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Grand Royal Antiguan Beach Resort

BOX 976, null Jennings


El complejo está situado en un pueblo de cinco islas en la Parroquia de San Juan, en Deep Bay, una magnífica isla con 400 m playa de arena blanca. Restaurantes, paradas de transporte público y tiendas se pueden encontrar a...


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Descripción general

El complejo está situado en un pueblo de cinco islas en la Parroquia de San Juan, en Deep Bay, una magnífica isla con 400 m playa de arena blanca. Restaurantes, paradas de transporte público y tiendas se pueden encontrar a unos 2 km de distancia, en San Juan. Completamente renovado en 2008, este hotel de lujo impresionará a los viajeros con un servicio amable, confort contemporáneo y lujo en medio de extensos jardines que bordean la laguna y playa de arena blanca. El complejo brinda habitaciones lujosas que ofrecen hermosas vistas la montaña, laguna y mar. Los lugares diseñados para cenar ofrecen excepcional cocina caribeña y americana, platos gourmet y un servicio atento. Los huéspedes también pueden disfrutar de los tratamientos de spa rejuvenecedores y jugar al tenis en las pistas del hotel o tomar un refrescante chapuzón en una de las dos piscinas, mientras que los niños podrán entretenerse en el parque infantil y en la piscina infantil.

Información adicional






  • Accesibilidad

    • Adaptado personas de movilidad reducida
  • Acceso a internet

    • Acceso a internet de alta velocidad gratis
    • Wifi gratis
  • Actividades - Tiempo libre

    • Gimnasio
  • Aparcamiento

    • Parking
  • Servicios

    • Ascensor
    • Bar-Lounge
    • Cambio de divisas
    • Club infantil
    • Discoteca
    • Recepción 24 horas

Comentarios destacados

  • OlafdG

    Experiencia horrible

    Yo tampoco eligió estar en este hotel, pero LIAT canceló mi vuelo a San Kitts y me ofrecieron este hotel por la noche. Pucha, es como un hotel chino: no hay gente, es sucio, la comida está mal, et cetera. Pero lo más importante: los mosquitos!!! Tengan mucho cuidado, particularmente in el restaurante: hay mucho, muchos mosquitos! El servicio no era agradable tampoco. Es obvio que la gente que trabajan aquí no tienen respecto por los pasajeros de LIAT. PERO, hay una cosa positiva: la playa del hotel es hermosa!

    1.0 sobre 5
  • miguel w

    de paso

    estuvimos solo por una nueva falla de liat, que nos derivo a este complejo. Y si mete miedo llegar de noche y toparse con tantos personajes que parecen extraidos de una pelicula. Desde la recepcionista hasta la moza, Al haber sido "invitado" por Liat no debo calificar este lugar. Si fuese por mi bolsillo nunca estaria ahi. Es un lugar que supo "ser" y hoy no es "nada"

    3.0 sobre 5
  • TurjaSen

    Stay if other hotels are booked

    I had stayed here on a business trip and I am in no hurry to come back here. It has the basic amenities - a clean room, a restaurant and a good beach. But if you are looking for great wi-fi, good breakfast and easy access to the city hub, you are in the wrong place. The staff is lethargic and it takes ages for them to pay heed to your requests. Overall an average property.

    3.0 sobre 5
  • BisphamRoad

    Hotel in need of love and attention but situated in paradise!!

    As part of a 2 week cricket tour for the England West Indies tour we stayed at the Grand Antiguan Hotel. This hotel was booked within the package by Smile Travel Group. This hotel is classed as a 3 star hotel. The hotel reviews did not fill me with confidence, however the Travel Group sent a representative in several days earlier and they managed to work with the hotel to amend/change several issues. The hotel is situated on its own peninsula, overlooking a lagoon and on one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever been to. The hotel is run down. It needs love and attention. It is being starved of love and attention. Due to its location and its loyal staff, who work constantly with their hands tied firmly behind their backs due to the total lack of investment by the owner, the place will always be a sad reminder of its glory days. The hotel comprises 2 buildings. For our stay one whole building of 8 floors was closed for refurbishment. In the busiest time of the season, with 2 cricket internationals being played on the island, speaks volumes of the owners total lack of desire to fulfil this hotels potential. Apparently the Antiguan government has told the owner he has to sell it to them, but no agreement on price is forthcoming. It will continue is this limbo state until agreement is reached. We stayed on the 7th floor. Room 724. Room was very tired. patio doors functioned, barely, everything needed ripping out and refurbishing, but the view. The view was delightful. Lagoon and sea view ahead and beautiful beach and bay to your left and Fort Barrington overlooking it all. We were on an all inclusive package. The catering team and staff were lovely and attentive. Food choice was limited, but it was always plentiful, beautifully cooked and served with a smile. All inclusive beer and local spirits were excellent. I found the lack of diet soft drinks a puzzle and a headache. It was the same everywhere on the island. The hotel had a large pool area adjacent to the beach. Again this needed a complete refurbishment, areas of the pool surface had paint and tiles missing but pool was maintained and cleaned regularly. The beach area had its own bar area and also a beach restaurant area but even though the half of the hotel that was open and was nearly full, it never opened. A real shame and a casualty of the hotels lack of investment. The hotel deserves and the staff deserve better than the situation they find themselves in. Hats off to the staff for trying to make peoples stay enjoyable when they must be bombarded constantly regarding its many problems and issues. I loved it. For me the view from the 6th, 7th and 8th Floors with a lagoon facing room are worth some of the hotels many flaws. The food is good, the drinks are great, the beach is amazing, the staff are amazing and friendly so some of the faults that are ever present can be tolerated.

    4.0 sobre 5
  • DonHawkley


    I recently stayed at this hotel for several nights and I thought I would try to offer a different slant from more recent reviewers! Because, out of necessity, I was there for longer than most reviewers, I think it only fair that I try to stress some positives. Yes, hot water was a premium but the staff tried hard to raise the temperature, just a little. The food was actually ok; in fact, I had one of the best pieces of snapper I've ever had and when I asked for more fresh fruit, it arrived in abundance. The beach is beautiful and the walk up to the 18th century Fort Barrington is a joy. The pool wasn't dirty, it was worn- there is a difference. Try to imagine a former supermodel, once beautiful, glamorous and immaculately presented. Now she has reached the winter of her life and he looks have gone, and her celebrity life has taken its toll. This former grand hotel is not just tired, it's exhausted. It hasn't seen a major renovation since it was built in, I think, the eighties. Maintenance for Mikey and his team is a constant, unwinnable task and if you are allocated a room below floor 5, get it changed. Floor 8 is the best. Like most of the Caribbean, you get no where if you make enemies of the staff, if you're pleasant and do your best to get alongside them, they will do their best to make things better for you. The staff in this hotel are generally good people working in a really run-down hotel. The financial history matters not for the purposes of review but for them it is significant. The site is very remote and Antiguan taxis are expensive; you're better off trying to set up a reliable driver for regular use, it's cheaper and they will take you to the better places to eat and see. There is nothing worth going to within walking distance so I hired a car; I would say that this is a good option. The regal nomenclature of this hotel does not reflect its current condition but the rooms I saw were clean, the view from the balcony over the lagoon and out to the ocean is spectacular and I actually did enjoy my stay- believe it or not- in spite of the flaking paint, discoloured plaster and cold, hot water!

    2.0 sobre 5

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