Bordering two beaches, this award-winning, family-friendly resort nestles in a secluded cove on 17 acres of tropical gardens, making it the perfect 'get away from it all' destination.
Blue Waters is an exceptionally well-managed smaller hotel and is a superb choice for those who need a break from the fast pace of everyday life, as it extends an open invitation to come and relax – Caribbean-style. It's the perfect place to hide away from your mobile phone, laptop and e-mail, and do absolutely nothing… all day long. Accommodation is spacious and extremely well appointed, with everything gently focused on relaxation and recuperation.
A warm, sociable atmosphere prevails, with live local music and impromptu gatherings at The Pelican Bar all being part of the scene. Dine at the Palm Restaurant surrounded by lavish gardens or, for something truly unique, take in some of Antigua’s most breathtaking vistas at The Cove Restaurant, directly overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Alternatively, Bartley's Restaurant is fully air-conditioned and is open for dinner to adults only.
Golfers will be delighted to know that the Cedar Valley Golf Course is just five minutes away, or if that seems just too much like hard work, you could always take a helicopter tour over this beautiful island. With this resort's philosophy of 'do everything, some things, or nothing at all', whatever kind of holiday you're looking for, you'll find it here.
There’s plenty here for younger guests too, with a creche for little ones and the complimentary Blue Waters Kids Club, run by expert holiday childcare providers Worldwide Kids', providing a host of engaging and entertaining activities for 4 to 11-year-olds.
Blue Waters Fact File
November - April
8 hours 25 minutes
British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly direct from London Gatwick
St Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, Barbados, St Lucia, St Barths, BVI, Cruise
Eastern Caribbean dollar
- 4 hours