Grand Palladium Jamaica | Jamaica | If Only

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Overlooking a beautiful white beach and the sparkling blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, the hotel has been designed to reflect the tropical environment it calls home. Large open terraces, shady verandas, glorious swimming pools, and vast, open dining spaces all catch the balmy ocean breezes - successfully fusing a modern and contemporary style. Accommodation is generously proportioned with private furnished balconies or terraces and views of the tropical gardens, swimming pools, or the beachfront. When it comes to dining guests are truly spoilt for choice with a range of à la carte restaurants and three buffet options for when you really can’t make up your mind. There is also a choice of bars, including a swim-up pool bar, and a laid-back sports bar for sporting fans. Leisure facilities include four fabulous swimming pools, the star of which is the vast infinity pool overlooking the sea. Additionally, there is a water park for little ones, a range of watersports on the beach, access to an 18-hole golf course, and a state-of-the-art spa and wellness centre. Guests of the Grand Palladium are also welcome to enjoy the benefits of the neighbouring Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 540 rooms



540 elegant rooms and suites are spread through the resort and have been designed to follow an ethos that ensures the low-density building enables guests to enjoy full immersion in the tropical, natural environment. All rooms and suites feature furnished balconies, air-conditioning, massaging hydro baths, and plenty of space to relax in and you can choose between a king-size bed or two double beds. These spacious suites offer views over the tropical gardens, the sparkling pool, or face out over the glorious beach towards the Caribbean Sea. The larger suites also offer a separate lounge area.



The choice of dining at the Grand Palladium is extensive, with seven a la carte restaurants taking diners from Italy and India to Asia and Mexico, plus a grill and a superb Creole-Jamaican option. The resort also offers three buffet-style restaurants with various theme nights throughout the week. The Infinity Bar has fabulous panoramic views of the ocean and it’s a wonderful place to sip a cocktail to the pulsating rhythm of a reggae beat. There’s also a sports bar, the colonial-style Miss Lou Bar, and a pool bar which boasts a swim up option if you can’t bear to leave the cool waters of the pool.



The all-inclusive tariff at the Grand Palladium means you can play to your hearts content and not worry about the cost. Sitting on a beautiful stretch of beach gives rise to a wealth of watersports, including kayaks, windsurfing, paddle boarding, and snorkelling, and if that’s not enough, the resort has five fabulous swimming pools! You’ll find organised games and activities in the main pools and motorised water sports on the beach. Activities such as deep-sea fishing can also be organised for those interested. There’s live music, a children’s mini disco, exciting shows, and the Boogie Woogie Night Club which opens each evening for night owls.


The Zentropia Spa and Wellness Centre is the perfect place to go for some pampering when you need to take some time out from the stresses of a busy life. This state-of-the-art spa offers an extensive menu of soothing treatments and therapies as well as a relaxing hydrotherapy area with hot tubs, dedicated spa pool, saunas, and steam baths. There is an additional charge to use this area, however guests purchasing spa treatments receive complimentary access to the all the facilities of the unique hydrotherapy space. The resort also features tennis courts, beach volleyball, basketball courts and an archery field.


The Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort is the perfect place for a family holiday in the Caribbean. Whether you are travelling with little tots, youngsters who are into everything, or teens who just want to hang out with people their own age, there is something to suit all tastes here. The Baby Club caters for babies and toddlers up to the age of 3 and offers a profession childcare service. The Mini Club offers a range of activities for children aged 4-12, whilst the Junior Club is for teenagers from 13-18 where they can spend time in a space carefully curated for their age group.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Sangster International Airport


Approximately a 45 minute drive from the airport


January to March is the peak travel season when the island and resorts are at their busiest. April and May can be a pleasant time to visit when average temperatures range from 22 degrees to 30 degrees, rainfall is relatively low and the main resorts are less crowded. Keen sailors and enthusiastic spectators shouldn’t miss the Easter Regatta. This 4 day event held in March or April annually brings an exhilarating atmosphere to the picturesque Montego Bay and welcomes locals and visitors alike to take part.