Royal Montego Bay Villa is a gorgeous, five-bedroom villa resting on a hillside 1,500 feet above sea level. The Jamaican villa's location gives its guests a dramatic view of Montego Bay. The estate itself has overlooked the Caribbean Sea since the 1940s.
The villa, built by Duke Marlborough, embraces the classic elegance of its original features, but incorporates modernity for a beautiful blend of the old and the new. The 7,200-square-foot villa resides on a 35-acre estate. Guests can stay in Drambuie's grand main house, its intimate cottage, or a hidden, separate bedroom for two.
The main house is accompanied by an expansive, wrap-around verandah furnished with wicker pieces. The verandah also has al fresco dining tables and a hammock perfect for a nap in the sunshine. Across the estate's verdant lawn, guests can jump into the private pool. The pool is 28 feet by 65 feet and surrounded by a beautiful deck. Sit at one of the tables shaded by a large, beach umbrella, or head for the cool air beneath the nearby shaded pavilion. At night, guests can admire the view of Montego Bay and the night sky through the villa's very own telescope.
The villa's main house is made of 18-inch thick, cut stone walls. Inside, tiles from England, Mexico, and South America cover the floor. Look up and you will see vaulted ceilings soaring up to 16 feet. Beneath the roof of the main house you can make yourself comfortable in the great room. Watch a movie on the 50-inch smart TV, enjoy the sound system, and play a game of chess, checkers, or backgammon. Graceful French doors lead directly out onto the villa's verandah. The main house also includes a powder room, kitchen, butler's pantry, and bedroom.
The kitchen, staffed by a skilled chef, produces specialty dishes such as Lobster Thermidor, crepes, quesadillas, banana pudding, key lime pie, and more. Dine at the formal table or take your meals out to the verandah's al fresco tables. The delicious meals only taste better when paired with the breathtaking panorama.
The bedroom in the main house is dominated by an antique, king-size four-poster bed. The room also has a mahogany desk with a computer and a 40-inch flat screen TV. The en-suite bathroom features a double vanity, bidet, walk-in shower, and sunken bathtub.
Guests can take a tiled path from the main house to the Royal Montego Bay Villa cottage. The cottage has its own furnished verandah and three of the villa's bedrooms. Each of the cottage bedrooms has a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a bathtub and shower combination. The rooms have connecting doors, which can be opened for family use or locked for privacy.
The final bedroom on the Royal Montego Bay Villa is separated from the cottage by nine steps. This private hideaway has a verandah with a breakfast table, a hammock, and a sitting area. The bedroom has 12 doors that open out onto the verandah. Inside, guests can sleep in the comfort of a queen-size bed and use the en-suite bathroom with combination shower and bathtub. This intimate gem overlooks a spectacular ravine.
The five-bedroom villa is staffed by the chef, a butler, housekeeper, laundress, gardeners, and night watchman. A fulltime private driver is also available to take guests out and about in an air-conditioned van. Inside the villa, guests can enjoy air-conditioned bedrooms, six cable TVs, a pool table, ping pong, croquet, games, and internet access.
Royal Montego Bay Villa guests not only have access to all the villa's amenities, but they also have membership to the nearby Montego Bay Yacht Club. Guests can enjoy the club's pool, its tennis courts, and a children's play area. Guests can also enjoy the Hard Rock Café Beach Club, which is just a short walk from the Montego Bay Yacht Club.
Journey to Royal Montego Bay Villa to indulge in its luxuries and the natural beauty of Jamaica!