Cheap Golf Resorts in Antigua and Barbuda: $110 Hotels with Golf Courses | Travelocity

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“I went here recently for my honeymoon! It was AMAZING. We loved that is was all-inclusive. The food was so great. Each breakfast, lunch and dinner had a different menu/specialty food. There is also another restaurant, but it is not part of the all inclusive. There are a couple of bars and the drinks were so good! The bars also had bar bites/paninis. There is a coffee shop that has pastries and gift shop stuff with sunscreen/bug spray/other hotel items. I would say bring bug spray because we had many mosquito bites, especially at dinner! There are paddle boards, kayaks and snorkeling masks available to use for free. You can walk to the beach from the hotel. It is a public beach, so others are there and there are people selling items on the beach and people soliciting excursions and jet ski experiences, which is my only downside to say. I would suggest bringing a hydroflask because they have a water/ice machine. I also suggest getting the cottage with a pool, it was well worth it (not heated though). None of the pools are heated, but felt good in the hot weather. The rooms were cottages and we had a partial ocean view, which was practically an ocean view! We loved it so much!! “

A verified traveler stayed at Cocobay Resort – All Inclusive – Adults Only