The Caves resort in Negril, Jamaica unveils a host of property refurbishments
PRESS RELEASE - 2008
Negril, Jamaica (February 14, 2007) - The Caves, Island Outpost's haven of sensual romance in Negril, Jamaica, is unveiling a host of property refurbishments. Upscale in-room extras, tantalizing menu gems and brand new facilities serve to maintain The Caves as a destination for the sophisticated traveler.
Dramatic cliffs, mesmerizing ocean views and unobtrusive service hold sway at The Caves. The volcanic cliff is honeycombed with grottoes, one for intimate dining, and another for a rendezvous in a bubbling hot tub. Coral reefs, cliff crags and lush Jamaican vegetation merge, crowned by a petite Aveda spa.
To tantalize gourmands, The Caves has introduced a premium managers' reserve wine list and premium coffee bar with fine Jamaican roasts, including Blue Mountain coffee. Food and beverage outlets have been upgraded with new equipment as well. In addition, a third cave will be used daily for massages and transformed in the evenings into the coolest rum and cigar bar in the Caribbean. Curious aficionados searching for a distinct flavor will enjoy various types of refined, blended and aged liqueur all-inclusive. Premium rums, single malts and cognacs, such as Louis XIII, along with premium cigars imported from all over the world in addition to the special introduction o The Caves' signature cigar, will also be available.
The Caves' ten handcrafted cottages are showing off a facelift. Repainted with re-worked soft furnishings, rooms are now equipped with full mini-bars and upgraded linens, welcoming guests to linger inside their rooms. Each cottage is unique, harmoniously blending local wood, stone and thatch. The furnishings reflect the same simple aesthetic: high ceilings soar above custom-made wood and bamboo, brightened by bold island colors.
The Caves' pool and pool deck area has been re-tiled and repainted. For those who prefer lounging out in the ocean, a floating sun deck has been added, allowing guests to drift serenely in the Caribbean Sea. The boutique will find guests shopping through an array of new gift sites, crafted by local artisans and designers, including a new line of swimsuits and sundresses by Mishale-Ann Campbell and wood carvings by Edward Barrett.
Rates for one-bedroom suites through December 22, 2007 start at $495 per night based on double occupancy. December 23, 2007 through January 1, 2008 start at $709.75 and January 2, 2008 start at $675 per night based on double occupancy. All rates include breakfast, lunch, dinner, house wine and spirits. Taxes and gratuities are additional. For reservations, call 1-800-OUTPOST.