The generous availability of unique accommodations to choose from here in our tropical paradise is a traveler’s dream. With so many amazing hotels and resorts in Jamaica to choose from, you may find yourself narrowing it down based on location. Each of our most popular destinations has something unique to offer, so let’s explore them together.
Montego Bay Hotels
Home to the Donald Sangster International Airport, Montego Bay is a bustling resort town with much to see and do. Stay on Jimmy Cliff Boulevard, commonly referred to as the “Hip Strip” and you’ll be able to walk to several of the most gorgeous white sand beaches, popular coffee shops, bustling nightlife with open-air bars, and seemingly endless options for the best Jamaican food.
You can also venture a little further out of town to find sprawling all-inclusive resorts, guesthouses, and villas.
Resorts in Negril
On the western end of Jamaica lies the beach town of Negril. Home to the perfect 7-mile stretch of sandy beach, the most adorable places to stay line the roads, cliffs, and gentle turquoise sea. Negril is the ideal place to relax, unwind, and enjoy the amazing sunsets from your hotel room or aboard a glass-bottom boat on a sunset cruise.
Apart from the sprawling beaches, there are many reasons to stay in Negril. From waterparks, river safaris, animal playgrounds, gorgeous golfing greens, and energetic nightlife, your adventurous spirit will be delighted here.
Ocho Rios Hotels
You might opt to stay in Ocho Rios thanks to the abundance of natural water attractions here to explore. If you fancy chasing waterfalls, going cave-diving, jumping into beautiful natural emerald pools, or watching turtles hatch and make their way to sea, this is the place to be.
Ocho Rios hotels are home to swanky restaurants dishing up authentic Jamaican feasts and international treats that will please the most discerning gourmand. You’ll also find plenty of balmy outdoor restaurants that are popular with locals and offer a more casual dining experience.
Places to Stay in Kingston
If you’re here on business, you may appreciate the many modern hotels with world-class technological facilities located in the business hub and capital of Jamaica. Staying in Kingston will put you in the center of cultural events and iconic attractions allowing you to enjoy a bit of play on your working holiday.
You will also find the loveliest boutique hotels in the Blue Mountains just outside of Kingston. These hotels offer luxury retreats and delicate eats far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city yet close enough to explore the eclectic town.
Boutique hotels can be found all around Jamaica and some of the best are hidden in the quiet and picturesque town of Treasure Beach in the South Coast parish of St. Elizabeth. The food here is often grown on a farm nearby as St. Elizabeth is lovingly referred to as the breadbasket of Jamaica. Staying in this region affords you the opportunity to visit the nearby Appleton Estate Rum Tour, see the crocodiles on the Black River Safari, or take a rustic boat ride out to Floyd’s Pelican Bar, perhaps the coolest floating bar in the world.
Over in Portland, nature-lovers will be enraptured by the unspoiled beauty of the environment. Visit one of the many cascading waterfalls, go river-rafting, catch a boat to Monkey Island and the blue lagoon, or relax at the famous Frenchman’s Cove while staying in a castle or an eco-resort in the hills.
With so many options, the perfect place to stay in Jamaica is only a click away.
Some hotels we recommend
Riu will add an extra touch of luxury, excellence and sophistication to the most relaxing of experiences. Always located by the beach, these hotels display meticulous architectural design in the most beautiful natural settings.