Breezes Trelawny Resort & Spa
Dated but amazing all the same for the price
Stayed there in April 2011, a dated looking hotel compared to some on the island which for the first glimpse is slightly off putting. After getting in and looking around your fears are soon put at ease due to the hotel amenities and how clean the resort is. The food is amazing and pools are massive. There's always plenty of space and loungers etc for the guests and the staff are amazing. We had 2 weeks all inclusive and with that were allowed to book into the al a carte restaurants for free whilst there, whch were all good and the Japanese for food and entertainment was great.
The entertainment was really good with circus acts, theatre style shows and live reggae bands and steel drums. The usual daytime stuff like water polo, beach volleyball and drinking games was on offer too. They had a beach party once a week at night which was awesome. The hotel also put on free shuttle buses to club cali where you could dance the night away and if you wanted to dance in the hotel you could do it in the hotel disco which on some nights was full and a great atmosphere.
Unique Quality: Amenities of the hotel and the food are the main high points. The staff and how clean and comfy the hotel is was also great. All inclusive drinks included premium drinks. The non motorised water sports were included on all inc. Hot tubs in the palm trees was a nice touch and some basic water slides for the kids in one area of the pool was also good. Swim up bar always a good thing. Shops, mini casino and arcades games and slots machines keep you entertained. Spa and gym, football courts and tennis courts too. Shows live football and other sports on widescreen tv with seated area next to lobby. Money exchange available in lobby with good local rates if you charge back to your room. We had a balcony with partial sea view, was over the kitchens where there are noisy air con units but at night we couldn't hear it with the door closed and the air con on.
Directions: From airport head east along north coast and takes about 35 minutes to get there. A mile or 2 past the turning to Falmouth town centre. In between Montego bay and Ocho Rios.
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