All-Inclusive Montego Bay Resort with Sprawling Infinity Pool and Specialty Restaurants
All trips include:
- Round-trip airfare
- 6 or 7 nights in an ocean-view room at Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Hotel
- Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- Unlimited beverages including international and domestic cocktails, beers, and soft drinks
- Non-motorized water sports
- Daily organized activities
- Supervised children's programs
- Access to spa and fitness center
- Nightly entertainment
- Hotel taxes and gratuities
Situated on Montego Bay’s northern coast, Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Hotel overlooks a swath of powdery Caribbean beachfront. You can go kayaking, snorkeling, and sailing as part of this all-inclusive package, or join an aerobics class in the ocean. Most of the action, however, centers on the resort’s massive infinity-edge pool. It offers panoramic ocean views and is surrounded by tropical landscaping on all sides. Guests gather at the swim-up bar for drinks that, according to reviews, are surprisingly strong.
Another highlight of the resort is the dining scene, which is anchored by three specialty restaurants. Samurai, a contemporary Japanese eatery, serves sushi, tempura, and teppanyaki-style meats. You can get grilled and barbecued steaks at Uncle Tony’s or spicy Cajun dishes at Jambalaya. The Robusto cigar bar is a nice place to unwind after a big meal.
Elsewhere, you can lounge in a hydrotherapy pool at the spa, get a scuba lesson at the certified diving center, or strike up a game of beach volleyball. A supervised kids' club keeps little ones busy with sandcastle contests, painting classes, and movies. Come nightfall, the resort hosts themed dance shows, and the casino invites guests to press their luck at digital gaming machines.
Montego Bay, Jamaica: Coastal City with Tropical Jungles and Vibrant Markets
Situated on Jamaica's northwest coast, Montego Bay draws vacationers year-round with its temperate climate, clear waters, and postcard-perfect beaches. Just a short ways inland, freshwater rivers such as the Martha Brae cut through expanses of jungle and forested mountains, making for scenic rafting.
Years ago, Montego Bay was a thriving banana and sugar exporter. You'll find remnants of the city's past at Sam Sharpe Square, where cobblestone streets stretch past grand Georgian architecture and a cast-iron fountain donated by a former banana baron. The city’s dynamic "Hip Strip" buzzes with duty-free boutiques and lively flea markets hawking brightly colored textiles, carved wooden sculptures, and natural healing oils.