Round Hill is a timeless and elegant hotel steeped in rich history with true understated luxury. With wonderful service and great facilities, this renowned Caribbean resort is an ideal retreat for families and couples alike with a nostalgic atmosphere.
Timeless Caribbean resort with a loyal team and attentive service
Ralph Lauren designed the interiors of the gorgeous Ocean Front rooms
Amazing Elemis Spa located in an original plantation house
Located on a 110 acre private peninsula surrounded by the sea
Round Hill’s small and beautiful collection of 36 ocean front rooms are set at the edge of the Caribbean Sea. Ralph Lauren designed the airy and spacious interiors in crisp white accents with bright pillows and throws, four-poster beds and chaises longues. Rooms evoke a crisp, clean Caribbean ambiance. There are also 27 two to six bedroom private villas dotted around the tropical gardens.
The spacious and airy villas are ideal for families, many of which come with pools and are all staffed. Each villa has been decorated to their individual tastes but share a common thread of modern refinement, classic style and exceptional service. Villas are nestled in the hillside, facing west, and enjoy fabulous sunsets and coastal views.
Round Hill boasts five all-weather tennis courts (two are floodlit) and a resident pro, a fully-equipped fitness centre with a personal instructor for exercise classes and golf can be arranged at the championship course just a few minutes away. Other facilities include a double infinity edge pool, a children's wading pool, beach bar, cocktail bar and Seaside Terrace Restaurant serving local specialities, recently winning an award as the best on island cuisine. The hotel also has excellent water sports facilities and a Wellness Spa.
When to visit
The kids' club here is fantastic. My daughter really enjoyed basket weaving and t shirt tie dying as well as the nature safari, learning all about the different plants and flowers!
Round Hill is located on John Pringle Drive, on a 110-acre secluded peninsula 8 miles west of Montego Bay in Hanover, Jamaica.