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“Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton--another week in paradise!”

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Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa
Ranked #1 of 3 Hotels in Lucea
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed August 24, 2010

This was our second vacation at the G.P. Lady Hamilton, the first was in April of 2009. Below is an outline of our observations.

Check-in:

This was our ninth visit to a Grand Palladium resort and the first time that check in was an issue. We arrived at the resort at 2 p.m. Our rooms weren’t ready, so we went to lunch. Upon our return to the front desk, we were told one of the rooms was ready, so we had all the luggage loaded into the cart and went to that room. It ended up to be the wrong building (the room was occupied!) so back to the front desk. This was the ONLY portion of our stay at the Palladium that was frustrating! We stood in a very slow-moving line three times with one person working the check in. It seemed that there were numerous guests with check in issues. There were other people behind the desk, but no one seemed to care. Jermaine, the front desk person we dealt with could not have been nicer, he apologized repeatedly—this wasn’t his fault, but there definitely needs to be a more efficient check in process put into place. Our check in began at 2 and ended at 5—if this hadn’t taken place during a downpour, we would have been very upset. However, since we weren’t wasting valuable beach time, no problem, mon! After discussing this with management, they are aware of the problems and it is being addressed.

Rooms:

My husband and I were in Room 2619—a one bedroom suite. No problems here. The room was in good working order and the view from the main balcony is amazing. This is one of the reasons we love G.P. Lady Hamilton. Our maid, Edwaney, did a great job keeping our room clean and we would come back to beautiful towel art every day.

Pools:

The pools have been completely resurfaced since our visit in April 2009. No more loose tiles! The Infinity Pool is huge, with built-in loungers around its perimeter. A new addition is the water volleyball court. There’s always plenty of room to play ball, lounge or swim.
The Adult Pool is located on the Lady Hamilton side. It overlooks Coral Beach, where tops are optional. Apparently, bottoms are also optional, as we observed one woman who walked up totally nude from the beach to the pool bar to get a drink, as well as a man swimming nude at Coral Beach. Free entertainment…..just keep the kids out of this area.

Grounds:

Very clean and well maintained. They were redoing the areas in front of the buffets while we were there. One of the issues here are the guests—PLEASE don’t leave your trash around for others to pick up and PLEASE don’t hang your beach towels over the balcony of the building—what a way to ruin the beautiful surroundings!!

Restaurants:

Buffets—we only ate breakfast and one dinner at the buffets. The food and service were good. There was a good selection of foods at breakfast every day. It was very busy and noisy (acoustics?). It seemed as though the Lady Hamilton side was more crowded at times, so we just walked the 2 minute walk to the Jamaica buffet.
Jerk Shack: Great for lunch. You can order off of the menu at the Poseiden Restaurant or walk down to the Jerk Shack for chicken and paella. The jerk was good and our daughter loved the Fiesta Burger.

Blue Lagoon is another lunch option. It offered a good selection of grill to order items, as well as salads and desserts.

There is also a grill poolside that makes burgers and hotdogs.

Dinner:

We enjoyed all of the restaurants we visited. Lotus was our favorite, but Boghali, Reggaetoni and El Mariachi were also very good. Service was good also.

Bars:

The pool bar was usually very busy. Bring your bubbas! We usually went to the beach bar, where Lawrence would make us a good drink. At night, Miss Lou’s has some higher-end selections. We had a few fun evenings with Cleon at the Casino Bar—very entertaining!

Entertainment:

The only show we went to was the Steel Drum Show on Friday. We did enjoy the bands at the Infinity nightly. We would like to hear more reggae—it’s Jamaica!!
We missed the beach bbq on Friday and the beach party on Wednesday, due to dinner reservations. Looked like a good time, though.

Excursions:

Since this was our kids’ first time in Jamaica, we wanted them to see 7 mile beach and Rick’s Café. We hired Reggae Tours for this, as well as our private airport transfers. Norman was our driver for both trips. He was an excellent tour guide! We went to Rhodes Hall Plantation (would skip this unless you want to go horseback riding), 7 Mile Beach, the Negril Craft Market (be prepared to bargain), and Rick’s Café.


