Jamaica's Strawberry Hill Unveils Executive Retreat Plan for Groups

IRISH TOWN, Jamaica -- Strawberry Hill, a resort located in Jamaica's Blue Mountain region, introduced an executive retreat program for groups.

The program is designed for executive meetings or incentives groups of as many as 20 people.

Mario Leon, director of sales at Island Outpost Inc. in Miami, said the program is part of an effort by the hotel to target small incentives groups and high-end corporate meetings business.

"It's truly the ideal setting for an executive retreat," he said.

Leon said the resort has booked recording-company executives looking for a quiet setting, and publishing companies have used the resort as a base for photo shoots.

Strawberry Hill has an impressive list of corporate meetings guests, including Price Waterhouse, IBM, Gillette and Shell Oil, according to the resort.

Groups booking an executive retreat program get exclusive use of the resort's conference facilities, which can hold as many as 30 people theater-style, 17 people boardroom-style and 24 people classroom-style.

The resort has overhead slide projectors, VCRs, cellular phones and fax machines.

The Jamaican Touring Society can take groups on guided hikes in the Blue Mountains.

Other nearby attractions are the Macanudo Cigar Factory and Alex Twyman's Old Tavern Blue Mountain Coffee Estate.

The inclusive plan includes accommodations, all meals, morning and evening coffee breaks, conference facilities and equipment, roundtrip transfers from Kingston airport and all taxes and gratuities.

Rates start at $375 per day, based on double occupancy, from April 16 to Dec. 14.

For more information, call (800) OUTPOST, or call the Island Outpost sales office in Miami at (305) 672-5254.

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