Antigua Hotel Undergoing $100 Million Renovation

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is nearly finished with a $100 million renovation of its Jumby Bay property in Antigua.

The resort's very first spa, Sense, A Rosewood Spa, will welcome guests with an oceanfront view, six treatment rooms, and signature treatments incorporating indigenous natural ingredients. A bistro-style restaurant will be added with views of the newly-added infinity pool and ocean views of the Caribbean Sea.

Guest rooms have also been enhanced, and the property will also have 16 new private villas designed by Miami-based firm, IDC. Jumby Bay will also premier newly constructed Estate Homes valued at $18 million. Five of the new homes on the property are now for sale.

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