Sunset at the Palms opens doors to guests with new, fully upgraded design features -$100 of Rates through December-

NEGRIL, Jamaica: September 14, 2005—Sunset at the Palms—Jamaica’s newest chic and eco-friendly all-inclusive resort—just refreshed its
tranquil, tropical property with a total makeover, and is offering guests a $100 savings off rates. Whimsical stilt houses are scattered throughout the ten-acre tropical garden, bordering the Negril Royal Palm Preserve. Sixty-five “tree house-style” rooms once featured in “Architectural Digest”—are tucked among the flowers and towering trees, steps away from the azure sea. The
resort faces a pristine crescent beach, long ago dubbed “Bloody Bay” by the true Pirates of the Caribbean.

White drapes flutter over French doors in the airy guestrooms. Chic, Asian-inspired furnishings include gauzy linens, deep wood furniture and natural fibers. The sleek, modern bathrooms feature splendid slate tiles, chrome fixtures and glass-enclosed showers with four body jets and two showerheads. Daybeds on the balconies make you feel one with nature. Natural fabrics and furnishings add to the breezy island vibe.

Special rates, effective for travel through December 23, 2005 are $250 per room, per night in a Deluxe Treetop Room and $350 per room, per night for a One-Bedroom Suite. Single rates are $150 and $200 respectively. This is a $100 savings off regular rates. Rates include
accommodations with a private balcony, all meals, bar beverages, afternoon tea and late-night snacks, all non-motorized water sports, access to the tennis court, nightly entertainment, taxes, service charges and tipping.

Sunset at the Palms’ renewal includes new architectural landscaping; walking paths and winding river stone trails greet guests, while the scents of frangipani and jasmine fill the air. Whimsical gardens are standard as the on-site horticulturalist has carefully researched each and
every flora.

Birds sometimes swoop through the open-air lobby, now spiced by a hardwood and slate floor, and new furniture. The swim-up Bamboo Bar has been extended and enhanced, as has the Palm Grove Restaurant, an open-air dining pavilion serving first-rate, buffet-style cuisine.

In the evenings, guests can gather before dinner at the sweeping, new Martini bar carved from Caribbean purple heart wood and soak in the sounds of the soothing live piano music from the resort’s resident baby grand. Bartenders serve the resort’s signature Appleton Rum martini
garnished with a slice of Jamaican pineapple.

Guests enjoy homegrown fruit and bird watching amid the bull thatch and mango trees, plus paddle boating, kayaking, sunfish sailing and snorkeling. Other new activities for guests include guided nature walks, as well as cooking and beverage classes and a fully-equipped,
air-conditioned fitness centre with state-of-the-art Cybex equipment and aerobics/yoga room. Wedding ceremony packages are priced from US$700 and include all the trimmings.

About Sunset Resorts:

With more than 1,200 guestrooms in three of Jamaica’s leading resort areas, Sunset Resorts offers a range of all-inclusive vacation experiences for today’s traveler. The company’s flagship property, the 430-room Sunset Beach Resort & Spa, is located in Montego Bay and offers the ideal escape with a host of activities for singles, couples and families www.sunsetbeachresortjamaica.com). The 730-room Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort is located in Ocho Rios and features a host of services and facilities for a variety of guests. For more information, call a travel agent or 800-234-1707.