Conclusion:

Some tips: Bring an insulated mug—it will keep your drinks cold and it cuts down on the numerous cups that people leave all over this beautiful resort. Bring a beach towel—some days they run out of towels for a few hours., if you have your own, no problem! Bring a flashlight—there were a few times that the power went out for a few minutes—it’s just a good thing to have with you when travelling anywhere! Bring the right attitude—we did not encounter one grumpy employee at this resort, but we always feel that you should treat people the way you want to be treated—it works wonders!!

With the exception of check-in, the trip exceeded our expectations. Many improvements have been made since last year, and we feel that the G.P. Lady Hamilton is going to continue to get better with time. We can’t wait to return!


Things That Make Me Go HMMMM:

My response to some recent comments on trip advisor—sorry, I feel someone has to say it!

“That is just crazy, the bathroom was a decent temperature but the bedroom was quite hot and muggy, even when we cracked the balcony door and turned on the ceiling fan to create a draft”

The a/c is controlled by your key card in the a/c slot—but it also shuts off when the balcony door is opened.

when we arrived in the room we had no washcloths and only 3 towels…..

Wow—no washcloths!! That would definitely ruin my vacation!! I’ll trade washcloths for a Jamaican sunset any day of the year!

no jamaican food....

Apparently, you missed the jerk hut, Jamaican night at the buffet, the restaurant “Xaymaica”, as well as numerous items (i.e. gnips, bammy bread, fried plaintains, patties on the buffet, Appleton rum and Red Stripe beer)

also I had a driver come to the hotel to pick me up and he was not allowed on the property not even to the lobby..

Our driver picked us up at the lobby twice, and we observed others doing the same. Perhaps this driver wasn’t able to pass security for a reason…..

I could go on and on---but for now, enough said!!!

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  • Stayed: August 2010
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Reviewed August 24, 2010

Pros -I also was worried about some of the reviews before my wife and I went. Our experience could not have been much better during our six day stay. Beautiful jr. suite with ocean view. Almost all rooms have ocean views and the balconies are 8/14 ft. with two plastic chairs and a small table. We had a king bed and pull out couch. The room air conditioner kept up and the overhead fan made it cool. The bathroom was large with a good size shower and jucuzzi. Small rerigerator with water, soda and Red Stripe beer. Was refilled everyday. Room was cleaned everyday and towels,hand towels replaced everyday , but one. The property was beyond beautiful!. You can walk almost anywhwere in about 10 minutes. Best beach is the sunset cove beach. Had no problem getting a hut and towels at aroumd 9- 10 am. Buffet breakfasts were excellent. Bubbas steak house had a good steak fillet. Also the Italian restaurant was good. Lunch and dinner buffets were good with a different food scheme each night. Had no waits at the restuarants. Some of the foods were spiced up. You did not have to tip the staff and they did not expect it. I left the maid 3 dollars a day and tipped the waiters a dollar. I gave the bar help a buck each time they filled my 34oz bubba keg with a liquor drink or soda. You have to have one or a seven oz. cup is what you will get. The staff was very friendly and went out of their way to please you. At the sunst beach you also get the use of paddle boats, sail catemarans, cayaks and one person sail boats for free. There is a small restaurant and jerk hut there. There were live bands on the beach by the pool and the clubs at night. Also had a show and dinner at pool Friday. Small outdoor playground and activity area. Visitors Kids were part of the main show most nights.
cons - beaches were nice, but small beach rocky in water. Sunset beach was fine. Main show at night were alright, but done by staff. On Friday night do not miss the Silver Bird steel band show, they are Jamaicas number 1. Casino small. Hamburgers and hotdogs alright.
Would definitley recommend this resort overall. And would go back if visiting Jamaica. My wife can be fussy, but had a great time as did I. We are 56 and 60 year old. There were newly weds and familys who also had a good time.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 23, 2010

I visited GP with my wife and 9year old daughter 8/12-8/15 through Apple. We went with another family and had a great time. The 45 minute drive from the airport was uneventful. Our standard room was much nicer than expected. All marble, very nice size, whirlpool tub, etc. I requested an ocean view room in building 12 and received it at no additional charge. The view was amazing. Our room (#1234) was less than 200' from the water. I dare you to find a nicer room at an AI, on the ocean for $150/night. We spent most of our time at the main pool, which is huge and a lot of fun. There is always something fun going on in or around the pool. We also spent time at the beach near the main pool and the sports beach. The kids had a blast. Overall we had a fantastic time and, considering our room and view, we received a fantastic value.

