Jumby Bay, A Rosewood Resort, the private island resort located off the coast of Antigua, recently reopened The Estate House, its signature bar and restaurant, following a $6 million restoration and also launched a partnership with ICE NYC, the Manhattan-based boutique fitness studio to offer CrossFit classes on-property.
The New Estate House
The hotel recently reopened The Estate House, its signature bar and restaurant, following a year-long, $6 million restoration.
The circa 1830 structure, the oldest building on Jumby Bay Island, has been returned to its former grandeur with a design scheme that combines the impressions of a traditional colonial home with a contemporary perspective, new menus, a rum collection and new private dining rooms, each featuring different menus inspired by regions of the West Indies and the Caribbean.
The reimagined Estate House also features curated local artwork depicting local Antiguan life and waitstaff uniforms designed by acclaimed designer Emilia Wickstead. Already renowned as one of Antigua’s most sought after dining destinations, the reimagined Estate House promises to emerge as the Caribbean’s ultimate social club for gourmet fare, sophisticated mixology, and mingling from day to night.
Partnership With ICE NYC
Through an exclusive partnership with ICE NYC, the Manhattan-based CrossFit, HIIT, and yoga studio, the resort is offering guests a new CrossFit program.
The program launched over the holidays with daily CrossFit classes taught by 2016 CrossFit Games athletes Ian Berger and Amy Dracup.
As ICE NYC’s third location, the program will continue with additional sessions in 2017, led by ICE NYC’s top trainers.