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Royalton Negril, Hideaway at Royalton Negril Open Doors

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 5, 2017

There’s a pair of new places to stay in Negril.

Blue Diamond Resorts has officially opened its new Royalton Negril and Hideaway at Royalton Negril resorts in Jamaica.

The complex includes Royalton Negril, which is family-friendly, and Hideaway at Royalton Negril, which is an adults only resort.

Royalton Negril has a total of 407 suites, while Hideaway at Royalton Negril will include 166 suites. (Each Hideaway suite comes with butler service).

The complex also includes a special “Diamond Club Chairman’s Building” for a “more elite vacation experience,” according to the company.

Features include 11 oceanfront buildings, each with swim-out suites, a choice of pools, a splash park and eight luxury restaurants.

The steakhouse at Royalton.

“The hallmark of Royalton Luxury Resorts has always been to bring award winning first-class resorts to the world’s most breathtaking vacation settings,” said Jordi Pelfort, Managing Director of Blue Diamond Resorts. “We are very pleased to announce that we have accomplished that with these brand new modern luxury resorts on the breathtaking white sand shores of Negril, Jamaica.”

The resorts become the third and fourth Jamaican resorts for the brand, following the Royalton White Sands and Royalton Blue Waters properties.

“Jamaica has been very welcoming to Royalton and we’ve enjoyed tremendous success with the Royalton White Sands and the newly opened Royalton Blue Waters,” said Courtney Miller, General Manager, Royalton Negril and Hideaway at Royalton Negril. “We are confident that our highly anticipated Negril resorts will set a new standard of luxury for both international travelers and Jamaican visitors to the area.”

To book a stay at Royalton Negril click here.

To book a stay at Hideaway at Royalton Negril click here.

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