Jamaica – The Land Of Wood And Water

When most people think of Jamaica exports like: Blue Mountain Coffee, the Jamaican bobsled team, Usain Bolt, Reggae music and Bob Marley come to mind. However, none of these things come close to doing this exquisite country justice. Jamaica is the perfect combination of natural beauty and man-made attractions, with a dash of infectious and colourful culture thrown in for good measure. Nature lovers will feel right at home, with plenty of hiking opportunities in the vast jungles, and snorkeling adventures in the magical underwater reefs. So you better plan your next trip to Jamaica and check out the best boutique hotels today!

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Jamaica

— Kingston, Canada

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One of our bestsellers in Kingston! Located in Kingston, within 3.1 miles of National Heroes Park, The Bellagio Getaway offers accommodation with air ...

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One of our top picks in Ocho Rios – and a guest favourite. This complex is nestled on Jamaica’s Gold Coast amidst 12 acres of tropical gardens, 1, ...

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Set in lush gardens, GoldenEye features private beaches, hidden coves and a saltwater lagoon. This tropical hotel was Ian Fleming’s Jamaican retreat ...

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Located on Jamaica’s San San Estate, this tropical retreat lies on the beautiful shores of the Caribbean Sea. It features a spa, an on-site recordin ...

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Featuring an infinity pool with amazing views over Kingston, Strawberry Hill is set in the Blue Mountains. It offers luxurious hotel, a spa and an à ...

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Located on a private beach in Ocho Rios, Jamaica Inn offers elegant suites with furnished balconies or verandas overlooking the Caribbean Sea. This st ...

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This environmentally friendly hotel is located in Port Antonio, 5 minutes’ drive from the beach. It offers an outdoor pool, an on-site restaurant an ...

Jamaica is also famous for its plantations, where visitors can sample tropical fruit and tour the “great houses” which were a symbol of the plantation era. Jamaica is also home to some of the Caribbean's most luxurious resorts, many of which can be found in Montego Bay - a place known for its elegant British architecture. Other tourist hot spots include Ocho Rios - Jamaica’s main hub for cruise ships, and Negril - famous for picture perfect beaches and coconut palm trees. If that isn’t enough, be sure to check out Port Antonio for a breathtaking view of the blue mountains, or the capital city of Kingston - where you can tour reggae legend Bob Marley’s former home.

Travel Jamaica

Take A Dip In The Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is the perfect place to cool off from the Carribean heat. This postcard-worthy lagoon is fed by a group of streams which flow down from the surrounding mountains, supplying swimmers with warm waves and cool freshwater currents. It’s also the perfect spot for divers, with the depths of the lagoon reaching 55 meters at its deepest.

Visit Jamaica And The Bob Marley Museum In Kingston

Tour Bob Marley’s former uptown home where you’ll find plenty of fascinating music memorabilia. You can even see the hammock Marley used to lay and write songs in, seeking inspiration from the scenery around him. You’ll also find a room scaringly riddled with bullet holes, after he and his wife nearly lost their lives in an assassination attempt. A fascinating yet frightening look into the life of this music legend.

Get Amongst The Calabash International Literary Festival

The Calabash International Literary Festival is held in the last weekend of May, when Treasure Beach explodes with excitement and activity for this annual event. Writers, poets and lyricists from all over the Caribbean and the world descend on this fishing village for three days of book readings, poetry slams and musical celebrations.

Tips and Travel Information for Jamaica

Money The currency in Jamaica is the Jamaican dollar (JMD). Most large businesses, hotels and attractions accept debit and credit cards. Just be aware in more remote areas this may not be the case, so it’s recommended you carry cash with you. Getting Around

One of the best ways to get around Jamaica is via Taxi, whether you’re coming from the airport or making your way around town. Renting a car is also a great option. Just be careful if you’re not used to driving on the left side of the road. Jamaican roads can be tricky to navigate.

Best Time To Visit Jamaica

Peak Season (Dec - Mar) Moderate (Apr & May) Quiet Season (Jun - Nov) High season in Jamaica comes between December and March. During this time expect hot sunny days, especially on the coast. However, it can get cold at night in the mountain regions. Low season is between June and November. Over this time you’re more likely to encounter heavy rainfall across the island. Many of Jamaica's premiere festivals also happen mid summer.

Find Boutique Hotels In Jamaica

For a stay just as vibrant as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Jamaica.