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What to expect

Beachfront Hotel

Stunning beachfront location

Sole Occupancy Room

Your own room with no single supplement

Sociable Space

Property & pool exclusive to Solos guests

Epic Excursions

Explore the island's Caribbean charm

About the trip

Overlooking Falmouth Harbour on the lush, paradise island of Antigua, join us to unwind in paradise on this tranquil Caribbean retreat. Enjoy beachfront serenity, dine out, and embark on optional excursions to Pigeon Point Beach, Shirley Heights, or a thrilling catamaran cruise.

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  • Insurance see here
  • Local tourist tax of $5.00 per person per night

What's Included?

  • Return flights & transfers
  • Airport Taxes & Charges
  • Double Room for Sole Use
  • Half Board
  • Welcome Drink & Information Meeting
  • Accompanying Solos Tour Leader
  • Fully Financially Protected

Antigua Solos Exclusive

Welcome to the beachfront Catamaran Hotel

Overlooking the peaceful Falmouth Harbour near historic Nelson’s Dockyard, this family-run gem of a property has become a firm favourite with Solos guests.

The Catamaran Hotel was opened by the renowned Antiguan Yachtsman Sir Hugh Bailey and has since been passed down to his daughter Feona and her son Colin, who offer a warm and friendly welcome.

If an intimate and traditional beachfront hotel is your idea of paradise, this is the perfect choice for those looking to escape the hectic pace of life. For 10 nights, the hotel is exclusive to Solos guests and embodies the same personal feel that can be found at all our Solos Exclusives properties. Feona, Colin and the rest of the team provide a wonderful and memorable experience and are always on hand for your holiday requests.

From Sunrise to Sunset

The private swimming pool boasts stunning ocean views! So grab a sun lounger, order a drink from the hotel bar and relax and unwind, with the pool just a few steps to the small beach. None of the beaches in Antigua are private however, it is rare for anyone other than hotel guests to use this stretch of sand. Feeling active? There are no organised beach activities but there’s the option to sail straight from the beach, go diving, and the hire of sunfish dinghies and rowing boats can be arranged via the hotel reception.

In the evenings, we’ll dine together at the hotel’s Captain’s Quarter’s Restaurant & Bar, where we have our own private area set aside away from other diners of which offers waterfront alfresco dining. With an unrivalled view of the Marina and Falmouth Bay, the setting will take your breath away – whether at breakfast or during our 10 included dinners.

Accommodation Options

The 18 tropical-inspired rooms fall into seven categories, with sizes, facilities and views reflected in our individual room prices. Standard rooms are the smallest and offer all the amenities needed for a comfortable stay. As rooms do not have a terrace or balcony, a small table and chairs will be set out in the courtyard to ensure you don’t miss out on those blissful ocean views.

The ground-floor beachfront rooms have a shared terrace and are a few steps from the hotel’s small beach. Superior-View Suites are found on the first floor and offer breathtaking panoramic views of the beach and Falmouth Bay beyond, from the private balcony. Three wood-panelled Captain’s Cabins are set apart from the main building and overlook the swimming pool and offer private access to the beach. For 2024, we now feature two newly refurbished, individual Cottage Suites which are set apart from the main building. The upper floor cottage offers full sea views and the lower floor cottage partial sea views. The first-floor Admiral’s Suite is the most spacious and boasts fabulous views of Falmouth Bay and the beach from the balcony.

Discover Antigua

This stunning island has much to offer. The lively Pigeon Point Beach is a short drive away from the hotel, as is Shirley Heights, an 18th Century fort with incredible views. You can experience the Antiguan favourite – a Sunday night sunset party here, or enjoy a communal barbecue where locals, the yachting set and visitors alike let their hair down.

No visit to a Caribbean island would be complete without a catamaran cruise. On our circumnavigation tour, you’ll enjoy a full day’s adventure cruise around Antigua’s dazzling coast with the chance to snorkel and swim in the turquoise waters.



Highlights of this hotel include

  • Beachfront Location
  • Close to Falmouth Harbour
  • Exclusive to Solos guests

Catamaran Hotel

Our traditional beachfront hotel is beautifully located on the shores of Falmouth Harbour. Its location means it is easy to get to popular points of interest such as Nelson’s Dockyard and Shirley Heights. There is a small supermarket a short walk from the hotel.

*Please note: The Catamaran Hotel does not have a lift, and is therefore is not ideal for people with walking difficulties.

Facilities Include

Swimming pool with loungers and umbrellas, waterfront restaurant for breakfast and dinner, small bar and free Wifi. Although all our rooms differ in size and décor.

Room Includes

Comfortable rooms feature air-conditioning, some with kitchenette, fridge, tea & coffee making facilities, satellite TV, safe, hairdryer, telephone and Wi-Fi.

Frequently Asked Questions

Average Temperatures

Month(s) Highest temperature Lowest temperature
January - April 28 °C 22 °C
May 29 °C 24 °C
June 30 °C 26 °C
July - September 31 °C 25 °C
October 29 °C 24 °C
November 30 °C 24 °C
December 29 °C 23 °C

Our Reviews

“I’m sure you will enjoy it, I have been on three solos holidays to date and the people I’ve met have been great.”

“I’ve been travelling with Solos for nearly 20 years, on and off. The reason is for exactly what you want – you meet like minded people… and have loads of fun!”

“I’ve been on loads of trips with Solos over the years and can honestly say you will not regret booking your 1st one!”

“The feeling you have once you go away on your own is worth all the nerves before! I was so very anxious the first time but now having done it 4 times, I love it!”


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