Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa St. John's
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... bought mangoes and vegetables from several different vendors to try and spread the wealth. Funnily enough this led to comments such as, who sold you this fruit, perhaps the fruit was mouldy? It all seemed ok though and certainly tasted really good later on.
It was also in Antigua that we said goodbye to some crew members and welcomed one new member, Helen. For a proper send off we went to a ...
... stopping at those:) We had a great laugh at MayDays for lunch, which took forever to arrive, aptly named also. Unbeknown to us it was 1st day of opening.. The most delightful waitress called Conia who put up with Craig's banter with a huge smile on her face,and deserved a medal!, had and took pictures for us nothing too much trouble. The jokes about which came first, the chicken or the egg( we'd ordered chicken!!) needing another shave, have you got a room for ...
Well here we are then. Friday 24th January sitting in the library waiting for Virgin Atlantic to collect our bags and give us our boarding passes. We have to wait until 3.30pm to be collected to go to the airport. The flight is at 6.45pm and we arrive at Gatwick at 6.45am tomorrow, an eight hour flight plus four hour time difference.
On our last full day yesterday David dragged me up a local hill, where, we were assured we would get a great view of St John's and ...
... noisy. The food is good, the drinks varied and plentiful but the Internet access is very variable and mostly non-existent.
There are a variety of mad, bad and just married guests at the hotel, but all the staff are friendly and genuinely seem pleased to see you.
One disappointment is that Ismay is no longer here. She was the hotel ambassador, had worked for the hotel for forty years, had retired but still came to the hotel several days a ...
... simple reminders to stop and appreciate it all. We located a beach bar with character busting at it's seams. The walls were all giant prop up windows much like a boat house, the support posts and ceilings were covered in license plates, college and pro flags, banners and boat bergies. Just below a giant Red Sox pennant flag we scored a large comfortable couch with a front row view of the sun setting over the Caribbean. I could have spent the rest of my ...