One of the top all-inclusive private-island resorts in the Caribbean is reopening in November, Caribbean Journal has confirmed.
Jumby Bay Island, set just off the coast of Antigua, is set to reopen on Nov. 7, according to the Oetker Collection, which manages the resort.
The luxe all-inclusive resort has a mix of 40 suites and vacation villas on the island, along with 21 private residences.
The suites include a collection of beachside suites, pool suites (each of which has its own private pool) and estate suites (the latter includes its own infinity pool and outdoor garden).
Each of the villas on the property has its own unique design and amenities.
And then there’s the food and beverage program: yes, it’s an all-inclusive, but Jumby Bay does all-inclusive a bit differently, with a full-fledged luxury experience that includes Taittinger as its house champagne.
“This is an island of leisure. with water sports, land sports and special activities for teens and tots,” the Oetker Collection says.
The property is emphasizing its space and seclusion amid the new realities of travel.
“As we’ve always given our guests space, privacy and seclusion you can rest assured our services have been perfectly adapted for these unusual times,” the Oetker Collection said. “From the moment you touch down at Antigua airport you can simply ‘let go.’”
Jumby Bay is one of two Oetker Collection resorts in the Caribbean, along with the legendary Eden Rock St Barths. (It joined the Oetker Collection in 2017).
Antigua has been open for tourism since the beginning of June. You can find more on the destination’s entry protocols for travelers here.
For more, visit Jumby Bay.