Best Place For Couples Massage In Runnaway Bay
by Soon to be Mrs. G
QUESTION about: Best Place For Couples Massage In Runnaway Bay
Can you recommend any places that offer Couples Massage on the beach?
I'll be there in November and would love to surprise my fiancé with a romantic day of relaxation!
We'll be staying around Runaway Bay, so preferably somewhere in that area. Thanks!ANSWER: by Shaniel Jackson, Feb 2016
Hi Mrs G!
You've chosen Runaway Bay! That's wonderful!
This area has steadily been developing since the 1960's when it was transformed from the Cardiff Hall Estates. Very clean... and hospitable.
One of the most recommended spas in the area is Jewels Resort Runaway Bay Radiant Spa.
They have some of the most exceptional masseuse. You may contact them at (1-855-617-2114). You can also make reservations online.
And just to let you know, Runaway Bay is famous also for attractions such as:
- The Green Gratto Caves
The largest and most exciting caves on the island.
- Seville Heritage Park,
Which was said to be the first Spanish settlement, and also the home of our annual Emancipation Jubilee to honour our ancestors.
- Cranbrook Flower Forest,
Which has variety of flowers along with a lovely stream that flows through the marvellous garden?
- Chukka Cove Adventures
Famous for their horseback riding.
Even though night life is a bit on the slow side here, the town is located within 25 mins of Ocho Rios
, the shopping and partying capital of the North Coast. So you can just hop across.
About Runaway Bay
- Falmouth and Montego Bay is approximately 50 mins away in the westerly direction.
- Bown's Town, located to the south will provide you the freshest Jamaican fruits and vegetables.
- The town is known for its water sports including scuba diving and snorkelling.
There are several coral reefs and wreck boats to explore.
- We have a number of schools and learning
institutions in our little town.
One that you may want to pay a visit is (HEART) Human Employment and Resource Training College of Hospitality Services.
It is government funded and offer a variety of hospitality courses; this institution graduates some of the best chefs every year.
I can attest to this as I am a past culinary student there as well.
Some of the most popular restaurants in Runaway Bay include:
- Flavours Restaurant and Bar
Dine on the beach or party under the stars.
- Sharkies Restaurant and Bar, located at the Fishermans' beach
It serves mouth watering seafood dishes as well.
- Northern Restaurant (Jerkies)
Provides a variety of traditional Jamaican dishes, including our famous Ackee and Saltfish, Curry Goat, Goat soup and some good old Jamaican jerk chicken.
- Mothers' Patties
Here you get one of Jamaica's premier patties, crunchy on the outside and filled with succulent beef on the inside.
- A Devon House outlet is also within the vicinity - about 15 mins walk in the west direction of Ms. Johnny’s Rx.
Here you will get a chance to indulge in rich and creamy Jamaican ice cream from a variety of flavours.
And if you have any interest in local sports, we have them here too!
Live cricket can be watched at the Noranda Sports Complex, located at Discovery Bay.
That's just about 10 minutes away from Runaway Bay town.
They also have night soccer matches. The area called Salem also offer soccer matches in the evenings and on Sunday afternoons.
I know I have given you a lot more than you asked, but I'm hoping that you and others will find this helpful.
Of course, we prefer to over deliver :-)
Shaneil Jackson, for My-Island-Jamaica.com
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