By the Caribbean Journal staff
A sexy new adults-only all-inclusive is coming to the island of Antigua.
The boutique Hammock Cove Resort and Spa resort is slated for a grand opening this year, likely in the fourth quarter.
The luxury property, which will be set just a few hundred years from Antigua’s spectacular Devil’s Bridge National Park, will overlook a protected bay.
With 40 suites, it will be all about intimate hospitality, with free-standing suites that come with their own plunge pools, personalized wine and liquor bars and a “modern Caribbean decor.”
The bathrooms will feature hand-selected tiles, dual sinks, and “huge nature inspired showers” with pebbled basins and four shower heads, according to the property.
Hammock Cove will also feature two restaurants, each with full bars, broad wine lists and “sophisticated menus.”
Other amenities will include a yoga pavilion, a fitness center and wellness programs.
Hammock Cove, which will soon begin taking reservations, is the latest project by Elite Island Resorts and its chairman, Rob Barrett, adding a new crown jewel to one of the region’s leading all-inclusive portfolios.
That includes a sizable presence in Antigua that includes Galley Bay, Pineapple Beach Club, St James’s Club and Villas and The Verandah.
It’s all helping to solidify the island’s place as the all-inclusive capital of the Caribbean.
For more, visit Hammock Cove.