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Sandals Montego Bay

Sandals Montego Bay Rating: 5.0 Pearls

For couples seeking a luxurious, all-inclusive experience, with plenty of activities and dining options on-site, Sandals Montego Bay is a beautiful option, though it definitely does feel like the branded resort that it is. Large and expansive, with a long private beach and list of things to do, the resort is close to both the airport and downtown Montego Bay. Guests can enjoy restaurants and activities at the other two Sandals resorts nearby, providing even more options. The resort’s sprawling layout can be confusing to navigate, and the proximity to the airport can make the property noisy when planes go overhead, but with plenty of tours around the island and a number of restaurants, shops, and craft shows nearby, as well as local attractions, there’s plenty to do both on and off-site.

Royalton White Sands Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Debuting in late 2013, the 352-room Royalton White Sands Resort is an stylish all-inclusive in Trelawny, just 30 minutes from Montego Bay. Rooms come with comfy pillow-top beds, mini-fridges, private patios, and large rainfall shower heads. Unfortunately, they also contain hip but cheap decor and many are already starting to show wear and tear. This upscale resort has multiple bars and restaurants (including a delicious jerk hut), large hydrotherapy spa, family-friendly features, two pools (one with swim-up bar), and a water park, though, some may be disappointed at the limited beachfront and late night bar options.
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.
Iberostar Rose Hall Beach

Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The least expensive of Montego Bay’s Iberostar trio, this upbeat, and at times rowdy, all-inclusive megaresort features tons of amenities -- four restaurants, four bars, water sports, a spa, a theater, a casino, a nightclub, and an awesome kids' club -- all for seriously affordable rates. The rooms may be small, the decor may be outdated, and the grounds may be packed to the brim at times, but it's one of the best values on the island.
Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort And Spa

Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort And Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A mega-resort, the Grand Palladium feels like a shopping mall but is expansive enough for privacy, romance, and fun. It has five pools, large rooms, name-brand liquor, tasty breakfasts, mini-golf, and more--all for lower rates than lesser-equipped all-inclusives. But its remote locale comes with rocky, man-made beaches.
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.
Sunset Beach Resort & Spa

Sunset Beach Resort & Spa Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The all-inclusive, 430-room Sunset, which features a kids' club and an impressive water park, could be a decent family destination -- were it not for the decidedly adult drinking contests, nude beach, and late-night parties. This barely mid-range property is dated, and room amenities are scarce, inconsistent and cheap, but it’s an acceptable budget option for those who need little more than a bed and a nice beach. The Sunset Tower was renovated in 2011, and rooms have upgraded amenities, including flat-screen TVs, newer bathrooms, and nicer decor.
Royal Decameron Montego Beach Resort

Royal Decameron Montego Beach Resort Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Located on the edge of Montego Bay's party center, the touristy and slightly sketchy Hip Strip, the 131-room Royal Decameron Montego Beach Resort isn't the greatest all-inclusive: generic-brand booze, mediocre food, bare-bones rooms, and less than attentive service. It's generally clean, but rooms are outdated with beat-up furniture.
Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Montego Bay

Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort Montego Bay Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Cheap liquor, minimal service, dirty rooms, and the worst food in Jamaica--often for more money than the newer, more impressive, family-friendly mega-resorts like the nearby Iberostar and Riu. The Holiday Inn's slot machines, fitness classes, and small beach island hardly justify the inflated rates.

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  • Party
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  • Luxury
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Locations

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

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Breezes
  • Grand Palladium
  • Holiday Inn
  • Iberostar
  • Riu
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