Imagine soaking up the sun at The Ritz-Carlton, Rose Hall Resort in Jamaica, with a secluded beach, warm sand, gleaming waters and lush, green mountains as your backdrop. This Jamaica luxury hotel offers an idyllic escape. With 427 guestrooms and suites, each with a private balcony or terrace, five exceptional dining establishments, a championship golf course, and more, this Jamaica luxury resort awaits your arrival.
Why Choose The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica
Unwind to the rhythmic sounds of Reggae and treat your palate to authentic Caribbean flavors. Glide along rivers in the island’s lush interior or swim with horses in the ocean spray. Whether you want to laze in the sun or seek out adventure, The Ritz-Carlton in Montego Bay is an idyllic escape and Rose Hall Plantation is the jewel in its crown. Located on 5,000 picture-perfect acres in Jamaica’s exclusive Rose Hall, The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica is a Montego Bay resort offering 427 guest rooms and suites, each with a private balcony or terrace; 18-hole championship White Witch Golf Course; Five exceptional dining establishments and easy access to luxury shopping at The Shoppes at Rose Hall.
Accommodations at The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica
Surround yourself with the timeless elegance of The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica. Featuring hotel rooms and suites in hues reflective of the tropics, this resort combines old world charm and modern-day conveniences with generous living space. Relax in luxurious Jamaica suites swathed in a soft palette of cream, yellow, aubergine and plum and hues of muted green. Rediscover the traditional Ritz-Carlton detail and world-class service for which our Rose Hall resort is known for since opening.
Dining at The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica
Presenting cuisine that will inspire even the most discerning palates. Savor the selection of the many fine dining options available at The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica and prepare your senses for a culinary experience like no other. The unique dining experiences at this resort reflect a hotel that complements the history, ambience and heritage of Jamaica. Their restaurants’ cuisine combines traditional Ritz-Carlton flair with the flavors of the tropics, blended with the natural charm of Jamaican hospitality.
Activities at The Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica
When Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus first visited Montego Bay, Jamaica, in the late 1400s, he called it â€œGolfo de Buen Tiempoâ€, or fair weather gulf. The name Montego Bay was a derivation of the Spanish word Manteca, or lard, because during Spanish occupation, the port was used to ship lard, leather and beef. Montego Bay remained a Spanish colony until the mid 1600s, when Oliver Cromwell claimed it for the British, who used it as a sugar port well into the 20th Century. Despite threats from native Maroons from the interior and pirates from the sea, Montego Bay thrived and came into its own as a tourist spot. The wealthy flocked in droves to the famous Doctor’s Cave bathing beach. Jamaica’s appeal never seems to wane and today visitors come in search of sunshine, outdoor adventure or hoping to glimpse the notorious White Witch of Rose Hall. Whatever the draw, Montego Bay, Jamaica’s unsurpassed Caribbean hospitality keeps them returning again and again.
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Address: One Ritz-Carlton Drive, Rose Hall, St. James, Jamaica