Whitehouse Jamaica

Whitehouse Jamaica is a small, unassuming village on the southwest coast of the island. Traditionally, the primary local economy of this town has been fishing. However, the opening of the Sandals Whitehouse European Village and Spa in 2005 has turned this quiet town into a popular island destination because this is one of the very popular Jamaica resorts.

Whitehouse Jamaica
Whitehouse Jamaica

One of the major attractions to Sandals Whitehouse Jamaica is its position within 500 acres of protected Jamaican wilderness. Typical Sandals opulence is surrounded with fertile mountains and clear waters, making this resort especially unique. It is normal to stroll the white sands of Whitehouse Beach, also known as Two Mile Beach, in isolation, without the usual commotion common to other beaches of Jamaica.

Sandals Whitehouse Jamaica is modeled after some of the most popular European destinations. There are three separate villages offering Italian, French, and Dutch architecture and charm. Rooms and villas meet the impeccable standards expected of Sandals resorts, including a view of the ocean, all-inclusive amenities, and in some cases, personal butler service. The grounds are modeled after Italian piazzas, complete with fountains and gardens.

Guests of Sandals Whitehouse are welcome to take advantage of the many activities offered by the resort. There are four pools to choose from, and the beach is fully stocked with complimentary chairs and towels. Water sports rentals include PADI-certified scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaks, and windsurfing. Other activities include beach volleyball, billiards, tennis, and aerobics classes. The resort’s guided tours whisk guests away to take in the beauty of Jamaica in unique ways, such as zip lining in the jungle and swimming with dolphins. Those wishing to fully relax can take in a massage at the Red Lane Spa. After a full day of relaxation, guests have seven restaurants throughout Sandals Whitehouse to choose from, including those serving Italian, Asian, and Parisian cuisines. Guests can also enjoy a nightcap at the piano bar or dance the night away at the nightclub.

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