Hurlingham Privileges

This is a Hurlingham Privileges Hotel. When you book through us you are entitled to VIP benefits during your stay.


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Surrounded by the white sand beaches and tropical foliage of Antigua, Jumby Bay Island is a 300-acre private island noted for its luxury and world-class service.

This exclusive Caribbean resort offers splendid accommodations, exquisite restaurants, a sensational spa and world-renowned facilities to showcase both the beauty of nature and the tradition of elegance that has long graced the private island.

Reachable only by boat, and with no cars in sight, this private isle of white-powdered beaches and winding bicycle paths is a one-of-a-kind hideaway known, quite simply, as one of the finest resort in the Caribbean.




Jumby Bay Beach
This gentle arc of white-powdered sand, fringed with palms and kissed by turquoise waters, encapsulates everything about Jumby Bay's chilled-out charm. The island's iconic half-mile stretch of beach is lined with thatched bohios under which guests can lounge in the shade on cushioned chaises. Alternatively, a sprinkling of hammocks, strung between the palms, beckons. Or a sun chair that invites you to dip your feet into the softly lapping sea. Or the Beach Bar, a traditional open bungalow that sits midway on the shore. Whatever your chosen perch, you'll find cocktails, cold water, culinary treats and fresh towels on hand — serviced by Jumby Bay’s beach attendants, who will invariably hand you a frozen daiquiri or fresh-fruit smoothie before you even think to request one.

Pasture Bay Beach
On the northern flank of the island, the secluded sands of Pasture Bay offer ultimate privacy. Along this perfect crescent beach of wild, unspoiled beauty, buffered by a backdrop of palms and seagrape hedges, you can summon your inner Robinson Crusoe. The waves here roll in from the Atlantic and invite a dazzlingly rich marine and bird life — which includes the endangered hawksbill sea turtle. For guests seeking a quiet, romantic oasis, private picnics on Pasture Bay are easily arranged with a call to the resort's concierge. 

Surrounded by warm crystal waters, Jumby Bay is a playground for watersports enthusiasts of all levels. Watersports staff stand ready to assist and instruct guests in a variety of complimentary activities that include water-skiing, windsurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking and snorkeling. Snorkeling trips to nearby Bird Island — a haven for wildlife — are offered weekly. The resort can also arrange diving trips and eco-tours further out into Antigua's waters, which are known for their well-preserved coral reefs, teeming with marine life.

The pristine beaches and crystal waters of Jumby Bay lend themselves to a variety of complimentary water sports, including waterskiing, paddle boarding, snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing and kayaking. Morning snorkeling trips to nearby Bird Island are offered weekly. Beach attendants are available to assist with water sport lessons.

For the ultimate in private sea excursions, guests can charter the resort's luxury yacht, “Yennecot” a 45-foot custom-built catamaran that comes with Jumby Bay's own certified crew, trained to US Coast Guard safety standards. Every outing is a highly personalized experience — whether guests are looking for a half-day of lounging in the Caribbean sun or an action-filled weekend of snorkeling, diving and exploring.

Private Cades Reef Charter
The most popular reef location, Cades Reef, sprawls over two miles across the Southwest coast of Antigua. Designated as an underwater park, the reef is home to a variety of corals, stingrays, grunts and grouper. There are two sides to the reef that guests can tour, but based on water conditions, you might only get to see the more sheltered inner portion. Make this your own adventure by enjoying lunch aboard Yennecot, or venturing out to Jackie O’s. An open bar is provided, so all that’s left to do is enjoy!

Private Paradise Reef/ Bird Island Charter
For those seeking to get the most out of their ocean escapade, this charter has enough adventure for the entire family. Your snorkeling journey begins with one of Antigua’s more popular snorkeling sites, Paradise Reef. Common sightings include octopus and lobster, while schools of fish race in unison nearby. The next stop is Great Bird Island which is privately owned, but has been kept as an untouched sanctuary, removed from human residency. A great location for beginners and experienced snorkelers, this colorful reef is home to a number of endangered species. Enjoy an open bar as you embark upon your journey.

Private Sunset Cruise Charter
Your experience at Jumby Bay is not complete without indulging in this Sunset Cocktail Cruise Charter. Perfection is the theme of the evening as you and your special someone revel in the warm hues of pinks and oranges that fill the sky as the sun sets over the mainland of Antigua. Gourmet canapés are served alongside an open bar.

Shopping in St. John's Charter
For those who want to see a little more than just the pristine and tranquil environment of Jumby Bay, it is suggested taking a charter out to St. John’s, Antigua. A melting pot of architectural styles, shops and vendors, guests are sure to enjoy the diversity and rich culture that is kept within the confines of the town. From finding that perfect evening outfit, to delighting in authentic Caribbean cuisine, there is something for everyone – not to mention an open bar for the ride.

