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The Verandah Resort & Spa
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Saint Philip
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Boston
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“More CenterParcs than Luxury Resort”
Reviewed July 5, 2008

We stayed at the Verandah Resort and Spa between 26 June and 3 July 08, after having booked via the Elite Resorts website an all-inclusive package for approx $3000 including flights from Boston. We researched the various Caribbean Island resorts carefully and decided to opt for this package as it promised a luxury resort at what seemed a reasonable price, and importantly was listed on the Conde Nast Johansen recommended resort list – with which we have had good experience in the past. Purchasing the package in other ways could have cost us up to $5000 US, all of which led to the feeling we were getting a bargain. We understood that the resort was new – it was opened in October 07- and reviewed all of the trip-advisor and other reviews before booking as well as confirming directly with the resort that no construction would be going on during our stay. We also understood that at the time the resort would be less than half occupied – and this seemed to be the case during our stay. Our experience would suggest that the facilities would be considerably strained by occupancy levels much more than this.

The resort comprises about 400 “suites” – 200 or so semi-detached units scattered around a fairly hilly 30 acre site on the NE Coast of Antigua, with 2 small beaches – one at either end of the property, and centred around a main swimming pool / bar / restaurant complex. The grounds are for the most part well maintained, although there are areas where more work needs to be done – particularly around the newly constructed units and the small beach near reception. There is fairly regular golf-buggy transport on concrete roads around all areas of the resort – although the main beach needs to be reached by a long and steep series of steps. During our week’s stay there was a pretty constant on-shore breeze ranging from the comfortably refreshing to “book- and flip-flop losing” intensity which probably reflects the NE location of the resort.

Check in was smooth and although the architecture at reception – steel paneled roofs and artificial stone cladding – was not to our taste, we were reassured to see the Conde Nast Johansen plaque on the wall. Although we were not offered an information pack or brochure and had to ask for this afterwards, we were offered a local rum punch (which was dispensed direct from a 2 gallon plastic container), and taken by golf buggy through the resort to our suite.

This was immediately disappointing and far from our initial expectation. Each unit consists of a main sleeping / living area with rudimentary kitchen facilities (presumably targeted at the time-share market) in total about 25ft x 15ft, plus a good-sized bathroom and a reasonable verandah – in our case overlooking the next row of units which partially obscured our requested view of the ocean. The standard of construction (more steel paneled roofs and rough woodwork) decorations and finish was poor (leaking waste pipe on one basin, loose showerhead, areas of over-painting etc, and cheap materials were used throughout – including floor tiling which became slippery when wet, and a distinct lack of sound insulation between the 2 semi-detached units. Furnishing was minimal and basic – including one of the hardest beds we have slept on (and we travel regularly – perhaps one or two hotels every week of the year), and the kitchen disturbingly was equipped with some dangerously sharp cutlery – an issue for those traveling with children and perhaps a security concern. One the positive side the solar powered hot water system shared between each semi-detached pair worked well and the air-conditioning was quiet and effective. Our unit was adequately cleaned throughout the 7 days we were there, but suffered for the whole time from the constant presence of ants in the bathroom plus the odd cricket and lizard.

