Christmas comes but once a year! A time to spread that festive cheer! Here a Round Hill to show we care, we design a unique card every year!
At Round Hill, paradise is found, experiences become lasting memories and guests become family. As a part of our commitment to creating exceptional memories, Round Hill continues to build on traditions that our valued guests have come to love. One of these is the mailing and distribution of personalized Christmas cards each & every year.
A very detailed project that requires all hands on deck, preparation for this highly anticipated keepsake begins as early as August. Here’s how it goes:
First, the unique design for the year is selected and sent off for international production.
Once they return to the property, the cards are all individually signed by members of the Executive Committee and Management Team:
Then, the cards are shipped internationally to be mailed across the US, UK and Canada.
See below for some of our most recent and favourite Round Hill Christmas cards:
Then, there are the classics:
This year, we celebrate the hardworking Tennis team who cater to our the tennis enthusiasts offering a game of mixed doubles or participating in a Round Robin tournament. Our Tennis team also offers private lessons for children and adults alike.
Book our exclusive Stay & Play Tennis Package and enjoy unlimited games of tennis at Round Hill’s five tennis courts and a lesson with tennis pro, Calvin James. A staple of the property for over 29 years, beginning his career working with tennis superstars such as Donald Budge and Todd Davis at the All American Sports group. Surrounded by natural beauty, you’ll find playing tennis in Jamaica one of the greatest ways to enjoy the game.
Prices for the Stay & Play Tennis Package start from $409 per person for a one-night stay in a Villa Garden Junior Room.
For more information or to book, call 1-800- 972- 2159.
(L-R) Oneil Kerr, Kevin Kerr, Steve Bailey, Jevian Gordon, Calvin James, Ronion Wauchope, Ian Lyttle and “Sammy” Ellis.
Did you make it to the nice or naughty list this year? We’d love to hear from you. Comment below and tell us what you think about our Round Hill Christmas card tradition.