At this time of year the hospitality industry typically unveils a full slate of Valentine’s Day packages and promotions, inspiring travelers to book trips during what has shaped up to be a very busy time for a romantic getaway. Though we’re pleased to report that Sunset at the Palms, a tree-house style resort in Negril, Jamaica, is a terrific place to spend Valentine’s Day, we also wanted to point out that romance blooms here all year round. To emphasize that point, this all-inclusive, adults-0nly boutique hotel is encouraging couples to celebrate their love – not just a holiday — by offering a special Romance at Sunset package that can be booked any time this year.
Couples who reserve the package get all the resort’s fabulous features plus some additional elements designed to encourage relaxation and romance. They’ll receive a fruit and chocolate welcome amenity, a 60-minute couples massage at the Ginger Lily Spa, a private romantic dinner served in one of the resort’s gardens, a chilled bottle of champagne served at a time of their choosing, and a souvenir photo. The package requires a five-night stay, and additional nights can be added. Airport transfers and hotel tax are not included, but everything else is part of the rate at this all-inclusive resort … from VIP arrival service at Montego Bay’s airport (which consists of fast-tracked service through Customs and Immigration and an exclusive guest lounge in which to wait for transfer to the resort) to all meals, drinks, private beach club and non-motorized water sports.
Pricing starts at just $2,610 per couple for a five-night stay between now and April 22, which is the resort’s high season, or $1,999 per couple for a five-night stay between April 23 and December 22. These special rates are available by booking online at www.ThePalmsJamaica.com or calling 1-877-734-3282.
Sunset at the Palms is unique in that it’s an all-inclusive resort that skips the concrete and stucco many others have in favor of a very natural environment. Guests stay in 85 elegantly appointed treehouse-style guest rooms that are nestled among 10 acres of lush greenery, so they’re surrounded at all times by the beauty of a tropical paradise. The resort features winding, foliage-lined pathways that lead to its restaurants and bars, spa and tennis courts. Guests regularly encounter birds and butterflies here, all adding to the serenity and sense of romance. And there’s truly no better place from which to witness Negril’s famed sunset than from the resort’s white-sand beach, considered by many to be the very best in Jamaica.
That beach is a popular wedding venue – especially at sunset – and can inspire even long-established couples to renew their vows while they’re on the island. Fortunately, the resort can help with all the details of a wedding, from flowers and cake to officiant and even a staff photographer. So just in case the Romance at Sunset package really works its magic, Sunset at the Palms is truly a one-stop shop. And that’s something to really love.
For more information about Sunset at the Palms, visit www.thepalmsjamaica.com.