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Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort in Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda
Nestled on a 300-acre private Caribbean island two miles from Antigua, Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort is a secluded haven filled with lush landscapes, stately palm trees and three stunning white sand beaches. After touching down in Antigua, guest are whisked away on a short and scenic private cruise to Jumby Bay Island, making it one of the most desirable and exclusive private retreats in the Caribbean. Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort features: rooms - simple and serene settings, located on the western side of Jumby Bay, suites - located just steps away from the pristine white beaches, offering spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea, Private Villas - showcasing relaxed Caribbean sophistication in a variety of styles. The villas emphasize indoor-outdoor living with outdoor dining and lounging space, stunning pools and magnificent ocean views, and individually designed Private Homes - whether comprised of a singular home, or of a main house in combination with guest cottages, all deliver the utmost privacy. The expansive luxury retreats are thoughtfully outfitted with spacious dining, bar and lounge areas, fabulous terraces for taking in the magnificent ocean views and an assortment of luxury amenities.
From breakfast to evening cocktails, Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort’s culinary vision marries simplicity with sophistication. From the fine-dining romance of our historic Estate House to the casual Caribbean fare of the Pool Grille, our gastronomic selections are inspired by fresh, local ingredients and international influences. Wecoming guests to: THE VERANDAH - Caribbean-style open-air restaurant, THE POOL GRILLE - light fare by the beautiful infinity pool, THE BEACH SHACK - authentic and local food experience with toes-in-the-sand appeal, THE BEACH BAR, and A SENSE OF TASTE - a culinary program that invites guests to embark on extraordinary gastronomic journeys that create authentic connections with the local.
Reachable only by boat, and with no cars in sight, this private isle of white-powdered beaches and winding bicycle paths is a one-of-a-kind hideaway known, quite simply, as the finest resort in the Caribbean.
Location of Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort
Nearest Airport: ANU
Amenities for Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort
- General Information
- 40 Rooms, Suites & Villas
- Poolside Dining
- Room Service
- Oceanfront Dining
- Waterfront Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Housekeeping Service
- Walking Trails
- Boat Shuttle Service
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Luxury Linens
- Boat Excursions
- Water Sports Programs
- Children's Programs
- Active & Adventure
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort
My wife and I make a quick getaway to Jumby Bay over MLK weekend to recharge after a hectic holiday season and a busy stretch at work. We don't usually do the all-inclusive thing, but we had been assured by relatives that this is different. It was. Everything was very high-end. The food was superb and the staff was incredibly attentive and helpful. We were in a beachfront suite, which was spacious, well-appointed and very comfortable. The outdoor bath and shower area was a highlight. We also loved the service on the beach. Every hour or so, someone would come by with a tray of treats - conch fritters, frozen lattes, etc. Monday, they had a big buffet on the beach with music and dancing. It was great fun. Jumby's incredible!
QuickLeave - South Orange, New Jersey
This was my first visit to Jumby Bay, off Antigua and I found it to be an idyllic location. The transfer from the airport via taxi (5 mins), boat to the island (7 mins) and room (3 mins). Which meant that within about 45 minutes I had landed, collected my bags and was enjoying a cocktail in my room. A real bonus! And of course the journey back to the airport after my holiday was just as stress free. We had a beachfront deluxe room that was very large and comfortable. The only reservation I had was that there was no door on the bathroom and when showering and changing you needed to remember to keep the blinds in the bedroom drawn. However, there was lots of hanging space, an outside tub and shower and gardens at the front and back of the bungalow. Very nice. In the evening the restaurants are easy to access either by calling for a golf buggy or by walking. I would say the pathways are not very well lit in the evening and care should be taken. We ate at the Verandah Restaurant for dinner, the Pool Grille restaurant (lunch only except on special event evenings) and at the Estate House. The menu food was enjoyable but little of it was particularly exciting except for the beach barbeque night which was quite outstanding. The Estate House is a beautiful place to eat with a lovely bar although the menu here also lacked much in the way of interest. As there are only two restaurants for dinner in the evening it would be a good idea to encourage a more exciting and changeable menu for diners, I believe. Now to the beach. This is probably the best Caribbean beach I have ever visited and I have travelled extensively in the Caribbean for 30 years. Each sunbed area has lots of space for two, three or more beds without encroaching on the other guests. The sand is beautiful and everything is very well kept. The sea is safe and quiet for swimmers. Some of the sunbeds have cushions that are a bit tired and could do with replacing but generally everywhere is very comfortable. About every hour the staff journey down the beach with something interesting for the guests to sample â€“ drinks, food and fruit. It is also possible to take lunch under your sunbed on the beach, although the menu isnâ€™t very extensive. From your spot on the beach you can see across to Antigua and it is true that the aircraft take off over the sea and Jumby Bay. However, I would say there are only a small number each day with the occasional heavy jet but to be honest we didnâ€™t find they interrupted our enjoyment of the beach at all. In fact they were of some interest as I must say, there is little else on Jumby Bay to distract you. It is possible to walk around the island and enjoy the bird sanctuary, there are bikes and some water sports. There are also lots of sunset cruises and snorkelling opportunities together with a reasonable sized gym and spa. There is also an fabulous looking childrens playroom/area. So, if youâ€™re looking for a quiet Caribbean break on an idyllic island and are taking a good book along to read you should be very happy here. Having said that for more than a week the restaurant menu options can become a little boring and the evening entertainment, whilst of a reasonable standard, is limited and generally of the same singer, small band offerings.
Sue C - Guildford, United Kingdom
Came here for 10 days and it was just perfect! The service is truly 10/10! The staff remembered names, favourite drinks, favourite food etc but never became fussy or too "silver spoon" service. A very friendly resort which didn't seem "showy" in any way. Food was delicious, though if staying for a long period could become a little repetitive, however they did offer different specials every day. Would be amazing if they could open the pool grill for more than one night to change things up a bit! Thoroughly recommend the beach BBQ where you dine on the beach in the evening under the stars. That and the many guava daiquiris! Thank you Jumby Bay for such an incredibly relaxing holiday!
India H - London
Thanks for reading this VERY IMPORTANT review! Our family NEVER visits a place TWICE for Vacation much less 4...4 TIMES...to say Jumby Bay Island & itâ€™s IMPECCABLE staff are amazing, well those words seem inappropriate for such an AWE inspiring place with THE MOST ATTENTIVE staff of any place we have EVER been too bar NONE..from Bora Bora to Costa Rica to Barbados to Bahamas and loads of places in between Jumby Bay Island & itâ€™s stunning staff make this a MUST visit.. we are already planning our next visit to Jumby Bay Island!!
rdutaster - Central NC
Somewhat surreal environment. Pristine beaches. Wonderful gardens. Quiet and peaceful. Restaurants good, although beach shack food and "Caribbean Night" disappointing and menus are limited. But the location makes up for any minor shortfalls. Staff are just amazing with extra special mentions for Angelique at Verandah (breakfast) and Monty the Head Gardener. Very highly recommended.
SurreyEnglandUK - SurreyEnglandUK