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THE GRAND ROSE HALL’S NON-STOP ACTIVITIES

The Grand Hotel Rose Hall provides you the opportunity to fill every waking moment of your all-inclusive vacations in Jamaica with sports and leisure. Choose from the outdoor pool with swim-up bar; gym with innovative cardio equipment and facilities for fitness, yoga, pilates, or tai-chi; dance lessons; basketball; pool volleyball; tennis; and watersports such as catamarans, kayaking, snorkeling, and windsurfing, all free of charge.

 

Furthermore, our all inclusive and adults only resort in Jamaica is a large assortment of recreational and sporting activities available for an additional fee such as tennis classes, scuba diving, snorkeling excursions, and parasailing.

The Best Golf at Grand Hotel Rose Hall

 

IBEROSTAR provides golf lovers access to the Rose Hall Golf Association and the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course, an amazing 18-hole course perched on the northern coast, designed by famed golf course architects Hagge and Baril that will turn your vacations in Jamaica into an unforgettable memory. Aside from the greens, tees, and fairways of the golf course, no visitor should miss the world-renowned sites and monuments scattered along seaside. Places of interest include the Rose Hall Great House, an 18th century mansion; hundred-year-old aqueductsJohnny Cash’s home; and other distinct locations used to shoot scenes in the James Bond movie “Live and Let Die.”

 

 

 

The Best Golf at Grand Hotel Rose Hall

IBEROSTAR provides golf lovers access to the Rose Hall Golf Association and the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course, an amazing 18-hole course perched on Jamaica's northern coast, designed by famed golf course architects Hagge and Baril. Aside from the greens, tees, and fairways of the golf course, no visitor should miss the world-renowned sites and monuments scattered along seaside. Places of interest include the Rose Hall Great House, an 18th century mansion; hundred-year-old aqueductsJohnny Cash’s home; and other distinct locations used to shoot scenes in the James Bond movie “Live and Let Die.”