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Buccaneer Beach Club

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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast Available
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Public Wifi
Self-Serve Laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
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We just got back from staying in Cottage 1. 2 adults and our 20 year old college student. The BBC does a great job and we highly recommend a stay here. If you stay in cottage 1 you'll here some noise/music from the nearby restaurant/bar but you'll be 20 steps from the beach. A
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BBC offers extremely well run, small, very friendly accommodation with a million dollar beach at the gate. Simonetta, the manager, is absolutely wonderful and will do whatever possible to make your time here enjoyable.
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This was our second stay at Buccaneer Beach Club and it didn't disappoint. We love the gardens with the interesting signs giving information about the various trees and flowers. The atmosphere is very relaxed and the staff are always cheerful and happy to help. It's great to
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My boyfriend and I had an incredible experience at Buccaneer Beach Club. The staff is extremely friendly and attentive, willing to go out of their way to help you with anything you need, including getting groceries for you before you arrive, recommending restaurants and making
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The Buccanneer Beach club is a complete PARADISE!!!! I had the fortune to get engaged while staying at this outstanding place. The beach was beautiful, the staff were beyond helpful, and I couldn't ask for anything better. The staff decorated the room romantically with petals
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My lime colored cottage #4
We stored our two iPads in the room safe when we were out. It might be big enough for a small laptop.
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This area is definitely the best place to stay on the island - Dickenson Bay area is quite popular in terms of tourism but not nearly as much as Jolly Beach, which is nice but if you want a quieter, more relaxing stay I would recommend Dickenson Bay. The beach is a good length (it isn't really long enough to get a good 45 min walk along the beach but I'd say 15-25 mins) - packed full of low-key restaurants and beach bars (nothing too wild). I am not sure if the beach is crowded in March, to be honest, but I doubt it will be overly crowded as Antigua's busiest periods are during the sailing week which begins at the end of April and during carnival season which is the end of July into the first week of August. The good news is Antigua has beautiful weather all year round! It is most definitely safe to drive around the island and I would actually recommend that you do so. Almost all of the best areas to stay on the island require a drive to get to the nearest town or shopping 'district'. For instance, in Dickenson Bay it is around a 15-25 minute walk to the nearest supermarket or a 3-5 minute taxi ride. It is a very good location in terms of getting to St. Johns which takes around 10 minutes by car. One bit of advice I would give you - make sure that you take a good amount of cash out in advance, as the nearest ATM would likely be in the nearest supermarket (when I went it was often out of use) and then after that the nearest ATM is St John's, and this can all become quite inconvenient. Most of the beach bars and restaurants do take card though. If you decide against hiring a car, it is best to ask the resort you stay in to order a taxi, and it is usually quite a good idea to make friends with the taxi driver for the duration of the trip, as they will give you cheaper rates this way (and avoid tourist prices basically). I probably haven't explained this very well, but it is quite a common thing to do in Antigua. Lastly, I would say you should be very clear when buying something or asking someone for the price of an experience/service/product or whatever it may be, to distinguish whether you are asking for the price in terms of EC or USD - this was problematic when I was out there, and it can get quite confusing with the fact that they accept two completely different currencies. It is quite easy to be ripped off if you do not educate yourself on this before your trip (exchange rates etc). All in all having visited many different parts of the island, the best area to stay is Dickenson Bay, and in particular the best resort to stay in (in my humble opinion) is Buccaneer Beach Club - it really is a gem, and the staff looked after us so well! The island is only small, so realistically it is not going to take long to navigate around the island by car, and it isn't going to be difficult to get from destination to destination. Shirley Heights (a must-go spectacular viewpoint on the island with a beautiful sunset and a BBQ and party on Sunday where both tourists and locals all come together and enjoy themselves) is a must-do, and it is at the opposite end of the island. It took us 35 minutes to travel there - just to put it into perspective! I hope you have an amazing stay in Antigua, I am almost certain you will! It is nearly impossible not to fall in love with the island.
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Hi, Is the BBC 100% non smoking or is smoking permitted on balconies and/or designated areas? Thanks
I've stayed there for 3 weeks and I'm a smoker. I was allowed to smoke everywhere except when inside the rooms.
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Dear Dana, sure you can walk to the supermarket and then find there a taxi to bring you back. the cost is 6/8 USD. thank you! best regards The Management
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Lovely rooms just been updated, there beach by sandals has eroded but not yet one outside hotel Cash for towels and need to drink bottled water Depends what u call grocery store there is a tiny shop you can walk to or taxi to bigger store all stores are very very expensive
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"All rooms have garden and pool view with a balcony or terrace"
"If you go, ask for one of the rooms closer to the beach which have larger terraces."
"We had room 13 room. From room 9 you can see the beach from the balcony."
"From what we say, you cant make a mistake with any room."
"we liked the 2nd floor rooms, but lots of people liked the ground floor (especially with little ones)"
US$179 - US$285 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
buccaneer beach club hotel st. john`s
CaribbeanAntigua and BarbudaAntiguaSaint John ParishSt. John's
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