• Riu

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    The Hotel Riu Ocho Rios (All Inclusive 24h) enjoys a beachfront location in the splendid Mammee Bay, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, surrounded by thick woods and waterfalls.

    The exclusive 24h All Inclusive system offers you many high quality services. If you’re looking for holidays to relax and escape stress, this complex includes a fresh water swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, solarium terrace, gym, sauna and the Renova Spa wellness centre with a range of different treatments and massages. Not forgetting the vast beach right outside the hotel which is ideal for sunbathing.

    Jamaica’s cuisine is rich in tastes and colours, which is why you’ll find the best menus and variety served up by our chefs in the buffet restaurant and themed restaurants. While you are enjoying the beach or pool, you can cool off with cocktails and cold drinks from the hotel’s various bars.

    Although the hotel is in a quiet area, in the vicinity of the complex you have the opportunity to try out many sports and activities. We offer you an entertainment program that you can enjoy as a family, couple or with friends. Windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, snorkelling, table tennis, diving and volleyball are just some of the possibilities you can choose from, not to mention golf on the nearby course. The area also offers excursions such as horse rides and trips to shopping areas to buy typical Jamaican souvenirs.

    Come and discover the area of Ocho Ríos and visit Dolphin Cove beach where you can swim with dolphins and sharks accompanied by guides. Not to be missed is Dunn’s River Fall, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, as well as the botanical gardens of Canbrook.

    The ClubHotel Riu Ocho Ríos is a unique experience for those wishing to discover Jamaica. Enjoy the best offers of Jamaica and spend some relaxing time at the hotel.

  • Couples

    Couples Resorts’ founder Abe Issa opened Jamaica’s first year-round resort–Tower Isle Hotel–in 1949 and never looked back. In 1978, he pioneered the all-inclusive concept for couples to the island—blending luxury, romance and value under one roof. Named Couples Ocho Rios, it served as the corner stone for building the Couples Resorts brand.

    Aptly dubbed
    “The Father of Jamaican Tourism,”

    Abe understood the importance of creating resorts as luxurious as they are authentic. By intertwining local Caribbean culture, spectacular natural settings and first-rate amenities, he achieved an undeniably successful combination. Today, Couples Resorts proudly owns and operates four all-inclusive luxury boutique resorts in the Caribbean – four in Jamaica. Embracing a casual yet chic style infused with pure Jamaican island, each one offers a genuine, intimate and truly memorable experience.

    Still very much a family business, Couples Resorts is led by Abe’s son, Lee, and other members of the Issa family, who along with a dedicated team of management and staff, remain committed to Abe’s pioneering vision and dedicated to making sure that each visit is a perfect one.

    At Couples Resorts, the key to our success is our people
    and the exceptional service they provide.
    We believe in going further than merely meeting your expectations. We strive to exceed them by adding a special personal touch to every facet of your Caribbean experience.

    Every member of our staff shares in this passion for service and commitment to ensure that your stay is perfect from start to finish. By offering exceptional five-star service and world-class amenities in Jamaica’s most idyllic natural setting, we create a carefree and enchanting environment that encourages you to forget about everything and focus on enjoying each other.
    Without children or stress, our couples only philosophy translates into pure romance from the moment you arrive. Some call it quality time. Others call it intimacy.

  • Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

    Welcome to paradise. Our fun, larger-than-life brand has landed in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Appointed with more than 700 luxurious suites, Moon Palace Jamaica Grande offers many of the signature amenities you’ve come to love from Palace Resorts.

  • Turtle Towers

    Turtle Beach Towers is an apartment complex of four towers, overlooking a large swimming pool, in a secure, gated compound on the Ocho Rios Bay.
    • Studios, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments with balconies.
    • Apartments are unique, as they are individually owned.
    • Every apartment has its own kitchen or kitchenette.
    • Many apartments are occupied by long-term tenants.
    • We represent apartments seeking vacationers.

    The pool area is the social centre of the apartment complex.

    If you wish to rent a car, there is adequate parking on site.

    Every rental apartment enjoys the services of a housekeeper.

    Why choose Turtle Beach Towers for your vacation?

    • Location! Location! Location!
    • Best for small groups – families, couples, or friends.
    • Great value for a clean and well-equipped apartment.
    • A minute’s walk from the white sand beach of Ocho Rios.
    • Close to many world-famous attractions like Dunn’s River Falls, Dolphin Cove, and much more.
    • Within walking distance of lots of restaurants, bars, nightlife, water sports attractions, shops and craft markets.

  • Royal DeCameron

    Located in Runaway Bay about an hour from Montego Bay International Airport, the Royal Decameron Club Caribbean is located in one of the most beautiful and picturesque place of the island, populated by friendly and happy people.

    This hotel’s architecture offers incredible paths through the gardens and terraces until you reach the 2 swimming pools, one exclusively for adults and another with all the facilities for children. This hotel also has a long dock for sunbathing.