The restaurant facilities were all grouped in a central building near the main pool and comprised three options – buffet based (SeaBreeze), mid-range a la carte (Buccaneers) and “high-end” a la carte (Nicoles) for which a $25 per person surcharge was levied for those on all-inclusive packages. All restaurants shared a common kitchen and as a result of this there was more than a degree of similarity amongst the various offerings in each facility. Staff also seemed to rotate between the restaurants appearing in different uniforms for each one. The a la carte menus changed daily – but in reality just alternated between 2 basic options - and the buffet options in Seabreeze remained pretty much the same during our stay. Of the three, Buccaneers (although it was billed in the brochure as being children-targetted) seemed to offer the best option alongside the noisy and rushed canteen-like atmosphere of Seabreeze and the frankly overpriced Nicoles. Food quality was distinctly variable in both Seabreeze and Buccaneers: highlights included some of the breakfast options in SeaBreeze – especially the egg-station - and the vegetable lasagna in Buccaneers, and low points included a tendency to over-season many dishes, including the breakfast options, with far too much garlic, and the tiny portion sizes in Buccaneers. Prices for non all-inclusive guests (if there were any?) were displayed on the menus in the information areas and seemed to be rather steep (eg $30 US for a small rump steak) – but perhaps this was more intended to encourage the all-inclusive crowd that they were getting a good bargain?
Service quality was also variable – the over-riding impression being of mostly well-intentioned chaos (staff not knowing who was managing each table, forgetting drinks – or bringing them twice - , and not knowing enough about the menu to be able to explain it) although in each restaurant some stars stood out (Lionel in SeaBreeze and one other nice chap whose name we have forgotten). On each evening only 2 of the restaurants were open and it was necessary to book a day in advance apparently even for the buffet option. On a number of occasions a queue built up for breakfast for no apparent reason other than slow seating and table clearing service – plenty of tables were unoccupied -, and one day (the only day we were free to try it) Nicoles was fully booked, even at less than 50% resort occupancy.

The main bar – also in the same building as the restaurants – was open from 10am until late and offered a reasonable selection of all-inclusive drinks options although excluded from this wine or beer by the bottle – which needed to be purchased separately. The local beer was an acquired taste (although many seemed to acquire it during their stay) and it was necessary to specify eg Gordons Gin (rather than a local wholesale equivalent) if you wanted this with your tonic.
The “champagne” was not champagne – but a pretty acidic sparkling german wine, although the local rum punches were popular and interesting. Again service was variable – ranging from the outright surly and un-helpful to others who genuinely seemed not to be able to do enough for you. Table service was a rare surprise – and it was difficult to understand when this was and was not going to be available - and on most days we had to join the line at the bar to order a drink – again not what we were expecting in this “luxury resort”. Every evening some entertainment was offered – which ranged from the frankly dire local pub band to a really popular and professional steel band on one evening.

The beach bar – where we went for lunch on most days - was much smaller but benefited from a more consistent and professional level of service as well as basic lunch options, although it regularly became overcrowded at around 1pm (requiring us to sit on a wall half-way down the steps to the beach on one day), and leaving us wondering how it would cope with 400 units occupied.

The main pool area featured perhaps 100 sun-beds and 6 thatched parasols – leading to the inevitable early morning (7.30 am seemed to be necessary) “booking” of prime spots with beach towels etc before other guests could reach them. More shade is needed and the only alternative offered is a large roofed area attached to the pool-house. During busy times the pool felt crowded – it is not large – and would potentially be overwhelmed by twice as many guests. There was an additional adults only pool but this was i) tiny and ii) a golf-buggy drive away from all other facilities. The main-pool seemed to be well maintained and clean but only heated naturally by the sun, although on our last day suffered a technical failure and was closed in the morning.

The main beach facility – the so-called watersports beach – was accessed by a long flight of stone steps and featured a fairly short area of white sand beach and a reef- protected, calm, shallow and safe bay area with clear blue sea. Again not enough parasols were provided for the numbers of sunbeds which were closely packed together, although other partially effective shade was provided by triangular fabric “sails” stretched horizontally between 3 wooden posts, and some natural trees. The watersports available including a couple of Hobie catamarans and some plastic pedalos and kayaks as well as various childrens’ options .There was a rescue boat and a life-guard on duty all day, as well as a security guard and the inevitable “souvenir” sellers. The ocean was warm and bather-friendly and we saw many fish close to the shore as well as diving pelicans. On one occasion a small group of local, non-resort residents joined the far end of the beach (having walked past the steel-girder barrier intended presumably to ensure privacy) to play football and drink the crate of beer they had brought with them. Our security guard observed all of this carefully and did nothing – even when perhaps 10 more people (and several more crates of beer) had joined them – and half the resort’s guests had vacated the beach as the football match expanded. Less irritating was a visit from a local family of donkeys and some occasional goats. All of this would be easily addressed by simple fencing – or a more effective security guard.

