Villa Ronai was built and developed in the 1940s by Arpad and Anna Ronai, a Hungarian couple who moved to Jamaica after the Second World War. The property was acquired by Kingsley Cooper, Chairman of Pulse Investments Limited and 38-year-old Pulse Model Agency, in 1993 who restored it to its former glory.
The picturesque Villa Ronai boasts views of the Caribbean Sea, the hills and city of Kingston, nine acres of well-tended sculpture gardens, stone terraces, fountains and art pieces woven into the buildings on property.
The essence of Villa Ronai is the unique beauty of its exotic topography, architecture and art filled gardens, as well as the rainforest like lushness of the 9 acre property. Just five minutes from Manor Park, its tranquility and almost surrealness, lends itself to mental, physical and spiritual rejuvenation, the sort of holistic experience popular with locals and tourists alike.
Manor Park – 1.6 km
Half-Way-Tree – 7.8 km
New Kingston – 7.5 km
Cross Roads – 9.1 km
Downtown Kingston – 13.2 km
The nearest airport is: Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston (NMIA) – 24.9 km