Antigua will add another luxury resort to its collection when the eagerly awaited Carlisle Bay opens in November 2003.
The hotel is the concept of Gordon Campbell Gray, owner of the award-winning One Aldwych. He has again collaborated with designer Mary Fox Linton to produce a property that will share the London hotel’s ‘urban chic’ image, focussing on good service, understated luxury and timeless elegance.
Sir Ronald Sanders, High Commissioner for Antigua and Barbuda, commented: “Carlisle Bay is an outstanding property and quite clearly establishes Antigua’s reputation as a luxury destination for the discerning traveller”.
Carlisle Bay is situated on Antigua’s beautiful south-west coast and has a series of 88 suites, ranging from junior to three bedroom, each facing the sea and with a private terrace or balcony. The hotel’s other stunning features include the Pavilion with a dramatic reception and bar, two exceptional restaurants - East and Indigo on the Beach, three bars, a library, a 45 seat Screening Room and beautiful landscaped gardens. Guests can be revived in Blue (the spa, gym and wellbeing centre), energised after a game of tennis on one of the hotel’s nine courts and rejuvenated after a day on one of Antigua’s stunning 365 beaches.
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