Unfortunately, I had to keep reminding myself to shrug off the endless little things that detract from a worry free AI vacation. Many of the gripes I've read in previous reviews are true to some extent. For example, maid service was good, but one day our room wasn't ready until after 5:00pm, so we had no towels to shower with before dinner. Wash cloths are nearly non-existent. Towels were unavailable by the pool and beaches after 10:00am. The plumbing leaks, so the bathroom floor was soaked anytime the bathtub or shower were used. Self serve Coke machines were empty at 10:00am. The in-room mini-fridge was nicely stocked exactly as we asked, but the mini-fridges are useless and don't chill anything. We put our beers on ice the first day, but unfortunately, the ice machine was empty or broken 99% of the time. Luckily our friend Simone at the quiet bar, located directly behind building 12, took care of us and filled our ice buckets. Too bad her bar closes at 5:00pm. The air conditioning barely works, not only in our rooms, but in the resort overall. The watersport center was in disarray. I screwed up and didn't bring our snorkeling gear and unfortunately, they didn't have fins for my daughter. In addition, when the snorkel trip goes out twice a day, they bring every last snorkel on the trip. They take about 20 people on the trip, but take a giant garbage bag filled with snorkels on the tour leaving none for the other guests. It makes no sense. After we couldn't take the snorkel trip due to lack of fins (that we had already paid for), my daughter wanted to use a paddle boat. The guy in charge had people waiting in line on the beach waiting for the 3 paddle boats that were in already in use. Keep in mind there were 3 more boats right there in the sand. All that needed to be done was to drag them 15' to the water. Again, this makes no sense. We left the sports center never to return to avoid aggravation.

The food was another story. There was plenty of selection at the buffets, unfortunately none of it was very good. At one breakfast I had a glass of warm putrid milk and ice cold eggs. It left me wondering how it is possible to get eggs colder than the milk??? I think the heat problem at the buffet is because there are no heat lamps above (simple light bulbs) or steam heat below. I did notice several items being kept warm by sterno, which is an issue in itself with all the children. In fact, the 4 year old in our group reached for a piece of bread and burned her arm on an open sterno flame. The nurse came by promptly and applied some type of cream. The sports bar, which is also called the "all night" bar only serves beer and wine after 11:00pm. I did notice Appleton rum, Johnny Walker scotch and Jim Beam whiskey at several bars, but that was about it for brand names. All of the bars mainly serve unknown brands of liquor. To their credit, all bars had fresh mint and the Mojitos were pretty good and the redstripe was always cold and flowing.

Even though my grievance list is quite long, we still had a fantastic time. The hotel and grounds are kept up very well. Service was usually very good, staff very friendly and accomodating and most employees were working their butts off at all times - the resort seems understaffed. I feel compelled to mention tipping. I don’t understand why so many people get bent out of shape at the thought of tipping the staff. They deserve it. If you choose to be cheap and not tip, that is ok, but I find it disrespectful to the staff to come online and say they expect tips. B.S. I never once felt any pressure to tip, but I usually tip everybody who helps me. Question: Who do you think a bartender will serve first, a person at the front of the line with no money in hand, or me standing behind that person with a couple bucks in my hand and who has tipped the bartender for every round received? Sarcastic Answer: That was me the bartender was passing drinks to, over your head!

Overall, this hotel is a 3-3.5 star (out of 5) hotel. At $150/night for a family of three in a beautiful ocean front room, you can't beat the value. I can only recommend this hotel if you are doing a family trip on a tight budget. If you've been to any of the more popular brand name resorts (Superclubs, Couples, Sandals, Beaches), set your expectations appropriately when visiting GP as you are paying less than 1/2 the price. A lot of people say "your vacation is what you make of it", which is true, but I just wish I didn't have to keep reminding myself of it.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 22, 2010

I stayed at this hotel with my wife and a 1year and seven months child, August 17-21,2010. Our stay was a fairly good one with some noticeable improvement that we think should be done to improve the hospitality product at this resort.

