Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® announced today that the secluded island of Barbuda will welcome its latest Caribbean escape.
Developed by Murbee Resorts, the ultra-luxury Rosewood Barbuda will feature 50 resort suites and 35 Rosewood Residences. Barbuda is known for its year-round warm weather, turquoise water, pink sand beaches, and authentic local culture.
Rosewood Barbuda will join Rosewood Baha Mar, Rosewood Little Dix Bay, and Rosewood Le Guanahani St. Barth.
“Rosewood Barbuda will effortlessly complement the existing natural wonders that have long made this intimate destination so captivating,” said Radha Arora, president of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. “It is an honor to work with all parties involved in the project to realize our shared vision of creating an ultra-luxury resort that exists in harmony with its surroundings, providing guests with an escape in the truest sense of the word.”
“Contributing to further developing the hospitality offer and economy of Antigua & Barbuda is an honor and a responsibility we are proud of,” said Kiril and Georgi Domuschiev, investors in Murbee Resorts. “Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has one of the highest standards of the industry and we are confident our future guests will enjoy the paradise beaches of Barbuda, and the irreproachable hotel service, as much as we do.”
Set on 85 secluded acres including 900 meters of pristine beachfront, Rosewood Barbuda will feature the brand’s integrative wellness concept, Asaya Spa® with a menu of treatments and experiential offerings that address Rosewood’s five pillars of wellness: emotional balance, fitness and nutrition, physical therapies, skin health, and community. In addition to the spa’s six treatment rooms, wellness seekers can also enjoy an expansive fitness center and two pools, including one dedicated to families.
The property will also feature three unique dining outlets including a farm-to-table restaurant, which will showcase the flavors of the island by making use of local produce.
Hon. Gaston Browne, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda said “This significant investment will greatly boost Barbuda’s local economy, providing employment and services for the island’s citizens. With sustainable development at the core of the hotel’s construction, the project will solidify Barbuda’s position as the destination of choice for the discerning traveler.”
Rosewood Barbuda is set to open in 2028.