Royal Antiguan Resort and Casino

The Royal Antiguan Resort and Casino is an exotic hotel and casino resort getaway on the island of Antigua in the Eastern Caribbean.


Antigua is part of the Leeward Islands Archipelago, while other nearby holiday destinations include St Kitts and Nevis, Montserrat and Guadeloupe.

Antigua’s weather is sunny but neither too hot nor too humid, making it a perfect holiday destination for visitors from colder climes like the UK and Europe.

Antigua is a tropical paradise just waiting for your visit. There are a number of fascinating coral reefs offshore, lengthy stretches of glorious white beach and a vibrant nightlife including several nightclubs and casinos.

The currency in Antigua is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar, which is fixed at roughly a third of the value of the US Dollar.

British tourists do not require visas, but don’t forget your passport!

Royal Antiguan Resort and Casino

The Royal Antiguan Resort and Casino nestles in a secluded inlet on the west coast of Antigua, on a private stretch of beach surrounded by 100 acres of tropical gardens.

The hotel at the Royal Antiguan has over 260 hotel rooms and 12 one-bedroom cottages. The resort is the perfect destination for watersports enthusiasts, gambling holidays and romantic escapes (the resort also offers a great wedding package).

The casino at the Royal Antiguan houses a number of slot machines, but does not have any game tables.

If you’re on a gambling holiday, there are two other casinos on Antigua worth a visit:

  • St James’s Club Casino in the south offers intimate gaming including American Roulette, Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker and slot machines.
  • King’s Casino at Heritage Quay in downtown St John’s is close to the cruise ship docks and is extremely popular with both locals and tourists on gambling holidays.

Royal Antiguan Resort and Casino offers a number of exciting holiday activities such as:

  • dives to the sunken Andes wreck
  • hikes to the 18th Century Fort Barrington
  • fishing trips and wilderness trails around the resort’s lagoon.