by Geri Bain Less than 20 minutes after picking up our luggage at Antigua’s B.C. Bird International Airport, my husband and I were sitting in the open-air lobby of Sandals Grande Antigua, looking out at the beach and sipping tropical drinks as we were checked into our room. It felt

By Ann Abel I’d been curious about Gordon Campbell Gray’s Antiguan outpost ever since I’d heard the Scottish hotelier speak to journalists about the weird excesses invading five-star resorts. Why would anyone find it luxurious, he’d asked, to step into a 62-degree guest room with the TV blaring the “resort

By Mary Alice Kellogg SpaWatcher dreams of a place where loofahs grow on trees. She also dreams of that perfect little spa that doesn’t need big bells and whistles to be impressive, where spirit of place and personalized technique rule. She found it at Sugar Ridge Resort in Antigua, and