Why we like it
- The lead-in Rondavel rooms start at 73 square metres in size and feature a wrap-around terrace with sea views
- Jumby Bay chefs partner with local farms and food producers in a commitment to showcasing locally grown, sustainable ingredients
- Families are well catered for and the kids club offers outdoor activities including lizard feeding, searching for Hawksbill turtles and their eggs and visiting Stingray City
- The resort’s sustainability programme helps to preserve its environment and indigenous species – the endangered Hawksbill Turtle, the White Egret and the Persian Black-Headed Sheep
- Reachable only by boat, Jumby Bay is just a 15 minute ferry ride from the dock which itself is only a couple of minutes’ drive from the airport
About Jumby Bay Island
Set on a 300-acre private Caribbean island two miles off the coast of Antigua, Jumby Bay Island is a superb resort - exclusive and serene. Thanks to its setting, Jumby Bay Island is a naturalist's paradise, noted for its lush landscape, stately palm trees and three superb, white sand beaches. Criss-crossing, winding paths, enjoyed on foot or by bike, are lined with wild orchids, whilst the endangered Hawksbill turtle has made its home on Pasture Bay Beach.
The resort's 40 beautifully refurbished rooms, suites and luxury vacation villas spread across nearly a third of the island, to ensure every room has the ambiance of a secluded hideaway. Cool, neutral colours abound, counterpointed by luxurious furnishings, tasteful furniture and outdoor spaces surrounded by lush greenery. The accommodation exudes a relaxed charm that is the signature of this resort.