ANTIGUA HOLIDAY REVIEWS

ANTIGUA  SOLO HOLIDAY REVIEWS

Antigua is an island I have visited with others and as a solo traveller many times and it never fails to impress me.  For such a small island, there is so much to do.  There are plenty of hotel choices but the island doesn’t feel built-up or overcrowded.  I hope you find my Antigua solo holiday reviews inspiring and enjoy going along to some of the places I have recommended and enjoyed on my solo travels.  My reviews can be found by clicking on the links below.

On my solo holidays to Antigua I have reviewed several all inclusive and room only 3 and 4 star resorts.  Some of the resorts are ‘adults only’.  All of them have the use of a pool or are located on a stunning beach.

Hawksbill by Rex Resorts, 3* hotel, all inclusive, adults only, antigua, west coast, Caribbean, solo holiday, solo travel, solo traveller, reviews, solo reviews
Hawksbill by Rex Resorts – 3* all inclusive, adults only

 

Admiral's Inn, 4* resort, room only, nelson's dockyard, antigua, south coast, Caribbean, solo holiday, solo travel, solo traveller, reviews, solo reviews
Infinity pool overlooking the harbour at Admiral’s Inn, 4* room only resort within Nelson’s Dockyard

Up in the hills of Cedar Valley is a wonderful studio apartment available for rent, within the grounds of a family home/cookery school.  Ideal size for a couple or single person – why not combine your stay with one of the fantastic cookery lessons available here at Nicole’s Table.

Studio available at Nicole's Table

The restaurants within the all inclusive resorts generally serve food of a good standard leaving you feeling that you have no need to venture out.  But there are many restaurants to try off resort as well.  I have reviewed several  while on my solo holidays.  Read about some of the ones I recommend by clicking on the link.

Hemingways Caribbean Restaurant, St Johns, Antigua, solo dining, dining solo, solo holiday, solo travel, solo traveller, Caribbean food
Hemingways Caribbean Restaurant, St Johns

There are many activities in Antigua as well as enjoying the beautiful beaches.  Please do book activities via the hotels and onsite tour desks as they deal with reputable companies.

Shirley Heights, English Harbour, Nelson's Dockyard, south coast of antigua, things to do in Antigua
An evening at Shirley Heights, English Harbour

365 beaches, one for every day of the year.  There are so many stunning beaches to choose from.  Some are great for watersports, pure relaxation, clothing optional or watching sunsets.

Seagrape Beach, West Coast, Antigua, Caribbean
Seagrape Beach, West Coast of Antigua

Antigua FAQ

A link to the most frequently asked questions with answers, about Antigua and Barbuda.

Antigua Map, Where is Antigua, Antigua, Antigua Caribbean, Antigua & Barbuda
Antigua Map

Antigua Gallery

A selection of my favourite photos taken while on solo holidays to Antigua.

Sunset at Hawksbill by Rex Resorts
Sunset

Local Laws and Customs in Antigua & Barbuda

Note that not all destinations have the same local laws and customs as your home country. Click on the link to take you to the UK Government’s website which provides up to date information about local laws and customs in Antigua & Barbuda.