We tried the Spa on the last morning – after having been approached at the pool by one of the Spa staff trying to drum up a little business. After considering facials ($120) or an hour massage ($125) we went for the 30 minute massage at $50 each including a 25% discount. We were the only 2 guests / patients at the time and chose to have our massage together. The treatment was comepetent and the facilities (although in the same unit as the restaurants) were clean and relatively tranquil, and the staff friendly and professional.

The resort shop was situated a good distance away from our suite and the main facilities and adjacent to the main reception. After having requested a small bottle of conditioner from guest services (when we found this wasn’t in the room) we were greeted by one of the staff at our unit with 2 bottles of shampoo (which we didn’t need) because the resort has no complementary conditioner (incidentally it has no pens either). We were able to buy conditioner here but were surprised that a tiny bottle of conditioner (35ml) together with a bag of snacks and 2 AA batteries cost $18 US – which seemed excessive, although the most over-priced we saw was a rather average looking bikini for $115 US.

Overall our over-riding impression was more CenterParcs than 5-star luxury. We enjoyed the weather and most of the facilities as well as interaction with the more helpful of the staff, but left feeling that we had been misled into staying there, by over ambitious promotion and some website reviews which in retrospect we frankly couldn’t recognize as referring to the same place, and seriously questioning Conde-Nast’s endorsement of the resort.

  • Disliked — Didnt meet the expectations of the website
  • Stayed June 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 4, 2008

This was our fourth visit to Antigua, our first to this side of the island. Reception gives a very bad first impression, there is no Bell man to greet you and assist with luggage. Check in takes place en masse in a haphazard fashion we were not offered a drink when I asked for one it was given to people who arrived 30 minutes after me and there were none left !. We waited an hour and a half for our room by which time the Beach grill had closed, the only food on offer was a peanut butter sandwich, not an option!
The view from our room was obscured by foliage, otherwise it was a reasonable size room with paper thin walls. Our first set of neighbours had a baby that woke us up at 6am, our second set were so noisy and had the tv blaring some nights all night till 7am! There was an empty fridge and a kitchenette, not sure of its purpose and a very large verandah. A couple of people we met on holiday had security issues with their rooms which may have been addressed by now as we saw an increase in security guards following this.
All three restaurants share one building and one kitchen, all need to be booked except on buffet nights. Nicoles and Buccaneers open alternate nights. The supplement for Nicoles has not been implemented yet maybe because it is described as fine dining not!! Food is average and not very exciting, deserts are similar to a kids birthday party food. Gooey cake jelly and synthetic cream.
The staff in the restaurants, bars and guest services are very helpful and polite. I felt so sorry for the staff at the Beach grill as there is only two of them one cooking and the other taking orders serving drinks and clearing up. The housekeeping staff are also very good at keeping the rooms clean. Shampoo and body lotion is supplied but not shower gel.
In my opinion the resort is unsuitable for young children and people with mobility problems. Buggies transport you around the resort (which is very hilly) and are in short supply. Access to the beach is via 40 steps which you have to negiotate each time you need food, rest rooms or an alcoholic drink and can be quite punishing in the heat.
The Resort needs some flowers and trees, not sure why it was described as eco friendly. More shade is needed on the beach there were some triangular plastic looking sheets supportd by metal poles, quite unsightly and ineffective.
Long beach is only a ten minute walk away and is much larger.
The Excellence catamaran tour is ok but you spend about 3 hours on Green island and the snorkelling is not very good.
Shirley Heights is quite entertaining for a couple of hours on a Sunday night with live music.

  • Liked — Low rise buildings in groups of two with ocean view
  • Disliked — paper thin walls, no room service, empty fridge
  • Stayed July 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 2, 2008

Firstly, apologises for the delay in writing this review, it has been on my to do list for a while!

My new husband and I stayed at the Verandah with our 22 other guests from 26 April 2008 - 10 May 2008. We got married on 2 May 2008.

