Reasons to Visit:
- Lovely beachfront spot
- Kids programs including infant care
- Novelty pool fun, waterslides, watersports
- Minigolf, trapeze, rock-climbing
- Value pricing
When we visited several years ago, we found this resort (then known as Starfish) to be a big, busy, sometimes noisy kind of place. Though this resort isn't exclusively for families, guests with kids were a major part of the clientele.
My boys (12 and 9) especially enjoyed the minigolf and trapeze, waterslide, and playing "pool in the pool". The rock-climbing wall was another novelty; reaching the top was a challenge for an athletic 12-year-old.
Pools: This resort has a family pool, a sports pool, and a kids' pool with 124' waterslide*. It also has an 83' long adult water slide.
Wee kids will enjoy a seaside playground with swings, and the gentle, sandy beach. Also nice at the beach: guests can wade out to a little sandy island, with hammocks.
Kids Programs: A kids club takes kids up to age 12, including infants; activities are offered for several age groups, and teen activities are offered too. After-hours baby-sitting is also available.
Watersports include Hobie Cat sailing, windsurfing, kayaking (all with instruction), glass-bottom boat rides and banana boat rides. Scuba and jet skiing are offered at an extra cost.
Land fun includes tennis (with instruction), minigolf, and a basketball court. The Circus School activities include trapeze, trampoline class, juggling, and a rock-climbing wall. The kids club gets time on the trapeze and tramp.
Entertainment, Meals: As at most all inclusive resorts, guests can expect daily activities, multiple restaurants, and and evening entertainment such as live bands or theme dinners. Night-owls can head to Bubbles Disco (which also has earlier hours for kids and teens) or to a late-night piano bar.
The buffet restaurant serves three meals a day and the a la carte restaurant choices are Munahana, for Japanese dishes, and Casablanca (with dress code) for Italian and Jamaican specialties. The resort also has a poolside grill.
Breezes Trelawny is a value-priced resort, and often has Specials. Check the Superclubs site.
Out and About
Guests can conveniently take a number of tours. Very close to the resort is the Luminous Lagoon (a magical night boat ride and optional dip in a sea that sparkles with phosphorescent organisms). A popular day-trip is a visit to the Dunn's River Waterfall.
Keep in Mind about Breezes Trelawny Resort
- some guests comment that rooms are basic and need improvement. Check visitor comments for updates. (And remember, this is a value-priced resort.)
- a short walk from the resort is Bamboo Village, with dozens of little local craft shops.
- Walking in the other direction takes you to a popular local public beach.
- Visit the SuperClubs site (and be sure to check for Specials)
- Read recent visitor comments at TripAdvisor.com
- Check prices at Kayak.com
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