The island definitely hosts a divine variety of luxury casinos that you can enjoy in the bigger all-inclusive hotels
It’s easy to be intimidated when going on holiday. With so many great resorts to choose from, sometimes making the choice can be difficult. Travelers may be afraid of packed integrated resorts, not enough variety as stated in the brochures or perhaps faced with buffet food that really wasn’t worth the dough doled out. We decided to check out some where great in the Caribbean that would make for prime holiday destinations.
We found that for such a small island, Jamaica was pretty good up there on the rating list. Furthermore under Jamaican gambling laws, you may also find some great casinos that are a part of the real deal, just like in Macau. However, regarding online gambling, the Jamaica Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Commission issues licenses that serve overseas customers only.
Get swept away to paradise
Couples Swept Away in Negril, attracts travelers with its many facilities. There are special ‘intimate’ swimming pools, white sandy beaches, sky-blue water, and cafes to linger in outdoors. The resort is for adults only. Honeymooners love going there, because of the romantic ambiance. There are also many activities to fill your day. You will definitely be swept away too by the wide array of sport activities. offered too.
For, in the heart of the resort there is a fitness complex covering 10 acre. So one can bet on sports in Jamaica‘s paradisaical resort to get or keep you fit as there are so many: kayaking, snorkeling, diving, windsurfing, to choose from. And don’t worry if you don’t want to sweat, no hassle, there are a wide variety of all-inclusive packages to choose from before you even get there. The hotel has 312 suites, each with a balcony or a verandah. The sea is just a couple of minutes away by foot.
Xayamaca – land of wood and water
The next Couples Tower Island is another good haven. As the name implies, it’s just for couples. The resort was recently renovated for a whopping USD 40 million. The amenities offered are updated and luxurious. Nudists are invited to access a small island that tolerates. The beachfront property resort covers 19 acres. There are 226 rooms and chic suites, 3 pools, 4 bars, 6 restaurants and a high-end spa. Rooms include king-size beds with adjacent balconies, some with pools where you can skinny dip. You are also literally a walk away from the beach plus perks like a catamaran cruise
The all-inclusive rates include all meals, most group activities, such as non-motorized water sports and scuba diving, golf, a glass-bottom boat tour, pool access, trips to the private island, and complementary excursions to Dunn’s River Falls, which happens to be one of Jamaica’s national treasures. It’s one of the places where the name for Jamaica “Xayamaca” – land of wood and water” given by the first Indians, is most true. This retro-modern resort is located in Ocho Rios, St. Ann which was Jamaica’s first in the Parish, renowned for tourism.
Ritz-Carlton converted to Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall
Another more exotic hotel is located in Negril, in the North West of the Island. The Caves, in Negril invites guests to dine in a candlelit one too. Chill out in the Aveda spa or at the edge of a cliff in a tub. Stay at the Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall in Montego Bay, the second capital of Jamaica. This hotel which was formerly known as Ritz-Carlton features a private beach, 2 outdoor pools, a spa and a luxury casino at your disposal. It comes with a VIP airport lounge, as the 2nd largest airport in Jamaica is found 10 kilometers away. There are also 2 golf courses nearby. Enjoy a catamaran cruise r you can mosey on over to the sister resort Hyatt Zilara, next door.
Family-friendly hotel offers everything for kids and parents alike
If you have a family and want a memorable vacation with your kids then book a holiday at Beaches Negril. This family friendly hotel has everything you may want with a 7-mile long water park, suites with a butler at your disposal and the famous Red Lane spa. The Iberostar Rose Hall Suites also located in Montego Bay, St. James is another hotel suited for families. There are 319 rooms and comes with a kids’ club, water park, and large ocean-view swimming pool.
The Sunset at the Palms Negril with a pristine beach just across the way features 85 treehouse-style suites set surrounded by lush vegetation. This low-keyed inexpensive hotel has just the right ambiance for lovers and solos seeking serenity to enjoy mobile betting and a chat with the locals as you drink a cool coconut water. So see, “no problem mon” as they say in Jamaica.