Jamaica Hotels › August 2 - 3, 2014
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Strawberry Hill

Strawberry Hill Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This former coffee plantation nestled among the steep and winding hills of Jamaica’s famous Blue Mountain is a little oasis above the very un-resort-like city of Kingston. The resort offers plenty of intimacy and privacy, with just 12 cottages on more than 26 acres. It also has the features of a larger property: an expansive spa, a breezy restaurant and bar, a hilltop pool with panoramic vistas, lush gardens, and ample relaxation space. Rates might be considered a steal given the property's level of luxury -- if it weren’t for the inaccessible location and lack of beachfront.

$395
$325
$424 Total
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Round Hill Hotel & Villas

Round Hill Hotel & Villas Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Round Hill is phenomenal. Sincere, intimate hospitality; private child care; large, beautifully designed rooms by Ralph Lauren; and breathtaking grounds (to which no photo can do justice) -- it is easily among the best resorts in Jamaica, even with a few mosquitoes and ants in the room.

$389
$279
$353 Total
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Secrets St. James Montego Bay

Secrets St. James Montego Bay Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This all-inclusive beachfront resort on a remote peninsula is one of the more luxurious adult-only options in Montego Bay, and has a laundry list of property features, including seven restaurants, seven bars, an expansive spa, nearly half a mile of beach, and tons of activities: a theater, dive center, shopping plaza, casino, and game room. Secrets St. James shares most of its amenities with its sister property next door, but rates here are often a bit cheaper.

$1,135
$1,253 Total
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Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay

Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The sprawling Secrets Wild Orchid is one of the more luxurious adults-only all-inclusive resorts in Montego Bay, and has a laundry list of property features, including eight restaurants and five bars, and a host of activities: a theater, a spa, a water sports and dive center, a shopping center, and a casino. But the resort shares virtually all of its amenities with the next-door Secrets St. James, and some of the best amenities and freebies are reserved only for the VIP guests staying in the “Premiere” part of the resort.

$547
$452
$546 Total
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Half Moon, a RockResort

Half Moon, a RockResort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Drawing everyone from Queen Elizabeth to 50 Cent, Half Moon strives for timeless, understated luxury (even at the swim-up bar). Stretching over 400 acres (including 2 miles of beach), the 230-room resort offers attentive service, quality cuisine, and seemingly limitless activities like golfing and horseback riding.

$425
$279
$353 Total
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Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A small, romantic resort that once drew Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller, the Jamaica Inn is about quiet luxury -- a single thatch-roofed bar, a small pool, and beautiful rooms with oversize terraces and soft, colonial décor. This is not the place to party (the whole resort typically shuts down by midnight).

$432
$306
$385 Total
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Rose Hall Resort and Spa, a Hilton Resort

Rose Hall Resort and Spa, a Hilton Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With modern features, professional service, and a huge on-site water park, this relaxed, beachside golf resort is more popular with somber families than rum-chugging partiers. Though the rooms are small, they feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, spa-quality bath products, great beds, and a powerful Wi-Fi signal -- all rare luxuries in Jamaica.

$499
$499 Total
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Coyaba Beach Resort

Coyaba Beach Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

For travelers who want to enjoy a resort experience but still prefer a more intimate hotel, the Coyaba Beach Resort is an attractive upper-middle-range option. The 50 plantation-style rooms are spacious if a bit dated, and guests won’t feel crowded or cramped at the private beach (even though it's small). An all-inclusive option lets guests dine and drink on the property, but many rate the food as mediocre, so it may be better to stick to the room-only plan and explore the local restaurants in Montego Bay; the so-called Hip Strip is around 10-minute taxi ride away. The airport is just a five-minute drive away, and the resort does experience plane noise. Still, couples will likely appreciate the spa services, lush gardens providing shade and privacy, and the quiet pool.

$204
$246 Total
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Riu Montego Bay - All Inclusive

Riu Montego Bay - All Inclusive Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Opened in September 2008, the Riu all-inclusive mega-resort provides ample and eclectic food, name-brand liquor, a great beach, a 24-hour sports bar, a huge pool, a modern gym, a free liquor-stocked minibar, and an array of water sports. But guests can feel pretty anonymous in the crowded 681-room property.

$629
$283
$283 Total
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Moxons Beach Club

Moxons Beach Club Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Authentic Jamaican food, great cocktails, a friendly staff, and a beautiful, intimate setting bring guests back to the remote, beachfront Moxons year after year. But it is definitely no-frills -- threadbare rooms, a small pool, a tiny beach, slow service, and no in-room phones.

$200
$136
$164 Total
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