Jamaica Is Getting a New All-Inclusive Resort
By the Caribbean Journal staff
A big new all-inclusive resort is coming to one of the fastest-growing hotel destinations in Jamaica.
The first phase of the new all-inclusive Oceans By H10 Resort is coming to Jamaica’s Trelawny this November, according to Jamaican tourism officials.
That phase will include 513 rooms, a significant boost for Trelawny, a destination considered part of greater Montego Bay that has been seeing a boom in new hotel development in recent years from brands like Royalton.
H10, which is based in Spain, is reportedly investing $250 million in the project, which will be called the Ocean Coral Spring Hotel.
Amenities at the Ocean Coral Spring will include two pools, a lazy river, 10 eateries, four bars, a coffee shop, an ice cream shop and a spa.
The 24-hour all-inclusive will additionally be home to a spa, a gym, two tennis courts, a theater and a bowling alley, among other features.
The family-friendly resort will also include H10’s “Privilege” level of rooms and services, which include everything from in-room amenities like Nespresso machines and nighttime turndown service to an exclusive section of the pool and the beach.
Event space will feature four conference rooms and a total of 840 square meters of flexible rooms – with capacity for up to 800 people, according to the company.
H10 has been steadily growing its resort portfolio in the wider region, though this will be the company’s first-ever hotel in Jamaica.
Its other resorts are located in Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Mexico.
Jamaica’s Trelawny parish, particularly the corridor between Rio Bueno and Falmouth, has some 6,000 new hotel rooms in its development pipeline.
The newest in Trelawny is the Excellence Oyster Bay adults-only resort, which opened its doors over the summer.
For more, info, visit the Ocean Coral Spring.