The resort is kind of divided in 3 parts: Iberostar Rose Hall Grand (adults only), Suites (where we stayed) and Beach (looked like a bit cheaper option). the whole resort's quite a bit smaller compared for example to Barcelo Maya (Riviera Maya, Mexico), and service (rooms, restaurants, food, etc) is one notch lower. But in my opinion the resort is still pretty good, particularly if you can adopt the attitude "just do it... later". Very relaxing atmosphere, quite clean. The beach is nice, particularly if you snorkel: they built 3 small artificial reefs 50 feet from the shore, and each of them has a decent population of fish, etc (though the Great Barrier Reef it isn't). Also, there is a pretty decent diving outfit (for beginners).
Overall, as far as Jamaica goes, I liked the place. Paid $3500 for a week (2 adults and 11 y.o.) including tickets from Atlanta. Turned to be fair value for money.
One again: if you want to relax and able to enjoy slow rythm of the place - go by all means.
If you are expecting pesonnel looking into your eyes to anticipate any wish and running around to please you - just spare yourself some misery , go somewhere else. As I said, it's Jamaica!
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- Also Known As:
- Iberostar Rose Hall Hotel Rose Hall
- Iberostar Montego Bay
- Iberostar Rose Hall Suites Jamaica - Montego Bay