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Jamaica


JEWEL DUNN’S RIVER BEACH RESORT & SPA ZZZZ 7, 9 OR 14 NIGHTS


ADULT ONLY


FLEXIBLE STAYS AVAILABLE


The Hotel 3250 rooms 32 swimming pools 36 restaurants 35 bars 3Outdoor hot tubs 3Range of watersports 3Tennis 39-hole golf course 3Spa 3Beach towels


The Rooms 3Garden view 3Patio or balcony 3Air-conditioning 3Satellite TV 3CD player 3Mini-bar 3Coffee & tea facilities 3Hair dryer 3Iron/board


Optional Jamaican Adventures 3Catamaran Cruises 3Dunn’s River Falls 3Mystic Mountain 3Jungle canopy tour 3Nine Miles reggae experience


3Swim with dolphins


Jamaica is a superb holiday destination with a succession of wonderful beaches lapped by the gentle Caribbean, and a tropical interior bursting with natural wonders. The island is a real melting pot of cultures reflecting its Spanish and British colonial past, while Bob Marley’s reggae and today’s rappers mean Jamaica is never quiet!


Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa (formerly Sandals Dunn’s River) re-opened in 2010 after a $7 million refurbishment. It offers a luxurious All-inclusive product that makes it almost impossible to tear yourself away from the resort, which has everything from watersports and outdoor hot tubs to golf and tennis. The Spa also offers a range of optional treatments.


As its name suggests, it’s close to Jamaica’s top attraction, the spectacular ‘terrace’ of Dunn’s River Falls.


This adult-only, completely All-inclusive resort is really impressive. The resort is set on Mammee Bay, with its own pristine, private beach.


Superb facilities at this large resort include The Falls pool with a choice of rafts and lounge chairs, the swim-up Sunken Treasure Bar and a pool concierge service (spritz of cool water Madam?).


You can even watch a ‘dive-in movie’ one evening, while floating in the pool. Jasper’s Chillin Pool is a little quieter, with a bridge to the island bar in the centre, and evening jazz sessions.


There is a host of dining options, from the fire-oven pizza to the 24-hour beach grill with its menu of cocktails, burgers and freshly made snacks. The Coral Café spreads great buffet breakfasts and lunches, and offers authentic West Indian menus at night. You can even opt for white-gloved Platinum Setting fine dining!


Rooms boast colonial-style mahogany four-posters, tiled floors, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV, tea and coffee-making facilities and a mini-bar filled with water, juice and soft drinks every day. The luxurious bathroom is stocked with all the smellies you could want! Rooms with a sea view available at a supplement of £16 per night.


We have four group departure dates to Jamaica this winter, each one Hosted by a Friendship Travel team member who ensures that, whatever you feel like doing day by day, we can all get together round one table each evening for dinner – and remember the hotel has a superb all- inclusive package, which means we can relax and really enjoy ourselves.


See for yourself View our video footage of Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa at www.friendshiptravel.com


66 Sfriendshiptravel.com !0289 446 2211


EARLY BOOKING OFFER Save 15% off your accommodation costs when booked by 30 May.


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