Moon Author's Review
Sunset at the Palms (US$385/600 low/high season per couple for Treetop deluxe, US$620/895 low/high season for the One-Bedroom Suite) is a boutique adults only (18+) all-inclusive property featuring cozy one-bedroom treetop deluxe bungalows and one-bedroom suites spread out across lush, well-manicured grounds. The food offering is a mix of buffet style and a la carte meals at Lotus Leaf restaurant, as well as the open-air demonstrative kitchen known as The Chef's Table, where the cooks flex their culinary muscles as they feature seasonal fresh ingredients.
Inside the bungalow-style cottages, the wooden furniture, Bali-esque detailing and plush bedding are inviting. Bathrooms are well appointed with his and her showerheads and high quality finishing. Balconies feature day beds with views of lush gardens and the protected wetlands area known as the Negril Morass.
Sunset at the Palms is set back from the sea on the opposite side of Norman Manley Boulevard, its private beach smack dab in the center of Bloody Bay, a two-minute walk from the lobby. A bar and grill on the beach ensure guests are well fed and watered, and a water sports center offers catamarans and windsurfing equipment. The property's tennis court and weight room are located on the morass side of the property, along with the swimming pool, heated whirlpool and lounge.
Sunset at the Palms guests arriving from the US and Canada can take advantage of VIP service with Club Mobay passes for fast tracked processing through customs and immigration at Sangster International Airport included in the hotel rate.