Like other posters, we had read mixed reviews about the hotel before went and even conisdered changing at one point however, I am so glad we didn't.

From the moment we arrived we were given extra special attention. The wedding co-ordinator Laurie was absolutely fab, she went out of her way to ensure that our wedding was the most special day of our lives. We deceided to take our own silk flowers with us, to use during the ceremony, so we didn't need the flowers included within our package. Laurie arranged for us to have table decorations and additional bouquets and button holes for other guests, this was a nice touch.

We got married in the hide away gazebo, this was perfect as we had a lot of guests and it was very private. The whole area was decorated with beautiful flowers, and Laurie even bought vases in from home to put in the reception area. Glasses of Pims and champagne were handed out after the ceremony while we listened to the steel band.

In the evening, the hotel's fine dinning restaurant was closed for an hour to allow us to make our speeches etc. Even after it opened up to other guests we didn't really notice them as we were such a big party. We had a specially designed menu and the chef even suprised us with a great entree.

As to the rest of the hotel, our room was excellent, and the view amazing. We didn't close our curtains at all - it was so nice waking up to the sun rise and looking out to sea.

The food was better than any other all inclusive we have stayed at - there was always something for everyone. We had some fussy eaters in our party and they were always accomodated.

During our stay the hotel was very quiet and at one point it felt like we were the only guests. We were not affected at all by any of the building works.

The activities and water sports kept many of our guests entertained - especially the hobby cats. A few of our party got a bit adventurous on a particularly windy day - lets just say they kept the rescue boat busy!!!.

The spa was wonderful - I had a couple of treatments, as did many of our party. During our stay they ran a number of special offers including 50% off during the whole of our second week. This made it all the more inviting but the quality of treatments would have made me return despite this.

The drinks in the hotel are fab - even the non-alcoholic ones. There are a variety of cocktails to choose from and you can even design your own. The brands are truly international and you can have anything from premium brandy to port - which is rare for an all inclusive hotel.

We enjoyed our stay so much we are looking to return in September. This hotel deserves more than its current 4 star rating - it was amazing.

  • Liked — spacious rooms
  • Disliked — We travelled with a teenager and the pool table was in the games room and under 18's were not allowed in - would be much better to relocate.
  • Stayed May 2008
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Reviewed June 29, 2008

A fabulous hotel on a beautiful island. Staff are very warm and friendly which was passed onto the guests.
. Staff services are very good and help to make your stay as as memorable as possible ie for booking evening resturants, day trips, special occasssions along with any other specials needs during your stay. Hotel rooms are very spacious and to a high standard. Great choice of food throughout the day and evening dining at any of the specilaty resturants is a good as any fine resturant at home. Hotel ammenities are very good whether on the beach or pool side, there is kiddies club but this wasn't relative to us. One of the most outstanding feature of this holiday was that everywhere was spotlessly clean throughout the day. One last note for any animal lovers out there the hotel as adopted a stray dog named Verandah so feel free to take out treats

  • Liked — hygene and cleanliness
  • Disliked — nothing
  • Stayed June 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 25, 2008

I have to say, the Verandah was among the best resorts I have stayed in. The rooms are clean,bright,airy,comfortable-all have views of the caribbean. If you are oceanfront, the view from your veranda is breathtaking.All rooms are part of stand-alone cottage, each having 2 units on one level.

The beach is in a cove and has the calmest water I have ever been in, and an enormous endless bay. No motorized water sports, therefore, peace and quiet. You can relax and watch Pelicans diving for fish.

The food was good. The beach bar is great for lunch.The specialty restaurant is excellent with service rivaling any 5* resort.
The staff is friendly and practically falls all over themselves trying to please guests.

The pool is gorgeous and exceptionally clean.

