The idea of the all-inclusive resort was born in Jamaica, and although Falmouth is not as busy as some of the island's other cities, there are still several of these style properties in town.
Some travelers love the convenience of an all-inclusive package. There are multiple reasons why these plans are popular. For instance, they offer the ultimate in budgetary convenience. Click the links to each of them for more details and information, including amenities, activities, food and more.
For travelers wanting to stay somewhere with a lively bar scene, Franklyn D. Resort is one location you may want to think about. A tropical retreat for the whole family, Franklyn D. Resort & Spa is an all-inclusive, beachfront boutique hotel that includes everything from meals and drinks to activities, all for one standard rate. They are located on Main Street.
A destination located on the water's edge that merits your consideration is Royalton White Sands. There are 352 luxury rooms offering either an ocean or garden view. Each room features a balcony, high speed internet, cable television, and a mini bar. Find them on Highway A-1.
A handful of all-inclusives around the area, that can be found in and around the area are listed in the following table.
|Name||Phone Number||Star Rating||Location|
|Franklyn D. Resort||(876) 973-4592||
|3.0 mi. East of Central Falmouth|
|Iberostar Grand Hotel Rose Hall||--||
|7.4 mi. West of Central Falmouth|
|Iberostar Rose Hall Beach||(888) 923-2722||
|9.4 mi. West of Central Falmouth|
|Iberostar Rose Hall Suites||(876) 680-0000||
|7.3 mi. West of Central Falmouth|
|Royalton White Sands||(800) 780-5733||
|White Bay, 3.3 mi. East of Central Falmouth|
Each location may have different amenities included in the price of your stay, so check ahead to make sure each has the right package deal to meet your specific travel needs.
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