Located directly on the beach
30 minutes from the airport
Our Waterview, Waterfront and Hillside Suites. are air-conditioned, single-story junior suites, with 700 square feet and classic Caribbean-style architecture and décor, all with private verandahs offering beautiful water views through sliding-glass doors. Each has the look and feeling of a cozy Caribbean cottage, with white-washed trim and pale-green exteriors and fronted by a welcoming porch.
Inside, emerald-green and apricot touches punctuate the cool white interior. A comfortably appointed floor plan with combined living and sleeping area accommodates up to four guests, with a king-size bed and queen sleeper sofa. Vaulted ceilings create a sense of spaciousness, and elegant touches, like cool granite countertops, wood, bamboo and rattan, bring nature indoors. Convenient exterior connecting doors between adjoining units make it easy for family and friends to stay together at Verandah.
Glistening white-tiled bathrooms offer a deep soaking tub, shower and his-and-her sinks. Accommodations are equipped with flat-screen, satellite TV, safe, and direct-dial telephone, as well as mini-fridge, microwave, a wet bar with coffee/tea making facilities and iron/ironing board.
The Verandah Resort & Spa provides a stunning setting for romance, family fun and sumptuous indulgence. Nestled along Antigua's pristine northeast coast, this eco-friendly luxury resort encompasses 30 spectacular beachfront acres traversed by hiking trails and bordered by Devil's Bridge National Park with its dramatic landmark rock arch.
Kayak, snorkel, windsurf or even swim in the tranquil waters of the resort's two reef-sheltered beaches and discover eco-adventures at the resort and around the island. The adventures are yours to choose from.
Unwind at the island's largest free-form swimming pool or indulge in rejuvenating and exotic treatments at the resort's signature Spa Tranquility or work out in a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Kids enjoy supervised activities at the resort's dedicated Kid's Club, featuring its own pool and climbing adventure, while teens gather for volleyball and other fun-filled activities.
You'll have your choice of restaurants - both casual and gourmet. Inviting bars, live entertainment and a mini-cinema also vie for your attention.
Whether you want to be active or simply soak in the natural beauty, The Verandah Resort & Spa is your place to relax, reconnect and share new experiences.
The Verandah offers a range of dining experiences in three exciting restaurants, operated under the watchful eye of Executive Chef Ronaldo Collantes, a native of the Philippines. All three restaurants are centered in an expansive, centrally located activities complex on The Common, overlooking the pool and manicured grounds. It's a meeting spot for old friends as well as a place to make new ones.
Seabreeze, the resort's main restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. It offers a wide range of a la carte choices that are sure to please guests of all ages. The lovely, open-air dining room is enhanced by light pine pergolas, ceiling fans and exposed beams and dark wood, with lofty vaulted ceilings for an airy, outdoor feeling. Seabreeze will be offering alternative a la carte dining and themed buffet evenings.
Nicole's, the fine-dining restaurant offers a blend of stylishly presented, Caribbean-inflected cuisine. Warm red walls and dark wood trim create a cozy ambience, and rattan, bamboo and soft upholstered furnishings create a welcoming, Caribbean feel. (For a $25 surcharge, you can celebrate that special occasion or romantic evening looking out at the Caribbean Sea.)
Casual and fun, the Buccaneer serves lighter, family-friendly fare with an alternative a la carte menu, as well as afternoon tea from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
DRESS CODE: In the restaurants, shoes are worn and bathing suits are covered. After 6:30 p.m., men wear long pants or stylish jeans and collared shirts with short or long sleeves (no T-shirts or tank tops). Women wear dresses, skirts, long pants or stylish jeans and culottes. Tailored Bermuda-length shorts (no "short shorts" or cutoffs) are allowed for both men and women at Seabrezze and Buccaneer's restaurants only.
Guests will get that relaxed, on-island feeling from the moment they arrive at The Verandah, and are welcomed with a refreshing fruit punch.
A total of four bars will keep Verandah guests cool with a wide range of signature cocktails, top-shelf liquor, wine, beer and nonalcoholic beverages by the glass.
Guests can get into the island spirit at the beachside Rasta Bar, a funky little shack just off the main lobby building. It offers a full complement of nonalcoholic beverages in a totally relaxed and beachy setting.
Guests who don't wish to stray far from the pool can cool off at the Pool Bar, outfitted in natural stone, in keeping with the surroundings.
By night, lively international-style music and entertainment will keep the fun flowing and your toes tapping after dark.
The expansive and centrally located main lounge also overlooks the pool and winding, limestone-walled pathways of the Common. It's the place where guests can meet and socialize, with fun and refreshment on tap for both daytime and night, with décor that blends roughhewn dark pine with sleek granite.
Perched above Lover's Beach is the relaxing Beach Bar & Grill, offering killer views of the entire cove, light lunch, snacks, beer and nonalcoholic beverages. It's the ideal place to pull up a barstool, kick off your flip-flops and enjoy the fresh sea breeze.