Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton

On its own private beaches, the Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton offers luxury and exclusivity in equal measure. Boasting Jamaica’s largest swimming pool, the grounds are a real sight to behold, with palm-fringed walkways adding to the upmarket aesthetic. Bright airy bedrooms, multiple restaurants and an adults-only spa add to the list simply adds to the excellent location. Between Negril and Montego Bay, Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton gives you easy access to loads of to-die-for beaches as well as both golfing and riding facilities if you’re feeling energetic.

Overview of Lucea

Holidays to Jamaica are paradise. With incredible weather all year round, perfect beaches and that authentic laid-back vibe, the island simply melts away your worries, especially if you stay in Lucea. A beautifully quiet harbour town between Negril and Montego Bay, Lucea enjoys a mountainous backdrop, stunning beaches and the tranquillity you dreamt of. If you like to add a little activity into your day, there are watersports to try your hand at but mainly, Lucea is all about chilling out.

Things to do in Lucea

Negril is lively all day, with families flocking to the area, and Montego Bay comes into its own at night, with live music and parties. If you spend your days in these areas, you can enjoy some local cuisine as well, with snapper fish dishes and jerk chicken being some of the best, especially if you wash them down with local rum. Venture out from Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton into Lucea to learn about the town’s history and pay a visit to the Hanover Museum. The heritage centre is in what used to be a prison, but now it really captures the magic of the area. There’s a lot of wildlife to see in Lucea, from snorkelling right in front of the hotel to visiting the Rocklands Bird Sanctuary.


Resort Summary

Of course, the beaches in Lucea Jamaica bring their own piece of luxury to your holiday. Thanks to its wind-sheltered bay, the main beach has calm, shallow waters great for the kids while you kick back, sunbathe and take the odd dip throughout the day.

Or head over to the spectacular Sunset cove, with its great selection of watersports on offer. Enjoy kayaking, snorkelling, even an exhilarating trip in a banana boat. At the end of your day, choose the locals’ favourite beach with its friendly, thatched bars, and sip on your rum cocktail watching the sun go down.