Catering for couples only, the Keyonna Beach Resort Hotel straddles Turners Beach one of the finest stretches of golden sand in Antigua. Occupying a sunset grabbing spot over looking the Caribbean this quiet and sophisticated hotel is perhaps paradise on earth for those seeking the ultimate in privately intimate surroundings.
No children, no loud music, no TV’s in the rooms and certainly no distractions on the beach. The lack of water sports or touts trying to get one paragliding is just another reason why this couples only resort s attracting the attention it does.
The hotels owner, Andrew Michelin is the same mastermind that launched the high end Hermitage Bay and Cocos Resorts on Antigua and here at Keyonna Beach he demonstrates he has lost his touch for getting the market right and staying abreast of the trend.
Couples only concept
The couples only concept is a trend that is catching on with young and old alike. The silver haired traveler keen on escaping the cold of Europe’s winter, secure in the knowledge that their grown up children are coping well at home, mix easily with the bright young things on honeymoon or romantic get aways before they begin to have children.
Andrew Michelin is bang on trend with another of his key marketing strategies. Keyonna Beach is an all inclusive resort meaning what you see on the invoice is all you are asked to pay. Meals and alcohol are all included and the hotel is generous in its approach to both. There are no half measures. If you would like to have your in room minibar stocked with spirits, mixers, wines and beers then that is what you get. No questions asked. No one seems to abuse the system and that is down to the profile of the client most likely to want the seclusion and intimate privacy offers by the resorts couples only policy.