The most basic and economical of the three neighboring all-inclusive Iberostar properties in the Montego Bay area, the lively Iberostar Rose Hall Beach attracts a mix of families, couples, and singles. Its two neighbors are the more upscale Iberostar Selection Rose Hall Suites (Baa1) and the adults-only Iberostar Grand Rose Hall (Aa2), the Grand Rose Hall being the definitive best of the three. Rose Hall Beach guests don’t have full access to the amenities of the two neighboring properties (though the reverse is true), but some features such as the spa, fitness center, and casino are fully shared between the three. The grounds can be crowded and loud at peak times of year, the restaurants aren’t quite as good as those at the sister properties (and there are fewer to choose from), and the rooms have some noticeably dated elements for the price range; but the resort offers one of the very best beaches in the Montego Bay area, a nice spa with hydrotherapy and outdoor treatments (and a juice bar), a large infinity pool with a nice swim-up bar, a strong fitness center with spinning and Pilates, and two separate kids clubs (“Monkey” for ages 4-7 and “Dolphin” for ages 8-12). Rooms come with balconies or terraces, ceiling fans, and re-stocked minibars; many have excellent ocean views. Activities include parasailing, scuba diving (Dressel Divers is on-site), beach volleyball (on a great court), Hobie Cat sailing, kayaking, tennis (three quality courts), yoga classes, and evening shows.
Free COVID-19 antigen tests are available on-site for all guests returning to the United States. PCR tests are also offered for a fee.