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Long Island, AN,
Antigua and Barbuda
The resort offers 40 guestrooms and suites located in three types of buildings widely spaced within the resort's main section on Long Island's west side. Pond Bay House is a one- and two-story Mediterranean-style white building with a red tile roof featuring an expansive Caribbean-view central terrace furnished with cushioned teak lounge chairs. Other Mediterranean-style buildings contain two suites each. The third type consists of six octagonal "rondavels" - South African-style one-story cottage-like buildings with conical wood-shingle roofs located near the Estate House, which contains the resort's main dinner restaurant and evening bar/lounge. Flowering tropical gardens screen all three types.
Guestrooms and suites include carved mahogany or bamboo four-poster king beds (or double beds) and Rosewood Hotels & Resorts' signature Rosewood Bed bedding. This consists of an extra-thick custom-made mattress, 100-percent-Egyptian-cotton Italian-made sheets (including double-twisted satin-finish custom-stripe top sheet), and down/feather pillows. Jumby Bay beds also include feather beds atop mattresses. Thick towels, including bathsheets, furnish additional comfort. Lady Primrose toiletries supply luxury. In-room beach towels, umbrellas, and walking sticks provide convenience.
Other features of guestrooms and suites include: white walls and ceilings with dark Brazilian-walnut trim; tile floors with bamboo mats; mahogany-colored rattan and wicker furniture; thickly cushioned teak balcony and patio furniture; Bose Wave radio/CD players; and crank-open louvered doors that allow tradewind breezes to complement ceilings fans. All guestrooms have air conditioning.
In addition to guestrooms and suites, Jumby Bay also offers Mediterranean-style villas with red tile roofs that provide accommodations for groups or families in a "village" of flowering gardens and cobblestone streets overlooking the island's east side harbor. Set up as private homes, villas are rented out in owners' absences. Decor and furnishings vary somewhat from guestrooms and suites'. Rattan furniture is natural color rather than mahogany, and, unlike most guestrooms and suites, villas include televisions with satellite programming and DVD players. Villas contain full kitchens even though guests are included in the resort's All-Inclusive Plan. Each villa comes with a complimentary four-seat electric golf cart for getting around the island.
Also offering an All-Inclusive Plan.
Airport taxi & boat launch transfer service breakfast, lunch & dinner daily Unlimited open bar & imported house wine with all meals Afternoon, tea Managing Director's cocktail party Concierge services. Use of three tennis courts, Non-motorized watersports, Snorkeling gear & guided snorkel tours, Sunfish sailboats, Paddle boards. Use of freshwater lap pool, Croquet & use of putting green. Use of fitness center. Use of resort bicycles, Sunset cocktail cruise, Nightly movies, Daily NY Times, facsimile.
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Use of snorkeling gear, sailboats, and kayaking is included in the All-Inclusive Plan, as is water skiing. The resort includes three tennis courts (two lighted), a putting green, a croquet lawn, and miles of biking lanes. Bicycles are located throughout the resort's grounds so guests need not keep track of "their" bikes. The resort offers a complimentary weekly sunset sail and snorkeling trips. Fishing and scuba diving excursions can be arranged. (Fees charged by excursion operators.) Golf, horseback riding, and helicopter sightseeing are available on Antigua, which is a 2.5-mile run from Jumby Bay resort on the resort's ferryboat.
The recreational activities listed below are available at the resort or on Antigua; fees may apply.