Antigua and Barbuda Hotels




At a Glance


  • emphasis on local nature and culture, including no room TVs
  • beautiful views
  • free Wi-Fi
  • nice main pool and bar
  • generally pleasant staff


  • mediocre food
  • stifling on breezeless days
  • difficult climb for those with mobility problems
  • smallish beaches
  • bar closes early
  • poor bedroom lighting

CocoBay Review

This healing, hillside hideaway aims to "eliminate all potential worries" by emphasizing simple natural beauty and West Indian warmth. Pastel-hue, Creole-style cottages with gingerbread trim and distinctive wattle-and-daub terrace dividers have pine floors, sisal rugs, mosquito netting, Adirondack chairs, and bleached-wood louvers. Fresh flowers plucked from the exquisite gardens add splashes of color. The sparkling bay vistas from every room are restorative in themselves, though a wellness center offers massages, facials, and scrubs, many using indigenous ingredients. Yoga classes and nature hikes further promote de-stressing, though worriers can request complimentary cell phones (you pay for calls). Only the ho-hum food—except at onsite but independent Sheer Rocks—and pokey if pretty beaches somewhat compromise the relaxing vibe.

    Hotel Details

  • 49 rooms, 4 2-bedroom houses.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
Updated: 02-27-2014

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