Royalton Blue Waters

There’s fun for all the family at Royalton Blue Waters. The hotel is part of a larger resort at the Royalton White Sands. Between the two, you’ll find seven a la carte restaurants, a giant waterpark and a handful of bars.

For a relaxed vibe, head to the lazy river, which winds its way around the complex and offers a great view out over the beachfront. If your family loves to stay active, then this is the hotel for you. As well as the waterpark, you’ll find snorkelling, kayaking and introductory scuba diving lessons. On top of that, there’s a kids’ club and a lounge stacked with games consoles.

Overview of Trelawny

Trelawny is an increasingly popular destination in our range of holidays to the Caribbean thanks to its unique architecture, wide range of activities and easy pace of life. There’s a genuine welcome for the whole family, and you’ll find that the locals are incredibly hospitable.

Trelawny is something of a time-warp location, with its Georgian architecture, making it unique in the Caribbean. One thing is for certain, though, you’ll fall in love with Trelawny and want to return time and time again. Relax with a rum and let the rhythms of the Caribbean takeover in this once-in-a-lifetime destination.

Things to do in Trelawny

On a stay at Royalton Blue Waters, you’re greeted by a range of activities and experiences. From lagoon tours to historical walking tours and beaches for every day of the week, there’s plenty to do when you leave the hotel, too.

Although Trelawny may have a chilled out and relaxed reputation, it also steps up paintballing, river rafting and tubing.

For adults, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy some of the finest rums in the world. If you fancy getting to know more about the local tipple, then head to the Hampden Estate rum distillery. After, enjoy a meal of fresh seafood, caught in Trelawny waters.

Jamaica’s known as the island of happiness and, in Trelawny, it’s easy to see why. When you stay at Royalton Blue Waters, you’re staying in an island paradise.

Resort Summary

Despite not being one of the loudest or most well-known parts of the country, Trelawny Jamaica offers a host of fantastic experiences that you won’t be able to find anywhere else, such as the incredible Luminous Lagoon tour.

Setting off at sunset via boat, you are whisked to a lagoon that is filled with incredible iridescent organisms that turn the water bright neon-blue when you dive in. There’s also a restaurant on the dock, so you can enjoy a spot of local cuisine before setting off for some of the most unique photo opportunities in the world.