How to Take an All-Inclusive Vacation to Antigua

all-inclusive vacation antiguaThe St James's Club in Antigua.
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Now’s the time to think about booking a fall vacation to an all-inclusive resort in Antigua and Barbuda, which reopened for tourism back in June.

A handful of the island’s luxury all-inclusive properties have already certified under the island’s COVID-19 safety protocols and reopened to visitors, and many more are scheduled to do so now that the traditionally slow summer season is behind us. Discounts are also common even at some of the island’s high-end resorts as they look to encourage post-COVID vacations.

Look for more than a dozen all-inclusive Antigua resorts to start welcoming guests back in October and November, and start planning your one-price-covers-all Caribbean beach vacation. Here’s where to go.

Antigua All-Inclusive Resorts That are Open Now

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The Hammock Cove resort, the newest luxury hotel in Antigua.

Sandals Grande Antigua: Sandals delivers its “Luxury Included” all-inclusive amenities at this Dickenson Bay resort, which features both a Caribbean-style beachfront village and Mediterranean-inspired hillside villas overlooking the sea.

Escape at Nonsuch Bay: If you’re looking for a true “escape” from our pandemic-challenged world, this adults-only all-inclusive resort on the east coast delivers with 40 private suites, each equipped with its own plunge pool.

Hammock Cove: This new luxury boutique all-inclusive resort (opened December 2019) has just 42 villas strung along a narrow stretch of coast adjacent to Devil’s Bridge National Park and touts its gourmet dining and personalized service.

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