Why You should Stay in A Villa and Not a Resort
Personalize Experience, personal Staff in your very own Luxury private villa
We are often asked this question by travelers looking to book a vacation in Jamaica. What is the difference between a villa and a resort or hotel?
So I find it necessary to write and outline why as well as using the testimonial of a former guests.
There are many chain hotels / resorts looking like a string of windowed boxes on the beach with very they little charm, almost no vegetation and very little connection to Jamaican culture.
Resorts/ hotels housekeepers have an average of 25 -50 rooms to clean each day and If you need a butler you need to pay extra and Personal chef, or forget about it.
Staying in a Resort/ hotel and need to go off site to explore and experience the Island and its many attractions, you’ll need to pay extra for transportation.
Purchase an off site activity from the front desk, the cost is significantly higher than you would pay if you did the booking yourself online or at the excursion.
Come spring, impatience with winter is at its peak. After three or four months of shoveling driveways, bundling up winter coats, and scraping ice from windshields, we’re readier than ever for it to be over.
That makes spring the perfect time to get away from the last of the cold, get some well needed vitamin D, and enjoy lazy days soaking up the sun by the pool or on white-sand beaches.
Best of all? If you travel somewhere warm at the end of winter, it just might be warm at home by the time you get back. It’s like starting spring a week or two early!
And nowhere beats Jamaica for your perfect spring getaway.
Everyone deserve a sunny escape from the winter’s gray skies, long underwear, cold fingers, chilly mornings, shoveling snow …. Can quickly take a toll on your mood.
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