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I like the staff they were very helpful and nice the place was clean I also in joy the food
The stay was great! 2nd trip...much nicer than the 1st time will definitely go back...food was ok , good mixture of culture. The ackee and salt fish was superb - tasted home cooked. I was annoyed that the entertainer performed the Jamaica's National anthem with their hands behind their back - they should know better, they are Jamaican and should show the world the correct thing. As a Jamaican Teacher I was seriously annoyed.
Great service, food was surprisingly delicious and plentiful is an understatement. Several of the reservation only restaurants that I went to were very good as well. Easy to get to, lots of excursions. Very helpful and friendly staff. I would stay again. it's a tough one. I probably would've enjoyed more musical variety but i'm kind of grasping at straws to be honest.
Everything here was amazing! We came for our honeymoon and stayed 7 days, we walked around the first day to see everything, but spent the rest of the days on the beach. There are tons of 'out of the way' places if you want to be alone, and tons of pathways through the woods connecting all the buildings. The food was really good, we wish we would have known that they change the menus on Sundays; there are 3 restaurants for dinner so if you're going for a week or more, make it go over a weekend so you can get a menu change. It was a long ride from the airport, but the driver will tell you about the island so it goes by quickly. If you're going to go snorkeling, which we definitely recommend, go on the glass bottomed boat tour first since they tell you what each part of the reef is. There is wifi in the rooms which we were able to pick up on our smartphones, but sometimes it could be slow. The beach bar stays open until 10 pmish, so if you don't want to go all the way up the hill to the m...
This was our 4th stay at CSS and w've never been disappointed. The grounds are gorgeous; the people are welcoming; this place is paradise. Complaints about dated rooms must be from people who aren't looking at the sunsets, the foliage, the skies... The rooms are immaculate. What more could you want from a room. You go to Jamaica for the beach, the food, the people, the sun. We'll be back next year and can't wait.
Visited mid-December 2010 and had a great time. The food was plentiful and delicious and the amenities were great. The staff was very helpful, prompt, and courteous. We got a great suite, but knowing there was a better one, we requested a move. They obliged and we were tickled pink happy. My only (minor) beef was that the new room didn't have a complete set of remotes, towels, drinks, etc, so we had to be calling room service to get the basic stuff. But their service was prompt and we didn't let that bother us. Only left the resort for Dunns Falls, which I do not recommend. It was just a tourist trap. We were handed to a couple of 'guides' who basically pushed our group up the falls. But if you do decide to go, do get the rental rubber shoes (they make you get them anyway). Back to the resort, highly recommended. Even the room service food was great (get the gazpacho and the Mediterranean appetizer!). The resort is very green and with lots of places to just hang out, just the two of yo...
My wife and I were impressed with the boutique feel of the Plantation though it is part of the Sandals chain. Never felt crowded and the facilities felt authentic. The best food we've ever had at an all inclusive. A few earlier reviews claimed the rooms were worn but we felt our room and all the public spaces were clean and not dated at all. We are beach bums and loved the west beach. The butler service was ok though certainly not as good as butler services at other resorts. Some of the food staff could use more hospitality training.