Blue Waters Resort Antigua

Blue Waters a popular luxury resort for tying the knot or just romantic on the north coast of Antigua

Choose your antigua resort hotel- a quick guide.

Are you a first time visitor staying for a week? If the answer is yes then be carefree about where on the island you will be situated. All Antigua resorts are nearby or situated on  great beaches. Are you looking for the best resort to get married in or have a once in a lifetime honeymoon? Take a look at our special article on wedding resorts.

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Situated in the north of Antigua, close to the international airport, is a wedding favourite Blue Waters Antigua.

About Blue Waters

This resort is very well reviewed and especially luxurious at its price point, as an alternative vacation to Sandals. This also buts heads with any resort for Weddings as they offer some superb wedding options and specialise in packages.   

Weddings are a speciality at this resort.  It has a lovely 'private' beach and some of the most wonderful accommodations in Antigua and with 6 restaurants to choose from you won't get bored.

The tour desk can give you first hand ideas and recommendations on what you might like to do while in Antigua and you are ideally located is the nearby Cedar Valley Golf Club, a PGA rated course.

If you would prefer to enjoy the water sports, there are options for taking out a hobie cat, windsurfing and kayaking locally from the beach.  There is also an on-site Spa, which is highly regarded and where you can enjoy a range of treatments. 

Location Map

How to choose the right resort?

Hotel Location

It's not necessary to situate yourself based on location to Nelsons Dockyard or Shirley Heights as the size of Antigua allows you full access to the islands nightlife and attractions anyway. Instead focus on choosing the right resort for you.

If you still want to be located in a specific spot then we have the following links that show you the hotels and touristic points of interest:
North, North East, East, South East, South, South West, West, North West 

When To Visit

Out of season it will be quiet no matter where you go with the exception that some loactions seem to hold more bars and restaurants that are actually open. English Harbour tends to slow down out of season (with closures) more than say the South West or North West. Just be ready to disengage from time and enjoy the resort restaurnts and nightlife. The busiest periods around Christmas to Easter see more visitors to the island and check for sailing week as it's crowded.