Jumby Bay Island | Antigua and Barbuda | If Only

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With over 7km of pristine shoreline and some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, Jumby Bay Island is a private enclave accessible only to hotel guests.

With no commercial traffic, and electric golf carts to transport guests around the island, this peaceful haven is perfect for relaxation where traditional, colonial Caribbean style blends luxury with comfort, all enhanced with state of the art facilities.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel With Villas
  • 5 Star
  • 40 rooms & suites, 16 villas & 8 estate homes



Tastefully decorated rooms and luxury vacation villas, spread across the island, range from octagonal Rondavals with wrap around terraces, outdoor garden showers and private gardens to spacious suites with their own pools.

Traditional, colonial Caribbean style blends luxury with comfort, all enhanced with state of the art facilities.



From casual, yet authentic meals on the sand at the Beach Shack to sophisticated and elegant fine dining at the Estate House, there’s a menu to suit all at Jumby Bay.

Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, The Verandah is at the heart of the resort – perfect for people watching while enjoy sundowners, dining under the stars or lunching on the shady terrace.



For cooling off, the infinity pool, water-skiing, windsurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking and snorkelling are all waiting, and the water sports staff are on hand to guide enthusiasts of all levels.

On dry land there’s a fitness centre, three tennis courts and bicycles for further exploration of the island.



Gentle sea breezes carrying the scent of tropical gardens play in the vaulted ceilings of The Spa, inviting guests to unwind and relax, while local natural ingredients and traditions are combined with modern therapies to detoxify and rejuvenate.

Getting There


A few minutes by car from V. C. Bird International Airport to the Jumby Bay Island jetty for the 6 minute water crossing to the resort.