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Luxury Antigua Holidays

A beach for every day of the year

Famous for its white sandy beaches and many activities, holidays to Antigua can be as relaxed or active as you like. Spend your days on sun loungers listening to the lapping waves of the Caribbean Sea and the breeze in the palm trees overhead. Evenings offer a selection of lively bars in the towns, or you could enjoy gourmet candlelit dining on the beach. Perfect for couples and families alike, there are plenty of activities for the adventurous as well.

Watersports will keep everyone entertained, while scuba diving and snorkelling offer a chance to explore beneath the surrounding ocean. Book boat trips and explore towns dating back to the 18th century, or climb to the top of a mountain for luscious interior landscapes and spectacular views across the island and its many beaches. Many hotels offer Kids’ Clubs which will keep little ones entertained all day, while Mum and Dad enjoy a well deserved pampering session in the spa.

Luxury holidays in Antigua

An island with 365 beaches – one for every day of the year – luxury holidays in Antigua are full of idyllic and relaxing experiences. Settle poolside or on the beach with a good book, hit the spa, or enjoy a boat trip and explore the surrounding area. Couples will find plenty to keep them occupied, with private beach dining available at many of our hotels, sunset sailing trips, and couples’ massages available.

Families are well catered for in Antigua, with Kids’ Clubs offering a range of activities, including finger painting, water sports lessons, cooking lessons, and lots more. Each of the hotels in our collection have been hand-picked by our Trusted Advisers to ensure the ultimate in luxury and facilities. Take in opulent décor or enjoy fresh, beachy interiors. Infinity pools, gourmet dining, horse riding on the beach, and tranquil gardens are just some of the luxury amenities you can look forward to.

Our pick of the top hotels in Antigua
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Blue Waters & Cove Suites Antigua

Antigua
  • A spectacular beachside setting
  • Perfect for couples and families wanting to relax
  • Five star services, including fine dining and a spa

Carlisle Bay Antigua

Antigua
  • Prime location, on Turner’s Beach
  • Award winning Blue Spa with an array of treatments and massages
  • Kids’ Clubs offer an array of activities tailored to different ages

Galley Bay Resort and Spa

Antigua
  • Luxury, all inclusive Caribbean sanctuary, exclusively for adults
  • Direct access to the beach and water sports
  • Sumptuous spa featuring relaxing and rejuvenating treatments
Destinations in Antigua
St. John's
St. John’s is the colourful capital city of Antigua. It has a cruise ship harbour, colonial forts, candy-coloured restaurants, and sandy beaches around a deep bay in the island’s north-west.

St. Mary's
St. Mary’s is a parish in the south-west corner of Antigua. Exclusive harbours and beaches trim the coastline, which rises towards the highest hill in Antigua – emerald-green Mount Obama.
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Flight Information

Flights from the UK to Antigua take approximately 8 hours 30 minutes.

When to go

Antigua’s Caribbean climate means year-round good weather. Average highs hover around 28°C in June, while the coldest month is January at a toasty 25°C. The rainy season takes place from June to November, with October racking up the most rainfall. Unlike the constant drizzle we often get at home, Caribbean rain tends to fall in short, sharp bursts, usually followed by sunshine and blue skies.

Visa Information

Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Antigua.

Tipping

A 10% service charge will often be added to restaurant bills, however, for good service, it’s common to leave a 5% cash tip as well. Aim for a 10% tip on fixed taxi fares and a couple of dollars for porters and maids.

Introduction to languages

The official language of Antigua is English.

Health 

No vaccines are required or recommended for Antigua, however all routine immunisations should be up to date. For full details, please contact your GP.  

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