ANTIGUA & LOCATION
IMPORTANT: All travelers, including U.S. citizens, to and from the Caribbean, Central and South America and Bermuda will be required to have a PASSPORT or other accepted document that establishes the bearer’s identity and nationality to enter or re-enter the United States. For information visit the U.S. State Department’s website: www.travel.state.gov for more information.
There is a ramp from the gardens allowing access to Pelican Bar and Palm Restaurant and reception can be accessed from the gardens via a couple of steps. Bartleys à la carte Restaurant is situated on the first floor with a climb up approximately 10 steps which is fairly steep (no lift).
There are a few steps around the hotel grounds, a couple of steps down to the pool area, a few steps down to the beach and the 3rd pool (adults only) can be accessed via a ramp which has a few gentle steps up to it.
Although Blue Waters is not advertised as being “wheelchair user friendly” we do have a number of disabled guests who return year after year.
Please be advised that all transactions are in US dollars.
For guests wishing to pay cash or traveller’s cheques, a deposit will be collected on arrival in order to establish credit privileges.
Please note that razor sockets are for razors only.
Please, also note that the electrical frequency is 60 Hertz, whereas in the UK and Europe it is normally 50 Hertz. This may damage or cause electrical equipment from these countries to malfunction.
To control the spread of mosquitoes we undertake our own treatment program. This is normally done on a weekly basis and is called “fogging”, because of the smoke the process creates. Although the smell is quite strong it is not harmful and quickly dissipates. Even our beautiful butterflies are not affected.
Irons and ironing boards in all rooms
RESTAURANTS & BARS
Should you wish to dine outside of these times, you can do this and charge to your account.