January 1, 2018 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
Understated luxury in a beautiful seating, a private island of the coast of Antigua. Since the moment you arrive, itâ€™s just paradise! The service is amazing, at times too attentive. The setting is beautiful, the whole island is gorgeous. The beach suite was large and comfortable. You will be dined and wined non-stopped. The food is very good and they are happy to make anything you want. They have water sports, tennis, lap pool, spa, fitness center, etc. We just sat at the beach and relaxed. We did the sunset cruise, it was nice and we met a lot of people. The snorkeling trip was cancelled due to weather conditions. The other guests were very nice, quiet and older like us. They told us that during Christmas holiday they open the kids club and it gets busier. We enjoyed the quiet setting and not hearing kids in the pool. There are no night activities itâ€™s quiet. Its the perfect resort to get away if your wallet can handle the cost. The beach suite has a private small pool and an outdoor shower and tub, gorgeous. Full state of the art gym with a full time trainer. You cannot help but fall in love with this resort.
Bluerosa667 - Tel Aviv, Israel
Jumby Bay is top class. Great beach with lots of room and soft sand. Palapas protect the beach goers from sun. The beachgoers have soft fresh towels and coolers. The staff are friendly and very helpful. Excellent water sports and a ferry to the airport..
zylig - Saint Paul, Minnesota
from the moment you set foot on the island you are greeted with the warmest of Caribbean smiles to make you feel extremely relaxed and welcome. the island is like no other and what makes this place stand out has to be the warm friendly (nothing is a problem ) attitude of all the staff. to single out individual members of staff would be very unfair as they are all wonderful and courteous.the island is very well managed and the new look estate house is a must. dont be put off coming here if you have kids as we went in school half term and there was alot of kids of all ages who were made to feel very welcome indeed. the people you meet on jumby bay are the most warm and friendly bunch you could imagine and this is a testament to the island and its staff. i have stayed here once before and i was unsure if i would like the island as much as our 1st stay and i have to say that our 2nd trip was even better than the 1st and we will definitely return to this paradise island in the sun. thank you jumby bay
tonymsmartie - Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
We stayed at Jumby Bay for the 3rd time and it is as excellent as ever. The Oetker now manage the property (replacing Rosewood), and standards are still very high. They seem to have low staff turnover as we met many staff who have been there on our visits since 2015. As always service is excellent and friendly. We stayed in one of the 2 Estate Suites. They are both excellent suites with full amenities - Bedroom, Dressing area, Bathroom with large shower (the tub is outside in a private enclosure). There is a vast sitting room, a separate office and a kitchen equipped with large fridge (full of spare supplies for the mini-bar), microwave and dishwasher. The outside space is great with enough room to follow the sun (or the shade if you prefer) through the day. My personal preference is suite 44, but only because I prefer the view. The beach barbecue (Sundays) and Caribbean night in the Pool Grille (Wednesdays) are not to be missed occasions
Martyn K - Glasgow, United Kingdom
My husband and I booked a five day stay at Jumby Bay and it was one of our favorite luxury Caribbean vacations. We can't thank everyone there enough for the truly wonderful experience we had. Pros: -Jumby Bay had arranged for our transfers and we were delighted to fly in to a beautiful airport in Antigua and have a VIP whisk us through Customs and then to our transport to the island. -The staff at Jumby Bay are incredibly welcoming and just wonderful. -Island has about 40 private estates and around 30 rooms- so it is really intimate and private, and tends to a more upscale clientele. -There is NOTHING to do but beach, eat, drink, water sports. If you want to relax, this is THE place. The setting is to die for and we loved riding bikes everywhere! -The service was TOP notch. I barely had to ask for anything- someone was there and checking in on us. We travel a lot and usually beach service stinks- someone comes by your hut once a day, you won't even have to think and someone arrives! Cons: -Aside from the Estate House (for dinner), it doesn't look like any updates have been made in a long time. The Pool area and the rooms are a wee bit dated. -We loved our patio overlooking the ocean, but there was no cross breeze or ceiling fan so it made sitting out there unbearable between the heat and bugs. -Some of the food was sub par - considering most of the food was great. If I were to complain, I would say that there needed to be fresher elements to the menu (for example, we ordered a panzanella salad and the vegetables were stewed, the croutons were stale - when I think panzanella I think fresh tomatoes, basil, crunchy croutons/grilled bread. I also had a couple of items that were overcooked or just not the freshest at the fine dining option. -The spa- also a bit dated - and ridiculously expensive. Our massages were FANTASTIC, but I almost choked when I was handed the bill. By far, the most expensive spa I have been to in my life. Honestly, I am searching for things to complain about because our vacation was wonderful. Oh- I would also suggest a game room of some sort? There isn't much to do at night. Maybe we missed it?
holmonster - New York