Our stay at Antigua Village was pure bliss. I really don’t have a single complaint. The villa was beautiful. The beach was breathtaking. The staff and guests were amazing. The locals were friendly and so nice. We went on some really nice trips. There are two beach restaurants on either side of Antigua Village; Anas and Coconut grove. Both were great, but my personal favorite was Coconut Grove. I honestly didn’t want to leave. I love traveling different places but this spot is worth returning to, maybe next year 🙂
Nestled on Dickenson Bay, one of Antigua’s most breathtaking beaches, Antigua Village Condominium Beach Resort is a unique combination of comfort, character and local culture that encapsulates the spirit of the Caribbean. The resort comprises 94 individually owned bright and spacious studios, suites or villas over looking the beach and the azure water of the Caribbean Sea or the lush tropical gardens with an abundance of colourful flowers and fruit trees around the secluded pool.
Antigua Village provides all services you need.
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Beautiful and Convenient Location
We were very impressed with AVBC. The grounds were well kept, the pool is beautiful and the beaches are even better. No need to go anywhere but conveniently located to shopping and dining if you want to. The staff is friendly and accommodating. They go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. You won't be disappointed.
This was our 3 time in this beautiful paridise . We loved this stay the best and will be back. Nice condos 500 feet from the beach and wow what a beach! Wached the sunset every night Walks on the beach just so relaxing The condos are a little dated but very well keep Maid service everyday Little Grocery store on site everything you need Stayed 7 days and didn't want to leave