Antigua Luxury All-Inclusive Holiday
Grab this incredible luxury Antigua holiday deal at a bargain price. Blue Waters Resort in Antigua is a large resort with a scattering of pools and beach bays.
- Flights included (direct)
- 5 Star hotel accommodation included
- Beachfront room
- Free water sports
- Several private beaches
- Kids Club
- Travel during May 2024 school holidays
7 Nights £2,296 pp
The Blue Waters Resort and Spa
The Blue Waters Resort and Spa encapsulates luxury with its stunning traditional architecture, 4 private white sandy beaches and the service that is second to none. Set amongst 17-acres of manicured gardens, Blue Waters is truly the epitome of paradise. The resort caters for guests of all ages and an in-house babysitting service means that romantic meals for two in one of the on-site gourmet restaurants are still possible during a family holiday. The resort has won the award for the Best Hotel in Antigua thanks to its intimate and elegant atmosphere that still offers you plenty of things to do, regardless of your age or requirements. The hotel itself is family-owned and the staff know exactly what to do to make you feel at home so that you can kick back, relax and enjoy your break away without a care in the world.
Overview of Blue Waters Resort & Spa Antigua
- 5 Star luxury resort
- Several pools
- 4 Private beaches
- Free water sports
- Kid’s club including a crèche
- Beautiful sea or garden views from rooms
- Beachfront dining
- Free water sports and activities
- Incredible cuisine
- Golf buggies can be called to collect you from your room and take you to other parts of the resort
The idyllic island of Antigua is a tropical paradise of lush greenery complimented by a ragged, turquoise blue coastline that can be enjoyed year round. It is one of the most visited islands in the Caribbean thanks to its year round balmy temperature, which usually stays around a nice 27 degrees. The island boasts 365 stunning beaches just waiting to be explored. If you consider yourself to be a bit of a history buff, then be sure to visit Nelson’s Dockyard that has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage site due to its rich and colourful history.