Blue Waters Resort and Spa - All Inclusive
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- All meals (even afternoon tea) and alcoholic beverages are included, and past guests praise the variety
- Secluded beachfront resort without the crowds and noise often found at other Antigua properties
- Rooms are bright, clean and spacious -- guests have no problem spending a week or more in these plush surroundings
- Staffers make the difference, earning many great reviews
Set on Soldiers Bay on the northwest corner of the island, Blue Waters holds five stars and has a knack for delivering top-of-the-line service.
Feel free to leave your wallet in the room, as this all-inclusive resort’s rates include all meals as well as alcoholic beverages (even premium brands). On-site restaurants receive solid reviews, and there are three to choose from with the all-inclusive plan, along with four bars to indulge in quintessential vacation cocktails.
Pristine, white-tiled and airy, all rooms feature a private patio or balcony with lush hillside or Caribbean Sea views. Guests are greeted with a stocked-to-order mini-fridge and complimentary Wi-Fi in all rooms.
Two semi-private beaches (a bit on the small side) are available for basking in the sun, but these are also open to public guests who purchase a day pass from the resort. Non-motorized water sports such as kayaking and snorkeling are also included free of charge.
Three pools, a Jacuzzi and fitness center are open to all guests of the resort, but those who upgrade to The Cove Suites have access to four additional, private infinity pools. Venture outside of the resort to find an 18-hole PGA-rated course, less than a 15-minute drive away at Cedar Valley Golf Club.