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The Tryall Club celebrating Jamaica's 50th anniversary

Karma Bay Villa

Courtesy of The Tryall Club

August 6th marks Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence and to celebrate, The Tryall Club is offering special rates to visitors. The island’s largest luxury villa resort, The Tryall Club can be enjoyed for 5 nights, with the 6th and 7th night free.

Complete with private chef, housekeeper, gardener, and butler, each of the unique villas are perfect for even the most discerning traveler. From 2- to 7-bedrooms, the lap of luxury can be found within the resort, with several of the villas participating in the buy 5 get the 6th and 7th night free.

Rates begin at $2,357/week for a deluxe 2-bedroom villa; perfect for groups of friends, couples or family retreats. 2-bedroom villas are perfect for honeymooners or anniversaries, while the oceanfront Sunset Villa and Bumpers Nest are 3-bedroom accommodations. The brand new 7-bedroom Twin Palms Villa leaves guests wanting to move into the luxury resort, while the 4-bedroom Karma Bay overlooks the lapping tides on the beach.

Previously a sugar plantation, The Tryall Club is set on 2,200 acres of pristine Caribbean real estate. 86 villas in all for rent, each is home to a distinctive design and character. With everything from surfing competitions to the Jamaica Festival being help in honor of the benchmark anniversary,  The Tryall Club is the place to stay while on island. To learn more, visit www.tryallclub.com.

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Lolita Villa
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The Tryall Club from the air
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Beautiful vistas at Tryall Club

Chad Chisholm

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