Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa

The Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa is on an 18th-century sugar plantation along the coast from Montego Bay. You’ll arrive in this tropical paradise to a warm welcome.

There’s a private beach right on the doorstep and the outdoor swimming pool is stunning in its own right. It has a shallow end for the children as well as three whirlpools. As you lounge, the poolside concierge is on-hand to help you. And when you venture beyond the pool, you’ll quickly discover a fab water park and a superb golf course.

On top of all this, there’s a choice of five restaurants, including poolside dining, a buffet and three a la carte restaurants. There’s something the whole family will love.

Overview of Montego Bay

If you’re considering a holiday to the Caribbean, then it’s likely you’ve already heard of Montego Bay. It’s Jamaica’s most famous resort and thanks to its balmy climate, stunning scenery and laidback vibe, holidaymakers love to return here time and time again.

Whether you’re looking for spicy food, colourful music or pristine white-sand beaches, you’ll find them here. Montego Bay is also one of the Caribbean’s nightlife capitals, so expect rum-soaked evenings and party-the-night-away spots .

Stay at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa to get the best of Jamaica, right on your doorstep. From therapeutic beaches to nightlife adventures, you’ll experience everything.

Things to do in Montego Bay

When you stay at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa, the white-sand beach is right in front of you. It’s the longest stretch of sand in Jamaica, so you’ll always find plenty of space.

From the hotel, Montego Bay is only 11 kilometres away. Here, visit Montego Bay Marine Park, a protected coral reef, and rent scuba gear to swim with the marine life.

You can also rent a 4×4 and head inland to explore the natural landscape. You’ll soon discover lush forests and beautiful waterfalls.

Montego Bay’s just as lively when the sun goes down, too. Be ready to find rum bars and restaurants right on the beach, where reggae music will provide the perfect soundtrack to your evening.

A stay in Montego Bay will relax and refresh you. Lounge on the beach, explore under the water or party the night away. Here, you can be as active or as relaxed as you like.

Resort Summary

One of the main reasons Jamaica’s second largest city, Montego Bay, is so popular is the dream-worthy Caribbean beaches. Located on the north coast, it has many lovely beaches including the famous Doctor’s Cave Beach – originally owned by a doctor who believed the water here was therapeutic. He eventually gave the beach to the community who built a private member’s club there.

Because of the water’s supposed healing properties and the beach’s natural outstanding beauty – boasting a 200-metre long stretch of white sand – many hotels have sprung up nearby. The beach is part of the Montego Bay Marine Park, which is a protected area with coral reefs. The members club is open to non-members for a fee, so you can speak to them or your hotel about snorkelling gear. Another well-known public beach is Walter Fletcher Beach where you’ll find the Aquasol Theme Park.