How are the rooms at Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

How are the rooms at Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

Entering our room Once again, it’s time to hold your breath as you view your spacious room and the beautiful view outside. Rooms vary, but ours had one king-sized bed and faced the beach.  We stayed in room 20916. (Decoding the room number, we stayed in building 2 of...
Moon Palace Jamaica Grande – what’s on the lower level?

Moon Palace Jamaica Grande – what’s on the lower level?

Heading to the lower level Taking the elevator to the lower level, you are faced with more dining choices.  Here you’ll find the Buccaneers Reef grand buffet, decorated with beautiful hanging “basket” style light fixtures and a food line that never ends.  Food was...
Outdoor activities at the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

Outdoor activities at the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

Outdoor areas In addition to the ever present palm trees, you could make an afternoon just wandering and looking at the flora and fauna around the resort.  Everything seems to thrive here. Outside the Playroom is the water playground for kids and the young at heart. ...
Concluding our tour of Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

Concluding our tour of Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

Concluding our tour Well, that concludes our “walking” tour of the property.  In a nutshell, is the property suitable for seniors? Yes, with some caveats.  Most of the property is handicapped accessible, but like any outdoor area, you’ll find areas like the beach...
Awe Spa at Moon Palace Jamaica Grande in Ocho Rios

Awe Spa at Moon Palace Jamaica Grande in Ocho Rios

If an all-inclusive resort is the King of resorts, then certainly a fabulous spa is the Queen of amenities.  Taking up a full 38,000 square feet of space, the largest spa on the island, the Awe Spa at the Jamaica Grande promises calming, stress relief and relaxation...
Maryland’s historic seaports blend history and luxury

Maryland’s historic seaports blend history and luxury

Checking out of the Lincoln Inn in Easton, we are heading off today to two of Maryland’s historic seaports – St. Michael’s and Oxford, MD.  Head north on 565 for a couple blocks and turn left (west) on Bay Street (Route 33) for about ten miles. We’re heading to The...