Circumnavigation Charter
Avoid the crowds and see Antigua from a different perspective on this six hour tour. An entertaining excursion for the entire family, the Circumnavigation Charter allows passengers the opportunity to see Antigua, and its surrounding islands, first-hand. A country so rich in history, the tour will uncover a fact or two that will leave you wanting to learn more. Lunch is served alongside an open bar, so come ready to relax and relish in this amazing destination.


Custom Sailing Adventures
Antigua is a world-class sailing destination, with the longest-running regatta in the Caribbean. And through Jumby Bay's exclusive sailing partner, Ondeck, guests are invited to sail a state-of-the-art yacht right from the resort's dock. This premier charter company will tailor a private adventure for you and your family where guests of all ages can learn the mechanics of sailing under the tutelage of an accomplished crew. More experienced sailors can participate in a real yacht race around Antigua. And for those who simply want to enjoy the island's lush scenery aboard a beautiful America's Cup vessel, Ondeck can arrange a private sunset cruise, best enjoyed with a glass of champagne.

As one of the Caribbean’s most alluring islands and blessed with an abundance of beaches, Antigua offers great kiteboarding opportunities. Jabberwock Bay, for instance, is a beautiful National Park on the North Coast, and renowned amongst kiters. Whatever your level, the sandy, shallow areas which drop off into deeper waters make it a prime destination for guests to perfect their techniques. There are also a few flat areas for “wakestyle” tricks, where there is a 60-foot A-frame slider and a kicker. With favorable wind, water and sand conditions, this is a great place to bump, jump and ride the waves.

For those who have always wanted to get up close and personal with Nature, this is a prime chance. Stingray City offers an interactive eco-tour where guests can swim and play with Southern Stingrays in a safe and controlled environment. Located in the calm waters of Mercers Creek Bay, the secure Stingray Habitat, just 15 minute from Jumby Bay’s dock, is a natural home to more than 30 Southern Stingrays as well as countless colorful tropical fish and stunning species of corals. With waters shallow enough for visitors to stand up in, guests can explore marine life to their heart’s content. No experience is needed; guests do not even need to be able to swim to participate.

The Jumby Bay Tennis Club is comprised of three courts, two of which can be lit for evening play. Courtside amenities include complimentary iced water, sports beverages and towels. Director of Tennis and resident pro, Jerry Williams, is a Davis Cup veteran, and has played with the world's top-ranked players, including Steffi Graf, Chanda Rubin and Mary Pierce, all of whom have been guests at Jumby Bay.

The beautifully constructed Cedar Valley Golf Course was designed and built by Ralf Aldridge, opening with just 9 holes in 1970 and completed its 18 holes course in 1977 as Antigua’s sole 18 holes championship Golf Course. This beautiful par 70, 6157-yds golf course lies amidst mature tropical tree vistas on hills and the Caribbean Sea, providing an enjoyable and challenging game of golf. It accommodates players of all skill levels within a breathtaking scenery for a memorable golfing experience.


Barbuda's Frigate Bird Sanctuary
Visit sister Island Barbuda aboard the “Jumby 82’, and be whisked away into a world of avian wonders. A natural island with plenty of beaches, guests get to cruise up the 17-mile Low Bay, where a number of adventures await, from turtle-watching to basking in warm waters. Small boats will also be waiting to whisk groups of ten across the lagoon and into the heart of the mangroves, to the world’s largest Frigate bird colony. This avian sanctuary contains over 170 species of birds and is home to over 5000 frigate birds, most of which visitors can get up close to. Expert guides will provide an ecological overview throughout.

Montserrat Volcano Tour
This is a prime chance for visitors to experience the beauty of Antigua from the safety and comfort of a Bell helicopter. Visitors will be treated to panoramic views of the islands as they ascend gently over the emerald waters of Antigua’s breath-taking coastline, hovering high over the region’s harbors. It also offers them the chance to see the live Soufrière Hills Volcano in all its glory – including its crater, its pyroclastic flows, and the former capital of Plymouth, which in some places has been buried under 40 feet of ash. An ecological and geographical journey from the heights, this is an Antigua tour with a difference.

Antigua Rainforest Canopy Zip Line
Located in the lush Fig Tree Drive Rainforest on the South West Coast, this is the island’s only zip line and rope challenge course. With a total of 12 plus 1 exciting zip lines plus a challenging course, action-oriented guests are guaranteed a day of fun. The course was designed, built, and is annually inspected and certified to ACCT International standards, and all of the zip staff, or Rangers, are fully-trained, certified and inspected to ACCT standards. 6 zip, 12 plus 1 zip and full course tours are currently on offer.