We think that this is a beautiful property with well kept lawn, however some of the workers are not pleasant and spend much of their times cursing especially in my presence and others as I have witness several times. They the workers needed to be taught more about the importance of good customer service.
It is also our views that the provisions of fruits daily is very poor, this is the first time going to an all inclusive hotel with limited amount of fruits, especially apples.
The other problems is the policy of paying for alcohol at the Indian Restaurant and Lobster at another restaurant on the property. This is in addition to charges for some services. Well why call it an all inclusive hotel.
We have stayed at Riu in Ocho Rios and Sandals in Ocho Rios and we were not asked to pay for these things that Grand Palladium is charging for.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 22, 2010

We just got back from GPLH. The stay was not what we expect. For an upgrade we did ask for an ocean view room. After paying extra $105, we did see a partial view of the beach on the right side of our balcony; we did stay in Villa 33. Main view was on the pool. We were sad, but they told us no other room was available. The food was bad, same everyday. We went for a few trips to Aruba, Dominican Republic and everywhere they try a " new theme food". Not here. With the Apple Tour we did book a trip to Dolphin Cove, to swim with the dolphins. Don’t go! The trip looks good in the brochure, but since it was raining, no kayaking, beach was closed, shopping is horrible and the food is the worst. People serve you with such a dirty hands I did never see in my life. So for almost $400 we travel 2,5 hours in the bus there spend 45 min in the water, had a 3 rides with dolphins and took another 2,5 hours back to hotel. Personnel in the hotel expect the tip for everything, and the management is looking and saying nothing. For 6 days we spend $100 in singles. We try one evening not to give any tip, big mistake. You should see the face after we got drinks and not tip. Night programm in the hotel is bad, the only one we like was band next to theInfinity Bar. To the housekeeper we did give a money everyday, so our room was clean. Got very upset on the last few hours, when we started to pack our stuff, we did find out that my boyfriends and my perfumes were gone. On reception we didn't resolve anything and we went for the airport. Our flight was delayed for 2 hours, the organization there was the worst I did ever see, so many people in one place and everyone is just standing. I can honestly say that I will never be back to Jamaica, didn’t like the trip at all.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 20, 2010

To enjoy themselves at GPLH, guests need to: A) treat the staff like human beings & B) do research and know that, YES, the resort is in a remote area and, YES, the beaches (2 of the 3, I think) are man made.


TIPPING:
During our week ar the resort we encountered exactly one employee who was not friendly & kind. We got hellos from the groundskeepers who had absolutely nothing to gain by asking us how wishing us a good day. My husband bought himself a Red Stripe beer hat: this got him high fives & "respect, mon" on at least 3 occasions, again from people who were not working for tips.

The only person who seemed to expect a tip was the bellboy. I've never seen a bellboy who didn't expect it, and I wouldn't dream of not tipping him.
I have absolutely no problem with tipping at an all inclusive.

Obviously, most of the tourists' money is going into the coffers of a foreign corporation and I enjoy knowing I'm contributing to the Jamaican economy directly.


SERVICE:
Housekeeping was just fine. We left $3 every day and received a spotless room including the extra blanket & towels we requested. FYI, don't blame your maid for failure to replenish your mini bar, as its not part of what she does. One day I happened to see as a man with a stack of beverages on his cart was filling our mini bar. He saw me and asked if we wanted extras of anything.

Waiters were all friendly and did their jobs well, albeit on Island time. This didn't bother me as I was not trying to grab a cup of coffee while trying to get to work on time, I was on VACATION.

Almost all the bartenders were great. I never had to wait more than a minute, even at the swim up bar. Many had their own secret recipes, the best of which was The Ogre, made at the adult pool bar by Orel.

The Jamaican people (yes, including the staff) are among the warmest I've ever enountered. If you find them all rude then it's time to take a good, hard look at yourself.


