Sunset at the Palms - one of Jamaica’s
newest eco-friendly all-inclusive resort’s - has just refreshed the property with a total makeover.
Stilt houses are scattered throughout the ten-acre tropical
garden, bordering the Negril Royal Palm Preserve. Sixty-five “tree
house-style” rooms - once featured in “Architectural Digest” - are tucked
among the flowers and towering trees, steps away from ‘Bloody Bay’.
Sunset at the Palms’ renewal includes new architectural landscaping; walking
paths and winding river stone trails greet guests.
“This place appeals to travelers who want to get away from it all without
spending a fortune,” reports Frommer’s Travel Guides.
Special rates, effective for travel through December 23, 2005 are US$250 per
room, per night in a Deluxe Treetop Room and $350 per room, per night for a
One-Bedroom Suite. Single rates are $150 and $200 respectively. This is a
$100 savings off regular rates.