Staying at Round Hill was an unforgettable experience. I loved the quiet elegance of the hotel along with its friendly staff. It’s a destination I highly recommend!
Here are some of the highlights you need to experience when you go…
Start off one of your days with yoga. My husband was a complete beginner but the instructor Donovan was patient and charmingly funny while he helped him. Also the open-air pavilion makes for an unforgeable experience with the breeze coming off the ocean.
Tea time is at 4:00 everyday and it’s complimentary to all guests. The scones were delicious and the tea was so wonderful that we actually ordered a few boxes as soon as we got home.
My favorite area on the property was the spa — it’s a restored 18th century plantation house on 10 acres of beach front property. I recommend the beach front massage. Getting a massage in the sun while you listen to the waves breaking was heavenly… and they finish it off with a refreshing Red Stripe.
When it comes to dinner you might be tempted to venture out and discover some of the other famous places on the island. Just make sure you don’t miss out on the hotel’s Curry Night and Jamaica Night. The Jamaican dinner was by far my favorite evening and a great way to try out some of the country’s delicious cuisine. It also includes traditional music, dancing, and fire breathing performances.
Have children? A villa is the way to go. They are a great idea for all families large or small. When the kids are finished playing in your villa’s private pool, the Round Hill also has two Kids Houses and plenty of water sports to keep them entertained. Most importantly, the staff is excellent with children.
For more details about the hotel and my trip see these posts /// Arriving at Round Hill, The Pineapple House, Ralph Lauren rooms, the Villas, the Pool.
Click here to book your stay at Round Hill, and feel free to reach out to me if you’re planning a trip!
I was compensated for my stay, opinions are my own.