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Escape to tranquil all-inclusive tree house-style enclave in Negril
The chic, all-inclusive and adults-only Sunset at the Palms Resort & Spa reflects the intimacy, tranquility and natural beauty of the Jamaican west coast. The trendy tree house-style guest rooms blend naturally into the tropical flora, a design praised by Architectural Digest. Guests frolic on the resort's five beachfront acres - two miles of white sand beach.
Relaxation is a featured activity at Sunset at the Palms Resort, the first Green Globe certified hotel in the Caribbean. The scenic, refreshing beach attracts sunbathers, kayakers and snorkelers, while others chill at a swim-up pool bar serving fruity cocktails. The Treatment Garden spa offers mesmerizing massages and facials. Meals are casual, as guests choose from scrumptious buffet and a la carte options. The perfectly situated Jacuzzi, pool and restaurant/bar area are ideal for guests of Sunset at the Palms. Visitors can relax at the chic cabanas, chaise lounges, beach huts and open-air massage areas.
"Tree house style" lodging praised by Architectural Digest
Short walk to stunning white sand beach
Buffet and a la carte dining with Jamaican specialties and Asian fusion
Beach bar, swim-up pool bar and martini bar
Complimentary property-wide high-speed Internet access
The 85 "tree house style" non-smoking rooms are situated in charming bungalows nestled within the Sunset at the Palms Resort & Spa's 10-acre tropical gardens. High ceilings, dark wood floors and Asian inspired furnishings create a romantic setting. Suites include platform beds with white linens, colorful throws and intimate verandas with daybeds, perfect for coffee at sunrise or a pre-dinner cocktail. Modern bathrooms and armoire with TV add a cosmopolitan touch to the back-to-nature vibe. Rollaway beds are available upon request.
Everything about the Sunset at the Palms Resort & Spa stimulates the senses -- and that includes food and drink. Between the lobby martini bar, beach bar and refreshing swim-up pool bar, guests are never far from tropical cocktails or a cold Red Stripe beer. The Palm Breeze Beach Bar & Grill serves jerk-grilled specialties and sandwiches. Enjoy open-air dining at the buffet-style Palm Grove, indulge in Asian-fusion cuisine at the romantic Lotus Leaf and savour authentic local cuisine at Chef's Table "In The Bush".
Water sports enthusiasts relish the surf along the two-mile long crescent beach, located across the street from the resort. Snorkeling is especially popular, as guests marvel at the colorful sea life surrounding Negril's caverns, arches and coral gardens. The Sunset at the Palms Resort & Spa offers equipment for kayaking, sailing and windsurfing.
Amenities on offer at Sunset at the Palms Resort include air-conditioned accommodations, all meals and beverages, Mimosa Hour before dinner service, mini bar stocked daily with bottled water, beer and soda, His and Hers robes for use during stay, nightly turn down service, premium bar offerings, non-motorized water sports, air-conditioned gym with cybex equipment, tennis court, daytime and evening activities, high speed Internet throughout the property, pool poolside hot tub, and private beach.
Montego Bay Airport (49 mi/78.8 km)
Kool Runnings Water Park (2.6 mi/4.2 km)
Complimentary high-speed Internet access
Policies and fees
All-inclusive includes accommodations, meals, drinks, on-site entertainment, non-motorized water sports, water park, taxes and tips. Additional fees for spa, optional excursions, airport transfers.
Complimentary tours and excursions include:
Discover Jamaica's flora and fauna on a nature walk with Shorty the resident gardener, duty free shopping at Time Square Plaza, Sunset on the cliffs at Xtabi
Snorkel and swim in the underwater caves or just enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Jamaica
Visit Rhodes Hall Plantation and experience a historical perspective and environmental knowledge, especially on Samuels Bay Marine Park
Take a stroll down the private beach with access to the facilities, or participate in additional attractions such as horseback riding and snorkeling for a small fee (10 AM- 2:30PM)
This is not a comprehensive list of fees. Any amounts listed above may not include taxes and are subject to change.
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Sunset at the Palms Resort and Spa All Inclusive Rooms
Tree Top Deluxe Room
Large and airy Tree Top Deluxe Rooms are set amidst the tropical gardens of the resort. High peaked bleached-wood ceilings are graced with a wood-paddle ceiling fan, and large wooden-louvered windows line the walls. Balinese decor of dark-wood flooring, canvas drapes, tapestry pillows, floor mats and bed throws complement the King-sized platform beds. All rooms feature individually controlled air conditioning, armoire with TV with U.S./European cable channels, desk and cushioned chair and direct-dial phones. The sleek, modern bathrooms feature slate tiles, chrome fixtures and glass enclosed showers with four body jets and two showerheads, slate bench with handheld showerhead, and a contemporary basin sink with chrome faucet set on the marble-and-wood counter. The private, weathered-wood veranda features a relaxing daybed and two-chair teak dining set.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Doctor on call
Lotus Leaf /A la Carte Restaurant
This a la carte restaurant serves delicious international cuisine - a fusion menu with an Asian flair. Open 6:30 pm-10pm.
Palm Breeze Beach Bar & Grill
Open daily from 10am - 6 pm
Spending a day at the beach? Delight in an array of simple pleasures - great sandwiches and grilled favourites including Jamaican Jerk specialities, plus a friendly bar staff serving ice-cold Red stripe beer, tropical rum drinks, fresh fruit juices, soft drinks and refreshing smoothies.
Palm Grove Restaurant
An open air dining pavilion for breakfast, lunch and dinner, featuring first-rate, buffet-style Caribbean and international cuisine. Enjoy a variety of themed-buffets accented by fruits and vegetables grown right on the resort's property.
Breakfast served 7-10 am,
Lunch served 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Dinner served 7-10 pm
Martini Lobby Bar
Sip martini made with Jamaican Appleton rum in new Martini Lobby Bar (6-11pm).
OPen daily from 10am-1am. Swin up and enjoy a refreshing cocktail, pull up a seat by the bar or lounge by the pool, all while enjoy an array of your favourite tropical concoctions, juices and an assortment of beverages.
In The Bush
Chefs Table In The Bush dinner 6:30pm-9pm The Executive Chef features authentic local cuisines. Open select evenings.
Coffee Bar daily 7am-10pm choose from an amazing array of freshly brewed coffee concoctions. Delight in a rich texture cappuccino, get your day started with a full flavored espresso or simply enjoy Jamaicas freshly brewed Blue Mountain Coffee; noted as one of the best in the world.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
Review of Sunset at the Palms Resort and Spa All Inclusive
Would not recommend
Still recoving from our trip.
May 8, 2009
A tremendous disappointment!
All four of us got a food-born bacterial infections and were in bed for days with high fever, chills and bad stomachs. The hotel initially tried to tell us that no one was sick and it was viral but by the time we left over 18 people were sick
including 3 wedding parties. We confirmed it was from bacteria at the hotel and people had been sick for days before we got it. By the time we left management still had not told the staff or been honest with guests so there was no way to control it. I read on a popular travel web site that recommended this hotel that over half the resort ultimately got sick. Also, the beach is closed and gated at 7 so we missed the best part of the sunsets, you need a crossing guard to get to the beach which is across a busy road from the hotel and the hobie and sailboats were all broken. The advertising for this property is misleading. We would not recommend going there unless you bring your own antibiotics!