Antigua Luxury resort Jumby Bay to Reopen with the Sense spa


Travel + Leisure’s 2007’s world’s best reader’s Survey rated Jumby Bay as the “World’s Best Caribbean Resort,” after which it closed its doors through mid-2009 to launch a $28-million enhancement. The result is ‘Sense,’ the Rosewood Spa at Jumby Bay that offers guests a breathtaking view of the Caribbean surroundings and the West Indies’ colonial heritage. Robert Moreland of MCM Design designs the open-air Sense spa and its ambiance is influenced by the island sugar mill ruin and boasts stone entryways, a terra cotta clay tile roof, and tropical gardens. The spa features five sumptuously designed personal spa suites and hand-made hammocks that ensure the guests’ utter relaxation.

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In the Sense spa, guests are welcome to experience various treatments and massages that rejuvenate and nurture inner balance. The resort’s culinary team does its best to treat the guests with a host of light refreshments, lunch, and dinner. Jumby Bay hosts 12 villas that span across one-third of the island and feature private pools, tennis courts, and an array of other resort amenities. With the above-mentioned treats and more, the resort seems to aspire for bigger accolades.
[LuxuryTravelMagazine]

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