Blue Waters is the perfect location to experience the enchantment of a tropical island. The resort is spread out over 17 acres, with three secluded coves and eleven swimming pools. Family-owned and operated, it has the feeling of a luxury estate, with staff who will go the extra mile to make you stay memorable.
The light, airy rooms look out over the water or the hillside gardens. You can choose cove-facing suites, penthouse suites or private villas, all furnished in contemporary Caribbean style which combines comfort with elegance.
Three coves provide private beach access, for swimming, lounging or water sports. Non-motorized sports like windsurfing, kayaking, snorkeling and sailing are covered in the all-inclusive packages. For couples looking for even more adventurous activities, horse riding on the beach and helicopter trips over the island can be arranged.
The Spa offers a full range of wellness treatments. Guests have a choice of four restaurants, all with menus built around fresh-caught seafood and local produce and ingredients.
Blue Waters is one of the oldest resorts in Antigua and known for having hosted royalty in the past. You’ll certainly get royal treatment that will tempt you to keep coming back, like so many other guests.
The Cove serves dinner with French and Caribbean cuisines in a spectacular setting with water views.
Carolyn’s serves cocktails, light lunches and tapas small plates for dinner in a casual beachside setting.
The Palm Restaurant is like an al fresco Caribbean beach cafe, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Private dining can be arranged for a romantic dinner for two in the gazebo or at a small cottage.
The Pelican is a Caribbean bar with water views, perfect for a sundowner while listening to a steel band.
Veronica’s Bar by the main swimming pool is a favorite with guests for evening cocktails and antipasto platters.