Spanish hotel group Iberostar has opened a new property in Montego Bay, Jamaica, complete with luxury two-storey spa.
The five-star Iberostar Grand Hotel Rose Hall is an adult-only property, and part of the group’s new Grand Collection - a portfolio of deluxe hotels and resorts, predominantly in the Caribbean.
The spa offers private and couple-orientated treatments in luxurious suites. Guests can choose to have their massages on-site or by the beach.
Other spa facilities include Turkish and Roman baths, Jacuzzis, and Thalasotherapy pools. The hotel also shares spa facilities, a teen and adult disco and a diving centre with Iberostar’s neighbouring resorts - the Rose Hall Suites and the Rose Hall Beach.
The Spanish-owned hotel group opened its first Caribbean property fifteen years ago and now has four properties on this island.
The suites and junior suites at the Grand Rose Hall are equipped with state-of-the-art electronics. Guests in the Oceanfront and Presidential suites will be looked after by their very own Butler who offers an unpacking and packing service as well as a breakfast in bed option and personalised check-in and check-out services.
The hotel features six restaurants including a teppanyaki restaurant, a beach restaurant, and surf & turf restaurant as well as a music bar, lobby bar, smokers’ bar and an aqua-bar. The two large swimming pools and jacuzzi are surrounded by gardens and sun terraces, where guests will find private areas to relax.
In October, Iberostar opened the Rose Hall Suites, a suite-only, 24 hour all-inclusive resort is located on the beach front in Rose Hall.
Iberostar also offers a range of premium accommodation on other Caribbean islands such as the Iberostar Grand Trinidad in Cuba, a World Heritage Listed building in the heart of town, or the five-star beachfront Iberostar Grand Hotel Bavaro, which will open in the Dominican Republic later this year. The Caribbean is a growth area for Iberostar, with many new hotels set to open in the next few years.