Live the resort
Palladium was not only a good hotel - it had life.
Day and night we noticed that all the staff gave their best to please. And they did!
They were only a few, but with great enthusiasm, the animation team kept the hotel moving day and night.
Funny, and very nice the way they "dragged" people from the bars to the discotheque in their closing time.
The resorts mean a heavy investment, most of it in... beaches.
here is too much artificial details in some of the visited beaches, with the hotels trying to control the coast.
That was clearly seen in Palladium hotel, with sand moving from place to place, and plastic canvas not yet totally hidden below the sand.
The work is not aggressive to the landscape, but the final result still misses some... authenticity.
After a few travelling decades, I agree that no one in the world matches the Spanish professionalism organizing mass tourism.
It was no surprise, finding this new Jamaican resorts led by Spanish, copying exactly the same techniques used in Spain to please the guests.
The concentration of Spanish and Portuguese guests made us feel sometimes like being in Torremolinos or Benidorm