This hotel was awarded a place on the Condé Nast Traveler's Gold List for 2013, so you know you’re in for a treat...
This luxury hotel is tucked away on top of a rocky outcrop, and looks out over a spotless white beach. The sea views are second to none – and you get to enjoy them whichever room you’re staying in.
There are four pools here. And dining is a real pleasure, with options including a gourmet venue and a beach grill. Beyond the hotel, Ocho Rios – home to Dunn’s River Falls – is about a 10-minute drive away.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand and premium-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Minibar. Snacks at set times.
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Charlie's Spa takes its name from the sea turtle that used to swim in the mineral spring grotto that bubbles up beneath the resort. The spa is a tropical retreat with cabanas overlooking the sea. Book in for treatments like a Couples Body Scrub and Polish, a Bridal Bliss Package, hot stone therapy or a mani-pedi.
4 outdoor pools
There's a choice of four outdoor pools here with three whirlpools. Sun terraces with shaded areas, dotted with sunloungers and parasols, make the ideal place to relax.
Bella Vista Jamaican à la carte restaurant
It's here that you can sample traditional Jamaican cuisine. The restaurant is closed on Tuesday and Friday evenings.
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suite with limited sea view
These stylish suites with a limited sea view sleep two. They come with a king-size bed, a ceiling fan, sitting area, in-suite dining, flatscreen satellite TV, iPod docking station, iron and board, bathrobes and nightly turndown service.
suite with sea view
These stylish suites with a sea view sleep two. They come with a king-size bed, a ceiling fan, sitting area, in-suite dining, flatscreen satellite TV, iPod docking station, iron and board, bathrobes and nightly turndown service.
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This was our first, and so far only, trip to Jamaica. As an American always keep yiur guard up as the country can be dangerous. This was a stunning property but not for those that want fls t land. Ifv you are obese or handicapped you Will find great difficulty traversing the property. Take only taxis recommend by the hotel for your safety. Jerk meat and coffee sre incredible. Rooms hsve ocean views and Jacuzzis. Truly wonderful for couples. Uou are not supposed to tip bit we fif. Service is amazing and deserves it. The UV rays are intense so use sunscreen often. Ifcyou aren't accustomed to full nudity either adapt or stay where clothes are required. It's a shock at first and ssw my husband says you must take the good with the bsd. Beautiful resort just remember the strenuous walking. More
Will be a 5 star resort after room upgrades!
We had a great vacation with a group of 10 friends from the Midwest! Our trip was put together for us by Mitch from TripGuy.com. Mitch is great to work with and has set us up on many of our vacations. PROS: The grounds and beach are beautiful and kept very clean. The rooms are very large and always clean. The resort is the perfect size with about 150 rooms. The beach is not so big that you are far from the bathrooms or a cold drink but plenty of chairs and shade. Free water sports, including a snorkling excursion to an off shore sunken ship. The food was fantastic no matter where we ate. The buffet was better than most that we have eaten at, I am guessing because of the smaller size of the resort. We had great wait staff all week! Q and Brian are awesome bartenders, Courtney was a very attentive server in the restaurants and Phillip greeted us with the nicesest smile at the buffet every morning! Milton and George kept us entertained all day and night and Darron, from the water activities, sang to us on our sea excursions. He is a fantastic singer and should have a job in entertainment for sure! There is a nude beach on this property. We did not partake in this option but I can tell you that it seemed to be a very popular option as our "clothed" beach and pool area were not very crowded. We could hear lots of fun being had at the other beach. Made us wonder what we were missing over there. We did go to the Sunset Beach (Nude beach area) in the evening for activities but clothing was required. It is a beautiful beach and pool, maybe even better than the main beach and pool area. CONS: The biggest downside to this resort for us was the drive from the airport to the resort. It is a 2 hour drive in a 15 passenger bus. We were "strong armed" into tipping the luggage handlers who were putting our luggage into the bus at the airport. They wouldn't even let us onto the bus until we gave them a few bucks. Besides being a long ride, the ride to the resort was uneventful, with one bathroom/water stop midway. I wish I could say the same for the ride back to the airport at the end of the week. We had a very aggressive driver who put all of our lives in danger more than once by passing on curves with oncoming traffic and high rates of speed. There was even a road rage incident! I am hoping this is not the norm and was just a bad driver named Vincent from Juta Tours. As for the resort, the rooms are in need of a decor update but I understand that they have a total resort update planned for later this year. Yes, there are many stairs...everywhere. If you can't do stairs, maybe is not the resort for you. We had a wonderful time with our friends and look forward to trying out some other Couples resorts. Enjoy your vacations! More
Ekstromfyra, North Aurora, Illinois
This was our second visit to couples sans souci. we had a sea view room with balcony well worth the little extra. The food is excellent but l have to say not as good as the previous visit,but we where told the chef had move to tower isle. The staff are amazing and the new martini bar is brilliant. The entertainment is not the best if l am honest and finishes early. This resort seems to cater for the slighly older couples.More
lesleyg647, Bedford, United Kingdom
We came to Jamaica and we're staying 5 days in sans souci, 5 days at Tower isle and 5 days at Couples Negril, so we got a real feeling of all three at the same time. Sans Souci was the nicest resort of the 3. We had booked the Penthouse suite. The room had 2 rooms well decorated, private and had a huge balcony. The suite had 2 bathrooms, 2 French doors to the balcony, one in each room, and the layout was great. We really enjoyed the huge balcony, about 10 by 40 !!! We had out there 2 nice long chairs, a table and chairs, which we would eat our breakfeast at. The in room menu for breakfeast was basic, but we would call room service and order, eggs, bacon, fruits and they would bring up what we asked, this was a plus. The mini bar was filled daily and we had 4 big bottles of booze on the counter. The only thing was we always had to order ice,, in the other 2 resorts, they were filled daily. The resort had many stairs to get around, which is its draw back, but due to its lushness and layout, everyone was spread out, no crowds. The food here was good, limited, but was the worst of the three that we stayed at. The wine list here was the cheapest of the 3. I could not understand why the same bottle of Chardenay here was $13, at Tower Isle was $22 and at Negil was $29!!!!! Another wine was $36 here, 43 at Tower and even more at negril. Same bottle of wine, same hotel chain, same country!! As for the au naturel section, it had a nice pool, a nice hot tub, and huge beach and its own food. The beach tho had lots of rocks in the water. Probably the least favorite of the three hotel, but it was nice, just we preferred the atmosphere at the Tower Isle, and the beach at Negril. See the reviews of the 2 other ones. One complaint, we were kicked out of our room without knowing, the staff were drinking our beer in our room, we found 3 empty can, emptied our soft drinks and took our bottles of booze.More
Sans Souci Paradise!
Just returned from our second trip to Couples Sans Souci, and it once again exceeded our expectations. This is probably the most beautiful setting you will ever find, yes there are a lot a steps (we counted 182 to our room on top floor at G-Block), but after dining at Cassanova and the most excellent food they serve there (and the other restaurants) we needed the exercise!! ... and the walk up from the beach to G-Block is spectacular. We requested a room in G-Block since we love the views and privacy. We were originally given G9 but it was close to Balloon Bar. Next morning they moved us to G13 and it was perfect. The resort is beautiful, but its the staff and their attention to detail that really make this place remarkable, special thank you to all the wonderful people who call Sans Souci home every day and make this place to truly magicalMore
DomandSonia, Ottawa, Ontario
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