My wife, Marlinee, and I recently enjoyed a 4 night stay at Three Martini during a visit to Antigua and strongly recommend it to travelers looking for reasonably priced accommodations with a more local flavor than many of the more touristy resorts scattered around the island. Granted, the rooms aren't air-conditioned, the rooms aren't serviced daily (though any requests we made were cheerfully and speedily fulfilled), there's no shuttle service (you should consider renting a car-it's the best way to see all of the diverse beaches and villages on the Island), and the rooms are not accessible to the physically limited. My wife and I didn't miss any of these things. The views from the balcony onto one of the nicest beaches (Turner's) on the Island make for wonderful sunsets. The hotel offers delicious meals, and is located nearby (easy walking distance) other restaurants and bars offering wonderful food (OJ's and Jaquie O's stand out, the latter offering full beachside service, including umbrella beds, which Three Martini does not).
One of the best features of the hotel is the owner, Godfrey, whose warmth and charm added immeasurably to our stay, and whose wealth of local knowledge gave us greater insight into the island and its inhabitants then we'd have ever gained otherwise. If you are looking for something other than a generic resort stay, something more local and authentic, then Three Martini is the place for you.