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RIU Hotels & Resorts debuts in Falmouth, Jamaica

Photo: Riu Palace Aquarelle


Riu Palace Aquarelle, now open, is RIU Hotels & Resorts’ first property inFalmouth, Jamaica, just 35 minutes from Montego Bay airport and two hours from Kingston.

The new 5-star, 24-hour all-inclusive hotel has a total of 753 rooms and is ideal for families or groups of friends thanks to its 180 triple rooms and 26 family suites.

The swim-up suites on the first floor offer unbeatable panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. Not only that, but just about every room has sea views.

Six restaurants offer a wide range of dining options: the main buffet ‘White Bay’, the gourmet restaurant ‘Krystal’, the Italian restaurant ‘Napoli’, the Asian restaurant ‘Kyoto’, the grill ‘Steakhouse’ and the jerk style grill ‘Pepe’s food’. There’s also five bars: the lobby bar ‘Daiquiri’ that serves the best cocktails, the patisserie and ice cream parlour ‘Capuchino’, the pool bar ‘Marley’, the swim-up bar ‘Kingston’, the lounge bar ‘Ska’ and the new sports bar, ‘American country’, featuring a new ‘All-American favourites’ menu available 24 hours a day.

Under the sun, guests will be able to enjoy up to four pools in addition to direct access to White Bay beach. Wellness and beauty services are available at Renova Spa. Riu Palace Aquarelle also has a children’s pool with slides and the Splash Water World water park.

Riu Palace Aquarelle is RIU’s first hotel in the Caribbean to use solar energy, and the chain has plans to implement the initiative in other destinations in the region, after having invested in similar systems at its hotels in Spain, Cape Verde, Senegal, the Maldives, Zanzibar and Mauritius. Thanks to the solar power system installed on the roof, the hotel will be able to generate up to 470,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) of clean energy per year. This green initiative will cut down the hotel’s energy consumption by 5-10%, which will in turn reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 221,482 kilograms per year.


Source: Travelweek

May 14, 2024

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