FOOD:
I loved breakfast at the buffet. The omelet station was good, as was the large selection of really fruit, which tasted like it was grown locally (instead of being picked while green and allowed to ripen en route to your supermarket). I really loved the banana milk at the juice bar.
Lunch meant the jerk chicken stand on the beach. Yes, there usually was a line but it was well worth it as both the chicken and the rice were delicious. I didn't enjoy our one lunch at the infinity pool area buffet.

We at the stake house once, and twice at the indian restaurant. The stake house food was unremarkable, neither good nor bad. The indian restaurant served great food, but in really small portions. I don't mean fine dining small, I mean stupid small. We learned the hard way to order appetizers and starters, not just the entree.

The buffets offered a wide selection of food for dinner: usually one buffet would do a theme night while the other served regular buffet fare. The food was all fresh but some of it didn't appeal to me as it seemed to be made with the continental european guests in mind. They would make familiar sounding dishes, such as chicken salad, but alter the recipe just enough to make it strange to the North American palate (while the euro guests were chowing down). I really liked the fish and grilled meats which were always tasty. My husband liked many of the little cakes from the buffet.

POOLS:
Loved the infinity pool, although it isn't technically an infinity pool. It's huge, clean, and warm. One gripe: I wish at least one of the whirlpools had been turned on. The other pools were much smaller but also clean. I didn't notice any chipped, loose, or missing tiles.


BEACHES:
The long beach looks nicer in person than it does in pictures. Nevertheless, I wouldn't recommend walking in the water without shoes on.
The snorkel beach was my husband's favorite. It's not world class snorkeling, but he did see some interesting fish, including tigerfish.
Sunset cove had the water sports center. It's also the quietest beach, perfect for relaxing and reading.
The water was not crystal clear the way it is in the bahamas, but it was not murky, either.

GROUNDS:
Beautiful and very well maintained, wouldn't change a thing.

ROOMS:
We had a regular junior suite. It clean and pleasant, a bargain for the price.
We found the bed to be comfortable, but we do like our beds on the firm side.
The only issue was the shower, which would leak water all over the bathroom floor unless you remembered to not to point the shower head straight ahead.
We didn't call room service as repairs would require replacing the shower door and we were not up for the hassle. No biggie: we learned to aim it slightly to the side.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 19, 2010

OK, so here is what I thought after reading all the reviews! I was a little skeptical about this resort based on all the reviews I read prior to my trip. I read complaints about the front desk personnel, the food, the rooms, the air conditioning in the rooms, the shortage of towels for both the room and the pool, the casino, the long walks to get around the resort and tipping. Here is what I found about the above topics:

Front desk personnel: Yes we were initially given a room on the Jamaican side when we were booked for the Lady Hamilton (LH) side. But we stood our ground and after discussing the issues for about 10 minutes we were placed in a fabulous room over looking the adult pool on the LH side! Plus we gave the supervisor a nice tip ta-boot! LOL! Overall the staff was very friendly.

The food: It was mostly buffet...so don't expect really hot food, but do expect variety! If you want piping hot, then order something that is prepared in front of you, like an omelet, or the pasta bowls made with your special foods selection. There are also "theme days". So you may have a Mexican layout or a Jamaican layout. Whatever the "theme" it will be good with lots of variety! We visited the Italian restaurant! The food was excellent! If you like desserts then let me recommend the orange cake! (I don't remember the exact name of the dessert but my goodness...) It looks like a chocolate covered hostess cup cake turned upside down. It is drizzled with white chocolate and a sliver of chocolate bark on top. It sits in a bed of fruit compote. This along with a cup of Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee is really a nice way to top off your evening meal. Even if you don't eat there go have this dessert!

The room: Yes we had a Jr. suite! We stayed in villa #2933. We had a spectacular view that included the adult pool, the adult beach and to our right we could also see the ocean! The room was huge, the jacuzzi tub was huge, the shower was very spacious and the water pressure on the removable shower head was great! Our fridge was stocked everyday, we had plenty of coffee, and toiletries!

The towel shortage: Let me first say that you MUST read the packet you will be given at check-in! You are allowed one pool towel with the towel card you are given at check-in. You can always turn in your towel for a fresh one anytime. At the adult pool you can get another towel if you turn it in upon leaving the area. The room towels are available and plentiful. You just have to follow the instructions in your packet or watch the hotel channel on the TV in your room for instructions. Only once did we not receive towels for the room and that was because the delivery truck was late getting to the hotel. But as soon as they arrived our towels were brought up to our room. We did tip the maid everyday - 2 - 4 dollars each day depending on what we requested.

