It is not immediately apparent from most of the pictures you will find online but this 'resort' consists of some 2 story rectangular units set on either side of a steep and winding brick road on a well-tended tropical hillside that look out over a most spectacular bay and marina complex. It is not a resort in the way I would think of a resort - it doesn't even have a pool - no restaurant, no lounge chairs on the beach. In fact, no beach.
Instead, through the manned barrier at the foot of the road and across the street, one has the marina. And in this complex are a yacht club with a decent restaurant, a coffee shop, bar, ship chandlers and general store amongst others. Paddle boards can be rented, sailing lessons and cruises arranged. A wonderful beach is a 10 minute walk away and the islands best collection of eclectic bars, restaurants and roadside cafès is within a 10 minute stroll in the opposite direction.
The accommodations consist of self catering units decorated in a Euro meets tropical hardwoods meets minimalist island style. Every unit has at least one balcony with bay view. The air conditioning in our unit was superb. The kitchen was large with a counter and seating on one side, basic utensils provided, no toaster. The small stove was dead and unlikely ever to be resurrected. Staff are friendly and helpful but I had the feeling that sort of repair didn't occur. A common toaster oven in the kitchen would solve that problem.
That being said, not having a stove was really not a problem for us 2 adults.
If you enjoy the kind of vacation where you are not spoonfed your food and entertainment and a bracelet is required to eat at the buffet then you might enjoy the Antigua yacht club as much as we did.
We booked through Expedia and got a fantastic rate on the unit. We also got lucky when we got there and we're given a 2 level suite with 2 balconies. It worked out cheaper than renting an apartment.
We rented a car. Parking is free in a big lot outside resort. There are 2 car rental companies next to the resort.