The town of Rose Hall is located on the Corentyne highway, 29 km from the town of New Amsterdam and was formerly a village district. Rose Hall is a community found in the East Berbice-Corentyne region in Guyana. Rose Hall is the smallest town in guyana and is 14miles East of New Amsterdam. This town was once owned by Dutch planters and later purchased by field slaves. In 1908 Rose Hall acquired village status and it wasn’t until 1970 that it became a town.
Rose Hall has a population of about 8000 people and has an area of 13 km. Rose Hall is divided into three wards Middle Rose Hall, East Rose Hall and Williamsburg. Rose Hall is an economic hub in the Berbice region and is lined with regional banks and a multitude of stores and cafes. The town also has an airstrip in nearby Canje.
With the development of the town the rice and sugar industries have contributed greatly to the growth and development of the town. Other activities that help in the development of the town include cattle rearing; coconut production and businesses among others have helped in making Rose Hall population and commercial centers on the Corentyne.