  • Liked — Room & watching Pelicans
  • Disliked — nothing
  • Stayed June 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 24, 2008

Resort is brand new. Another Bob Parrott (owner) gem. Beautiful landcaping design (Robert Schwarz). Excellent suites, lush foilage, beautiful beaches, clean restaurants and eco-friendly. The staff is overly friendly and the food is very good. The facility is centrally located with the restaurants, spa, gym,casino and main bar in one awesomely designed caribbean style structure. Pool is large and the bar is close by with flat screen televisions. Nightly entertainment is provided and is fantastic. This is a truly all-inclusive resort...no one bothers you and there are no hidden charges. If you go, say hi to: George, Jodi, Neal, Vera, Monique, Lionel, Steve, Michael, Jamoy, Dayton, Hilroy and that timid little dog that runs around the resort. Also, take the walk to Devil's bridge and say hi to donkeys on the way.........I'll be back!!!!!!!!!

  • Stayed June 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 23, 2008

My friend and I just returned from a stay at the Verandah and here is what we thought

Rooms
Gorgeous, huge, clean, great view. Huge bathroom and lots of room for all your luggage

Food
Delicious food all around. The variety of food was outstanding. Breakfast and lunch were always buffets. Dinner could be a buffet or order from a limited menu. We are kind of picky eaters and we always found something delicious (especially the desserts). We thought there was only a dress code at Nicole's (the upscale restaurant) but there was a dress code at ALL restaurants (collared shirts for guys, dresses/skirts for women, NO FLIP-FLOPS!). Reservations were required at all restaurants which was never a problem. The only 2 issues we had were:

1. Making a reservation through guest services never worked. They never called the restaurant for us.

2. Bucaneers would randomly be closed without anyone telling us. We would try to make a reservation and whoever answered the phone would say they were closed and acted like we should have known that.

Beach/Pool
The beach was bigger and nicer than we thought it would be. We had no problems getting a chair or using kayaks/paddle boats, etc., even in the middle of the afternoon. Since the beach is kind of in a 'cove', it was always calm (and warm!) The pool was gorgeous and there was always a bunch of open chairs and it seemed like everyone sat by the pool but there was rarely anyone IN it.

Activities
BINGO and beach olympics were tons of fun. There were also planned activites everyday (i.e. every Wednesday there was BINGO, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, there was a walk to Long Bay). The walk to Devil's Bridge was the best. Jodi led the walks and he was super nice and informative.


Guest services sucked. We had a bunch of questions about things (dress code, rainforest tour, etc.) and they said they would call us with answers but never did. Also, there was a pool table located in the casino, which was suppossed to be open from 5pm-midnight. One night around 9pm, we wanted to play pool but the door was locked. We asked the bartender if she had the key and she was EXTREMELY rude and kept shaking her head at us and telling us she didn't have the key. It would have been nice of her to tell us who could assist us instead of just being rude. There seemed to be a theme of things not being open when we thought they were.

Overall, we had a great time. The rooms and amentities outweighed the random unhelpfulness and random closing of restaurants and casinos.

  • Liked — Huge rooms, great beach and pool, great food
  • Disliked — Far from town, large property (lots of walking), inability to get answers from staff
  • Stayed June 2008, traveled with friends
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Property: The Verandah Resort & Spa
Address: Indian Town Rd, Saint Philip, Antigua
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Location: Caribbean > Antigua and Barbuda > Antigua > Saint Phillip Parish > Saint Philip
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Spa Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Saint Philip
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:4 star — The Verandah Resort & Spa 4*
Number of rooms: 200
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The Verandah Resort & Spa is a world-class all-inclusive resort overlooking the crystal blue Caribbean waters of Antigua. Perfect for couples, friends, families, honeymoons, and weddings. Guests love the resort's friendly, romantic atmosphere, with lots of activities for adults, teens, and children--not to mention our Two White Sand Beaches!The Verandah's four restaurants, four bars, four swimming, including the largest freeform freshwater swimming pool in Antigua. Activities include hobie cat sailing, kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, pedal boats, supervised Kids Club, 18-hole miniature golf course, and much more.Indulge at our Spa Tranquility, featuring a wide array of massage and beauty treatments, or enjoy a workout in our air-conditioned fitness center.We look forward to having you as our guest, and thank for your choosing The Verandah Resort & Spa, Antigua. ... more   less 
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