Blue Waters Antigua (4*)

The hotel, located on the northwestern corner of Antigua, features small, secluded beach coves, several freshwater pools and 17 acres of green tropical gardens. At Blue Waters, everything from hillside rooms to contemporary amenities is suited for those in need of lazy days spent lounging by the pool, sipping cocktails on the beach or relaxing with a good book under the shade of swaying palm trees.


Hotel Details

  • 67 rooms, 32 suites, 3 villas and 4 penthouses
  • 3 restaurants
  • 2 beaches
  • 7 fresh water swimming pools and a Jacuzzi (4 pools only open November 1 2007 and for Cove Suites use only)
  • 4 bars
  • an air-conditioned gymnasium
  • watersports
  • tennis
  • beauty salon
  • spa
  • games room
  • non-motorized watersports
  • windsurfing
  • live local music and entertainment most nights


Room Features

All guestrooms feature:

  • king beds
  • air conditioning and ceiling fan
  • cable 27 to 32-inch flat screen TV
  • private patio or balcony
  • hair dryer
  • wall safe
  • fridge
  • tea and coffee making facilities
  • CD player/radio alarm
  • stocked mini bar when on all-inclusive plan
  • bathrobes and slippers


Superior Hillside Rooms:

  • patio or balcony with sea or garden views
  • located above the beachfront rooms and villas


Deluxe Beachfront Rooms:

  • patio or balcony with clear views of the Caribbean Sea
  • located just yards from the beach


Hillside Junior Suites:

  • private patio with sea or garden view
  • bedroom and living room being separated by a few steps


Beachfront Junior Suites:

  • private patio with clear sea views
  • located just yards from the beach
  • the bedroom and living room, separated by a few steps


Luxury Suites:

  • private balcony just yards from the beach
  • twice the size of deluxe rooms with separate bedroom and living room opening onto a double balcony


Beachfront Villas:

  • master bedroom, living room , dining room and kitchen
  • private patio or balcony with sea views
  • located a minute’s walk from the main hotel complex


The Cove Suites:

  • bedroom and a living room
  • private patio or balcony with clear sea views
  • located a small distance from the beach


The Cove Penthouses:

  • 3  bedrooms  with en-suite bathrooms
  • living room, dining room, kitchen, large private terrace
  • located a small distance from the beach with panoramic sea views



  • Palm Restaurant – designed to take advantage of the lavishly landscaped gardens and palm tree framed views of the Caribbean Sea, the superbly positioned Palm Restaurant grants its guests a decidedly Caribbean alfresco dining experience
  • The Pelican Bar – bright and airy with oversized seats adjacent to the tea terrace and lobby, a great place to relax during the day
  • Bartleys Restaurant – offers intimate, comfortable air-conditioned dining, perfect for romantic dinners



  • non-motorized water sports such as sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, or snorkeling. Special arrangements can be made to water ski or go deep-sea fishing nearby
  • all-weather tennis court
  • air-conditioned fitness room
  • a beauty salon and spa
  • games room


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • Recommended excursion – visit to the Sea View Farm Village. Antiguan folk pottery dates back at least to the early 18th century, when slaves fashioned cooking vessels from local clay. Today, folk pottery is fashioned in a number of places around Antigua, but the center of this cottage industry is Sea View Farm Village. The clay is collected from pits located nearby, and the wares are fired in an open fire under layers of green grass in the yards of the potters' houses. Folk pottery can be purchased at outlets in the village as well as at a number of stores around the island. Buyers should be aware that Antiguan folk pottery breaks rather easily in cold environments.
  • Visit the Antigua Carnival between July 28th and August 7th,which is a ten-day festival of colorful costumes, beauty pageants, talent shows, and especially good music.  The festivities, which celebrate emancipation, are exciting and extensive, ranging from the Party Monarch and Calypso Monarch competitions of Calypsonians, the Panorama steel band competition, and the spectacular Parade of Bands to the Miss Antigua Pageant and the Caribbean Queen's Competition. Another great event to attend is the Mango Festival taking place in mid-August, which features many fun activities and workshops to promote utilization of mangos and other local fruit, as well as support linkages between tourism and agriculture
  • Some of the best spots to dine on the island are considered Abracadabra Restaurant and Disco-Bar which features Italian cuisine, and the Sheer Rocks Restaurant that offers Mediterranean cuisine in a romantic atmosphere, and is known for supporting local farmers and producers of the best ingredients from the island
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.