    The cottage-style rooms bring a tropical environment and let you enjoy the peace of the beach where you can partake in a large variety of water sports.

    Its restaurants offer many different types of cuisine which range from typical Jamaican flavors to the exquisite tastes of Asian food.

  • Sandals

  • Ruins Resort

    This once wonderful peach of a place no longer exists.  Apparently infighting and sibling rivalry caused its demise. We may be wrong about that here at GPO though!

  • Cove Villas

    Cove Villas vacation rentals are located in Jamaica, within the serene locality of Mammee Bay on Jamaica’s spectacular North Coast. They offer a unique alternative to large expensive resorts ensuring an enhanced personal experience you will cherish for years to come. Relaxing, yet very close to the action in Ocho Rios where Dunn’s River Falls, Dolphin Cove, Island Village, Wilderness ATV Tours and more are right within 2 miles of our property! Privacy  and informality are yours at very affordable rates. These practical yet comfy vacation rentals will become your relaxing, revitalizing Jamaican homes while you are our guests here in Sunny Jamaica! Ideal venue for your holiday, wedding, honeymoon, romantic getaway, family gathering, retreat, staff outing or private party.

  • Mammee Bay Villas

    Welcome to the villas of Mammee Bay. Here you
    will find a selection of villas situated within the
    picturesque bay areas of Mammee Bay Estates
    and Old Fort Bay – a location renowned for
    beautiful beaches and warm, crystal waters.

    The properties represented at Mammee Bay Villas
    are owned by individuals from all over the world.
    Villas are staffed, each unique, and offering its
    guests the ideal opportunity to sample Caribbean
    living in true island style.

    Ideal for those who prefer to vacation plan away
    from the en masse of all inclusive, Mammee Bay
    Villas provides a perfect Ocho Rios villa rental spot

    Our guests can also choose from a host of
    additional services that include airport transfers,
    kiddie equipment, and more..

    The Mammee Bay Villas are either beach front or
    just a short walk away from the beach – they range
    from comfortable to luxury and from One bedroom
    to seven bedroom in size.

    Of course, with the Mammee Bay villas located
    within a small geographical area, partnering of
    villas to accommodate the largest of groups is
    easily arranged

  • Linga-Awile

    Linga-Awile at Coral Cove is located in the exclusive Fortlands Road section of Discovery Bay. This popular beach front cottage has 3 bedrooms, living room (12 x 14), dining room (10 x 14), and a lovely open, covered patio looking out to the bay. The cottage is comfortably furnished for beach front relaxing.

    Bedroom Configuration:
    All bedrooms are air-conditioned with private bathrooms and ceiling fans. One bedroom has a TV.

    -Bedroom 1  Two queen beds and full en suite bathroom.
    -Bedroom 2  Two twin beds and full en suite bathroom.
    -Bedroom 3  King bed with full en suite bathroom

    The expansive lawn leads out to a swimming pool (18 foot diameter) and then down to the 150 foot white sand beach. The beach has a Gazebo for shade and offers splendid views of the blue waters of Discovery Bay and the coastal mountains beyond. Two outdoor grills facilitate food preparation for beach parties or torchlight dining. Activities include volleyball, badminton; complimentary kayaks are provided.

    Linga-Awile is very child friendly with the pool near to the patio so you can relax and keep an eye on the children. The large lawn is perfect for games and the beach has a gentle, sandy entrance with no waves.

    Linga-Awile is fully staffed with a cook, housekeeper, laundress and gardener. Dining can be indoors, on the terrace or beach.

  • Franklyn D. Resort (FDR)

    Your all-inclusive vacation in Jamaica at the Franklyn D. Resort & Spa will be a most memorable family experience!Our staff are all Jamaican, naturally warm, entertaining and friendly.  You will learn about the Jamaican way of life through our staff, our food and our activities. At the best family hotel in Jamaica, there is no better way to experience the Jamaican culture!,

  • Rooms On The Beach

    Introducing Rooms On The Beach, the best deal in Jamaica. Rooms Resorts are situated close to some of Jamaica’s best known attractions, as well as within walking distance to some of the best shopping and night life in all of Jamaica.

    Both hotels feature ocean front and family rooms, plus on-site restaurant and bars, fitness center, Internet café and of course a swimming pool. ROOMS resorts serve travelers who only want a place to hang their hat (so long as it is beautifully furnished, with ultra-modern bath, and a pool and bar on site).

    The first Rooms was opened in December 2004, with 97 units clustered around a bar and pool, and meeting space for those who want to combine business with pleasure. Nestled on the beautiful beach in Ocho Rios, on Jamaica’s North Coast, the new value-priced affiliate has quickly won its own place in the sun.

