Stylish Jamaica

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
It’s no fluke that Modern Bride magazine named Jamaica Inn the number one place to say ‘I do’. This classy hideaway has retained all the glamour of Jamaica in the ‘50s when the likes of Noel Coward frequented. All 47 suites overlook the Caribbean, dining is alfresco and the indigenous spa is perched on a cliff.

Recommended place to stay: Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn says

Opened in 1950, Jamaica Inn is an intimate, elegant and timeless resort, perfect for a peaceful honeymoon.  Located in beautiful Ocho Rios, every suite has sweeping views of the Caribbean and there’s a 60-metre private beach, rated as one of the best in the Caribbean.

  • Outstanding food
  • Private beach
  • Superb hotel

All suites are elegantly decorated and have a large, fully furnished private balcony or verandah overlooking the sea and the scenic gardens. Upgrade to the White Suite on its own private peninsula, complete with its own pool, or to Cottages 3 or Cottage 4, each of which has a terrace right by Caribbean sea and infinity plunge pool.

The new two-storey Cottage 7 is truly special with contemporary Jamaican interiors, a four-poster bed, infinity pool and matchless ocean views – it’s honeymoon heaven.

Whether you dine on the terrace under the stars or in the privacy of your suite, the cuisine is exceptional with a five-course gourmet dinner served each evening.

There’s a swimming pool, snorkelling, kayaks, sunfish sailing and a croquet lawn on site, with windsurfing, sailing and diving facilities available nearby.

The Inn’s Ocean Spa is set on an idyllic bluff overlooking the sea. The treatments are expertly carried out in charming thatch-roofed huts with hand-carved wooden pillars, surrounded by tropical gardens and the ocean.

We offer a week’s half-board honeymoon package which also includes extras such as excursions to see the dolphins, Dunns River, a couple’s massage, a Planter’s Punch each day, a bottle of fizz on arrival and a Jamaica Inn candle.

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