December 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Keyonna Beach in Turners Beach, Antigua and Barbuda
Take a different approach to your next Caribbean vacation, with a stay at the intimate Keyonna Beach all-inclusive hotel. Set on the spectacular shores of Antigua, this boutique retreat hosts just 15 rooms, each outfitted with four poster beds, simple Caribbean style, and private verandas from which to enjoy the tranquil coastal views. Although Keyonna Beach is located on a quiet strip of white sand beach, it is also within close proximity to local restaurants and attractions, making it the perfect place to start and end your days' journeys and adventures. It boasts what is considered the best view of neighboring Montserrat, a volcanic island that frames fantastic sunsets each and every evening. The all-inclusive program at Keyonna Beach allows worry-free relaxation, including full meals with wait service. Stretch out under the tropical Caribbean sun, or splash in the cool crystalline waters. Everything here at Keyonna Beach is simple and idyllic, just like your trip is guaranteed to be.
The island of Antigua offers an incredible array of activities, sure to please every taste and interest. For snorkeling and kayaking, South Coast Horizons is just a short walk away. Paddle through protected mangroves out to Cades Reef, or stay on land and trek through exotic palms to view gorgeous flora and fauna. More intensive hikers will love nearby Boggy Peak, where a one-hour climb leads to the highest point on Antigua—as well as panoramic vistas of neighboring islands and sun-kissed seas. Further explore your adventurous side with a zip-line tour of the rainforest canopy, which will crisscross you over plunging gorges, through verdant forest, and along towering treetops. Back at the hotel, the perfect ending to your fun-filled days awaits on the beach restaurant's multi-tiered terrace. Special daily dishes, along with indulgent three-course menus, will provide the ideal complement to a cool cocktail and sunset view. For a break from ordinary, where you will find peace in the extraordinary, stay at Keyonna Beach in Antigua.
Location of Keyonna Beach
Nearest Airport: ANU
Amenities for Keyonna Beach
- General Information
- 24 Cottages and Beach Houses
- Only 12+ Years Permitted
- Outdoor Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Housekeeping Service
- Car Rental
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Safes
- Private Verandas
- Mini Refrigerators
- All Inclusive
- Spring Break
Reviews for Keyonna Beach
We came here as the reviews indicated it was a place to get away from it all and it did not disappoint. The beach is fantastic, a mere 20 odd metres from where you sleep, and there is no bun fight for the Bali beds, plenty for everyone, although being anti social on holiday we always went for the far left as you look out to sea, very little passing traffic. You get served drinks all day if you want them and the guys are brilliant! From the beach the snorkelling is pretty poor but you can search for some very ornate shells to take home, just below the water line. From the beach you can see one of the worlds most active volcanoes smoking away on Monserrat, and on a clear day can see the outline of St Kitts. The water is warm and turquoise, although it dips away quite quickly it is not rough and you donâ€™t need beach shoes, unless you are sensitive to hot sand. The Bali beds are fabulous, not dirty as some reviews suggest, and about the size of a Queen bed. We took a lightweight beachcover that fitted perfectly. If you want to lie in the sun, there are plenty of beds too, but no cushions. We alternated between the two. When you have had enough full sun retire to the Bali bed and close the curtains. The beach faces west so you can make the most of the beautiful sunsets. The worst part? Wait for the mystic catamarans to arrive with their passengers. Makes you Del like you are in a zoo as they walk along the beach taking photos. Fortunately they are only there for an hour, so count it down! You do get surprisingly possessive of this glorious piece of beach!The apartment, but letâ€™s be honest, itâ€™s a shack, wooden and rustic, but very clean, has all you need for a stay. Fridge, refilled daily with whatever you want, a safe for your valuables, a bed and.......... well thatâ€™s it, but you came here to relax right? The outside shower is fabulous, takes you a bit by surprise, but showering under the stars or even during a rain shower is an experience you wonâ€™t forget. A tip would be to request those furthest from the restaurant 26/27 asa they are away from the road and nearest the beach. There is a lovely path that runs around them all and great for photographing hummingbirds feeding on the blooms. Bring wet wipes as the toilet blocks with the smallest amount of paper. One other thing THERE IS A HAIRDRYER, you donâ€™t need to pack one. The food is superb, volume is ridiculous. You can choose a full fry up everyday if you are up to it, and as a fully inclusive hotel the temptation is there! But remember a moment on the lips! Staff are great, Sandy/Collette for breakfast or lunch is lovely and the Sommelier in the eve could be a goalkeeper( He holds two wine bottles in one had with ease!) Restaurant is all outside and overlooks the pristine beach. A cool breeze usually takes the edge off of the heat but it is shaded. There are many different birds that visit the restaurant and your table, waiting for you to take the plate off of breakfast milk...... you will see what I mean! Other that that there is a colourful array....... and watch for pelicans riding close to the ocean and the odd frigate bird soaring high above. One word of warning donâ€™t be too late for dinner, we were one night and had a forced choice! Food still great but I like to choose! Not sure what you are like with excursions, but as mentioned we are anti social. There are lots of things to do, but having seen the Cats full of tourists.... Nah you are alright thanks! I wanted to see a bit of Antigua so hired an SUV for a day, about US$100. My view, roads make you concentrate, nothing much inland, bit like driving for miles in country lanes,nothing much to see. Very poor but happy residents.Bays are lovely but Keyonna and Turners bay takes some beating! Half moon bay and the beach bar there, Nelson dockyard and Devils Bridge all worth seeing.... St Johns? a bit over commercialised for me, probably due to the cruise ships docking in the High Street! Again you will see what I mean. Jolly Harbour, nearby bus ride away, was not so jolly! Looks a bit run down to me, glad I didnâ€™t waste a cab fare! If you donâ€™t want to hire a car, bus into St Johns or locally is very cheap. Ask at reception. My overall view of this place? Just perfect, they cater to your every need. Itâ€™s not 5â€˘ luxury, just 5â€˘, for me anyway. Travelled round the Island and have to say, this is THE best, small scale, personal, beautiful, rustic and really nice people.