The air conditioning: I read a lot of complaints about the air in the rooms. Again, read your packet! The property is GREENE! There is an energy saving device in each room. You must insert your door key card into the device to activate the lights, the air and the ceiling fans! If you open the balcony door, or the front door the air will turn off after a few minutes. Close all doors and within a few minutes the air kicks back on. Of course I must give credit to my honey pooh for discovering this feature! (I wonder if the complaints I read about the air not working was simply because the folks didn't read?)

The Casino: I am a Vegas girl! The casino is joke so don't bother!

The long Walk: Yes this resort is huge! But...by the time you eat, you will need to walk! I ate everything I saw that I thought I would like. I did not, repeat DID NOT gain an ounce! I walked off my food! There are no elevators in the buildings. Climbing the stairs was great exercise as well! We were on the 3rd floor, so after the first day, it was a piece of cake!

Tipping: Bring lots of tip money! Tipping goes a long way! These people literally live in poverty and work for next to nothing. They do work hard to keep their jobs not just to get tips! Everyone was great and they all deserved our tips. Except for the bus driver who took us back to the airport at the end of our stay! He was a meanie and he was lazy. LOL!

Things I would/would not suggest/recommend:

Do take in the SPA! The massages are great! We preferred to have our massages inside the building as opposed to a beach massage. The atmosphere is wonderful and very relaxing! (Checkout where the beach massages are given before you decided. The location was not that great.) We received a "couples" massage package that offered a bottle of champagne at the end of the treatment. Check out the pics of the SPA area. After-wards you are allowed to partake in the relaxation pool, the sauna and the steam room. Very, very nice!

Ricks Cafe Tour: This is where the cliff diving happens. This spot is also known for its fabulous sun-set. We booked a tour for Ricks and shopping. It was moderately priced. The shopping was not all that. Ricks...eeh...it was OK. But don't go there expecting great food. Half the items on the menu were not available. The food we did order was ice cold! Make sure you eat first. Watching the cliff divers was OK but after the first 4 or 5 jumps well...it was boring. We did meet some cool people, and we did have a peek at the sunset. It rained the entire day. If you want to experience just Ricks and fore-go the shopping, call Ricks directly and they will come pick you up no matter where you are staying, for free. We didn't know that.

Make sure you bring lots of singles! Tipping is necessary, but not expected. Make sure you have good shoes! Walking around the complex can be a chore. Every surface of the buildings is tile flooring. Be careful to dry off your flip flops before walking on the tile. I almost broke my neck and/or fell on my rump because my shoes were still wet.

There is a club on the first floor and we had a ball! There was also a live band that we really enjoyed on the 2nd floor. All of the entertainment is in the main building. Just check it all out, you are bound to find something you can enjoy!

Overall...I loved this place! It is well maintained, the grounds are beautiful and the service was by far the best! Very friendly people!

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Address: Building 27, Lucea 8800, Jamaica
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Location: Caribbean > Jamaica > Hanover Parish > Lucea
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 3 Hotels in Lucea
Price Range: $300 - $540 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa 4.5*
Number of rooms: 444
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The resort is bathed by the calm turquoise waters of Jamaica's north coast, in a small bay on a privileged enclave on the coast. The design is a perfect harmony between modernand luxurious facilities of a first class hotel and the attractive natural environment of the area characterized by the turquoise sea and the relief of the landscape. The complexalso houses an ultramodern Spa, which is equipped with the most advanced facilities and offers guests a wide variety of therapies and services. Near the village of Lucea and approximately 30 minutes from Montego Bay and its airport. Within the complex is theGrand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa has a total of 540 guestrooms in 15 villas ofthree levels with 6 Suites and 30 Junior Suites per villa. The Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa has a total of 516 rooms distributed in 13 villas of three levels with 6 suites and 30 Junior Suites per villa and 48 two-story cabins with 4 cabins suites (adults only) each. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Hotel Lucea
Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort And Spa
Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa Jamaica/Lucea

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