The Rockhouse Hotel, stretching across the cliffs of Pristine Cove in Negril, comprises of 20 thatch roofed, octagonal villas of timber and stone and 15 more traditional style hotel rooms hidden amongst a jungle of exotic gardens. Lazy ceiling fans and large four-poster beds with mosquito netting reflect the laid back atmosphere. The cliffside freshwater pool was carved from solid rock, as were the ladders and stairs that lead down into Pristine Cove for swimming and snorkelling. The wood-hewn terraced restaurant and bar offers some of the best food in Negril, through a new more modern interpretation of traditional Jamaican cuisine, featuring the flavourful spice of curries and the sweetness of tropical fruits. The restaurant, suspended directly over the water, makes it one of the best places to watch the sun go down. The new Rockhouse Spa, featuring the cliff edge Caribbean Drench cabana, offers a full range of body and beauty treatments and Yoga in their new Yoga room overlooking the sea.
On the sun-drenched island of Haiti in the 80’s, foreigners idle away their vacations in the palm-fringed paradise of the beach hotels. Brenda, Ellen and Sue, three North American women, converge on the island looking for flirtation, relaxation and respite from their colorless jobs and marriages. They find what they are looking for in Legba an enigmatic local adonis whose beauty and passion has them enthralled. It is this passion that will lead them away from the guilded cage of tourism and will open their eyes to the poverty stricken and dangerous world of Haiti at the end of “Baby Doc” Duvalier’s notorious regime.
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