Jumby Bay

Reachable only by boat, and with no cars in sight, Jumby Bay is a world unto itself. This private island 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. Since its discovery by Christopher Columbus in 1493, this isolated island of elemental beauty has enchanted seafarers, naturalists, and romantics. Today it is known as Jumby Bay, a retreat of rarefied yet relaxed luxury that’s just a twelve-minute boat ride from the coast of Antigua and yet worlds away from the crowds of the Caribbean.


Located in Jumby Bay’s traditional Rondavel cottages, these elegant suites combine luxury with tropical elegance. They feature a separate bedroom, living room, bathroom with a large walk-in shower and a private outdoor garden with a rain shower. A wraparound terrace provides breath-taking views of the sea and a hammock for ultimate relaxation.

Complementing the beautiful island setting, the Beachside Courtyard Suites are a delightful combination of comfort with luxury. Nestled on the beach, these Caribbean suites are decorated with tropical touches, offering magnificent vaulted ceilings and a sitting area, which opens to a beautifully appointed bedroom. The bathroom contains a dressing area, an indoor rain shower, double vanity as well as an outdoor shower and soaking tub set in a calming private courtyard.

An antique privacy gate and entry courtyard welcome guests to this elegant one-bedroom suite. Beautifully appointed with 1,346 sq. ft. of living space, the suite features a grand room with a vaulted ceiling, living area, separate master bedroom with a spacious bathroom and a private outdoor garden with rain shower and tub. Overlooking the sea with an expansive terrace and a private pool, this is the ultimate retreat for relaxation.

Dramatic views of the Caribbean Sea greet guests each morning at this comfortable four-bedroom retreat. Sea Breeze is elegantly designed and outfitted, spanning 4,681 square feet of indoor-outdoor living space. The villa’s interior colour palette of oatmeal and snow-white is off-set with accents of Caribbean blue which, in turn, complement the home’s British Colonial furnishings. The open, split-level floor plan includes a well-equipped kitchen, living room with vaulted ceilings and ample seating, and formal dining area with seating for eight guests.

Guests will truly enjoy Harbour Heights, a peaceful oasis with 12,000 sq. ft. of living space and 4.7 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens with sweeping panoramic vistas. The heart of the estate boasts several expansive indoor and outdoor living and dining areas, kitchen and master bedroom. Five double bedrooms are located in detached cottages, each with luxurious en suite baths to offer complete privacy. Sophisticated and spacious, the design of the interior is elegant with neutral colours dominating and accents in shades of blue from aqua to navy with splashes of tangerine.

The Estate House is the epitome of stylish Caribbean dining. Ringed by fragrant gardens of palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids, this ivy-clad colonial house built in 1830 was once the heart of the island’s sugar plantation. Today it is Jumby Bay’s gourmet dining restaurant, showcasing fine Italian cuisine.

The Verandah is the heartbeat of Jumby Bay Island — everything and everybody passes through here at one time or another. This is where you’ll find the beachside Verandah Bar, the expanded boutique, and concierge area. It’s also home to The Verandah restaurant, open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner — not to mention the sumptuous afternoon tea and weekly White Night barbecue party.

Sense, A Rosewood Spa at Jumby Bay is a haven of serenity by the sea. Worlds away from the maddening crowds of the Caribbean, yet firmly rooted in Antigua’s local culture and natural environment, sense reflects the open-air architectural grace of Jumby Bay. Gentle sea breezes play in its vaulted ceilings and stone entryways, inspired by the island’s own sugar mill ruin, and carry the scent of tropical gardens that wind their way through the sanctuary. The entire spa experience — which embraces indigenous healing traditions — is characterized by Rosewood’s guiding philosophy, A Sense of Place.

The beautifully constructed Cedar Valley Golf Course was designed and built by Ralf Aldridge, opening with just 9 holes in 1970 and completed its 18 holes course in 1977 as Antigua’s sole 18 holes championship Golf Course. This beautiful par 70, 6157-yds golf course lies amidst mature tropical tree vistas on hills and the Caribbean Sea, providing an enjoyable and challenging game of golf. It accommodates players of all skill levels within breath-taking scenery for a memorable golfing experience.