As the name suggests, this resort is built around a perfect crescent-shaped sandy beach and is one of the Caribbean's longest established and much-loved resorts.
With a boutique atmosphere, its low-rise white-washed Georgian-style villas and cottages are dotted through beautifully landscaped gardens.
This is a place where you can do as much or as little as you please but do make the time to swim with dolphins at the resort's Dolphin Lagoon. As well as all the facilities you'd expect, there are a few that you wouldn't, like the equestrian centre with its own show jumping and dressage arenas. However, if that all sounds too energetic, you can always relax in the resort's enormous Fern Tree Spa.
Dining is a leisurely activity too, at all of the five restaurants, with The Seagrape Terrace making an ideal rustic breakfast and lunch setting, whilst the Sugar Mill restaurant is perfect for romantic dinners.
There's also a children's village, with planned activities for 3 - 12 year olds, meaning that you can take time for yourself, whilst your little ones have the times of their lives.
Montego Bay, 10 minutes transfer from Sangster International Airport.
197 rooms, suites and cottages as well as 4, 5, 6 and 7-bedroom private luxury homes, numbering 33 in total, each with private butler, cook and housekeeper, swimming pool and two golf carts.