Plan Your Trip Around Island Events

Being a Caribbean island with summer like weather all year around and tourism as our main industry there is always something happening in Antigua.  Some of the biggest events include the annual carnival celebrations and fetes, sailing week and yacht shows, fishing tournaments, golfing, cycling and cricket tournaments.   No matter what time of the year, you’re bound to find one-of-a-kind festivals, cultural performances and other events to entertain you during your stay in Antigua.

In the upcoming months as the hurricane season comes to a close and we wrap up 2013, fishing tournaments, sailing and yacht shows will take up most of our events calendar.   There is a lot for the shore side lover to enjoy as well.  One can enjoy turtle watching, leisurely hikes or road trips to some of our historical sites or take a scenic drive around the island…Fig Tree Drive, Betty’s Hope and Nelson’s Dockyard are a MUST.  For the city slicker you can shop til’ you drop in the unique retail stores of Redcliffe & Heritage Quay selling local fashion, rums, crafts and art.

Of course no island vacation is complete without some beach time and we have 365 to choose from with two of the most popular Dickenson Bay and Jabberwock Beach minutes away from the hotel.

Antigua is the ultimate paradise for travelers seeking authentic, no hassle, go-anywhere adventures and with our 2-for-1 room rate special you can experience a charming and rejuvenating escape in our comfortable rooms with breathtaking views.  After your day of exploration relax with a refreshing cocktail as you watch the sun set over the Caribbean Sea.  Continue with fine dining in our signature open-air restaurant featuring Caribbean and international culinary creations.

So browse through our Events page and book that Antigua trip you promised yourself when you made your New Year resolution.

See you soon!

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