Lido resort sets a fast Negril pace

Lido resort sets a fast Negril paceNegril – Jamaica’s north coast playground, famed for its relaxed attitude, its sun and its fine beached, has a new resort that epitomizes the Negril attitude and offers a new standard of holiday enjoyment for guests of all ages.

The Grand Lido is located on a crescent of white sand beach.  It is an all-inclusive property that provides the quest which such a complete variety of amenities and activities and common wonder is, “How in the world do they do it?”

The SuperClub’s property was designed for people who demand perfection and attention to detail, I was told by the resident manager, Joe Issa, member of a family of hoteliers long active in the Caribbean.

Lying at anchor in the bay is the Grand Lido’s own yacht, the 147-foot Zein, formerly owned by Prince Rainier of Monaco and before him by the late Aristotle Onassis. Grand Lido guests use it for cruises and parties.

There are 200 deluxe ocean front rooms with direct dial phones, color TV, cassette entertainment system, luxury furnishings and convenient nearby beach clubs for refreshments.

Full menu service is available 24 hours a day. One can enjoy breakfast, lunch and a midnight buffet on an open terrace. Dinner is served at three specialty restaurants.

Light fare and drinks are always available at three 24-hour beach clubs. There is live entertainment each night.

There is a full range of sports, including swimming, tennis, sailing scuba diving and snorkeling, plus a fitness center and a beauty salon.

The inclusive price covers all!

For reservations call International Lifestyles at 800/885-8009. There are package vacations offered by tour operators, including Apple Vacations.