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Jumby Bay, a Rosewood Resort

Antigua Accommodation:

Jumby Bay, a Rosewood Resort ★★★★★

This 300-acre private enclave just two miles by boat off the main island plays, host to a variety of wildlife including the White Egret and the Blue Pelican whilst Pasture Beach is a protected nesting site of the Hawksbill Sea Turtle. Tropical foliage, pristine beaches and exemplary service characterize this all-inclusive island hideaway.

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Facilities & Services

Please note that the below services are included, unless otherwise indicated

  • Pool: The Verandah pool (82-foot) has four lap lanes and is surrounded by cabanas with comfortable chaise lounges whilst the Oceanfront Infinity pool at the end of Jumby Bay Beach, has an infinity edge, blending in with the ocean.
  • Spa: Sense, A Rosewood Spa® offers an elegant, open-air sanctuary! An array of services inspired by the island’s local traditions and abundant natural resources are enjoyed in tranquil spa suites.
  • Fitness Centre: State-of-the-art fitness center, resort bicycles, Croquet & putting green are availabile to guests
  • Sport activities: Watersports, Snorkeling gear & guided snorkel tours, Sailboarding, sunset cocktail cruise, use of sunfloats & Sunfish sailboats can be enjoyed, some at an additional cost but many included.
  • There are also 3 Tennis courts, where you can either ‘play like a pro’ or ‘hire a pro’!

Restaurants & Bars

  • The Estate House: Fine-dining restaurant with Mediterranean-inspired menu containing bold flavours. Open for dinner and afternoon tea Monday-Saturday
  • The Verandah: Residential-style kitchen with a unique wood-burning oven. Overlooking the mediterranean in a sun-filled setting where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily
  • The Pool Grille: Out in the open air, offering fresh light snacks, lunch, cooling treats and an array of refreshing cocktails, mocktails, smoothies, fruit juices and teas.
  • The Beach Bar: Here guests find cocktails, cold water and fresh towels at the ready. A raised hand brings a frosty glass of water, delicious daiquiri or tray bearing a selection of freshly made fruit sorbet.
  • Do enquire about cooking classes, Picnic hampers or romantic torch-lit beach dinners which can be arranged (some at an additional cost).


Families feel right at home with Rose Buds® program designed to ensure their youngest guests enjoy an unforgettable stay. The resort offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity for “turtle watching” from June through November!

Looking after younger guests

  • Range of baby items available including monitors, cots and nappy bins and botttle warmers.

Children’s meals

  • Children’s menus are offered at all restaurants and for in-room dining
  • Bespoke meals are available on request

Babysitting & Supervised activities

  • Rose Buds™ is a program designed to provide the youngest guests with special services, amenities and convenience items. Camp Jumby caters for 3-12 year olds with a variety of different activity ‘pavilions’ and outdoor excitement offered too. Themes include Little Chefs, Wildlife & Ocean Adventures, Discover Science, Pirates of the Caribbean, Dance & Sing, Day at the Beach and much more.
  • Babysitting is available at a nominal fee payable locally.

With 40 beautifully refurbished rooms and suites spread across nearly a third of this private Caribbean island off Antigua, guests feel ensconced in their own secluded hideaway.

Room Types

Wrap-around terraces with views of the Caribbean Sea. Four-poster beds, bathroom with private courtyard and outdoor garden shower.

Rondavel One-Bedroom Suite
These beautiful suites offers a separate bedroom, living room, bathroom with large walk-in shower and private outdoor garden with rain shower. A wrap-around terrace provides breathtaking views of the sea and hammock for relaxation.

Beachside Courtyard Suite
Nestled beachside, these suites feature magnificent vaulted ceilings and a sitting area which opens to a beautifully appointed bedroom. The bathroom offers a dressing area, indoor rain shower, double vanity as well as an outdoor shower and soaking tub set in a calming private courtyard.

Pool Suite
Contains an Antique privacy gate and entry courtyard. Beautifully appointed with 1,346 square feet of living space, a grand room with vaulted ceiling, living area, separate master bedroom with spacious bathroom and private outdoor garden with rain shower and tub. Expansive terraces overlooking the sea and a private pool

Rosewood Estate Suite
Inspired by the island sands, subtle beiges and cream blend together with the attenuated lines of British Colonial furnishings. A courtyard with fountain and entry vestibule lead to a spacious living room. The living and dining areas open onto an infinity-edge pool with dramatic views of the Caribbean Sea. The master bedroom provides a spacious bathroom, and outdoor garden within a four-walled courtyard featuring a deep pedestal tub and blissful rain shower. A private butler pantry for in-suite dining. The suite also offers the option of one or two additional connecting suites.

Villas and Estate Homes of varying sizes are also offered for groups of 4 plus, the larger options also coming with private golf buggy, chef, butler and housekeeper.


  • A Rondavel can connect to a Rondavel One Bedroom suite ideal for those with younger children as they connect internally, are near the main restaurant and have no water close by
  • Suites and Pool Suites can allow up to 2 young children sharing with cot or extra bed in the sitting room area.
  • Some Suites and Pool Suites connect via outdoor courtyard for those with older children.
  • Villas and Estate Homes are ideal for those travelling with extended family.


Rates are available upon request. Please note all rates are based on an All Inclusive Basis, including the villas and estate homes.

The Jumby Bay Hawksbill Project is a long-term research and conservation program, monitoring the hawksbill sea turtle nesting colony on Long Island.The 2012 nesting season marks the 26th year of study.
This research consistency is one factor that sets the JBHP apart and highlights the project’s value to the sea turtle conservation community.