Love to explore the tropical side of the Americas by chilling out with beach vibes and reggae music? Jamaica is the best place to do so with its pristine seashore, palm trees, sandy beaches, breathtaking food options and many more. It is also regarded as a melting pot for African, Asian, European and Middle Eastern cultures with its strong crafts and distinctive dining options such as ackee and saltfish to name a few.
The cliff jumping spot Negril Cliffs is a great option for travelers to visit if they have an adventurous spirit. Jamaica is also known for its protected coves, rugged mountains, waterfalls, caves and loads of sunshine which brings out the much-needed tan for travelers from the colder countries.Ocho Rios, Runaway Bay, Lucea, Kingston, and Falmouth are some of the thrilling places which can be visited by the traveler in Jamaica.
Jamaica boasts about amazing luxurious hotels that are adept with amenities and fantastic pampering is offered for every guest. These hotels also offer excellent dining options, spa facilities, beautiful and unique décor which are not present in any other regions of the Caribbean.
- Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall.
Rose Hall Road, A1, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Offering an ultimate Jamaican experience featuring pristine beaches, and sparkling swimming pools, Hyatt Ziva has 277 unique rooms and suites that include swim-up rooms and butler suites. It also has dining, spa , activities, nightly entertainment and children’s spa. Hyatt Ziva is also a fantastic option for planning a destination wedding. Within the resort, there are 16 restaurants and bars along with outdoor pools. Sink in a lounge chair and experience the Caribbean seashore during the stay here.
- Half Moon.
Rose Hall, Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica
The half Moon is situated in 400 acres of manicured grounds with just two miles from the beachfront. The resort is a ten minutes drive from Montego Bay’s Sangster International airport that is well connected to North America, UK and Europe. The hotel offers individually- appointed rooms , suites and villas in which most of them have amazing views of the Caribbean sea. The hotel also boasts of largest spa oasis in the region and an 18-hole championship golf course. Try some exquisite food in the Sugar Mill which offers excellent dining options.
- Round Hill Hotel and Villas.
Round Hill Bluff, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Staying at the Round Hill hotel is like having a cashmere sweater that is not much showy from the outside but extremely comfortable when worn. Lush gardens, secluded beaches, and a world-class spa in an 18th-century guest house at the edge of the sea. The freshwater outdoor pool here is quite amazing to indulge in. The hotel also offers ecological tourism which offers jeep and jungle river tubing for the travelers.
- Jamaica Inn.
One Old Road, Main Street, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Present since 1950, Jamaica Inn has been a first-hand choice for a luxurious stay in the Caribbean region. A small, elegant and stylish resort which also has access to a private beach. The 47 rooms and suites here have a private balustrade balcony having a beautiful view of the Caribbean sea. The accommodations here are spacious, impeccable and tastefully designed. The beds are freshly made here which can enable the guest to even choose an afternoon nap. Take as many beach showers as you want and a fresh white towel is waiting for you to be pampered in ease.
- Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall.
1 Rose Hall Road, Montego Bay, Jamaica
In order to get the best escape from the hustle-bustle of the outside world, Hyatt Zilara is quite a perfect option to stay. With attentive service filled with gourmet cuisine, expert cocktails that ensure the guest can have a memory of a lifetime. Having 234 sophisticated and spacious suites which are made with contemporary materials with an elegant and relaxing environment during the Caribbean retreat. One can also indulge in an attractive range of water sports, exploring vast grounds and sipping a lovely drink on the poolside.
- Sandals, Negril.
With perfectly chic and with playful nature, Sandals boasts of the longest stretch of Jamaica’s famous Seven Mile Beach. The ambiance here is a blend of tropical luxury and barefoot elegance comprising of tranquil waters which enables the guests to indulge in all the water sports ranging from swimming to snorkeling. The cuisines offered here range from the Far East to the local West Indies food. The swim-up suites allow the flow right into a magnificent swimming pool. The Red Lane Spa offers Caribbean styled treatments to restore balance and energy.
- Azul Beach Resort, Negril.
Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril, Jamaica
The 136-room resort with ocean views was formerly called Azul Sensatori Hotel and brings spacious facilities with unlimited activities and services. One of the highlights of this hotel is the adults- only sections with romantic honeymoon suites. The fine dining that includes rooftop barbecues,s’mores parties on the beach, and 12-course meals will surely satiate your tastebuds.
- Sandals Montego Bay.
The couples- only hotel is located in a private beach and approximately ten minutes from Sangster International Airport. On-site restaurants, four swimming pools, five tennis courts, 24-hour health club, sauna, jogging trail are some of the crucial amenities the place offers. The 223- room hotel offers ocean views or garden views based on the guest’s choice. Some of the rooms also offer butler service.
- The Cave.
Located at the breathtaking limestone cliffs at Negril’s scenic west end in Jamaica, the hotel captures the essence of an oceanfront sanctuary. With twelve Cliffside accommodations, private cave dining, the Blackwell rum bar and Seaview Aveda amenity spa, the Cave offers refreshing experience of romance. The protective landscaping and secluded ten-acre property make it look like an exotic tropical castle.
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