The 294-suite Royalton Antigua Resort & Spa, which opens on May 1 on Antigua's Deep Bay, will be the first in the Royalton portfolio to include overwater bungalows, available to guests in its highest tier, the Diamond Club.
The six, one-bedroom bungalows include butler service, personal fitness and yoga classes, an infinity plunge pool, a hammock, a living area, a bedroom and bath, entry from a private dock and a glass floor.
Resort amenities for all guests include reservation-free a la carte dining at seven restaurants, five bars and a cafe, free calls to North America and most of Europe, 24-hour room service, mixology classes, dance lessons, a spa, a casino, a Clubhouse Kids Club and the Hangout Teen Lounge.
Low season rates range from $364 per suite, per night, double to $947 per bungalow, double.
The Antigua resort will be Royalton's first property on the island. It currently has resorts in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and St. Lucia and two in Mexico, and the Royalton Grenada is slated to open in December.