Located in St Johns, the award winning Galley Bay is an intimate adults only hideaway, situated on 40 acres of private paradise and surrounded by nearly a mile stretch of white sandy beach and the glimmering turquoise sea. This stunning boutique hotel boasts three open air restaurants and an array of complimentary water sports - it is the perfect place to unwind and soak up the Caribbean sun.
Tahitan-stye Gaugian cottages (applies to stays before 31 Oct 2016) are encircled by the resorts lagoon and enjoy an expansive bathroom. Amenities include satellite TV, mini fridge, coffee maker and hair dryer. Room upgrades are available at a supplement. From the 01 Nov 2016, the standard room will be the Superior Beachfront. From the 01 Nov 2016, the standard room will be the Superior Beachfront. These rooms are located on the beachfront and they are spacious and comfortable featuring private terraces and ensuite bathrooms. All rooms are air conditioned with a mini-fridge, hair dryers, coffee and teak making facilities, televisions and telephones. Room upgrades including Deluxe Beachfront and Gauguin Suites are available at a supplement.
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Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, internationally branded alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, non-motorized watersports. Time and measurement stipulations may apply.
Located in the West Indies of the Caribbean Sea is the colourful capital of St. John's. Known for being the largest city within Antigua and Barbuda and once a strategic naval fort, this multi attraction resort is a kaleidoscope of candy coloured market stalls, duty free boutiques and colonial history.
Head up to Shirley Heights for breathtaking views over the islands plush Antiguan coast, or travel by 4x4 on an incredible island safari. Explore Antigua's colonial heritage by paying a visit to the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda then head to the English Harbour, Nelson's Dockyard and Fort James, where guests will have the opportunity to view original cannons and beautiful coastal views.
Depending on what time of year you visit, there is always something to celebrate on the island such as Antigua's Sailing Week in April where dozens of yachts race across the stunning Caribbean waters. Alternatively, visit St John's during Carnival season in August to witness elaborate costumes, Caribbean street food and good vibrations. Encompassing everything from lazy sun filled days at the beach to beautiful tours around the resort and island, St. Johns will be the perfect Antigua holiday destination.
|All Inclusive Package includesBreakfast, lunch and dinner daily, internationally branded alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, non-motorized watersports. Time and measurement stipulations may apply.|
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