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Tryall Club in Jamaica celebrates debut of New Luxury Beach Club

The award-winning Jamaican resort, Tryall Club has announced the opening of its new luxury Beach Club following a multi-million dollar upgrade and renovation.

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The US$9.2 million dollar project transformed the property’s secluded beachfront to introduce a new destination for guests and villa owners to relax, dine and socialize in a stunning oceanfront setting.

The Tryall Club is one of the Caribbean’s legacy resorts, featuring 84 sumptuous private villas, each one completely distinct in design and layout. Renowned Interior Designer, Tom Scheerer led the design of the beach club, complemented by the work of Key West-based landscape architect, Craig Reynolds.

Through their vision, the Beach Club celebrates the classic elegance of the Caribbean, while showcasing the natural beauty of the lush tropical landscape that surrounds the 2,200-acre property. Features of the Beach Club include an expanded private beach, new infinity pool and lounge area, a Beach Bar & Grill including a wood-fired pizza oven operated by an authentic pizzaiolo from Italy, a Beach Boutique, Tour Desk, and new venues for oceanfront weddings and private gatherings.

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A new beach club for generations to come

The beach club has completely reimagined the seafront setting of The Tryall Club. Towering palm trees and lush greenery perfectly frame the beach club entrance, leading guests out to the stunning family pool and expansive terrace perched above the beach and boasting stunning panoramic coastal views.

At the center of the terrace sits the 4,329-sq. ft. infinity pool outfitted with glistening jade mosaic tiles to look as if the pool is an extension of the ocean. This is complemented by seafoam green-cushioned chaise lounges and pink and white umbrellas surround the pool and provide an eye-catching contrast to the tropical blue hues of the Caribbean Sea.

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According to the designers, a naturalistic landscape walls lead down to the private beachfront, which has been expanded by more than 100 feet. Guests can linger along the shore while relaxing in the plush chaise lounges, play in the sand or explore the waterfront with new activities ranging from Hobie Cats catamarans and stand-up paddle boards, to parasails and kayaks, and inflatable banana boats.

The club’s new Beach Boutique and Tour Desk sit adjacent to the family pool offering the best of both worlds in customer service and hotel shopping. The beach boutique offers a refined selection of resort wear, gifts and treats available for purchase, while the tour desk provides curated waterfront and off-the-beaten-path adventures for guests to book.

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The activities lawn and sand volleyball court sit at the opposite end of the pool deck playing host to special games, events and sport matches for guests. Oceanfront dining and event venues should prove to be winner among the guests with the management team being confident that the changes that have been made would find satisfaction with their clientele.

The beach club’s new beach bar and grill introduces a relaxed yet stunning gathering spot for The Tryall Club’s guests and owners to socialize over small bites, creative cocktails, and unforgettable views. Located above the beach and facing the sea, the interior of the beach bar was fashioned by Scheerer in shades of pink and seafoam green.

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Leading the culinary team at the Beach Bar & Grill is an authentic pizzaiolo from Italy, Marco Borgiani. The pizzas are made fresh in a wood-fired oven with a selection of flavors to choose from. In addition to the grill, guests can have the pizzas delivered to their villa via the new pizza delivery service.

Looking ahead

The Tryall management team is promising that the summer of 2020 will see creation of a new beach restaurant and bar located along the waterfront just east of the beach club, followed by updates and improvements to members spaces and staff areas within the historic Great House, which dates from 1834.