Antigua’s Blue Waters Resort & Spa Names New General Manager

Blue Waters Resort & Spa in Antigua recently announced the appointment of Alistair Forrest to the position of general manager.

The appointment reflects the hospitality veteran’s second tenure as general manager of the luxury all-inclusive resort on Antigua’s northwestern shore, following his previous term from 2008-2012. 

In his new role, Forrest will oversee new renovations and upgrades to the property, as well as the resort’s continued growth and expansion in the North American travel market. 


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With more than 35 years of experience in the hospitality industry, including more than 20 years in the Caribbean, Forrest applies his expertise in the areas of refurbishment and guest services to his role at Blue Waters Resort & Spa. 

Most recently, Forrest was the general manager at Nisbet Plantation in Nevis and previously Cobblers Cove in Barbados, a five-star Relais & Chateaux boutique resort. 

Prior Caribbean experience includes managing several properties in Antigua, including Blue Waters, Royal Antiguan Resort and St. James Club, as well as serving as the opening general manager for Carlisle Bay.

Renovations and enhancements to the resort include upgrades to Bartley’s Restaurant, the reception and the Pelican Bar. Further improvements are also planned for the Cove Suites and Cove Restaurant, as well as additional upgrades around the resort as a whole.


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