New All-Inclusive in Jamaica to Open in November

royalton blue watersOn November 1, Royalton Luxury Resorts’ new all-inclusive resort, Royalton Blue Waters, opens on the shores of White Bay near Montego Bay, Jamaica

The 228-room hotel offering luxury for all ages is celebrating its launch with a pre-opening sale: 59 percent off plus $400 in resort credits on stays from November 1 through December 22. Rates start at just $183 per person, per night, with a three-night minimum.

As a bonus, all guests of the brand new Royalton Blue Waters will receive full access to facilities at the neighboring Royalton White Sands.

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All of the rooms and suites at the new resort will be outfitted with signature Royalton amenities including "DreamBeds," high thread count sheets, double-headed rain showers and soaker tubs, plus a choice of balconies with ocean views or private swim out pools.  

Modern features like "All-in Connectivity" include free unlimited long distance calls to North America and parts of Europe in addition to complimentary resort-wide Wi-Fi for all devices. 

Guests can also upgrade to Royalton Blue Waters’ Diamond Club, which grants guests access to an exclusive lounge with premium drinks and canapes, exclusive a la carte restaurants and bar areas, a private beach area with waiter service, and rooms boasting dedicated butler service, a selection of in-suite liquors, upgraded room service options and a special pillow menu.

Visit www.royaltonresorts.com

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