We were there after the Spring and Easter crowds had moved on, so the resort was quiet, with only a handful of families with young children. It is remotely located, which is the case with many of the resorts on Antigua, but the island is small enough that you can get from one end to the other in about 30 minutes (over some bumpy roads). The resort sits in a small cove, with relatively calm, shallow water, and we made plenty of use of the free hobie cats and kayaks off the beach. The two pools are nice.
The staff was wonderfully friendly and helpful, with molasses-like speed, typical of the Caribbean. We got to know a few of them, and they always cheerfully greeted us by name.
The rooms are well kept, given the harsh tropical environment. The bathtub/shower arrangement was a bit tight, but the rooms were clean, and the much needed air conditioner worked very well. The restaurant was pricey, but if you are on the all inclusive plan that won't be a concern. We were interested in exploring the island and trying other restaurants, so didn't opt for the inclusive.
The resort was a good value relative to other options, and recommended for low key getaway.More