November 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Love Jumby - which is why we keep coming back. The setting, the staff, the food, the rum (hic!) punches, the lack of cars, the sea life, the watersports.... it's a paradise that just keeps on giving. Cannot recommend it highly enough.
7BruceC - United Kingdom
Our third visit to this gem of a resort was in May 2017. We previously posted a review entitled "Nearly as perfect as a salted caramel truffle". On our arrival there was a letter from the team in our room with a box of salted caramel truffles... We are returning again this coming November, I can't wait to see what is waiting in our room on our arrival this time!! We were greeted on our arrival warmly by all of the established members of staff, it was great to see the usual smiling faces of the team. The Estate House has been completely renovated and extended in a colonial style providing a wonderful ambience in this fine dining restaurant. The bar has been redesigned and relocated down stairs so that you walk straight into it on arrival. The food was varied and excellent, thee selection of Rum included English Harbour 1984, a rare, expensive Rum that is one of my favourites, it's a shame I only realised it on the last couple of nights! They had moved some of the staff around, Genni from the Beach Bar to the Veranda Bar for example but its was pleasing to see that they are all still there. We enjoyed the regular sunset cruises and various snorkelling trips that are put on to the island close by. They have bought four RS sailing boats and run a sailing race every Friday, I'm not sure if this is for the benefit of the guests as much as for the Estate House owners, management and staff. It provided for a very competitive, entertaining afternoon! The waterfront team were very apologetic that the usual Mastercraft ski boat was undergoing repairs and they did their very best using a older, temporary, underpowered and unreliable replacement. They know me well and know how picky I am with my skiing and they did a fantastic job with a difficult boat. I'm sure that the usual boat will be there in November, Sean, i'm coming for you... Looking forward to another ski off! We really didn't want to leave and tried tirelessly to no avail to change our flights at a reasonable price so we could stay on a couple more nights, We set off to the airport for our scheduled flight. Fortunately the plane had an issue and was delayed by 31 hours. We appeared to be the only people at the airport jumping with joy at the news. The team at Jumby sent a car immediately and we returned to our old room. They even put on a boat to take us back to the airport at 1.30am to catch our delayed flight, allowing us to get a few hours sleep in our room before the flight that finally departed at 3.30am A great bonus at BA's expense, Karma perhaps! BA, with their new CEO could learn a lot about Customer Service from the Team at Jumby.
We first went to Jumby in July, 2016. As evidenced by our first review, it was a perfect trip. Jumby is expensive, but it is such a special place -- a luxurious destination which is also completely down to earth and without any attitude. We knew we had to come back and were thrilled when two of our close friends agreed to come with us. We were concerned, however, that the bar was set too high and the resort would not be as great the second time. Our concerns were unfounded. We returned the first week of July, 2017. We stayed in a beachside courtyard suite again. Everything was just as we remembered it to be. The beach service was outstanding - as was pool service. Travis at the pool made us feel so welcome and cared for - his incredibly positive attitude contributed to our overall experience. Hanging out at the beach bar was a daily afternoon activity as the resort is a magnet for all sorts of interesting people from around the world. The resort team is completely committed to taking care of their guests. When they changed the weekly sunset cruise to another night, we were so disappointed because our friends were leaving the island the morning of the rescheduled cruise. When we went to talk to the concierge about this --- the resort was so kind to set up a special VIP cruise for the four of us. Noel took us out for a wonderful tour around the island. He was a wealth of information and we had a great time on the boat with him. We really appreciated the gesture in arranging this for us. This time we also had the resort arrange a trip for us to stingray city. This was a super fun outing. The boat picked us up right on the jumby dock and took us out to visit the stingrays. The resort was careful to book our outing so that we were there with almost no other boats visiting so we had the area basically to ourselves. Back at the resort, the food was consistently good and we were delighted that the estate house had been reopened, as it was closed for our first visit. The estate house is a really lovely space with wonderful food. In addition, it was always easy to get a golf cart ride back to our room after dinner. We only had small criticisms of the food -- like it would be great if the pool restaurant served a bigger bowl of salsa with its chips and some of the appetizers at the estate house are itty bitty (ie the scallop appetizer has one scallop). Not a huge issue though because the staff was always happy to put together a special order for us. Since it was fourth of July while we were there, we got to enjoy a special beach barbeque complete with fireworks -- it was a fun night. This was in addition to the weekly white night that is held on the beach. Both beach events were accompanied by a fun band. One small issue, the resort no longer had big floats for hanging out in the water. We were told that new floats had been ordered - those were a great touch and we hope they get more in stock soon. After we returned from our trip, we learned that a new management company was going to take over starting in September. Jumby has found its way into our heart so we hope that the new management team retains the incredible staff and high standards for excellence. Really hoping Caroline in guest services is still there when we return -- she is an incredible ambassador for Jumby and a real ray of sunshine at the resort.
Beachmom2kids - Chicago
My first trip to the Caribbean and what a trip. Everything was exceptional and you could write an essay on the magical memories I have. One thing needs to be mentioned. The staff were by far the most helpful and friendly people I have ever come across at a hotel or resort. You will leave the island feeling a connection with them. I will return! Flawless.
JIVITW - London, United Kingdom
Jumby Bay was perfect from start to finish. The natural beauty was matched by the phenomenal service. My families favorite vacation ever! That is what brought me looking for updates as Irma approaches. I hope that all you wonderful people that live in Antigua and work at Jumby Bay are safe. I hope this island and resort survive - it is amazing! We hope to be able to return soon, but mostly we wish for your safety.