Other hotels

sunset hotel 2016Sunset Hotel is situated in the village on River Road and was built in the 70's to become one of the first locally owned hotels. Successive owners failed to make it work and it remains derelict.




Lighthouse Bay Resort at Low Bay was to be sold by auction but is still for sale and still has 22 lots available to lease.

the beach houseBeach House (formerly Palmetto Hotel) is derelict after Council missed the opportunity to recover the lease from bankrupt owners and went for the old furniture instead. Derek and Adam Barrett claim they have the current lease but have not completed any work there over the past four years so it remains derelict.



north beach cottages

North Beach is a small cottage resort only accessible by boat, which celebrates it's 30th anniversary this year.





K Club is being renovated for development by Robert de Niro and James Packer but is subject to legal actions to contest the manner in which it obtained consent for the project, which included extra land, and the terms of the agreement, which have not been made clear.

Dulcina (at River) has been demolished and the land cleared as the lease has apparently been given to Maria Browne, the wife of Prime Minister Gaston Browne.

Coco Point Lodge

the spectacular beach here at Coco Point with crystal clear water for miles

Coco Point Lodge is a beautiful all-inclusive resort, secluded and discreet on its own 164-acre peninsula, bordered by miles of pristine pink and white sand beaches. All of Coco Point's thirty-five bedrooms are in beach-side cottages, each with a lushly planted veranda, which looks directly out at the Caribbean's vast expanse of blue. Local lobster and seafood, fresh tropical fruit and vegetables, and fine imported wines, meats, and cheeses are served by Barbudan staff in the restaurant's pretty tropical garden setting. Guests are met at Antigua airport and take the twelve minute flight to Coco Point via its own on-property runway. Coco Point guests enjoy a variety of island activities including fishing - see Bill Pierce with his 44lb barracuda on things to do and see - sailing, snorkelling, water-skiing, windsurfing, sea kayaking, tubing, and tennis. Also available are a variety of excursions to points of interest on Barbuda. To contact them visit their website or call them on (268) 462-3816 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. See what guests have said in their excellent reviews on the Trip Advisor button on the right. Coco Point contributes to the development of Barbuda with a long established fund which assists various individuals and community projects on the island especially in education - read more about this here.

Barbuda Belle

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Barbuda Belle is located at fabulous Cedar Tree Point, and is a boutique beach hotel featuring seven exclusive bungalows situated on this natural and deserted beach. Each bungalow is beautifully decorated offering magnificent views of the pink sand and the surrounding mangroves. The hotel is solar powered combining comfortable luxury and environmental sustainability. Here you can see wildlife and untouched nature up close, while enjoying excellent French gourmet cuisine with a local flavour. The service delivered by our staff will prove worthy of the natural beauty of Barbuda because this is what barefoot luxury is all about. For opening dates and further information e mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +268 783-4779 or visit their website for more pictures.

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