Set amidst gardens of trees and flowering plants at the edge of Negril, Jamaica's laid-back, west coast resort area, the intimate, all-inclusive Sunset at the Palms offers a serene holiday destination. And it's all just steps from the resort's two miles of white, sandy beach, where guests can relax or enjoy a multitude of activities under the sun.
Private tree-house bungalows at Sunset at the Palms are set amidst tropical gardens and are stylishly designed, with dark-wood floors and chic, Asian-inspired furnishings, including king-sized platform beds swathed in canvas drapes. French doors open onto verandas with daybeds, while modern bathrooms boast showers with four body jets and two showerheads.
Jamaica is the capital of 'laid-back' so, at Sunset at the Palms, there's nothing to do but relax by the turquoise-blue pool-unless you choose otherwise. Guests can try water sports kayaking, windsurfing and snorkelling, while on land you can work out in the gym or even join a cooking or cocktail-making class.
International and authentically Jamaican dishes are on offer at Sunset at the Palms. Visit Palm Grove for open-air dining and buffet breakfasts, lunches and dinners, or dress up to sample a la carte specialties from the Caribbean-fusion menu at Lotus Leaf. Getting hungry at the beach? The Palm Breeze Beach Gar & Grill has sandwiches and Jamaican favourites, along with a selection of beers and cocktails.