Situated on beautiful Turner's Beach on the Southwestern coast of the Island, Keyonna Beach is a Couples Only, all-inclusive resort unlike any other. With sweeping views of the colourful Caribbean Sea, this intimate hotel offers low-key relaxation and blissful escapism.
From the moment you step into the open-air beachfront lounge you will feel yourself switch into relaxation mode. Seagrape trees prop up wooden beams and thatched roofs, bringing the outside in and the dark wood furniture is complemented by comfy white sofas, lush plants and decorative seashells.
The on-site beach-front restaurant is a multi-tiered, wooden terrace offering al fresco dining beneath a canopy of seaside grape trees. The menu is an eclectic mix of West Indian cuisine and fresh local seafood. A choice of vegetarian dishes is also available and special dietary requirements are accommodated on request. Service is a la carte for all meals and there are no buffets.
There are never any crowds on the long deserted, white sand beach, which is dotted with an assortment of cosy Bali Beds each offering a front row view of the beautiful seascape punctuated by the silhouettes of neighbouring tropical islands. The Bali beds are a perfectly unique way to nap, after a swim, in the arms of your partner or to simply relax together while sipping on the fabulous cocktails and rum punches and enjoying the view.
Spend your days lazing by the pool or ensconce yourself in one of the inviting Carib beach beds and let the rhythm of the waves lull you into a peaceful siesta. Relaxation is the key here but a number of excursions can be arranged locally, such as a rainforest canopy tour or snorkelling and diving at Cades Reef in search of barracuda, moray eels and reef sharks.
Dining is an elegant but casual affair and The Beach restaurant sits on a raised wooden deck framed with white drapes which provides an intimate setting for romantic dinners.
The beach-front restaurant is a multi-tiered, wooden terrace offering al-fresco dining beneath a canopy of seaside grape trees. The menu is an eclectic mix of West Indian cuisine and fresh local seafood. A choice of vegetarian dishes is also available and special dietary requirements are accommodated on request. Service is a la carte for all meals and there are no buffets.
Enjoy fresh and delicious dishes containing locally grown vegetables from nearby farmers' markets and fish freshly caught by local fishermen. Sample local specialties such as jerk chicken wraps and Antiguan conch fritters. Chill out at the small open-air bar where you can choose from a selection of wines, beers and cocktails.
A new initiative is the visiting chef programme. Seven UK chefs have visited and have shared their culinary expertise with the resort's team of chefs. Recent chefs who have visited, have worked in Michelin-star restaurants - Gordon Ramsay's Restaurant L' Aubergine and Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons to name but a couple.
The all-inclusive basis includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, premium brand liquors, a selection of wines an afternoon snack and a daily restock of your in-room mini fridge.
The generous-sized rooms and cottages are scattered along flower-lined pathways. They each feature air-conditioning, romantic four-poster beds and refreshing outdoor showers. There are no televisions or radios because the aim is to have you focus exclusively on each other and not be distracted by the monotonous humdrum of everyday life.
All cottages include king-size beds, spacious bathrooms, air conditioning, personalised in-room mini bars and free Wifi. Each cottage also includes a large private verandah with comfy deck chairs from which you can view the spectacular sunsets that paint the horizon each evening
|25 Rooms & Suites|
|1 Bars & Lounges|
|1 Swimming Pools|
|January||25° C||30 mm|
|February||25° C||20 mm|
|March||25° C||30 mm|
|April||26° C||30 mm|
|May||27° C||60 mm|
|June||28° C||70 mm|
|July||28° C||80 mm|
|August||28° C||80 mm|
|September||28° C||90 mm|
|October||27° C||110 mm|
|November||26° C||90 mm|
|December||25° C||50 mm|