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Small Island, Breathtaking Beauty
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The Escape Kit
• A Four- ($1,199) or Six-Night ($1,869) Stay for Two in a Standard Room
• Or, a Four- ($1,499) or Six-Night ($2,299) Stay for Two in a Superior Room
• Or, a Four- ($1,729) or Six-Night ($2,599) Stay for Two in a Cottage
• All Inclusive of Meals, Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Taxes, Service Charges, and Gratuities
Antigua enthusiastically embraces its roots as a West Indies base for the British Navy, offering more lobster soup, cricket matches, and sailing regattas than you'd expect to find in the "Heart of the Caribbean." At just 14 miles long and 11 miles wide, this dazzling island is surprisingly tiny, but don't be fooled: from Pigeon Point to Falmouth Harbor, it boasts an abundance of breathtaking beaches. From its rocky cliffs lined with sugarcane to its pastel-green waters, Antigua is a tropical tour de force.
Situated on the southwest coast of the island, where the sunset views are prime, Keyonna Beach is a beachfront hideaway for adults only. Outfitted with traditional handmade wood furniture, four-poster beds topped with sheer canopies, and super-soft linens, accommodations exude Caribbean cool. All rooms and cottages are equipped with private verandas or balconies that are just steps from the beach—and not equipped with TVs or radios, so your stay will be one without unnecessary interruption. "For those who want a front-row ocean view, there are daybeds on the white-sand beach," says Travel + Leisure, "which is widely considered to be Antigua's best swimming spot."
Thanks to your all-inclusive package, there's no need to whip out your wallet when you're ready to grab a bite. The menu at the hotel's alfresco waterfront restaurant can best be described as international cuisine with an island influence. Guests can expect a catch of the day and staples like pasta, salads, and steak.
Should you wish to venture away from the property, hike to the top of Mount Obama (yes, the island's highest point is named after the US president); zipline through the rain forest with an Antigua Rain Forest Canopy Tour; or, spend the afternoon drifting over coral and marine life during a snorkel trip to Cades Reef—where you may see spotted eagle rays, turtles, and barracudas.
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