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Picture a postcard from the Caribbean: white sands, alluring clear waters, shady hammocks under palm trees… Then open your eyes! At Antigua and Barbuda hotels, it’s all there.
Part of the Leeward Islands and lapped by both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, this twin-island nation is famed for the plethora of beautiful beaches that fringe the lush green land, attracting holidaymakers looking for peaceful lounging at the water’s edge.
Hotels in Antigua and Barbuda are ready and willing to aid in this exercise of winding down and taking it easy. The friendly employees at luxury hotels are armed with an arsenal of techniques to help you forget the cares of everyday life and melt into the laidback lifestyle of the islands. From spa treatments and in-room services, to top-class dining and cocktails under the stars, you’ll soon feel like the Caribbean spirit has lifted your soul.
Of course, if you plan to spend some time being a little more active, the expert locals at your hotel can also arrange or point you in the direction of more energetic pursuits too. Try diving or snorkelling to discover another side to Antigua and Barbuda.
To create your stay, your way, look for cheap flights to Antigua VC Bird International Airport (ANU). You can travel onwards to Barbuda by ferry or plane or just stay put in Antigua. Then it’s time to look for a hotel.
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Antigua is the busier and more developed of the two islands; Barbuda is a smaller version, with far fewer people and an abundance of wildlife and birds – it’s the perfect spot for bird-watchers.
In Antigua, hotels are dotted around the coastline, where beach lovers flop onto sands that dazzle and where swimmers splash in impossibly clear waters. Most offer all-inclusive dining and drinking, excellent facilities, and little perks that range from spas and sailing to children’s activities and candlelit dinners for two. Oh yes, this might be a romantic destination, but families will also enjoy the very best hotels in Antigua. Over in Barbuda, meanwhile, Coco Bay is where you will find some of the best hotels.
Peak season for Antigua and Barbuda hotels is December to April, when the weather is pleasant and dry, and visitors from the UK come to shake off the chills of home. Hotel prices usually dip in May and June, though August to October can be hot and humid with a chance of storms and hurricanes.
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There is much to see and do in Antigua and Barbuda, though no one will judge you if you refuse to leave your comfortable sun lounger…
Top five attractions
A fascinating heritage site named after Admiral Lord Nelson, who lived here for three years from 1784. In English Harbour, it is also the venue for Antigua’s popular sailing events.
The largest city in Antigua, and the nation’s capital since the first colonisation in 1632, it’s a colourful and vibrant place that is well worth a visit.
On the southwestern point of Antigua, and the highest point of both islands, this 400-metre peak was once known as Boggy Peak, but now honours US president Barack Obama. It’s a great place for trekking, and the views from the top are spectacular.
A spectacular natural arch carved by the sea in the northeast of Antigua, near to Indian Town Point.
Half Moon Bay
This small, protected bay in Antigua is the perfect spot for a day of sunbathing, swimming and relaxing on the ivory sands.
Spice up your holiday with a trip to one of these top annual events…
Barbuda Caribana; May: Traditional music and plenty of dancing to a Caribbean beat… This lively, fun-packed annual celebration goes on into the early hours.
Antigua Carnival; July/August: Visitors can’t help but be drawn into this month-long party of epic proportions. You’ll see colourful costumes and parades, and get the chance to join in the fun at the many street parties.
Antigua and Barbuda Independence Festival; November: An annual event to mark Antigua and Barbuda’s independence in 1981. Town squares across the islands play host to traditional music and dancing, accompanied by feasts of local food.