5 Romantic Resorts on the Island of Antigua

5 Romantic Resorts on the Island of Antigua

With its expansive white sand beaches, sparkling golden light, and crystal-clear sea, Antigua has long been a favorite Caribbean location for honeymooners, romantic getaway cars, and couples planning elegant anniversary excursions. In addition to having top-notch beaches, Antigua offers amazing sightseeing options. There are plenty of interesting sights to see in Antigua, including Saint John’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Dockyard, Devil’s Bridge National Park, and Heritage Quay. It’s important to head back to a luxurious hotel to unwind after a full day of travelling. Here is a selection of our top choices for Antigua’s greatest all-inclusive resorts for couples to get you started.

The Resort and Spa at Galley Bay

Galley Bay Resort & Spa is our first stop, and its tagline is appropriately “art of amazing.” Situated on 56 acres of private paradise, this stunning hideaway exudes romance from the moment you arrive until you leave. It has access to the nicest beaches in Antigua, lush, colourful gardens, wooden boardwalks, a stunning lagoon, and is encircled by a bird sanctuary. And it’s only for adults.

Main Road of Gray’s Farm, Five Islands Village, Antigua

Keyonna Beach Resort

The Keyonna Beach Resort, a boutique hotel, is another adult-only area in town. With sweeping views of Montserrat Island and the Caribbean Sea, this all-inclusive beachfront resort offers a variety of roomy cottages and rooms with four poster beds, charming beach decor, and private patios or verandas. Indulge in the seafood-focused Beach Restaurant at the resort, complete with a wooden terrace, loungers, and Balinese beds.

Turners Beach, Johnson’s Point, Antigua

Cove Hammock Antigua

There is nothing that says “romantic getaway” like lodging in a resort with a private cove. The new property has received immediate recognition for elevating the bar for island living. Situated thoughtfully on the northeastern coast of Antigua, Hammock Cove Antigua provides serene views of the Caribbean Sea and Devil’s Bridge National Park. It also features Michelin-starred dining options that Chef Marco Festini masterfully prepares. The resort also provides exclusive indoor-outdoor villas with plunge pools, as if that weren’t enough. Throughout their stay, guests can choose to partake in signature couple’s spa treatments, Champagne breakfasts, and much more.

Willikies St. Philip’s North, Antigua and Barbuda, next to Devil’s Bridge


Getaway at Antigua’s Nonsuch Bay

For contemporary couples looking for an adults-only, all-inclusive getaway, The Escape at Nonsuch Bay Resort in Antigua is the best option, whether they’re celebrating a honeymoon, anniversary, or something else entirely. Envision stunning ocean vistas combined with suites featuring plunge pools, king-sized mattresses, dual sinks, and sophisticated coffee shops. For the ultimate luxurious stay, there’s also a beautifully designed seating area that overlooks an outdoor soaking tub. After you’re done soaking, try spending some time stargazing from the large day beds that face the room pool.

Hughes Point, Antigua’s Freetown

Bluff in the Curtain

Curtain Bluff was personally chosen by prominent hotelier Howard Hulford, who bought the property in 1957 and quickly transformed it into one of the most respected all-inclusive resorts on the island. With so many tastefully furnished terrace suites offering floor to ceiling windows, verandas, and panoramic views, guests are spoiled for choice. The finest aspect? Thanks to the resort’s location up the rocky bluff and along the Atlantic “surf” beach, all are within moments of the beach.

Morris Bay, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Mary’s Parish, Old Road

Author Bio

Calvin has been travelling back and forth to Antigua since his daughter was 2 she is now 12! He likes it a lot and has experienced resorts on the island as much as anyone. He is passionate about the Caribbean region as a whole and loves to cycle and scuba dive. You can follow his trips at https://antiguablog.co.uk

Steffy Alen

Steffy Alen