Ocho Rios Hotels
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Sandals Royal Plantation

Sandals Royal Plantation Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Quiet and classy, the colonial-style, 74-room, adults-only (18+) Sandals Royal Plantation snatched a prime patch of beach when it was built in the 1950s along with luxury icons Round Hill and Half Moon. Excellent food, service, beds, and spa -- it's Ocho Rios's best luxe for the buck, but you get more for your money at Half Moon in Montego Bay.

GoldenEye Hotel & Resort

GoldenEye Hotel & Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 21-room GoldenEye is hands down Jamaica's hippest and most luxurious resort. It's also one of the island's most historic, as the former home of Ian Fleming, and the hideaway at which the author scribed all 14 of his James Bond novels. Today, the property, which reopened in 2010 after an extensive $50 million renovation, includes stunning cottages and villas overlooking a private beach and lagoon, as well as two happening restaurants, two pools, a tree house spa, and an extensive roster of on-site activities. The rates might cause some to flinch, but those who can afford it will find little cause for complaint.

Couples Tower Isle

Couples Tower Isle Rating: 4.0 Pearls

One of the island’s first resorts and a former playground for 1950s Hollywood A-listers, this 226-room, 19-acre Ocho Rios all-inclusive is still a sophisticated option. Public areas are chic and modern, but the rooms fall a bit short by comparison. The pools are also unexceptional, though they do have ocean views, and one has a swim-up bar. The gorgeous spa, robust all-inclusive offering (excursions and top-shelf booze are covered), beachfront location, and mellow vibe are the highlights here.

Couples Sans Souci

Couples Sans Souci Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 35-acre, 148-room all-inclusive resort has a lush natural setting filled with waterfalls, grottos, beaches, lakes, and jungles. It still has the features of a megaresort -- three restaurants, four pools, two beaches, four bars, a spa, and tons of free activities -- but it's one of the few large-scale resorts that manages to feel crowd-free and even intimate. The rooms and public areas could use some cosmetic updates, however.

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).

The Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort & Spa

The Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 250-room Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa (formerly a Sandals resort), underwent a $7 million renovation in 2010 and features six restaurants, six bars, two pools, a full-service spa, and plenty of activities. Still, some parts of the property were clearly skipped over during the makeover, namely the least expensive rooms, which are far inferior to the rest of the resort’s accommodations. And room service and alchohol are not covered in most all-inclusive rates, which may make some guests feel nickel-and-dimed. Nonetheless, the rates are cheaper than at the local Sandals, making The Jewel a good value overall.

Beaches Ocho Rios Resort & Golf Club

Beaches Ocho Rios Resort & Golf Club Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a water park, golf course, a variety of restaurants and bars, land and water sports, and a number of unique areas and activities, Beaches Ocho Rios Resort & Golf Club is a fun destination for families and groups. Great for kids of all ages, the all-inclusive, luxury resort includes an XBOX garage for teens and tweens, as well as Camp Sesame (where Sesame Street characters can be found), and babysitting services. And there are activities for adults too, with golf and scuba lessons, the Red Lane Spa, and an adults-only piano bar. Since the majority of guests are families, the resort can be noisy. This Beaches property has a private beach, unlike Beaches Negril Resort & Spa which only has access to a public one.

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.

Royal DeCameron Club Caribbean

Royal DeCameron Club Caribbean Rating: 3.0 Pearls

About 30 minutes outside Ocho Rios and Jamaica's busier tourist towns, the small-scale Royal Decameron and its 143 cottages offer a much quieter option for families and couples than the blasting mega-resorts. Even with its medium-size pool and barely decent food, the name-brand liquor and relaxed setting make it a good value for a low-key all-inclusive.

ClubHotel Riu Ocho Rios

ClubHotel Riu Ocho Rios Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Huge, even among mega-resorts, the 846-room hotel is more about quantity than quality: seven restaurants, six bars, three pools, a nightclub, a private beach surging with water sports, and hordes of guests raring to party. Rooms are mediocre, and a bad a la carte restaurant reservation system means most guests get stuck at the buffet.

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  • Beach
  • Luxury
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Locations

  • Ocho Rios
  • Kingston
  • Montego Bay
  • Negril
  • Port Antonio
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Beaches
  • Couples Resorts
  • Riu
  • Royal Decameron
  • Sandals
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