Palace Resorts offer some of the best all-inclusive hotels in the Caribbean. Until 2015 they only had hotels in Mexico, but they bowed to demand and opened their first 5* luxury hotel in Jamaica last year!
Situated right at the water’s edge, with nothing in front of you only immaculate white sandy beaches and the blue waters of the Caribbean, the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande’s setting is perfect. This modern resort offers the highest standards in service and quality and has everything you need for a fun filled Caribbean holiday.
Like all Palace Resorts the all-inclusive arrangement is excellent and is available 24 hours a day. No need to check what drinks are included here, they all are, well maybe not 200 year old scotch but you get the idea! Johnnie Walker black label, Grey goose vodka and good quality wines, are all included, either in one of the five bars, or in your bedroom! The dining options are superb and Palace resorts are renowned for their high quality cuisine. You can choose any of the six restaurants which feature American, Mexican, Italian and Pan-Asian cuisine, and all are included in the price of your stay.
There are lots of activities included too, try sailing, snorkeling or test your surfing skills on their surf simulator. The icing on the cake is when you book seven nights at the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande you automatically get a whopping $1500 resort credit! How amazing is that! This can be used for spa treatments, motorised water sports or one of their tours. The hotel has their own dolphin habitat so why not use your resort credit for a dolphin swim? Click here for more details.
Fly from Dublin to Jamaica and enjoy a seven night all-inclusive stay from only €2,059 per person. For a limited time receive an additional $1500 resort credit! This price is based on departing the 25th of September, but Tropical Sky have amazing offers at the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande Resort throughout the winter and for Summer 2017.
Prices are correct at the time of issue but are subject to change. This post was sponsored by Tropical Sky but all views, as always, are my own 🙂