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Hotels in Antigua and Barbuda

Hotels in Antigua and Barbuda

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Fun Facts

Antigua has produced many cricket greats, including Sir Viv Richards and Andy Roberts.

Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are English and Antiguan Creole.

Currency

East Caribbean Dollar

Local Time

4 hours behind the UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Hotels in Antigua are at their busiest in the winter months, from mid-December through to mid-April. The island is cooler and drier in these months, making it the perfect time to visit. Bargains can be had either side of peak season during early December as well as May and June. The weather turns very hot and humid in the summer months while September is peak hurricane season.
Hotels in St John’s, the island’s capital, make a lively base for families. Incredible beaches like Dickenson Bay are close to the capital’s many beachfront resorts, with others like Fort James Beach just 10 minutes’ drive away. Visit the Public Market complex in Perry Bay to sample the island’s best produce, including its famous black pineapples and huge avocados. From here, it’s just a 10-minute walk to the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, where you can learn more about the island’s history.Couples should look for a hotel near Jolly Bay. Its close proximity to stunning beaches like Hermitage Bay and Ffryes Beach make it the perfect location for a relaxing, romantic break. Visit Jolly Harbour Golf Club, just four minutes’ walk from the Eastern Carribean Marina, or charter a boat from the marina to explore the area by sea.Hotels near English Harbour in Antigua’s South East are close to many of the island’s historic attractions. Families and groups are likely to enjoy the area most. Visit Nelson’s Dockyard, just eight minutes’ drive from English Harbour, and tour the restored Georgian Era Marina that the British Royal Navy once called home.Just 10 minutes’ drive south from English Harbour will take you to Shirley Heights lookout. Make sure to attend its Sunday evening barbeques, where you’ll enjoy reggae, steel drums and the island’s legendary rum punch. Families will enjoy visiting the Donkey Sanctuary, around 10 kilometres from the harbour or taking a Zipline Rainforest Tour, 20 minutes’ drive east.

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