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  • Sandals Whitehouse

Sandals Whitehouse

by Gary Goldstein last updated on 09/24/2010 Disclaimer

My wife I just returned from another great stay at Sandals Whitehouse. The 90 minute ride from Montego Bay airport was a bit rougher than usual due to a driving rain but well worth it as the sun shined just before we entered this resort for our third stay. Jamaica has been our favorite Caribbean island for MANY years and this area of Jamaica is off the beaten track and is a contrast to the 'touristy' areas of Mo Bay, Negril and Ochi. The hotel went through a substantial renovation late last year and many areas have improved. The expansive hotel beaches (huge) are kept clean and the water is an inviting shade of greenish-blue. All service personnel are friendly in keeping with the Jamaican tradition. Numerous bars around the property serve quality alcohol and bartenders do not skimp on quantity. The resort boasts several different restaurants that appeal to just about anybody with lots of options. Our meals were all very good with some notably excellent choices. One of the highlights of this hotel (in my opinion) is the improvement at Cafe de Paris. Specialty hot and cold coffees are available from early morning to late at night. ALL pastries are made from scratch everyday providing those of us with a sweet tooth a place to graze after dinner. Make sure to try one of the crepes with apple, chocolate and whipped cream. The hotel has three large pools ranging from the very quiet to boisterous... We decided to take the return trip to the airport by helicopter and made the trip in only 15 minutes, well worth the price. If you are looking for a nice stay on a great island, Whitehouse may be for you. When planning your honeymoon/vacation, make sure you find a travel agent that has been there and done that.

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