Round Hill Hotels & Villas Renovates Property

Round Hill Hotel and Villas
Courtesy of Round Hill Hotel and Villas

Round Hill Hotels & Villas in Jamaica is introducing new renovations on the property. These include:

Villa Renovations

Round Hill has recently unveiled the renovation of four villas, including Villa 5, Villa 6, Villa 18, and Villa 22A. The upgrades include the installation of new flooring throughout each villa, as well as bathroom and kitchen renovations featuring modern fixtures. The remodeling of several individual suites and new tropical landscaping are also included.

Lobby Garden

The main hotel lobby garden has been redesigned with updated landscaping, as well as a stone pathway, designed to add the feeling of a tropical-oasis for arriving guests.


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New Tennis Courts

The resort has also renovated three (of the five) tennis courts, featuring three new Har-Tru green clay courts.

Wright Life Eatery at the Round Hill Spa

New at Round Hill this winter season is the Wright Life Eatery with lunch offerings at the Round Hill Spa. Round Hill Hotels & Villas says Wright Life is the only live food eatery in Jamaica. The dishes (food and juices) are prepared with organic fruits and vegetables, no sugar, no preservatives. Guests may have a protein shake with plant or hemp protein after their work out, or have a ginger shot to give that extra push. Or have a pizza or burger made from nuts and seeds.

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