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Hotels in Jamaica

Jamaica Introduction

The sizzle of jerk chicken on BBQ coals and the soothing flow of reggae welcomes you to Jamaica, a land famed for its chilled-out Caribbean vibes and stunning vistas of tropical mountains and beaches. You can pick from low-key surf shacks by the waves and uber-opulent luxury hotels in Jamaica, many of which share the sparkling sands of Ocho Rios and Negril along the west and north shores of the island. Alternatively, jive down to Kingston and you'll unearth rollicking rum bars and museums about Bob Marley. Or, boot up for the Blue Mountains for hidden waterfalls and misty peaks.

Hotels in Jamaica

There's no shortage of classy pads in Jamaica – that's for sure. Honeymooners and jet setters will find cocktail lounges by the Caribbean Sea, infinity pools topped with swaying coconut palms, swim-up bars, and butler service all awaiting at the chic resorts of the north. For something grittier, you could consider a city escape, which might beckon with locations near dub dancehalls and rum shacks. Families also have a range of villa rentals and midrange resorts, where on-site restaurants and beachfront access is the norm.

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Where to stay in Jamaica

Pining for glowing beaches and splashes in the azure Caribbean Sea? There's arguably nowhere better to home in on for Jamaica hotels than the north shore. It starts with the buzzing bar strips and coastal cocktail joints of Montego Bay in the west, stretching eastwards in a medley of stunning coves and mangroves, all filled with alluring resorts for couples and families alike. Negril is a similar prospect, fringed by the resplendent Seven Mile Beach – one of the best in the world, some say. Then there's Kingston, the capital. It's got enthralling music museums and prime access to the Blue Mountains.

Things to see in Jamaica

Whether you come to jive to reggae, clamber up roaring waterfalls, or simply kick back on a sugar-white stretch of sand, hotels in Jamaica have you covered. Beaches like the one at Negril are often noted on lists of the finest on the whole planet. That's Seven Mile Beach, which is long – as the name implies – and picture perfect, with cotton-hued powder and crystal-clear waters where glass-bottomed boats reveal the multitude of fish life and corals below. More intrepid adventurers might fancy an expedition up the canyons of Dunn's River Falls, which involve scrambling up sheer-cut rocks to hidden pools in the jungle. Beyond that are the Blue Mountains, home to coffee plantations and hiking routes, not to mention the hallowed spot of Nine Mile, where the mausoleum of Bob Marley draws music pilgrims.

How to get to Jamaica

There are 2 airports serving Jamaica. The busiest is in Montego Bay, which is the perfect place to arrive for anyone with their heart set on the glowing beaches of the north shore or Negril. A private taxi or a pre-organized shuttle can take you straight to the door of the luxury hotels in Jamaica that abound in that region. Other international flights touch down at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, from where the capital and the Blue Mountains are within reach. Cruise ships bring crowds to the docks of Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, and Port Antonio.

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