The essence of Villa Ronai is the unique beauty of its exotic plant life, topography, architecture and art filled gardens, as well as the rain forestlike lushness of the 9 acre property. Its tranquility and almost surrealness, lends itself to mental, physical and spiritual rejuvenation, the sort of holistic experience popular with locals and tourists alike.
Restored by Pulse Chairman Kingsley Cooper in the 1990s, the company has been careful to develop the property in a manner that maintains and enhances its aesthetics, so meticulously created by three generations of the Ronai family, who came here from Hungary in the 1940s. The first phase included approximately 34,000 square feet of building, to house a spa, restaurants, a lounge, gift shops and suites, along with the enhancement of the gardens and other aesthetics. Fifty residential suites are under construction in a second phase and should be completed over the next 2 – 3 years.
Majestic Sushi & Grill
The Majestic Sushi and Grill, owned and operated by Kazumi Utoguchi, considered by many to be Jamaica’s finest restaurant, is housed at Villa Ronai. It attracts a very discerning clientele of Jamaicans and visitors alike.
The Refuge is Pulse’s latest project. A fine lounge, it is home to special events and occasions, including dinners, cocktails, anniversaries, birthdays, meetings and parties. It is considered a preferred location. The Refuge is available for bookings and hosts up to 500 guests.