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Jamaica Inn & Spa, Jamaica

One of the best-loved hotels in the Caribbean since the 1950’s, Jamaica Inn at Ochos Rios is the perfect all-suite hotel set on champagne-coloured sands. Owned by the same family for more than 50 years, it’s a popular spot for celebrities and travellers who seek an escape from the stresses of life.

Focusing on the simple joys of living, there are just 48 impeccable suites and cottages each with a terrific Caribbean Sea view, but without the technical distractions of TVs, clocks and radios.

Consistently ranked among the top luxury hotels in Jamaica and the Caribbean, this lovely retreat is intimate, elegant and atmospheric combining the best of old-world glamour with 21st century style.

The 700ft private beach is never crowded and guests can swing in a hammock, swim in the sea or enjoy complimentary beach activities such as snorkelling, kayaking and sunfish sailing.

Jamaica Inn’s breakfast has been voted ‘The Best Kept Secret’ and is a leisurely affair. Guests can have lunch delivered to the beach at no additional charge.

Wonderfully attentive and friendly staff are always on hand to make each guest feel extra special, while the KiYara Ocean Spa features heavenly holistic treatments.

Jamaica Inn is 1 hour 20 minutes from Montego Bay Airport.


Call 01244 355 435

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Two Free Nights and Food & Beverage Credits

Prices from £649 per person based on 2 people sharing a Superior Balcony Suite for 7 nights on a room only basis and including return private car transfers

Saving up to £226 per person
Book and travel before 19th December 2013

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