Tony H - Maulden
We were really happy with the visit, post hurricane and with the knowledge that people had been through the ringer. Really, our stay was perfect and we had both the support and privacy we desired. Our room was one of the separate cabanas with its own porch and incredible shower. The Bali beds on the beach are lovely. The beach is perfect of swimming, crystal clear and gorgeous. We were surprised the food was so good and the drinks were all included. Basically, you can get whatever you want, when you want it and everyone just wants you to be happy. I will suggest folks bring cash, not for Keyonna (though we did leave a generous tip) but Antigua is a cash driven economy. The front desk was super helpful and patient in helping us get what we needed which ended up being a car of our own - we hit the roads (not for the faint of heart) to explore. We will go back to Keyonna, It is a couples resort and perfect for having a sweet relaxed time with the one you love.
Sarah M - Austin, Texas
We were looking for a secluded, all inclusive getaway at the beach. WHAT A FIND!. Keyonna is a lovely resort with exceptional service. The facility was very nice -- very good food, wine and drinks and the private room with private plunge pool was beautiful. BUT, every person there emphasized service. They kept asking to "wow" us more -- private lunch in our beach front cabana, extra drinks to our pool, even brought my wife a headband with the National colors for their Independence Day celebration!. The front desk, waitresses and waiters (Odeal, Akeem and Akaree), hostesses (Sandy), room maids (Lisa) and even the Cabbies (Bobby) would make Disney ashamed of themselves. It is not high glamour, but it was exactly what my lovely wife and I were hoping for.
jonathanmG8605HX - Cincinnati, Ohio
As soon as we arrived we were met with a smile and a cool drink. It was passed lunch service but we were offered a choice of sandwiches and I knew we made the right choice in coming here. This resort was recommended because I have mobility issues and boy did this fit the bill. We stayed in a beach cottage with plunge pool and it was perfection. Everything was close with only short walks to the restaurant or beach. We have stayed at hotels all over the US, Caribbean, and Europe and this resort had by far the friendliest employees and best service. Leading breakfast and lunch staff is Sandy. Every hotel should have a Sandy who is beyond description with her kindness and service. Lisa and Georgette took care of our rooms and anything we asked for was brought right away. From drinks on the beach by friendly bartenders, pool cleaned by smiling workers and every meal served with a smile, I highly recommend this resort. Also, although there were many young couples we were not the only oldsters.
Ejf67 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
We just returned from a quick 4 night trip to Antigua and chose Keyonna beach. We had one of the cottages with a private plunge pool. I highly recommend this route if you can afford it. The setup is amazing. The beach and water are perfect and face West for some incredible sunset views including a great view of the volcanic island of Montserrat. The staff are very good and eager to accommodate, special shout out to Sandy, Acarie, and Golda for making us feel so welcome. The food quality is very good and in some cases excellent. The West Indies jerk chicken for lunch and the beef ravioli one night for dinner were highlights. There was always fresh fish (Marlin, Wahoo, etc) being offered as one of the choices at dinner time, which were also very good. My wife has Celiac disease and they made every effort to accommodate her restricted diet with gluten free items. She especially enjoyed the fish wrap at lunch which they can do with a gluten free wrap. A couple times they were out of a gluten free item she wanted but she always at least had a couple options. They even made her a flourless chocolate lava cake one night as a dessert. If you want lobster with your meal there is a charge of $70- we did not try this because there were plenty of other good options. (One afternoon when we had missed lunchtime for a kayaking trip we walked about 150 yards down the beach and split the lobster at OJs- it was very good). We were given a cell phone with which to call the bar and order whatever drinks we wanted. They also kept our room's fridge stocked with beer, soft drinks, and bottled water. The wine and liquor are all the good stuff and their rum punch is great (also very strong). The property is maintained very well and our room was kept very clean. The outdoor shower is a nice touch. Contrary to many reviews that I read before going, the wifi was pretty good. The front desk was able to help us book a few adventures we wanted to try and made this very easy. They have a whole list of available excursions they will be glad to book for you. They also were kind enough to book our transfer to and from the airport. (Side note on excursions: the helicopter volcano tour to Montserrat is incredible. Do it. Also the kayaking and snorkeling excursion offered through Antigua Nature Tours was very fun. We did not like the ziplining trip we went on- if you've been ziplining before you might skip this one- it's nothing special) A few VERY minor things to know: Mosquitoes are pretty bad, especially at dusk. They do fog twice a week for this but they are still around. Bring plenty of repellent though and it's very manageable. They do supply tons of all natural repellant but we choose to bring DEET sweat proof and had no problem. There is a coffee maker in the room and coffee grounds provided, but no filters. I asked for filters and they didn't have any. Maybe they were just temporarily out. Not a big deal at all because the coffee at breakfast was very good, but if you are one of those people who has to have your coffee first thing, maybe bring filters. Also we had conditioner, soap, and body lotion in our room but no shampoo. It was easy to make due but especially if your trip is longer than ours, maybe bring a travel size shampoo bottle. Overall an amazing trip and we'd love to go back!
Swayze B - Memphis, Tennessee