Antigua’s Blue Waters Resort Takes Wraps Off Latest Renovations

Another phase of the property-wide renovation project at Antigua’s Blue Waters Resort & Spa is now complete, adding a makeover of the Rock Cottage villa and the resort’s Bartley’s Restaurant to previously completed room enhancements and the opening of a new fitness center.

An infinity pool and additional covered, outdoor dining and gathering space are new to the five-bedroom Rock Cottage, which also gets new furniture and decor via the latest makeover. Bright tropical colors now enliven the interior of Bartley’s, notably with the addition of an expansive blue limestone bar. 

The luxury all-inclusive property on the north coast of Antigua revealed the planned December debut of a new “secret garden” and additional activities at the Blue Waters Kids Club, along with plans to add a customized wellness and nutrition program to its adult offerings in the new year. The Living Retreat program, set to debut in 2017, will offer nutrition, fitness and wellness sessions customized to individual guest needs. Also on the near horizon is the addition of light and healthy lunchtime dining at Carolyn’s Beach Bar.

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Already completed are makeovers of the resort’s superior hillside and deluxe beachfront rooms and upgrades to the fitness center, which was doubled in size and now has separate areas for weight training, cardiovascular exercise, and fitness classes.
 

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