Round Hill has been welcoming guests since the 1950s on a former sugarcane plantation that later added coconuts, pimento, and many, many celebrities. Round Hill’s peninsula located near Montego Bay is a spectacular, peaceful place whit most of the property sloped gently towards its private beach.<br>
Its soil was ideal for pineapple groves, and the pineapple remains the resort’s icon.<br>
John Pringle, a Jamaican raised in the hospitality business, left New York City to return to his home island with the intention of creating a discrete, stylish enclave to lure. The resort’s original villas were individually owned but rented out when not owners were not in residence.<br><br>
All paths lead to the Round Hill reception building that opens its doors onto the beach.Incredibly private and expansive to provide every guest their own space in the sand, the Round Hill beach is calm, turquoise, and irresistibly swimmable.<br>
Many beach chairs and a barefoot beach bar are naturally protected in shade by the branches of the low trees. Swimming platforms and a water trampoline wait for guests who seek floating fun.<br>
The vibe is casual yet elegant. Guests mingle at the bar and engage in conversation about their travels or keep to themselves with a sunhat, glasses, and a juicy novel.
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