My husband and I booked a five day stay at Jumby Bay and it was one of our favorite luxury Caribbean vacations. We can't thank everyone there enough for the truly wonderful experience we had. Jumby Bay had arranged for our transfers and we were delighted to fly in to a beautiful airport in Antigua and have a VIP whisk us through Customs and then to our transport to the island. The staff at Jumby Bay are incredibly welcoming and just wonderful. Island has about 40 private estates and around 30 rooms, so it is really intimate and private, and tends to a more upscale clientele. There is nothing to do but beach, eat, drink, water sports. If you want to relax, this is the place. The setting is to die for and we loved riding bikes everywhere. The service was top notch. I barely had to ask for anything, someone was there and checking in on us. We travel a lot and usually beach service stinks- someone comes by your hut once a day, you won't even have to think and someone arrives. Aside from the Estate House, it doesn't look like any updates have been made in a long time. The Pool area and the rooms are a wee bit dated. We loved our patio overlooking the ocean, but there was no cross breeze or ceiling fan so it made sitting out there unbearable between the heat and bugs. Some of the food was sub par, considering most of the food was great. If I were to complain, I would say that there needed to be fresher elements to the menu (for example, we ordered a panzanella salad and the vegetables were stewed, the croutons were stale, when I think panzanella I think fresh tomatoes, basil, crunchy croutons/grilled bread. I also had a couple of items that were overcooked or just not the freshest at the fine dining option. The spa also a bit dated and ridiculously expensive. Our massages were fantastic, but I almost choked when I was handed the bill. By far, the most expensive spa I have been to in my life. Eventhough still a wonderful place and we look forward to returning.