Thanks for your inquiry about our Jamaica trip in December. It was fantastic! The Sunset at the Palms is a very small resort (85 units) but was exactly the type of setting we were hoping for to rest & relax. The daily temperature in Jamaica while we were there was 88, so it was a rude awakening to return to Kansas at 28 degrees. One of the perks SATP offers on arrival (only) is the Club MoBay benefit. At the end of the sky-bridge, a Club Mobay representative was waiting for us. We were whisked through immigration & were waiting in the baggage claim area in less than 15 minutes. The wait for those without this benefit was 60 to 90 minutes. Once we picked up our bags, we were escorted to customs where we bypassed another waiting line. We then went to the Club MoBay lounge, where we were greeted with cold towels, rum punch & snacks. We waited in the lounge while another rep made contact with our transportation to the resort. There was a small glitch at this point, as we had booked Kenroy's Tours for round trip transfers, however one of his vehicles was stranded in Ocho Rios with mechanical difficulties. Kenroy quickly arranged for a substitute driver & even made contact with us enroute to the resort. We did not get one of the room numbers that we had requested, but our room was in a quiet area which was what we were wanting. The resort had a large wedding party there at the same time so that may have had something to do with our placement. We were not upset with where we were located. Something that is unique at SATP is that the units are only two rooms to a building & are up on 10 foot stilts. This gives guests the feeling of being in a tree house in the jungle. The rooms are not fancy but are quaint & comfortable. The rooms are equipped with mosquito netting over the bed but we never found it necessary to use it. Each room enters from the opposite end, so you do not encounter the adjoining guests. There's a small deck with bistro table, 2 chairs & a day bed. A mini-fridge is refreshed daily with water, soda & Red Stripe beer. There is a small, flat screen TV in the room but signal is definitely not HD. However, it was a non-issue, as we were not there to watch television! The grounds were lush & green. There were staff members grooming throughout the day to keep it immaculate. Lots of hummingbirds & geckos. Sunset at the Palms is located across the road from Bloody Bay, which is a beautiful cove where the beach is protected from the surf, making it ideal to swim, kayak, paddle board, etc... We had an average 3 minute walk from our room to the beach. There is a crossing guard that stops traffic for you to cross the road. Some may think this was a disadvantage but we did not find it to be so. Unlike our trips to Hawaii & Mexico, the water at this beach was extremely calm. Everyday was a 'green flag' day, which is why we vacation at the ocean. The beach property included bathrooms, a bar & a grill. Life guards met you at the beach & carried chaise loungers where ever you wanted to sit; sun or shade. You were given a flag to hoist in the sand when you needed a beverage delivered to you. The grill had great food such as jerk chicken & grilled red snapper. Also, amazing jerk cheese fries & fresh nachos! Most days we spend 5 to 10 hours at the beach, not needing to go back for lunch due to the bar & grill. We enjoyed the buffet restaurant every day at breakfast, particularly the omelet station. For a small resort, they still offered plenty of food choices. Each evening, the buffet had a different theme: Jamaican, Mediterranean, BBQ, etc... The causal dress & atmosphere was a definite plus for us. There are two restaurants that require reservations & resort elegant dress. We tried the Chef's Showcase, which is outdoors & limited to 12 couples. It was good but required quite a bit of time for all of the courses to be served. We did not make it to the Lotus Leaf, which was the only indoor dining establishment. There was a large jacuzzi & small pool with a swim-up bar. Lots of lounge chairs & other seating available. Entertainment provided nightly in this area - bands, DJ or karaoke. There are spa services available (of course, not part of all inclusive) where we enjoyed a very relaxing couples massage. We did not leave the resort for any excursions, but there were many things available right on site. We chose to para-sail one afternoon, which was amazing! You could also ski, go fishing, board a sunset cruise, & many other things right from our beach. Snorkeling gear was available, but as there is no reef there, you do not see the brightly colored fish. However, you could see crabs, lobster & jack fish. Most days, rays of all different sizes would make their way thru the swimming area. In the evening, star fish appeared in the area as well. SATP has awesome staff! We never encountered even one that was not happy & helpful. They all spoke to you in passing & occasionally broke out into spontaneous song & dance. Kenroy picked us up at the resort & got us promptly to the airport. He was extremely apologetic about the snafu at our arrival but we realized it was just one of those things that happens sometimes. We would not hesitate to use his services again. We were so impressed with the Club MoBay arrival services, that we booked the return services through the resort. Although it is a nice feature, we did not think it was nearly as beneficial on departure so probably wouldn't go that route again. We would absolutely recommend Sunset at the Palms to those interested in visiting Jamaica for R&R, beautiful grounds & beach, attentive staff & casual dining atmosphere. We attached a few pictures. The first is of the "tree house" units. Second, gorgeous sunset. Third, swim-up pool bar. Next, our king bed with mosquito netting. Last but not least, beach view & para-sailing. Thank you for assisting us in booking this vacation. We've enjoyed all three trips that Love to Travel has helped us arrange. We are already dreaming about a fourth beach get-away, maybe to Dominican Republic or St. Maarten this time!