|By Marketwired .||
|October 19, 2016 05:26 PM EDT|
TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - October 19, 2016) - All multi-million dollar resort construction projects are continuing to pace ahead of schedule for Royalton Luxury Resorts. As the first of this season's new openings, Royalton Blue Waters has begun to welcome guests who are sure to enjoy its modern layout and luxurious feel. Royalton Negril, Royalton Saint Lucia and their respective adults-only Hideaway resorts will be ready well in advance of their original opening date.
In beautiful Montego Bay, the last thoughtful touches for already-present guests are being put into place. All-in Luxury® extras including handcrafted DreamBeds™, exclusive luxury swim out suites, and the only Royalton lazy river are being enjoyed. With a grand sense of arrival, the lobby brings guests views of the ocean from the Front Desk, where they are checking in to their next-level luxury experience.
Continuing the momentum felt from seeing the end of construction in Montego Bay, Royalton Luxury Resorts in Negril and Saint Lucia have entered into the last stages of development. At Royalton Saint Lucia, unique features are being finalized such as Calypso, a gourmet West Indies restaurant offering the most-enjoyed dishes from the Caribbean. In a destination typically known for romance, Royalton Saint Lucia brings an opportunity for the whole family to enjoy, with a large splash pad, culinary options for children (including all-inclusive food trucks) and supervised clubs for kids and teens. Those who indeed seek romance are sure to find it at the 18-plus hotel, Hideaway. Hideaway at Royalton Saint Lucia offers exclusive waterfront views and private areas for those who are looking a more privileged vacation experience and time to reconnect. Both Royalton Saint Lucia and Hideaway at Royalton Saint Lucia occupy a private cove surrounded by lush greenery in the upscale neighbourhood of Cap Estate.
The coastline of Negril is home to some of the best beaches in the world and this is where Royalton Negril is taking shape, with its own set of unique features found throughout three distinct sections: the resort, a Diamond Club™ area and Hideaway at Royalton Negril for adults. New to Hideaway at Royalton Negril, Ocean Point Bistro will offer adult guests truly gourmet French cuisine with an island twist with dishes like its Caribbean Lobster Bisque, prepared with a splash of Jamaican dark rum. For groups, families or those who seek a more presidential vacation experience, the Diamond Club™ Chairman's Building offers priceless views of the electric blue water this region is known for. The Diamond Club™ accommodations found here are available in a variety of sizes, including an industry-leading four bedroom ocean front suite.
To book your next luxury all-inclusive vacation visit www.royaltonresorts.com or contact your travel agent.
About Royalton Luxury Resorts
Epitomizing modern elegance, award winning Royalton Luxury Resorts offer All-In Luxury® vacations in some of the world's most popular tropical destinations, including Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Cuba. Boasting an array of world-class all inclusive features including the premium, handcrafted DreamBed™, unlimited reservation-free luxury dining, All-In Connectivity™ with complimentary Wi-Fi and in-room long distance calling, a Sports Event Guarantee™, and more. Many of the resorts cater equally to families and couples alike, with industry-leading supervised kids and teen activities offered at no additional cost combined with family-friendly accommodation and dining options. Royalton Luxury Resorts will expand its offering of upscale and elegant vacation experiences with the addition of five new resorts, Royalton Blue Waters which opened on October 15
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