Jamaica’s Intimate All-inclusive Resort

Let the sea breezes and the calming sounds of a lush, tropical forest lull you into a state of serenity at Sunset at the Palms. While providing all the amenities of an all-inclusive resort, the size of it (at 85 rooms for a maximum of 170 guests) will leave you feeling pampered within this quiet and serene backdrop. Adjacent to Jamaica’s largest and best-preserved wetlands, the most common sounds are frogs and birds.

Their accommodations only enhance this immersive experience with luxurious tree houses made from local wood with king-size beds, stocked mini-fridges and private balconies. These tree-top suites offer two floors with two outdoor spaces – one has a hammock.

They have a pool with a swim-up bar, an open-air spa, tennis courts and exceptional dining. There’s an outdoor buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If buffets aren’t your thing, they have the elegant Lotus Leaf for a multi-course Caribbean-fusion-feast. There’s also the Chef’s Showcase where the chef presents 4 courses of locally sourced and inspired dishes – all under the stars.

Besides the great location of a garden setting, their private beach club allows you to stroll Jamaica’s beautiful, undisturbed white-sand beaches. If that’s too sedate, they also offer water sports, free Wi-Fi service, tennis, live music nightly and weekly guest cocktail parties. For those needing more pampering, they also have an on-site SPA.

Rediscover the all-inclusive thing at Sunset at the Palms. Call us today to feel pampered at this hidden gem with an intimate ambience and it’s warm and gracious staff.

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