Set on a peninsula near Montego Bay on Jamaica’s north-west coast, Round Hill is one of the top luxury family resorts in the Caribbean.

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With 36 Ralph Lauren designed superior and deluxe rooms in Pineapple House, and a further 27 villas dotted around the hillside, most of which have a private pool, Round Hill is an idyllic oasis in which to soak up island's legendary laid-back Caribbean vibe.

Savour delicious local flavours at the Seaside Terrace or the Grill, and venture to Montego Bay for a taste of the island's culinary delights - the vast array of fresh seafood is not to be missed. Enjoy extensive breakfasts, wonderful Afternoon Teas and sip fresh fruit cocktails at one of Round Hill's three bars.

Explore Round Hill's extensive gardens, indulge yourself at the world-class spa, and set off to sea in a kayak, sail away in a Hobie Cat, or try your hand at water-skiing or diving into the warm waters of the Caribbean. The resort has five all-weather tennis courts (2 floodlit for evening play) and golf can be arranged at the championship course just a few minutes away. Alternatively, relax on the gorgeous beach or treat yourself to a massage in your own villa.

Round Hill also prides itself on offering a myriad of fantastic activities for the little - or not so little - ones. Days spent at the Pineapple Kids Club or at 7 Up Club include karaoke, reggae lessons, pool and foosball tournaments, talent shows and expeditions across Round Hill's 110 acre peninsula; in short, there is something here for everyone.

Why we love it

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A former 110-acre pineapple, spices and coconut plantation, the hotel is perfect as a romantic retreat or for a fantastic family holiday.

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Key Info

Number of rooms

63

Eco Rating

3

Location

Jamaica

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