  • Crane Ridge
  • Village Hotel

    The Village Hotel is situated in the heart of Ocho Rios

    Three minutes walk from the beach that has all water sports facilities. Entertainment, Shopping Centers, Banks, and Post Office are within walking distance. five minutes from the World’s famous Dunn’s River Falls Sangster’s International Airport in Montego Bay – One and half hour driving.

    All rooms are equipped with: Private full bathroom with tub/shower (hot & cold water), air conditioning, cable television, safety deposit box and telephone.

  • Silver Seas Hotel

    The hotel is an ocean front boutique property nestled in quiet seclusion in the heart of Ocho Rios. Charming and affordable, the hotel overlooks the beautiful blue of the Caribbean.

    Surrounded by acres of lush landscaped grounds, beauty can be seen in every direction – majestic mountains, blue Caribbean, and the sheltering reef with breaking white caps. All rooms are oceanfront and have private balconies overlooking the sea.

    We speak your language!

    Silver Seas Hotel has been welcoming Booking.com guests since Mar 2, 2008
    Hotel Rooms: 80

  • Hibiscus Lodge

    The hibiscus lodge hotel is a small boutique hotel nestled in the heart of Ocho Rios, set on three acres of lush tropical flowers, a perfect get a way and haven.  Beautiful, serene, soothing relaxing and breathtaking spot on the Caribbean sea.  Jewel of the Caribbean, a rare stone or gem is what we are compared to, set above on a cliff, this haven has 26 rooms, tropically-designed with a Jamaican flare. This delightful little gem of a hotel is mere walking distance from the hub of the world-famous resort town of Ocho Rios.

    Imagine awesome views of a shimmering sea, kissed by lush tropical gardens plus ocean front gourmet dining.  All surrounded by world-famous natural attractions, yet surprisingly affordable and absolutely unforgettable.

    Calming, Soothing and Relaxing. It has beautifully and adroitly landscaped grounds with scenic plants and their fragrant blooms. True hospitality is an art we take to heart.  Our tradition of impeccable service and our flair for fine dining accent an exceptional Caribbean atmosphere of old world charm.

  • High Hope Estate

    Kitty and Derek Spence loved to entertain and built High Hope Estate with hospitality in mind. The guest book is full of notables who have enjoyed the splendor of High Hope; Charlie Chaplin, Ian Fleming, Noel Coward, Max Lerner, Agnes De Mille, Kurt Vonnegut, Adlai Stevenson and Richard Helms, to mention a few. Their circle of friends came from all over the world to visit in Jamaica. Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller had dinner at High Hope with Kitty while on their honeymoon to Jamaica in 1957. They also had a flat in London, a home in Switzerland, and an apartment on Park Avenue in New York. They enjoyed the company of politicians and the literary crowd.
    Kitty was a beautiful and fascinating woman. In her youth she posed for the famous American artist Maxfield Parrish. The extremes of her personality are seen throughout the property. For example, Kitty had Great Danes and Chihuahuas. She was married four times; Derek was her last husband. Her second husband was Robert Lehman of the Lehman Brothers banking family who was one of the richest men in the United States during the mid-30s. Kitty’s grandfather was William Jennings Bryan William Jennings Bryan, known as “TheGreat Commoner”, was a three-time Democratic candidate for president and served as Secretary of State under Woodrow Wilson. Kitty’s mother was the first woman ever appointed as an Ambassador from the United States in the 1930s. Her appointment was to Denmark. It was actually Kitty’s mother who introduced her to Jamaica, which Kitty came to love.
    Derek was an English gentleman whose family had a monopoly on the mining of alum in the mid-1800s for the entire British Empire. Alum was mined for dental use and holding colors fast in fabrics. While Derek, better known as Derry, was chairman of the company which his grandfather had started, his true interest was in horticulture. While in England, Derry worked with lilies, but upon moving to Jamaica noticed that only three common varieties of hibiscus were to be found. He established a full scale nursery, still in operation, and from the red, white and yellow common hibiscus, developed over 560 varieties of hybrids. Today, High Hope still boasts one of the largest collections of hybrids in the world. Derry was known in Jamaica for his philanthropic work and Kitty as an eccentric, fun loving lady. She once had the pool moved from the upper level where the house sits to a lower level of the property because she enjoyed swimming in the nude and did not want to offend her guests. Derry died and was buried in Jamaica. Kitty, who earlier was invited to be an honorary member of the Mohawk Indian tribe, died of natural causes, was cremated and her ashes were scattered over the sacred burial grounds of the Mohawks in upstate New York.
    Over 200 years ago, this property was the site of a retirement home for British Military officers. Before that, there is evidence that the indigenous people of Jamaica, the Arawak Indians found the property to be a useful vantage point (550 ft. elevation) ideal for observing approaching ships. It is fair to assume that the Arawaks were standing in the very place where the villa of High Hope now stands when they saw Christopher Columbus’ ship arriving in Jamaica in search of the new world.