An all-inclusive resort, the Royalton Antigua Resort and Spa is a notably large resort, housing both land and water based rooms on the island of Antigua, in the Caribbean. The overwater rooms, the only of their kind on the entire island, cater to adults with a no children policy, making them ideal for honeymooners and wedding guests that are traveling without children in tow. With this said, it should be noted that the land based rooms do allow children, so you may see some at one of the resort's many dining options or a couple of kids enjoying snorkeling nearby.
The overwater rooms are impressive in every sense of the word with a large footprint that includes a bedroom, dining room, and seating area alongside a private bathroom and terrace. You'll also find lots of little extras that make a big difference in each overwater room. These range from a private minibar that is refreshed twice a day to a pillow menu that allows you to select the best possible pillow for a good night's sleep.
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