Greetings from Antigua & Barbuda - Caribbean's heart!
Everything about Antigua and Barbuda is captivating - the culture, religion, traditions, song and dance, music and dress, humour and its inspiring history. The hammocks on this tropical paradise sway to the warm lilting breeze, and there are a number of relaxing Antigua and Barbuda hotels to stay in. The energetic beat of a practised hand plays an original Benna. Here in this island, you will truly find a part of yourself that simply loves to wander!
Come home to Antigua and Barbuda, enjoy the gorgeous sunsets - you could even try to catch one at every single blue sparkling island beach!
Antigua is popularly becoming known as the sunniest of the Eastern Caribbean and the largest of the English speaking Leeward Islands, encompassing 108 square miles, and being 14 miles long and 11 miles wide. Explore these beautiful islands with their many things to see and do, and be absolutely charmed.
It's easy to find a place to stay in Antigua and Barbuda, and there are many hotels in Antigua and Barbuda that you can relax in. If you'd like to stay near a particular beach or landmark, our map shows the Antigua and Barbuda hotels we offer.
Antigua offers a host of outdoor activities - offering great opportunities for windsurfing, sailing, diving and snorkelling. Antigua is also known for its major Yachting center where it is the host of the annual sailing week. The island itself has warm, steady winds, a complex coastline of safe harbours, and a protective, nearly unbroken wall of coral reef. Antigua is one of the Caribbean's premier tourist destinations. Barbuda is popular among deep sea divers and its shipwrecks are the attraction - there are more than 200 of them - while the bird sanctuary attracts nature lovers. A great way to discover the underwater world is on a tour in Antigua and Barbuda.
Antigua and Barbuda is a member of the Caribbean Community, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, and the Eastern Caribbean's Regional Security System. It is also a member of the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations.
Flying is the best way to get to Antigua and Barbuda and both direct flights and connections are available from North America and Europe via San Juan and St. Martin. Be sure to use your Antigua and Barbuda holiday to visit other amazing Caribbean islands such as Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica, and St. Lucia.
Antiguans invite one and all to come and explore the many riches that is displayed both in nature, history and culture. Welcome to Wadadli Antigua!
The Catamaran Hotel started by Hugh Bailey, the renowned Antiguan Yachtsman and his family in 1968, is one of the few true Caribbean Inns left to enjoy in Antigua.[more info]
If you are looking for a place to stay where you can enjoy the natural environment and be a part of Antiguan life, Ellen Bay Cottages offers you a unique little taste of Antigua.[more info]
The Trade Winds Hotel is a stunning 50-room hotel where guests will relax in peaceful surroundings and enjoy fine international cuisine accompanied by friendly, unhurried service.
Beautifully set on a hillside overlooking the spectacular Dickenson Bay, this idyllic hotel exudes a soothing sense of tranquility and seclusion. This is an intimate hideaway with lush, landscaped gardens and an attractive freshwater swimming pool. Trade Winds Hotel is renowned for its restaurant, The Bay House, rated as one of Antigua's finest.
Valley Creek Hotel & Fitness Centre is located on the outskirts of St John's, just a few-minute drive from 3 of the Antigua's finest beaches on the southern side of the island. The hotel offers 10 tastefully decorated, spacious one-bedroom condo units.[more info]
Hello! Welcome to Antigua & Barbuda!
Meet Neil Forrester and the team at the Antigua Hotels and Tourist Association, your local connection in Antigua. We are pleased to be able to show off our home to you. Beautiful islands are easy to fall in love with, but it's the people here, their humour, their helpfulness and their passion for life that truly move us. The proud cultural traditions of our island, as well as its historical sites, are things we are working to preserve for future generations to experience and enjoy as much as we do.[more]
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