Royal Decameron Cornwall Beach

The Royal Decameron Cornwall Beach hotel was built in a half-moon design, embracing its own private beach and the magnificent cerulean waters of the Caribbean sea. This means that all of the 146 rooms come with panoramic ocean views and feature colourful Caribbean accents. Take an invigorating dip in the pool, indulge in a massage in a beach cabin with sea views, or shop in the hotel’s boutique. The hotel’s all-inclusive offerings extend to unlimited buffet-style breakfasts and lunches, and you will never go hungry, with afternoon and midnight snacks available, too. Refreshing beverages can be enjoyed at the hotel’s many beach and poolside bars…or get your Caribbean groove on and dance the night away at the disco bar. You also have access to all the facilities and services of the Royal Decameron Montego Beach, an adjoining resort that forms part of the Decameron group.

Overview of Jamaica

Encircled by white-powder beaches and turquoise-blue waters, the island of Jamaica is a slice of heaven that’s best savoured slowly. The landscape is awe-inspiring, with a bounty of mountains, waterfalls, rivers, forests and beaches, all waiting to be admired. Located at the north-west of the island, Montego Bay is among Jamaica’s many charms. This famous inlet is a Utopia for people on a quest to find the perfect setting for a dream vacation. Make the Royal Decameron Cornwall Beach in Montego Bay your base from which to explore it all.

Things to do in Jamaica

Holidays to Jamaica wouldn’t be complete without a touch of reggae, so make sure you visit the Bob Marley House museum. The Royal Decameron Cornwall Beach hotel is ideally situated for trips to the Dunn River Waterfalls and Blue Mountains National Park, too. And if you’re feeling brave, a ghost tour at Rose Hall Great House might be entertaining. You’ll find more things to do at the Hip Strip in Montego Bay, where there are stylish restaurants, boutiques, and a rooftop terrace which transforms into an outdoor dance floor at night. Feeling active? The Aquasol Theme Park is a popular amusement park offering water sports like jet skiing, wave-running and parasailing. You can also rent a glass-bottom boat and go nature-watching – or take a Honda cart for a spin at Mo Bay 500, the park’s go-kart racing track. Jamaica is a wonderland for holidaymakers of all persuasions, from thrill-seekers to chill-seekers. If you can picture yourself roaring across the ocean on a jet ski or relaxing in a hammock, watching the sunset while soaking up the sun to a harmonious reggae vibe, Jamaica might just be the one for you.


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.