November 7, 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
This place is truly Amazing, if you are wanting luxury large scale hotels with marble floors then this isn't the place for you. We stayed for a week in July for our honeymoon, as soon as we arrived we were told to leave our bags alone and where whisked through and given an an excellent rum punch in the seating area which is a great place to sit, relax and get out of the sun if it's to much. We were shown to our room which was a private cottage with a plunge pool. The rooms are simple yet brilliant all at once, a large comfy bed, outdoor showers are a great novelty along with a mini bar which is refilled every day to your preferred drinks. Having the pool was a great extra to take a dip and cool down from the intense heat. Being in the villa we were given a phone to call the bar and Acari, who is brilliant would bring your drinks with a smile and was always happy to talk. The beach is absolutely incredible with clear blue seas. The bail beds are lovely to relax on and have an afternoon nap on. The beach is pretty much empty other than the odd tour boat arriving and very rare someone trying to sell you something, although they soon left when you say no thankyou. Beach also plenty long enough to run along if that floats your boat. The food and drink- incredible. All spirits were international brands with great local rums, the wines chosen by Rohan are excellent and so is his wine tasting on Wednesday night's. Breakfast and lunch have the same menus everyday but everything is cooked fresh and plenty to choose from with daily specials. Dinner is a relaxed informal affair with excellent food, we often fancied trying all the starters which was never an issue. Food always cooked great and no compliants from us. Evening entertainment is a lovely touch while enjoying your food with some great local talent. The staff at Keyonna can never do to much for you, from making drinks, the maid who would always say hello, Sandy and her team at breakfast and lunch were always friendly and attentive bringing fresh drinks as you finish the last. Security guard even helped us get the local bus to st johns Reception staff would always answer your questions and spent time to talk with you. Clint is great, even spending time playing draughts and cards with us in the evening. Only faults, bed linen could have done with being changed a bit more as I got hot at night and Bali beds could do with a wash now and again. Wi-Fi is slow but why go here and want Wi-Fi. I hope one day we can go back here and enjoy the relaxation once again. Thanks Keyonna!
Dan N - Norwich, United Kingdom
Hoping everyone is well and all is intact after Hurricane Irma. This is not your typical hotel so if you are looking for high-end finishes, luxury linens, and gourmet fare, check out one of the more upscale hotels. For my husband and I, used to our Las Vegas hometown glitz, this was glamping that made for a refreshing change we enjoyed. Wanting to contribute something that helps potential visitors decide if this experience is for them that hasn't been said, this is an unusual property that can't be compared to many others. Enjoyed the private cabins that came with tree frogs, lizards and even a lost goat. We both overpacked. This is a very casual place. You will spend the day in flip flops and a bathing suit and casual dress at night. It was very hot in the dining area and they thankfully installed fans while we were there. It can get monotonous eating at the same place three times a day. We dined at Sheer Rocks for a change which was excellent though an expensive treat. The drinks are made from fresh juices and top shelf liquor along with very good wines. Enjoyed the changing roster of talented singers and bands at night. They go out of their way to accommodate your diet. We received organic soy milk for the room and bananas. I wasn't sure whether to pack my running shoes as couldn't find any reviews regarding running and the front desk warned me that it wasn't safe to run on the street. The beach is long enough to run on and gorgeous clear water for swimming. It can get noisy when charter boats pull up but they are only there for an hour or so. Bring lots of books, there are no activities or plan to sleep the day away in the super comfy Bali beds. Use the all natural bug spray provided. Our legs were covered with bug bites the first night. The outdoor shower covered in vines and plants makes you want to install one at home. All of the staff were very nice and helpful. Take advantage of the yoga class with Charlotte while there. She knows her stuff. This is perfect for anyone needing to unwind, do nothing and enjoy a great beach. There are no activities if it rains so if you need to keep busy, you might prefer a larger hotel. Having visited many islands, Antigua has a very nice, good sized a/c airport, built by the Chinese we heard. The island infrastructure is young so do not go with high expectations. It is a beautiful place with wonderful people.
Gretchen R - Las Vegas, Nevada
Visited here in September 2017 on our honeymoon and stayed for 5 nights before going to another Caribbean island. Welcome drinks were received on arrival and we were shown quickly to our room. We opted for an Ocean View Cottage (Room 40 was ours). This is the closest cottage to the main hotel building, but we were never disturbed by noise. The Bali beds on the beach and the outside showers are wonderful touches. I have never had a shower and been able to see so much wildlife! Cocktails delivered to your location are also a fabulous inclusion. The rum punch here is amazing!! The venue is all inclusive, although there are some local restaurants nearby if you fancy a change. Breakfast had a wide choice, I would recommend trying the hot local cereals (creamed wheat etc) as they were great. Lunch was the same menu everyday, but with a daily special. The seafood cakes are highly recommended here as is the chicken roti. Dinner is a more formal affair (although the standard of dress varies between the sexes somewhat). Rohan is a great wine waiter (be sure to attend the wine tasting on a Wednesday if you are there). The evening menu changes every night. All of the food was enjoyable. The coconut ice cream as well as the guava/passion fruit sorbets are great dessert treats (if you can fit them in!). There is always local food on offer, but if you are of a more delicate constitution, there are western options too. I have a food intolerance and this was catered for with ease by the venue. It's not a cheap place to stay, but we were looking for laid back luxury with stunning beach views and a chance to relax. We got that and more.
rkg_15 - Loughborough, United Kingdom
The hotel has a very laid back, Caribbean feel to it. Food is quite good, although not a huge choice (breakfast and lunch menu is the same everyday) but would say it was to a great standard for an all inclusive hotel. All drinks included in the all inclusive and excellent wines served with dinner. Staff will do everything to try to meet your expectations when it comes to food and drinks and in fact anything that you need! Beach is lovely and quiet but we were a bit concerned that you 100yds down the beach there is a lot of derelict buildings and if you do step outside the hotel (we had a hire car) you will see how poor some of the areas are surrounding the hotel. We had a problem with the bathroom door - it wouldn't lock properly but management dealt with it straight away. If you are looking for a romantic, relaxing, laidback break this place is for you.
We have just returned from a week in this superb resort. From the minute you arrive, you are warmly welcomed with a rum punch ( starts the holiday off well!) and then shown to your room. We stayed in one of the ' ordinary' rooms which was by no means ordinary and offered a very comfortable, spacious and elegant stay. We had a good size terrace, overlooking the wonderful beach, and the outside showers are amazing!! The food is always wonderful - every meal a real treat and all the staff are so warm and often funny, yet always professional. The housekeeping staff work very hard to ensure that the rooms are spotless and, again, are so friendly. Special mention must be made of Rohan's brilliant Wednesday evening wine tasting which was great but, honestly, everything about this excellent resort is superb. It is small and boutique and manages to combine inclusivity with privacy - no small feat! We booked through Kuoni in Chester UK and their service was excellent - thanks also to Rochelle their representative in Antigua for her help and advice. If you want to experience the Caribbean in rustic luxury- visit Keyonna Beach Resort. We would love to return!
livinginthepast - Chester