Jamaica Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This small, romantic boutique is a Jamaica institution -- and so are some of its veteran staff members, like Teddy, the bartender who has worked at the Inn for 50 years.

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 This small, romantic boutique is a Jamaica institution -- and so are some of its veteran staff members, like Teddy, the bartender who has worked at the Inn for 50 years.
This small, romantic boutique is a Jamaica institution -- and so are some of its veteran staff members, like Teddy, the bartender who has worked at the Inn for 50 years. Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller once stayed at the hotel, and today's clientele is composed of middle-aged couples and honeymooners who come for quiet luxury. Composed of only five private, modern cabins and villas built into the corners of a remote mountaintop, the Geejam comes with incredible, natural surroundings. The broad balconies overlook banana trees, dense hibiscus, and wildflowers. Only if you strain your eyes can you spot the rusted rooftops of a neighboring village. The premier, three-bedroom Sanwood villa (pictured here) comes with its own swimming pool (the only pool on the property). Three self-contained cabins --  Ska, Mento, and Rock Steady -- each have a single room a tiny bathroom with a walk-in or steam shower, and a huge, furnished wrap-around terrace. Ska comes with a private, outdoor Jacuzzi, whereas Mento and Rock Steady have steam rooms. The standard guestrooms at Round Hill have a back wall that opens to a large, wood planked terrace. Built into the cliff edge, all rooms overlook the ocean. Private villas, like Villa 16 (pictured here), are further from the sea, but can still offer incredible views. Other villas offer broad, colonial-style front porches. Painted lime green and magenta, the bright, very private  balconies at the Rockhouse hotel offer some wooden deck chairs, and a small desk with wicker chairs for private dining. Built like a layer cake down to the shore, practically every room at Moxon's looks out onto the ocean. The balconies are spare -- with only a couple of deck chairs and tables -- but the common setting makes them great for making friends at the resort.
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