Ya mon, Jamaica

Jamaican adventures with my lovely family at the Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall.

Every Thanksgiving, my family and I gather to travel abroad. We escape the potential thought of meeting family scattered across the nation as we continue flying to Jamaica every year.

Last year, we scheduled a trip to celebrate my parent’s anniversary at the new Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall. Due to a delayed opening, we instead made route to Secrets St. James (I have nothing to complain it’s a great resort) and rescheduled our visit to this year.

It’s my second visit to the property, which previously was owned by the Ritz Carlton.┬áThe renovations embody the Hyatt brand and name. It’s contemporary and scenic with a white-sand beach (an amenity the Ritz lacked).

More than 11 restaurants fill the property ranging from buffet-style meals, Asian inspired yakitori and even a Brazilian steakhouse.

The best feature though is the all-inclusive meals where waiters never expect tips. Guests can enjoy all-you-can-drink mimosas in the morning and cocktails at night. The freshest juices are squeezed for morning refreshments and top-shelf liquors are used all night.

I fell in love with my Gentle Monster sunglasses. They’re huge and pair perfectly with my sister’s Triangl bikini.


The perfect cover-up dress: my oversized Dimepiece LA Minnie Mouse tee. It’s easy to throw on and appropriate for a quick sit-down lunch. I threw on my Toyshades from Topshop; check out the whole collection. The sunglasses company offers affordable, quality glasses perfect for the beach.

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See below for a glimpse of live action!

Author: Just Souled Out

Justine is a sneakerhead, streetwear lover based in the greater Washington DC area. Follow her on JustSouledOut.com.

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