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Antigua, Antigua And Barbuda

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Antigua Hotels

Escape reality by staying at any of the impressive, charming or landmark Antigua hotels. They’re your opportunity to relax or engage in water related activities. Opt for the Admiral’s Club if hoping to capture the area’s historical allure. The building dates to 1788 and represents Georgian style architecture. It’s located in Nelson’s Dockyard at English Harbor on the southern section of the island offering scenic vistas of the blue seas. All nine rooms are fitted with terraces and private bathrooms. Don’t miss the dining room for delectable seafood specialties and fabulous nightly live entertainment. The staff comprises only West Indians making it a most hospitable establishment.             
Antigua hotels also boast a wide selection of elegant venues. The Antigua Yacht Club Marina Resort situated on a hill is a favorite among many. It’s nestled amidst beautifully landscaped gardens overlooking the Falmouth Harbor. The accommodations showcase impressive perks such as four-post beds, ceiling fans, air conditioning, safes, satellite television, wireless Internet, DVD/CD player and hairdryers. Together with all these amenities the hotel houses an excellent Turkish Spa, fitness center and Italian restaurant. Antigua hotels welcome you with open arms.   
But if you’re trying to stay within a budget, Antigua hotels will not disappoint. The Catamaran Hotel on Falmouth Harbor offers romantic and idyllic rooms in an ambience of sheer serenity. The only sounds you’ll hear are those from chirping birds or the waves crashing against the rocks. Every suite boasts top of the line mattresses, refrigerator, stove, microwave oven, and of course unrivaled views. It’s situated on one of the sublime 365 beaches Antigua is famous for. And when choosing Antigua hotels for important festivals, this is the perfect spot. It’s next to the sites where Sailing Week and the Sport’s Fishing tournament are held. It’s also close to the marina where the biggest yacht regatta in the Caribbean takes place.    
Among other renowned Antigua hotels is the Copper & Lumber Store. It’s picturesque, legendary and considered the only resort with a wealth of history. The bricks and posts with which it was constructed were once used in missions by the British navy. The suites are named after Admiral Nelson’s vessels as well as the captains who fought in the Battle of Trafalgar. The furnishings are antique and sumptuous to say the least. It’s a dream location for a wedding or to commemorate a special occasion. 
About now you’ll realize that Antigua hotels boast unrivaled character and personality without breaking the bank. Antigua hotels are inviting and comfortable without being too ostentatious. But if hoping to find real value for your money, among the wide range of superb Antigua hotels the Ocean Inn is an excellent pick. Overlooking the English Harbor and Nelson’s Dockyard it’s a dream come true. Spend the days relaxing by the pool or taking a stroll by the adjacent marina. Dine in the privacy of your room or making new friends in the lounge. 
No matter which one of the Antigua hotels you choose, chances are you’ll be back again.

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