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We had a wonderful week. The staff were ALL so friendly and responsive. Had a great room with a large private balcony, super dining and pools. No on site beach but daily shuttles to nearby beaches. English Harbour is a must visit, and the market...More
We visited Sugar Ridge with 20 other friends and family. This was my first visit to Antigua, although I have travelled to other Caribbean Islands. So, what did we think....
Carleen on the pool bar pretty much made out trip. She was an absolute...More
We stayed at Sugar Ridge for a few nights in advance of our stay at another all inclusive on the island. This is a nice boutique hotel. Perfect for a short stay. We were there for 2 nights.
Carmichael's Restaurant was not open either of...More
To summarise briefly
Having booked locally some time in advance
Worst room in resort opposite building site with constant banging and men at work directly opposite balcony
Worst table in Carmichael restaurant by the serving desk which had a marvellous view of a wall and...More
Great trip check-in was great rum punch was delicious. The staff were very nice and friendly especially Amrita . During out stay
She converted Money booked our tours an arrange for
Our transportation she did everything. The rest of the staff were very helpful also....More
In regards to being pestered. I hate to admit it, but I had a similar experience on Jolly Harbor beach with the guy who rented me the chairs. I gave him $20, Im ok with that.He (Tito)hung out and was super friendly, but as... More
In regards to being pestered. I hate to admit it, but I had a similar experience on Jolly Harbor beach with the guy who rented me the chairs. I gave him $20, Im ok with that.He (Tito)hung out and was super friendly, but as the day went on, I began to feel like I was his mark. I couldnt go to the sh!tter without him chasing after me and asking things like "So...whats the plan?" I wanted to tell him my plans were none of his buisness, but I didnt want to be a jerk. He wouldnt leave us alone after awhile, just sitting in a chair behind us, complaining when my wife gave $5 to a guy for some aloe vera. Then when my wife bought a conch from some crackhead who was wandering the beach, he demanded to know how much she gave ol' Cracky. So just to poop in his own drawers, I told him $50, and he freaked out, and that was when I decided to leave. It was a abrupt end to a otherwise perfect day on a perfect beach and that little episode left a sour taste in my mouth fro the rest of the trip, and I found myself becoming rude to the people who demanded things from me. Just wanted to chime in here on this topic. Thanks a lot Tito, you jerk. If you want money, go work in the resorts and stop hanging around the grown ups peddling on the bridge.
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"All rooms look good, they are all in 2 story quads. Feels like you are all olone"