With one hundred and eleven units, the Hawksbill Beach Resort is a comparatively large property. Varying from tranquil beachfront cottages and clubrooms to balconied suites looking out over the sea, the resort’s assorted spaces are situated in thirty-seven acres of verdant tropical gardens. Here are three ways to enjoy your stay at Hawksbill Beach Resort:
Hawksbill Beach Resort has two on-site restaurants: The Tamarind Tree, where buffets are the name of the game, and Il Vigento Su Mare, where you can enjoy pasta and lobster with an Italian twist. You can also sample French cuisine at the nearby Chez Pascal, seafood at Miller’s by the Sea, and Caribbean and international cuisine at Redcliffe Tavern.
Hawksbill Beach Resort gives the option of five different guest accommodations. Situated in the hotel’s main building and set back from the beach among the landscaped grounds are the Superior Rooms, stylish contemporary rooms with private patios or balconies overlooking the sea. Also among the palms are Superior Cottages, which provide extra security. Clubrooms and Beach Cottages line the resort’s largest beach. Finally, the Great House offers airy suites and broad patios from which to take in a full view of the surrounding waters.
Hawksbill Resort straddles no less than four superb white sand beaches, one nude and the others prude. All four are washed by the clear, calm, brilliant blue-green Caribbean Sea. While all beaches in Antigua are private property, the four at Hawksbill Beach Hotel are very secluded, as the only access point is at one end, along the shoreline. The services on all four beaches, including the ice water stations, are well maintained.
You won’t be limited to the activities the Hawksbill Hotel offers on-site, as you’ll discover plenty to do and see in Antigua. This beautiful island offers countless options for entertainment and relaxation.