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 seek the convenience of paying for everything on a single bill. There are several explanations why these plans are successful. For instance, they can be the easiest way to accurately predict the cost of your vacation. Click on each of them to compare their dining options, amenities, and activities.
For those searching to enjoy a lively late-night scene, Franklyn D. Resort is one spot you might want to think about. Franklyn D. Resort & Spa features spacious, air-conditioned, one-, two- and three-bedroom suites housed in eight low-rise buildings of distinct Tuscan-style architecture. They're located on Main Street.
View this table to read more about all-inclusives around the area, that can be found in and around the area.
|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|
|White Bay, 3.3 mi. East of Central Falmouth|
Keep in mind that each location is different. Make sure you find out what is included with your room rate to avoid disappointments and save on unwelcome additions to your final bill.
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