The Beach Shack:

Embracing the love of West Indian cuisine, the Beach Shack invites guests to enjoy a local yet authentic food experience in a casual and relaxing atmosphere on the sands of Jumby Bay Beach. Inspired by the colorful West Indian-style food shacks found in small villages throughout Antigua, the Beach Shack offers delicious local street food, such as lobster or chicken wraps/rotis, locally caught fish, ceviche and much more. The Beach Shack is open for informal grab-and-go Caribbean lunch.

Beach Bar:

Set directly on the sands of Jumby Bay Beach, and surrounded by a garden of towering palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids, the Beach Bar is a traditional open bungalow with a thatched bohio that is the center of beach service. Cocktails, cold water and fresh towels are available. A raised hand brings a frosty glass of water, delicious daiquiri or tray bearing a selection of freshly made fruit sorbets, scrumptious ice-cream sandwiches or frappuccino’s.



The resort is an island paradise for all ages, embracing fun and adventure even in its very name — the Antiguan word jumbee means "playful spirit." 

The resort's younger guests are offered special services, amenities and convenience items just for them. The resort offers endless possibilities to explore unique wildlife and natural surroundings (by bike, beach or water), as well as a vast mix of activities especially tailored for specific age groups. Young guests can enjoy the resort's swimming pools (under parental supervision), as well as complimentary watersports (including sailing, snorkeling and kayaking), and Jumby Bay's famed Hawksbill Turtle Program for Kids. The children's pavilion is Jumby Bay's headquarters for fun, games and discovery. The dedicated program for 3 to 11-year-olds provides a host of opportunities for outdoor excitement and creative expression, including Little Chefs, Wildlife and Ocean Adventures, Discover Science, Pirates of the Caribbean, Dance and Sing, and Day at the Beach.

The Camp Jumby offers a unique opportunity for children to take an active part in the island's conservation efforts. Under the direction of specialist researchers, young guests can experience a turtle nesting on Pasture Bay Beach, and participate in the release of hatchlings into the sea. They can also "adopt" one of these endangered turtles and track its progress through the summer nesting season. Kids will receive an adoption certificate along with regular updates on their turtle's progress posted on Jumby Bay's Facebook page. While at the resort, they can learn more through interactive presentations, quizzes, arts, crafts and games that bring the hawksbill program to life. 

The next generation of spa-goers can discover the joys of rest and relaxation with the new Spa Menu. The open-air spa, located steps from the beach, welcomes guests ages 4 -16 with treatments including Beach Bliss Mani and Pedi, Mini Massage, Mini Facial, and Chillax (aromatherapy with cool cucumbers and a hand and foot massage). Braiding and hair wraps are also available.

Jumby Bay's lineup of teen and youth activities is especially geared for more advanced discovery and experiences, where guests aged 12-17 can come together with others their own age — whether it's for mixed volleyball on the beach or a mocktail mixology class. Every day, the resort offers a fun-packed lineup of diversions including paddleboard and water ski lessons; kayak discovery tours; tennis clinics; nighttime constellation explorations; and seasonal turtle walks with the resort's turtle team. 

Jumby Bay offers personal nanny services for parents who may want a little downtime of their own. The service provides adult guests the freedom to enjoy activities such as massage, yoga, tennis, or a dinner for two while comfortably assured that their children are under the experienced care of one of the resort's nannies. To meet your family's requirements, 24-hour notice is recommended.

The following amenities are available for use during your stay:
- Portable crib
- Erbaviva organic skincare products
- En-suite wireless baby monitors
- Full-size crib and linens
- In-room baby proofing service
- Child-sized bath robes and slippers
- Changing table, diaper pail, baby bath tub and/or non-slip mat, bed rails & in-room bottle warmers

A hat, sunscreen, insect repellant and water are recommended for children spending the day in the sun.

Children's menus are offered at all restaurants and for in-room dining.

Enjoy Jumby Bay's two crystal clear swimming pools or the spectacular beaches that surround the resort. Watersports available for your complimentary enjoyment include sailing, snorkeling, sailboarding and kayaking. You may also enjoy cycling around the property or a game of croquet on the lawn. During select times of the year, Jumby Bay offers a turtle hatching expedition for the whole family.


The Estate House:

The Estate House is the top fine-dining destination in the Caribbean, combining classic fare with modern island flavors, drawing on the culinary traditions of the West Indies.  Signature dishes include Monkfish and black trumpet casserole with crispy jasmine rice pancake; Spiny lobster with Armagnac flambé, tomato, saffron pearl, and sea urchin; and Black sea bass with potato confit.  For dessert, sweet indulgences include Rum Baba with berry compote and preserved citrus and Baked Alaska with rum flambé and Antiguan black pineapple.

The circa 1830 plantation house, once the centerpiece of the island’s sugar plantation, reopened in November 2016 following a one-year, six-million-dollar restoration. The new Estate House includes a main restaurant and the 1830 Bar with three new private dining rooms as well as a wine room all inspired by the home's rich history and island traditions.

