Editors' Note: This property was formerly Grand Lido Sans Souci
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March 23, 2006
From journal Grand Jamaica
Virginia Beach, Virginia
January 26, 2006
This resort is very beautiful. It also has a very secluded feel about it. The beach was a little on the small side, but the pool was nice, with the swim-up bar. The food was great, but I would have liked a little more variety. I believe they had three different restaurants. As for the activities, well, let's just say you have to use your imagination. They had a few organized events, but for the most part, I think they wanted you to relax and enjoy some peace and quiet. The room was spacious but lacking a view through all of the foliage surrounding the property. The bath was large with a two-person tub for soaking.
They offered many water activities, including a snorkeling trip off shore that we enjoyed very much. Our stay also included a couple of spa treatments, which we definitely took them up on! A couple massage on the edge of a cliff is not something you can partake in just any old time! All in all, it was a nice place, we didn't venture out into the countryside at all. It seemed a little dangerous to me. The bus ride (one and a half hours) to and from the resort was enough sightseeing in my book!
From journal Honeymoon
July 6, 2001
All of the rooms are suites and are brightly decorated with a separate bedroom area. Rooms have coffee maker, CD player, full bathroom with jacuzzi bath, hair dryer, and a living room with a siting area. 24 hour room service is also offered. There is extensive spa facilities; massages, manicures, mineral pool, body scrubs and facials.
There is a small main beach area and a larger/separate au natural beach area. There are a lot of water activities/instruction provided including scuba, snorkeling, sailing, and windsurfing. Tennis and golf are also included, as are weddings.
There are three a la carte restaurants, a buffet, and two clubhouses that offer 24 hours snacks and drinks.
Overall it is a very quiet resort. There is no disco, but there are bars located throughout the property.
From journal Montego Bay to Ocho Rios