tag, many of the larger hotels in Antigua and Barbuda come packed with amenities. Among them expect swimming pools, tennis courts, and onsite restaurants, with in-room creature comforts ranging from WiFi and iPod docks, to cable TV.Where to stayMost visitors opt for a hotel in Antigua, the largest of the 2 islands and home to some pretty exclusive resorts. Offering a blend of seaside serenity and spirited island life, visitors can unwind or live it up as they see fit. Much of the energy can be found in the island’s epicenter, St. John’s. The colorful city boasts eclectic shopping, fabulous local cuisine, along with clubs and casinos for some glitzy nighttime hedonism. The island of Barbuda couldn’t be more different. Bordered by pristine deserted beaches and home to very few accommodations, island hopping allows you experience the best of both worlds, should you feel a little cast away.How to get to Antigua And BarbudaV.C. Bird International is Antigua and Barbuda’s main airport, and the gateway of choice for most. The hub serves numerous destinations in the United States and Canada, along with direct links to Europe and other islands in the Caribbean. Situated just 5 miles from Antigua’s epicenter St. John’s, it’s just a short taxi ride to your hotel if you’re staying there. For those staying in Barbuda it’s possible to make charter flights from Antigua, but the Barbuda Express ferry is preferable for most. Ferries depart 5 days a week from The Bryson Wharf and the journey takes a scenic 90-minutes.