Looking for a place to stay in Rose Hall? Then look no further than Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Rose Hall to your doorstep.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
Guests have access to a concierge and room service while staying at Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa. In addition, Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa offers a pool and breakfast, which will help make your Rose Hall trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Il Giardino, one of the Italian restaurants that can be found in Rose Hall, which is a short distance from Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa.
Rose Hall is also home to Rose Hall Great House, a popular historic site that is not too far from Hilton Rose Hall Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa as you experience everything Rose Hall has to offer.
Hotel has a very very friendly staff. It is clean and I felt covid safe. The value is good. The check in process is a little rocky but overall stay was good. Wish the hotel was closer to Montego Bay, but we didn’t really go anywhere.
We had been discarted this hotel in more than one ocasion due to the price was 10 or 20USD more than anothers hotels with similar reviews. Finally we cath a very good price for the weekend night so we went in group. Despite a little delay in the chek in, some issue with the door of the room and the noise of the AC, for us this is the best hotel experience in Jamaica in pandemic time, after visit 6 resorts, best installation, best customer service, excellent animations activities, amazing beach, good variety of food and snacks, water sports, lazy river, etc. is this kind of place that you only can think in comeback asap
Yes, it's long, but itemized to help those who are trying to decide (as I was) between resorts. Our family of four enjoyed ourselves immensely, especially after learning about Doctor's Cave Beach Club for snorkeling. Check-in -Not too long; multiple desks/associates. -Guests were not queued in order of arrival, so five other groups/individuals who arrived after us were served before us. -Adults and teens receive their own bracelets, showing that they’re resort guests. Kids generally have to be with an adult to enjoy the facilities or to participate in activities. Atmosphere -Overall family-friendly; never encountered anything inappropriate with the entertainment and activities. -Older kids are allowed solo (younger kids need a parent) in the teen game room, which is decent—about 6 TVs with gaming systems, a PacMan/Galaga arcade game, and a foosball table. -Drop-off child care center for younger children. -Activities directors were upbeat and engaging with the kiddos. -Did not encounter locals selling braiding, cigars or other wares on the beach because it cannot be accessed from either side. -Only smelled marijuana a couple times and never long enough to identify the source. Food -Really. Good. -Negative reviews for bland food or lack of options likely describe the quick, cheap selections from Mangoes--outside restaurant closest to the lazy river. If you want real food, just go to the buffet or get some pizza or jerk chicken or pork and Fiestas, available most afternoons. -Buffet had so many options and varied every day; yes, some things taste different—it is a different country—but you can always try something else. -Fountain sodas do taste watered down; the bottled sodas (still not exactly the same taste) from the room's mini bar are better; restocking available upon request within about 15 minutes—you just need to be in the room when they come. -Only two restaurants were requiring reservations—we didn’t try those. Luna’s allowed us to come without a reservation and despite my husband’s Henley, rather than collared, shirt. Even with different food preferences and one picky eater, we all found options we enjoyed. -Loved that they use paper cups, no straws, and aluminum foil to minimize plastic potential going into the ocean. Staff -Overall amazing--good attitudes while wearing masks all day long, even outside in the heat/humidity (Kudos to the hiring manager for selecting great individuals and providing consistent training.) -Housekeeping -Not one individual we encountered asked for or even hinted at a tip, though they graciously accepted when offered. (Anna Kay, who is a hostess for the buffet restaurant, was amazingly professional and observant.) -If you head to Luna’s, don’t forget a tip for your server and the pianist. Pools/Ocean -Large main pool never crowded-- we used it a couple times for laps and practicing with fins. -Main attraction was the lazy river, adjacent to two water slides (The slide that required tubes was a lot of fun—not at all risky. The slide without tubes was in short segments with a small pool to wade through at each level—very safe.) Two small, somewhat secluded, heated shallow pools served as hot tubs. -Beach is divided into two sections with roped areas for swimming; section across from the lazy river is where most guests hang out; water was calmer there, but it was never clear enough to see the bottom or snorkel. Section further from the hotel rooms has more wind and hosts the water sports; too windy the days we were there to paddle board or kayak; did manage to get one day of sailing on the catamarans, which the staff maneuvered quite well, but the wind was driving and the waves were big. We got the feeling that there are more windy days than calm on that part of the island. -Seaweed is not a big deal. It resembles dark brown ribbons, so nothing gross. The workers who rake every day deserve an award. Disappointments/Good to Know -Swings had been removed—presumably because of Covid. -First floor hallways were humid and had an unpleasant smell; I can only assume the rooms did as well. Other levels didn’t have the same issue. -Bathroom light switch is outside the bathroom door in standard rooms; flashlight proved helpful for nighttime bathroom trips . -Smoke alarm had a disturbing flashing light that we somewhat covered with a hat. -**If you take your own snorkeling gear, Doctor’s Cave Beach/Bathing Club is a great local place to snorkel. It’s about a 20-minute taxi ride--Hubert was our super friendly taxi driver--has well-maintained bathrooms, is very calm and teeming with sea life. Our crew saw miscellaneous fish, a ray, and conchs. It’s $6 for adults and $6 for an umbrella. You may want to rotate so someone is always with any belongings on the beach.** Covid -All employees wore masks at all times, even lifeguards and landscapers--felt really badly for them. -Masks required everywhere, even outside, unless you were in the water, by the pool, or on the beach. We bee-lined to the beach/pool every time. -Jamaica had approved off-site activities for tourists and was under an 8:00PM curfew. (We only left the resort once.) -Testing was hassle-free. We scheduled with the concierge right after checking in and had our test (on the first floor in a room converted to a clinic) two days before our departure. Our results were available the morning of our departure, just had to verify the information and sign.…
Like most people I needed to get away badly - after being cooped up for over a year. So as soon as I had my last Covid shot, I made the reservation to go to Montego Bay Jamaica. I stayed at the beautiful and serene Hilton Rose Hall. My driver (booked through Amstar) had me from the airport to the hotel in about 20 minutes. The Hilton management and employees were super. They gently enforced the covid safety precautions, while making sure you felt on vacation and pampered. The food was plentiful, varied and exceptionally delicious. My daily indulgences included a frozen cocktail before noon and an ice cream every afternoon. There are so many different restaurants to explore, including a fine dining restaurant, Luna where the food and service are A+. My room overlooked the Olympic sized pool and the clear aqua blue ocean. Everyday at sunset there was beautiful music by the pool (such as a trombone player) that I could hear from my patio as I dressed for the evening. I went off property twice to scuba dive and once for dinner. Other than that, I was totally absorbed by the resort activities. I swam laps in the pool and ocean each day and enjoyed the water park with the happy children. (Note that since Covid the motorized watersports are closed temporarily.) Every evening there is a show. My favorite is the steel band performance. And after the show the bar/disco is open. There is always something to do and someone to chat with. Jamaicans love to chat and are great at remembering what you said. Two days before my scheduled departure I had an appointment for my Covid test. I arrived on time at the nursing station in the hotel and was done within 10 minutes. The next day I received my written test results from the concierge, which must be presented upon arrival at the MBJ airport. If you are feeling the need to get away, either by yourself or with family go to the Hilton in Montego Bay. You will be happy you did.…
A stay in paradise, the ideal vacation for friends and families. Beautiful beach, water slide and lazy river makes the perfect get away for kids. The daily Trivia games are a plus for competitive kids and families.