The Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa is located beachfront on the breathtaking blue water of the northern Jamaica coast. This brand new resort features modern design and luxurious facilities that are in perfect harmony with the spectacular, natural surroundings of this remarkable country, noted for it's people, reggae music, beautiful beaches and mountains, and hospitality.
Jamaica is the third largest Caribbean island and has a very diverse history. This small island has played host to the Amerindians who discovered it, to Europeans who fought to own it, to Africans forced to call it home, and to Asians, Indians and Middle Easterners searching for a better life. Each group carried with it a story and tradition, coming together in Jamaica's melting pot. The beaches of Jamaica, featuring the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean, are said to be so beautiful that even the locals cannot get enough of the sand and surf. And the Blue Mountains, home to hundreds of unique species of flora and fauna, plus some of the most fertile land for growing coffee beans, just adds to the beauty and mystique of the island.
At the Grand Palladium Jamaica, you get the absolute best the country has to offer. The facilities you find at any Palladium property make for an unforgettable experience, and Jamaica is no different. The all-inclusive resort features 13 restaurants and 3 buffets and 13 bars located throughout the property. The resort also features the largest pool in Jamaica and a first class spa and fitness center. The resort also has its own casino and shopping center.
If that is not enough for you, The Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa also offers daily activities for all ages. Surf-side activities at the resort include kayaks, snorkeling, catamarans, windsurfing, and paddle boats. The world renowned "Johnny Walker Championship Golf Course" is available to guests, as is a whole bunch of other activities including aerobics, ping-pong, darts, water polo, miniature golf, tennis, basketball, volleyball, and more. And for the night owl, the Boogie Woogie night club has shows and live music to keep the fun going after the sun goes down.
If you do decide to venture off the resort grounds, Jamaica has some very famous beaches. James Bond Beach in Ocho Rios is name for Bond author Ian Flemming, who called the area of Jamaica his home. Port Antnio's Blue Lagoon beach was made famous by the movie of the same name. And up in the highlands of the Blue Mountains, you will find the home Blue Mountain Coffee, with a small gift shop for t-shirts, mugs, and of course, coffee.
If your idea of a perfect vacation is sipping great local coffee while listing to local reggae music on one of the world's most beautiful beaches, then the Grand Palladium Resort and Spa is the place for you to be.