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Karisma Hotels & Resorts has revealed the new adults-only section of one of its all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica. The luxury Azul Beach resort is located on the popular Seven Mile Beach in Negril, and the new section includes two buildings, a private area on the beach, and a Premium Pool and swim-up Tamarind pool bar with concierge and butler service.
The Round Hill Hotel and Villas Jamaica has been listed among the 2018 Star Award Winners by the Forbes Magazine Travel Guide. The luxury hotel sits on 110 acres of lush tropical land on a former pineapple plantation on the island, and features open-air suites and Ralph Lauren-designed oceanfront rooms. The upscale property has hosted many stars over the years including J.F Kennedy and his wife.
The Minister of Tourism for Jamaica, Hon. Edmond Bartlett, has revealed that the country’s tourism is booming. The Caribbean nation is celebrating a significant growth in tourist arrivals and cruise passengers. The island recorded around 1.3 million visitors in the first quarter of 2018, which is a 6.6 per cent increase compared to the same period in 2017.