A tranquil hotel with beautifully manicured grounds, Blue Waters Antigua caters mostly to couples, but also to families. The beach is very small, which has a strong negative effect on the property’s Overall Beach Resort Rating, and there isn’t much going on at night (on-site activities in general, actually, are quite limited). However, the resort offers excellent service, three on-site restaurants, evening music and wine tastings, quality accommodations with plenty of natural light and upscale bathrooms, a babysitting service, and several different pool areas. Rooms come with air conditioning and ceiling fans, tea and coffee facilities, flat-screen TVs, bath amenities by Elemis, mini-fridges, walk-in showers, and twice-daily maid service (including evening turndown service). The Pelican House, Turtle Cottage, and Rock Cottage are villa-style accommodations that work well for larger groups. Kayaks and catamarans are available on the beach. There’s also a kids club for ages 4-12 with arts and crafts, tennis, soccer, cricket, jewelry design, and ice cream trips.
The government of Antigua and Barbuda mandates that guests arriving by air must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within seven (7) days of their flight. Departure COVID-19 testing is available on-site, but it isn’t complimentary.