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July 15, 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

Keyonna Beach
Johnson's Point
Turners Beach, Antigua and Barbuda

Nearest Airport: ANU

Amenities for Keyonna Beach

  • General Information
  • 24 Cottages and Beach Houses
  • Only 12+ Years Permitted
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Housekeeping Service
  • WiFi
  • Car Rental
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • In-Room Safes
  • Private Verandas
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Nearby
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Beaches
  • Marina
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach
  • Spring Break

Reviews for Keyonna Beach

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a 6 night stay for our 10 year & it was perfect. We stayed in the main "hotel" area & the view from our room was perfect. We never had any issues with noise or crowds. We decided to take a chance & stay a 6th night in the main area instead of just 5 nights in the private cottages & it was a perfect decision. As far as the food, we loved it all. We tried all options for all meals and we had dinner there 6 different times & never had the same thing. The seafood dishes were prefect and the appetizers were always delicious. There is plenty of variety for everyone. The one day that is rained most of the day we got a puzzle and hung out in our room and in the lobby and never got bored. The beach was perfect in every way: soft sand, clean, quiet, bali beds available. There were a few panhandlers but they only stayed for a minute & when the party boats arrived (way down the shore) they only stayed for about 45 minutes so it was never a bother. The rooms were clean & had everything you could need, even a hairdryer, iron and ironing board! They supply you with bug spray & a spray for the room. The housekeepers are like ninjas. We never saw them, but our room was always clean & the turn-down service at night was a welcome surprise. Wine night on Wednesday with Rohan was fun & a great chance to meet people. This resort is perfect for a couple that is looking to get away & just relax with no stress to do extra activities. Don't expect big frills, just relaxation. We loved it all! The staff was amazing and couldn't have been more accommodating. We never wanted for anything. The only thing to be aware of is that the WiFi is not that great, but even more reason to just disconnect! The location is secluded and quiet. There is a bar down the way a bit if you feel you need to leave the resort, but there is really no reason to!

Stephanie S


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed at the Keyonna Beach hotel in mid-May for a week, and had a wonderful time. The hotel is right on Turner’s Beach which is an excellent, gently sloping sandy beach with no other hotel operating there. There are a number of Bali beds which made great locations for lying out and relaxing without getting burned by the sun, and there was a regular drinks service from a very cheerful young man. The hotel is rustic in appearance, with wooden buildings tucked into well-tended gardens, and all with great views of the sea. Our room (for unexplained reasons we were upgraded to a cottage near the sea) was very comfortable, with modern fittings, a comfortable four-poster bed and good quality linen and towels. The restaurant and bar area were comfortable and very picturesque, and the a-la-carte food was all excellent, with too much to eat at every meal. The choice of wines was good for a Caribbean resort, and the sommelier was delightful – he even organised a wine tasting evening! There was live music every evening which was pleasant and not too loud, allowing easy conversation while enjoying the entertainment. Without exception, all of the staff were very friendly and helpful while retaining the delightful, laid-back Caribbean style of service. We rented a car from nearby Pineapple rentals and explored different parts of the island each day, even driving to the highest point on the island (Boggy Peak – now renamed Mount Obama). We managed not to get lost except in St. John’s which inevitably was challenging, but fun. Though it is worth noting that perhaps the most difficult navigation challenge was finding the hotel – there is no sign on the road identifying it at all. We only had one small complaint, which we fed back to the staff. The wifi / internet was very, very slow. It could take up to two minutes to send a three line text message, and ten minutes to download half a dozen brief emails. There was no point in trying to access any attached pictures or any news websites. But maybe it is good sometimes to be virtually cut off from the outside and to relax in such delightful surroundings. A great holiday.

Tim W - Grenada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a hard review for me. I will say it took a good 24 hrs to acclimate to the resort. There was nothing to do. I did want a peaceful resort but they could of had slightly more options. I'm American and most of the people were English. The strange English. Lol. I've been to London so I know not all are this way. The Antigua people were friendly but mostly to my Haitian boyfriend. Once a few staff members new I was from Puerto Rico they were more kind. I'm speaking of only a few select older woman. The younger girls and all men were amazing. Big shot out to Acerie who was Amazing! We love him and sandy and Clint. My fav was Acarie. He let me use his personal phone to call my mom. He was just so sweet and got us a connect to Fries beach. The food was amazing and the room was nice. I love the simplicity. The water was a lil deep for Caribbean. I love the personal interactions with the staff. My bf really like Rohan. He was mature, experienced and knowledgeable. The excursions were to expensive. The island was pricy for what you actually get. My bf and I are well traveled and agreed to this. They messed up on my bday not having my special table ready but it was fixed and we got a bottle of rum for free and also champagne for dinner. Glad was fixed. All went well. Room service was too early. 745am and was too many restrictions for food. We missed our first day breakfast. Besides that all was well. I wish I could rate higher but it was average.

Neysa C - New Jersey


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I recently surprised my wife with a trip to Keyonna in Antigua! Having read some reviews I was nervous particularly of the furnishing/modern features of the resort! I can safely say that once you're here it is amazing! It is antigua, and so to expect the high gloss finishings of Dubai would be a mistake, but the service of the staff, pristine white beach, amazing food (not buffet) made the stay truly amazing! The team at Keyonna surprised us with a lovely dinner on the beach on my wife's birthday evening and a bottle of champagne with breakfast! We have been blessed to travel to many destinations, but the personal service, great food and unrivalled landscapes at Keyonna made this resort a winner for us and for any couples looking a special week away together. Thank you to all the brilliant staff for making it such a special week!

Sam M


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

'Absolutely fabulous' sums up this place. The staff were really friendly and took time to talk with you. The rooms are excellent and well appointed - with most rooms having exceptional views of the beach and sea. Our room 24 was fantastically will placed with a fabulous view of the each and ocean. We stayed here for 2 weeks for our 40th Wedding Anniversary celebrations and thoroughly enjoyed it. Be aware that when it says it's quiet, it is although there is something musical on most evenings which you can enjoy in the bar of not as the case may be. Also, it's described as 'rustic' so although it's really nice place to stay, don't expect 5 star finish to everything. If you want that go to Sugar Ridge (much more expensive) or the mass market appeal of Sandals.. The food is really good and varied with waiter service at all meals - no elbow shoving buffet to get at our food!! Absolutely loved the outdoor showers - two showers, one each. Totally private but quite liberating showering outside!! Only downside is the wifi - it's far too slow and needs upgrading. I spoke with one of the owners - Andrew - who was a charming fellow, and who assured us that it would be fixed in the next week or so... Highly recommended, adults and couples only hotel.

Peter W


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