Richly combining the impressions of a traditional colonial home with a contemporary perspective, The Estate House’s redesign, led by acclaimed designer Dennis Irvine, represents a modern interpretation of the Colonial spirit. Retaining historical elements of the original structure, the redesign pays homage to The Estate House’s roots in empire-era glamour with subtle nods to the island’s history and traditions throughout. A two-story, vaulted ceiling provides a dramatic entryway to the bar, while an airy courtyard, connecting the main restaurant, three private dining rooms, and the Wine Room, serve as an idyllic outdoor lounge space to savor pre or post dinner drinks amongst tropical plants and a fountain made by a local artist. Curated local artwork depicting local Antiguan life, flora, and fauna, and vintage maps adorn the walls, while sophisticated tableware and accessories offer a refined dining experience. Inspired by the island’s verdant landscape, a color palette of rich greens have been employed, and hand-crafted furnishings in ebony, teak, rattan, and wicker will emulate the style of past travelers and explorers. Sweeping terraces will offer unparalleled views of the island landscape.

The Verandah:

With panoramic Caribbean views, the open-air seafront restaurant is high on refined culinary experiences and low on pretensions. Both breakfast and lunch include tapas style offerings and an à la carte menu based on fresh seasonal selections. Dinner is a relaxed brasserie-under-the-stars setting, where guests can indulge in signature international dishes (from paella to chicken tikka masala), as well as locally caught seafood specialties and select prime steaks.

The Pool Grille:

With its spectacular beachside setting, skirting the oceanfront infinity pool that overlooks the Caribbean Sea, the Pool Grille is perfect for those who can’t bear to leave the water’s edge.

Serving casual bistro fare for lunch (salads, sandwiches, grilled seafood specialties), in addition to house snacks and refreshing cocktails, smoothies and fresh fruit juices throughout the day, sunbathers can choose to dine under the shaded canopy or order from their lounger.



The resort's is a haven of serenity by the sea. Worlds away from the maddening crowds of the Caribbean, yet firmly rooted in Antigua's local culture and natural environment, Sense reflects the open-air architectural grace of Jumby Bay. Gentle sea breezes play in its vaulted ceilings and stone entryways, inspired by the island's own sugar mill ruin, and carry the scent of tropical gardens that wind their way through the sanctuary. 

Five personal spa suites, including a special duet suite, feature luxurious linens, individual showers and personal relaxation terraces with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. Treatments integrate native ingredients grown in Jumby Bay’s own gardens, and include bamboo massage, exfoliation and facials in addition to manicures, pedicures and hair salon services. Among the most treasured treatment highlights are the handmade hammocks — where guests float "mid-air," as massage therapists attend to pressure points in the head, back, hands and feet, releasing tension from the body.


Kitted with the latest in strength and cardiovascular equipment, the gym offers treadmills, isometric machines, stationary bicycles and an array of weight training units.

For guests who want to push their fitness goals to the next level, Jumby Bay can design a bespoke personal training program that is implemented by the resort's qualified trainers.

Programs may include:
Beach Bootcamp
Weight Training
Aqua Fitness


The pools at Jumby Bay comprise of two exquisitely conceived oases designed for maximum enjoyment and relaxation.

The Verandah Pool is the perfect place for guests to indulge in a day of cool and carefree bliss. Suitable for families with children, this 82-foot (25-meter) pool has four lap lanes and is surrounded by tropical gardens with comfortable loungers. Poolside food and drink service is offered, alongside aqua fitness classes and poolside reflexology.

Set at the far end of Jumby Bay Beach, the Infinity Pool skirts the resort's new casual-dining restaurant, the Pool Grille. With its infinity edge, this lagoon-shaped pool gives the illusion of blending seamlessly into the Caribbean Sea. Designated a "quiet pool," the setting's dreamy stillness is ideal for uninterrupted sunbathing and relaxation. Enjoy the Pool Grille's full lunch menu, beverages and complimentary light snacks, served poolside.


For guests in pursuit of a more active retreat, ICE NYC offers professional CrossFit wellness programs with the elite trainers of Manhattan-based ICE NYC. In addition to the current wellness offerings of traditional weight training, yoga, and recuperative spa treatments, guests will have yet another option for a holistic wellness escape in paradise.

ICE NYC offers an upscale training experience with intuitive instruction that accommodates all levels of athleticism, through Yoga, HIIT, and CrossFit training.  The resort is pleased to partner with ICE NYC in delivering CrossFit training to the guests of Jumby Bay Island during special week-long training retreats.

Guests will enjoy the energizing training opportunities and wellness discussions that will take place in the bright spaces on Jumby Bay Island. From warm-ups on the dock, to a "Workout-of-the-day" on the beach, to discussions on nutrition options in the Verandah display kitchen, guests will have access to a wealth of wellness knowledge, and training that is functional, intuitive, and easy to take home.


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