Though most travelers and critics would agree the property does not rank among the most luxurious of resorts in Jamaica, it does offer much of the same thing that other all-inclusive destinations offer and does so more affordably.
This property was formerly the Sunscape Splash resort, which was formerly The Seawinds, so it dates back a while. To that end, guests will immediately note that the architectural design harkens back to the early 80s with its dual towers hotel-like layout. However, with most resorts in the Caribbean offering ‘resort’ experiences, this property has been updated considerably in order to compete and is now considered to be a 4-star resort.
As for accommodations, there are two 10-story towers — Sunrise and Sunset — containing 430 recently renovated rooms offering unforgettable views of your choice of the poolscape or the Caribbean. Standard rooms are clean and comfortable, decorated in lively island hues and each unit has a balcony that oversees the beauty as well as the action of the grounds below. Standard rooms include LCD flatscreen TVs, a coffee maker, and a sofa bed. There is also free wi-fi available in all rooms. Each unit is attractive and well maintained. If a standard room is too cramped for a family vacay, the resort also offers some suites.
Sunset Beach Resort features an on-site waterpark for the kids, complete with a vibrant pirate ship making this a highlight of the property, especially for families. There is also a spa and fitness center, yoga, a games room, mini-golf, tennis courts, non-motorized watersports, a nightclub, and a casino.
For dining purposes, free continental breakfast is included. Onsite restaurants are available, along with a coffee shop, a poolside bar, and room service.