Jamaica’s leading boutique luxury resort is reopening its doors in September, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The luxe Round Hill Hotel and Villas will be relaunching on Sept. 1.
Both the resort’s 36 Ralph Lauren-designed guest rooms and its signature 27 private villas will be open.
“We are thrilled to welcome guests back to Round Hill Hotel and Villas this September and reacquaint them with our signature hospitality and luxury service alongside enhanced safety protocols.” Josef Forstmayr, Managing Director of Round Hill Hotel and Villas, told Caribbean Journal. “We are also excited for them to discover new private experiences we have created across the property and in our new Villa Retreat package, all of which will offer ultimate luxury seclusion and proper social distancing.”
The Montego Bay-area resort is reopening with a series of new safety and cleanliness protocols.
In the age of COVID, the aforementioned villa package is designed to limit face-to-face interactions, while heightening the guest experience and providing them with the freedom to safely roam the 110-acre resort,” according to a statement.
The villa vacation includes a virtual meeting with the chef and concierge to “play your culinary experience”; welcome snacks; daily breakfast catered by the staff; daily lunch; daily dinner prepared in the villa by the chef; and Wi-Fi, among other inclusions.
Round Hill’s portfolio of villas range from two to six bedrooms, all with private pools.
They have hosted a rather impressive slate of guests, including John F. Kennedy, who stayed in “Cottage 25” before his inauguration in 1961.
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