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Coconut Beach Club Resort
Amping Up and Kicking Back in Antigua

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Escape Kit
• An All-Inclusive Four-Night ($799), Five- ($1,029), Six- ($1,229), or Seven-Night ($1,419) Stay for Two in a Junior Suite
• Inclusive of Three Meals Per Day and All Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages
• $50 Spa Credit
• Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to 14 Nights

The Destination
At just 154 square miles—a proverbial grain of sand in the vast, blue Caribbean—Antigua's diminutive size belies its wealth of tropical diversion. Tired of lounging in a hammock between palm trees? Hike the lush bluffs, snorkel in the 80-degree water, visit 17th-century ruins, shop for pottery, taste rum, or cavort with locals to the beat of a steel drum.

The Digs
Whatever your pleasure, you'll find it at the 38-room Coconut Beach Club Resort. In addition to three meals a day, you'll get afternoon tea, local beverages, beer, wine, and non-premium spirits. And with direct flights offered to Antigua from New York and Miami, this impossibly paradisiacal island is a breeze to get to. Each light-filled suite is air-conditioned and decorated with colorful Caribbean décor, a king-size bed (or two doubles), and balconies or patios with hammocks and lounge chairs.

The Diversions
This intimate resort on the northwest notch of Antigua is all about relaxation. Spend your days kicking back by the infinity pool, or treat yourself to a massage in the peaceful wellness cottage. The private beach, blissfully free of children, is yours to dig your toes into while you read a book and sip a Dark 'n' Stormy.

But there's also an entire island to explore right outside the resort. Just five miles away, in St. John's (the capital city), hop into the Antigua Recreation Ground and catch a game of cricket, the national sport. And if you're homesick, put on your walking shoes—at 1,300 feet, the island's highest point, the summit of Mount Obama affords huge views of Antigua's lush hills and the islands to the south. And yes, it was renamed in honor of Barack.




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