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12 reviews
On a secluded 40-hectare peninsula, this clubby old-money refuge retains much of the serenity and sense of privilege of its earlier days when London and Hollywood loyalists vacationed here — Star Service
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14 reviews
GoldenEye, the definition of tasteful living for the well-to-do, is situated above a private cove 1,500 meters east of Oracabessa on Jamaica's north coast. — Star Service
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12 reviews
A small, romantic resort that once drew Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller, the Jamaica Inn is about quiet luxury. — Oyster
$316
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11 reviews
Enviable location on a rock peninsula with ladders down into an azure cove; this is a unique, stylish and comfortable hotel. — Rough Guide
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12 reviews
Gorgeous, romantic small hotel set behind Fort Knox-inspired gates. — Rough Guide
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11 reviews
Perched in the Blue Mountains, the resort has an infinity pool, spa, and offers pure relaxation in Georgian-style cottages. — Fodor's
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11 reviews
Perhaps the coolest place to stay in all of Jamaica, this is the island's ultimate boutique hotel, and hub of the local tourist scene. — DK Eyewitness
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9 reviews
Sandals Royal Plantation is at the pinnacle of the all-inclusive experience, with butler service, premium drinks and elegant dining in an old-plantation atmosphere. — The Telegraph
$871
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10 reviews
Seven miles east of Montego Bay, Half Moon is the island's most upscale all-inclusive resort. — Concierge
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8 reviews
The Geejam is made up of only five private, high-tech cottages on the lush (rainy) foothills of Port Antonio. — Oyster
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6 reviews
The Mocking Bird deserve a lot of credit: not just for being a great hotel (although that it is) but for being one of the most vigorous proponents of ecotourism in Portland parish. — Lonely Planet
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8 reviews
Negril is not known for its intimate lodgings, but Idle Awhile Resort has created quite the reputation for itself, providing 14 whimsical accommodations with quintessential beach-house flair — Star Service
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8 reviews
This spotless hotel, a former sugar plantation, is a more glamorous version of the Holiday Inn SunSpree and a slightly more upscale version of the Starfish — Star Service
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7 reviews
Located on a former sugar plantation near Montego Bay, the 2,200-acre Tryall Club is one of the most spacious resorts on the island. — Travel + Leisure
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9 reviews
Spread across 19 acres on Seven Mile Beach—"the most beautiful beach"—this all-inclusive comprises low-rise stucco buildings. — Condé Nast Traveler
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7 reviews
Sunset at the Palms breaks the mould of the all-inclusive resorts typically found in Jamaica. — The Telegraph
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6 reviews
For travelers seeking a large all-inclusive with plenty of activities and amenities, and a laid-back, easygoing vibe, Sandals Negril Beach Resort & Spa is a great choice. — Oyster
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6 reviews
This hotel is more sophisticated and reserved than its lower-priced siblings, Sandals Inn and Sandals Montego Bay, and the only one that comes with its own private island — Star Service
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7 reviews
The largest private beach in Montego Bay is the highlight of this Sandals—one of the most popular upscale resorts in the Caribbean. — Fodor's
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8 reviews
Winner of four diamonds from AAA, this pink, cliff-side luxurious resort is 5km (3 miles) east of town on a forested plot of land abutting a good white-sand beach. — Frommer's
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