Jamaica's Rose Hall Resort Completes $40 Million Makeover

The Rose Hall Resort and Country Club in Montego Bay, Jamaica, has completed its $40 million renovation. Upgrades to the resort include full refurbishments of all 488 guestrooms, remodeled meeting space and restaurant and a brand new Soothe Spa.

"We wanted to create a very stylish and contemporary design, yet still maintain the true spirit of Jamaica," said General Manager Dermot Connolly. "The resort's new look is a clean, fresh approach that is completely different from anything else on the island. Rose Hall will continue to appeal to travelers looking for a relaxed beach getaway, but also provide a certain sense of sophisticated and modernized luxury—something more and more of our guests have begun to expect."

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