The Tryall Club villa resort in Jamaica is reopening on Aug. 1, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The prominent golf resort, set on 2,220 acres in Montego Bay, has a collection of more than 70 luxury villas.
The property, which first opened its doors in 1958, is implementing “nhanced protocols and measures in accordance to the standards established by the Ministry of Health and Wellness,” it said in a statement.
The Aug. 1 date will mark the first of a multi-phase reopening plan that will begin with the beach club, infinity pool, beach boutique and adventure desk;, along with the golf course, tennis club, craft market, on-property commissary and private gym.
Phase II will begin on Nov. 4, including the reopening of The Beach Bar + Grill at the Beach Club.
The third and final phase will begin Nov. 21, with all facilities fully open, includign the children’s club.
Jamaica reopened its borders to international tourists on June 15.
For more, visit the Tryall Club.