Family Friendly Antigua and Barbados Hotels

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Antigua Family Friendly Hotels

Antigua is a picture postcard setting and home to 365 sandy beaches, one for every day of the year, and you’ll also discover historical sights to explore such as Nelson’s Dockyard, an important reminder of Antigua’s British past and now the scene for the island’s sailing and yachting activities. Here are just a few of the family-friendly hotels on Antigua that make for a perfect luxury family holiday.

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Curtain Bluff, Antigua

The dedicated kids’ camp coordinator ensures that children and teens are well entertained, with a full programme of activities including organised excursions such as deep-sea fishing. Children can even learn how to sail or waterski (at a small charge) or join in a tennis tournament while Mum and Dad relax on the beach or in the spa. More about Curtain Bluff

Carlisle Bay, Antigua

At night the private screening room, complete with popcorn, offers a chance for everyone to regain some energy while enjoying a family film. More about Carlise Bay

Blue Waters, Antigua

For children aged 5 to 13 years, the attentive staff host an hourly session of activities from Monday to Friday, where little fun seekers can build sand castles, hunt treasure and play beach cricket. More about Blue Waters

Rosewood Jumby Bay, Antigua

Families love Pasture Bay Beach and kids of all ages will be intrigued by the protection programme which has been set up for the endangered Hawksbill Turtles, which nest on the beach from May to October. More about Rosewood Jumby Bay

Barbados Family Friendly Hotels

For a small island Barbados is famed for so many things, from cricket to soft sandy beaches and from celebrity holidaymakers to the friendly locals. This island is so varied its ideal for a luxury family holiday and you’ll easily make it your own. Many of the island’s hotels cater for families well and here are a few of our favourites.

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Coral Reef Club, Barbados

Family owned and run, it’s an all-round favourite, combining traditional colonial style with understated luxury and impeccable service. More about Coral Reef Club

Sandy Lane, Barbados

Children will have the time of their lives at The Treehouse Club, for those aged 3 to 12 years, where they can get creative with art & crafts, drama, sports, games and a themed dinner in the Tree House dining room. The Den allows teenagers to have their own space, meet others and enjoy lots of exciting activities. Pool tables, air hockey, table football, a jukebox and computers combine to keep them blissfully entertained. More about Sandy Lane

The Fairmont Royal Pavilion, Barbados

Families can do as much or as little as they please, with plenty of complimentary activities available, including watersports and a resident tennis pro for lessons. Everyone will enjoy the traditional English Afternoon Tea, served poolside and don’t miss the daily swim with the Turtles! More about The Fairmont Royal Pavilion

Colony Club by Elegant Hotels, Barbados

There are plenty of ways to have fun at Colony Club with complimentary mortorised water sports, island excursions and tours, fitness classes, WiFi, as well as the Kids Corner (open seasonally) for youngsters 3 to 12 years. More about Colony Club by Elegant Hotels

Tamarind by Elegant Hotels, Barbados

For children aged 3 to 12 years the Flying Fish Kids Club, operated by trained professionals, provides a range of fun-filled activities, while Club Tamarind will keep even the most discerning
teens busy. More about Tamarind by Elegant Hotels

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