The main entrance of Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa. An aerial view shows the sprawling space at Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa. Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa is dotted with park benches for relaxation. The beach near Sandals Grande Antigua is ideal for taking a stroll. Beach is popular for early morning strolls. The beach is rarely crowded even if Sandals Grande Antigua is fully booked. Beach volleyball anyone? Beach cabanas go for USD$100 a day. There is also the option to relax in a beach hammock big enough for two. If you get tired of lounging on the beach, Sandals boats are free for guests. Watersports and other excursions are available on the Sandals boat. Nick Fenton sells horseback riding tours on the beach fronting Sandals Grande Antigua. Nick Fenton of Caribbean Riders greets a guest. Croquet is a good way to work off the breakfast buffet at Sandals Grande Antigua. Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa’s pool is party central on a hot day. Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa’s popular pool is the longest on the island. Plenty of hammocks around the resort allow for secluded relaxation. Fire pits heat up for snuggling up at night. Barefoot by the Sea is toes in sand dining. Barefoot by the Sea is for barefoot diners. Barefoot by the Sea offers Jerk chicken and the trimmings. Barefoot by the Sea spicy good jerk chicken with festivals for dipping. Bayside steamed fish for a light lunch. Bayside buffet with fruity desserts. Cafe Paris is open early for a jumpstart-your-day espresso. Cafe Paris is perfect for early morning contemplation. A lot of love in a capuccino at Sandals’ Cafe de Paris. Mario’s is a sweet spot for fine Italian dining. Mario’s Restaurant antipasto is delightful. Mario’s Restaurant Mahi Mahi locally caught and a side of rigatoni is Italian fabulousness. Mario’s Restaurant molten chocolate dessert is to-die-for. Sushi is also available at Soy in Sandals Grande Antigua. Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa features a Red Lane Spa. Eleanor’s Caribbean restaurant on the Caribbean Grove side of the resort. Eleanors Caribbean Restaurant’s pumpkin and ginger soup with sour cream writing. Smoking hot reggae performers entertain on a Saturday night. Butler Charmaine Bakker works hard to keep guests feeling pampered. David Hodge is gracious butler. Caribbean Grove has 193 retro Caribbean rooms. Caribbean Grove has low rise buildings only. Caribbean Grove is where you’ll find adorable cottages. Caribbean Grove is old world Caribbean with modern amenities. Caribbean Grove Sunset Bluff Luxury poolside walkout. Caribbean Grove has quiet pools. Caribbean Grove’s pool is a secluded splash. Caribbean Grove features tall parrot sculptures made from old trees. Mediterranean Village’s Bedroom Villa Suite is divine for couples. Mediterranean Village’s Almond Tower is one of two towers. The lobby of the Mediterranean village portion of Sandals Grande Antigua. Mediterranean Village’s Club Sandals features concierges. Mediteranean Village buildings are close to the restaurants and beach. Mediterranean Village buildings are no higher than a palm tree. A Mediterranean Village suite in Cypress Tower. Mediterranean Village bed in 1 bedroom villa number 904. A Mediterranean Village Cypress Tower bedroom. Mediterranean Village’s one bedroom villa suite features bubbly soakiing tubs. Mediterranean Village’s 1 bedroom villa suite features a private pool. Mediterranean Village’s big pool is longest in Antigua. An outdoor shot of the two towers of the Mediterranean Village. Mediterranean Village features multiple dunking pools. Mediterranean Village gazebo is perfect for a wedding.