Accessible only by boat from Antigua, this Caribbean hideaway offers a casual and elegant island lifestyle.
With tropical foliage and pristine white beaches, the beauty of nature and the tradition of elegance have long graced Jumby Bay.
This private enclave is a haven for relaxation, offering spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea.
An ancient coral reef first discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and claimed by the British in 1632, Jumby Bay Island takes its name from "jumbie," Antiguan for "playful spirit." Held by a series of owners including a family of sugar planters, the island was developed as a luxurious resort and vacation community in the 1980s. Today, Rosewood Jumby Bay perseveres as a secluded hideaway for sophisticated travelers. Featuring lush landscapes and pristine beaches, Jumby Bay is the ultimate soul-soothing retreat.