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I stayed at BW in 2016 (sorry for the very late review). This hotel was the best hotel i have ever stayed in, from the moment we arrived to the moment we left we felt very special. The views were amazing. The staff here go...More
This is a great hotel with brilliant facilities. We are a family of 4 (two children 11 &10).
We have enjoyed the restaurants, in particular the bbq at palms at lunch and the sushi afternoon were a hit with us. We dined at the cove...More
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Response from BWTeam, Managing Director at Blue Waters AntiguaResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for the review. I'm really pleased you had a fabulous holiday. It seems there are many things you liked about the property such as the variety of restaurants and the quality of the accommodation. We are in the process...More
Second time here enjoyed the first one so much,greeted by friendly well informed staff,the rooms are spotless and the food,well I think the word is fab!
The sea and sand are spotless,a bit too hot for me as I’m no sun bunny however happy to...More
I had heard about the renovations earlier in the year at Blue Waters and decided to spend a short break with the family (3 kids). I was very glad we did - we had a wonderful time and couldn't fault it in any way. The...More
I have recently visited Blue Waters with my 6 year old and 7 month old baby and we had a truly magical time.
BABIES: For those with babies the staff adore noisy, teething little ones and will blend any food into a pulp. There is...More
Response from RadDudeski | Reviewed this property |
Antigua isn't as hilly and tropical as other islands like St Lucia, but mosquitoes can still be encountered. Blue Waters position at the north of the island (away from the rainforest in the south) means there may not be as... More
Antigua isn't as hilly and tropical as other islands like St Lucia, but mosquitoes can still be encountered. Blue Waters position at the north of the island (away from the rainforest in the south) means there may not be as many, but the beautiful gardens on site will mean you aren't completely safe.
My advice would be to take some precautions for the evenings in particular (repellent spray or wipes for areas uncovered by clothing). A plug-in in the room may also be useful if you like to keep your doors open (we had UK and US sockets in our hillside room).
The resort is 'smoked' regularly which does help, but hey, this is the Caribbean.
Response from Petal0903 | Reviewed this property |
There's the main restaurant for breakfast lunch and dinner which is informal shorts T shirts flip flops etc. The 2 other restaurants are a little more formal but little summer dresses or slacks and a top (not jeans) are... More
There's the main restaurant for breakfast lunch and dinner which is informal shorts T shirts flip flops etc. The 2 other restaurants are a little more formal but little summer dresses or slacks and a top (not jeans) are fine. Men do wear decent shorts and a polo or shirt and sandals, preferable no flip flops and ABSOLUTELY no singlets or vests!! You will love Blue Waters so a tiny effort in the clothes department is well worth it. ...have fun and relax.