Royalton Antigua Opens First Overwater Bungalows on the Caribbean Island

Adults-Only Chairman Overwater Bungalows // Courtesy of Royalton Antigua

Royalton Antigua Resort & Spa is housing Antigua’s first overwater bungalows.

Each bungalow in the 294-room hotel is equipped with a king-size bed, living room, dining room, swim-out infinity plunge pool, over-water hammock, snorkel gear, Bluetooth speakers and jacuzzi soaker tubs. In each suite, guests can utilize standard In-Suite Wellness features like ceiling mounted rain showers, large two-person soaker tubs and DreamBed mattresses.

In addition to the amenities, private transfers, seamless check-in, butler service, sunset mixology and personal fitness/yoga classes are available for guests. When the sun goes down, guests can also enjoy craft beer and light bites while watching the game at SCORE Brewhouse or head down to the casino. Younger guests can swim in the splash pad, go to the Clubhouse Kids Club or Hangout Teens Lounge, and play non-motorized water sports. Free high-speed Wi-Fi is available resort-wide for all devices, along with unlimited Reservation Free Dining allowing à la carte dinners at any restaurant, any time, and 24-hours room service.

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In other Antigua news, Antigua and Barbados saw a record number of visitors in April. The country had 27,301 visitors arriving that month according to the latest tourism statistics from the Antigua and Barbuda Ministry of Tourism & Investment. 

For more information, visit www.royaltonresorts.com

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