Antigua and Barbuda Hotels



Siboney Beach Club

At a Glance


  • friendly service
  • superb location
  • great value
  • well maintained with rooms smartly refurbished regularly


  • no TV in bedrooms
  • patios lack screens, thus forcing a choice between sweltering and swatting pests on rare still days
  • no elevator
  • inconsistent Wi-Fi signal

Siboney Beach Club Review

This affordable beachfront oasis nestled in a tranquil corner of Dickenson Bay delights with intimacy and warmth, and knowledgeable Aussie owner Tony Johnson gladly acts as a de facto tourist board. Cleverly designed suites have a small bedroom, Pullman-style kitchen with microwave, living area, and patio or balcony. Atmospheric accents like island CDs, painted gourds, antique maps, and driftwood wall hangings are counterpointed by modern touches (flat-screen TVs and raised glass-and-chrome basins). Still, many guests savor the natural sound system of soothing surf with harmonizing crickets, bananaquits, and tree frogs in Tony's extravagant, enchanted garden. Rooms 9 and 10 overlook the sea, and ground-floor units represent fine buys for families—Number 3 virtually extends into that lushly landscaped pool area.

    Hotel Details

  • 12 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 02-27-2014

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