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Curtain Bluff Resort, Antigua

This exclusive hotel is located on a private peninsula with two beaches. The all-inclusive property includes all meals, drinks, afternoon tea, watersports, tennis, golf, and even mail service so you can send those postcards home.

Families looking for sports will find a variety of activities to meet their needs at this resort. There are four lighted tennis courts with three full-time tennis pros availible, a pro shop with a racquet stringing facilities. There is also a squash court, putting green, lawn croquet, and fitness center. The 18-hole course at Harbour Club and Cedar Valley is only a short taxi ride from Curtain Bluff.

There is also a variety of watersports inlcuding scuba diving, deep sea fishing, sailboating, windsurfing and kayaking. For those who just want a little relaxation, there are beach chairs, sun chaises, hammocks and floats.

Note: Children are not permitted during the month of February, peak season. At other times, kids under 12 are welcomed with special menus and early seatings, a playground, and an air-conditioned playroom with DVDs and computer games. Twice a year (during the winter holidays and spring break), the resort offers a special Kids Camp for two weeks at a half-day or full-day rate. Kids registered for the camp enjoy beach games, arts and crafts, shell collecting, movies and treasure hunts.

Phone: 888/289-9898
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