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Azul Beach Resort Sensatori Opens in Jamaica

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - July 10, 2017

Jamaica’s newest resort has opened its doors on Seven Mile Beach in Negril: the Azul Beach Resort Sensatori.

The new 149-room property is adjacent to the existing Azul Sensatori Jamaica, which has now merged create a 285-suite complex with nine restaurants along with nine bars and lounges.

All of the family-friendly property’s room types offer ocean views, and many are swim-up suites, led by the Ocean View Honeymoon Suite and a Presidential Suite with private butler service.

“We are excited to introduce Jamaica’s hottest resort to meet the demand of discerning guests,” said Armando Chomat, Executive Vice President of Premier Worldwide Marketing, the exclusive worldwide representatives for Karisma Hotels & Resorts.  “With an impressive lobby, new contemporary suites, and stylish lounges, bars and restaurants, Azul Beach Resort Sensatori Jamaica is truly unparalleled for delivering unforgettable Gourmet Inclusive vacations.”

And the Azul includes the brand’s signature “Gourmet Inclusive” experience, which offers everything from food and beverage to yoga, nightly entertainment, non-motorized watersports and room service, along with unique activities like rum tastings and Jamaican cooking classes.

It also includes a Vassa Spa, featuring an array of treatments and outdoor “sky massages.”

Families at the resort can access a host of child-and-teen-focused amenities, including a fitness program, a playhouse and even spa services tailored for kids.

Rates start at $198 per person per night.

Karisma has 26 properties in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe under several brands, including El Dorado, Azul, Generations, Sensatori and Nickelodeon.

See our ranking of the top Jamaica all inclusive resorts.

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