SUNSET AT THE PALMS IN NEGRIL, JAMAICA
SUNSET AT THE PALMS
Adults Only, All-Inclusive
This trendy, chic resort has just 85 Balinese décor “treehouse style” guestrooms and suites featuring new amenities and lush gardens just steps away from the five acre beachfront, with two miles of white, sandy beach. This is one of the most blissful beaches in Negril, Jamaica.
This resort has captured the attention of Architectural Digest, and has won the Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, as well as has been named one of the most romantic resorts in the Caribbean.
Interested in learning some new cuisine tricks, take part in their island cooking class every Wednesday at 3:00 p.m., or learn from the pros at their mixology class every Thursday at 2:00 p.m.
Stay cool in your treehouse style air-conditioned guestroom complete with a private balcony with daybed included.
All of your meals are included at any one of three restaurants.
Enjoy refreshing beverages at any of the three bars or swim-up bar.
For water lovers, utilize the non-motorized sports equipment such as kayaks, water beetle rides, windsurfing and snorkeling.
Want to keep those pounds off, tone up in the air-conditioned gym featuring Cybex equipment.
Tune up your tennis game on the hard-surface court.
Delight in Jamaica’s flora and fauna on a nature walk with “Shorty” the resort’s gardener.
Enjoy evening entertainment including live reggae music several evenings each week.
Stay in touch with Cybersurf in the computer lab with free internet access.
Raise a glass at the weekly cocktail party hosted by the resort managers and staff.
And of course, wander around “without” your wallet, as the all-inclusive fee covers taxes and tips
Palm Grove Restaurant – An open-air dining pavilion serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, with acclaimed buffets of Caribbean and international cuisine. You can expect special themed buffets day and night featuring fruits and vegetables grown on the resort’s property.
Palm-Breeze Bar and Grill – Enjoy great sandwiches and grilled favorites such as Jamaican jerk specialties.
In-room dining – Select from the room service menu available 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. (additional charge).
Chef’s Showcase – Dinner reservations are required, and this wonderful showcase is available every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. This dinner showcases the talents of all of their chefs and of the Jamaican cuisine. This will take your taste buds to a new level with authentic local cuisine utilizing produce from their own garden with a Mediterranean twist.
ACCOMMODATIONS: (Two types of guestrooms)
Treetop Deluxe: These spacious and airy guest rooms are situated among the resort’s tropical gardens. They have Balinese décor, and French doors that open out onto a private wood verandah with a daybed, and a two-chair teak dining set.
Treetop One-Bedroom Suite: These are two-story, split-level suites with two full baths, and an upstairs master bedroom. There is a sunken salon with a sofa sleeper. These suites feature two private, wood verandahs with a relaxing daybed, and a sitting area below.
All accommodations come with the following amenities:
King-size platform bed or two double beds
Complimentary bedroom slippers
Mini-bar refrigerator replenished daily with local beer, soft drinks and water
Nightstands with reading lamps
Telephone with voice mail
Iron and ironing board
In-room safe with lock and key
Slate tile baths with chrome fixtures
Showers with four body jets and two showerheads
The easiest way to get to Sunset at the Palms is to fly into Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay, Jamaica. From that point it is approximately an hour or 90 minute drive from the airport to the resort located in Negril.
For more information email moc.l1512957698evart1512957698yrova1512957698sdnat1512957698eews@1512957698nerak1512957698 or call 903-686-0134