On Antigua's northeast coast, adjacent to Devil's Bridge National Park with its Insta-worthy limestone arch and its soaring ocean geysers. The newest boutique hotel on the island, the property's three pillars are gastronomy, personalized service and uninterrupted luxury. Each of the 42 villas feature a vast indoor-outdoor living plan, plunge pools and modern amenities, while a seamless sensibility of hospitality defines Hammock Cove's interpretation of a luxury resort experience.
The winning bidder can book up to two villas, double-occupancy for 7 nights. You can use both suites in one trip, or use a single villa for two different trips.
Upon entering each villa, guests are met with sweeping hues of aquamarine waters and the dramatic environs of the coastline. Classic vaulted ceilings counter the contemporary Caribbean decor, and hardwood furnishings give way to an expansive open-air living and dining area, where the infinity-edge plunge pool is flanked by a duo of sunbeds and a hanging chair, providing ample lounging space. A wet bar provides a sommelier-curated selection of wines, and louvered shutters and tropical landscaping grant a haven of privacy.
Bathrooms feature dual sinks, a vanity area, and an oversized rain-head shower, pebbled floor and wall accents, a Bluetooth music system, and antioxidant-rich botanical amenities.
Villa amenities include King beds, 500 thread count Egyptian cotton linens, TV, WiFi, desk, coffee and tea making facilities, mini-bar, USB ports, telephones, bathrobes, hairdryer, walk-in closet, safe, iron and ironing board, ceiling fans, air conditioning, and twice-daily turndown service and mini-bar restocking.
Item Special Note
For the All-inclusive site amenities such as unlimited food and beverage (includes alcohol), water sports, fitness centers and classes, nature walks and tours, lounges, bars and entertainment, each guest will also pay $250/person per night for their stay.
There is a surcharge for holiday periods from December 21-January 3rd, and the month of February. Travel must be booked by December 2022.
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