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Goldeneye Resort

Jamaica 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There's no better place to channel the spirit of Agent 007 than this stunning, three-bedroom clifftop house, where Ian Fleming wrote the bulk of his James Bond novels. — Concierge

Whether you're a James Bond buff or just a fan of luxury getaways, this exclusive address 20 minutes east of Ocho Rios holds special appeal. — Fodor's

Hidden in plain sight on the island’s northern coast, GoldenEye has long been a mainstay of Caribbean casual chic. — Condé Nast Traveler

Whether you prefer your history shaken or stirred, this Caribbean paradise is sure to appeal. — Gayot

If this looks like the type of place James Bond might have retired to, it’s possibly because his creator Ian Fleming used to live here. — Lonely Planet

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Jamaica Inn

Jamaica 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of Jamaica's class acts. — Concierge

A small, romantic resort that once drew Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller, the Jamaica Inn is about quiet luxury. — Oyster

This property is one of the few remaining traditional beach hotels, but is quickly fading into oblivion in the minds of anxious vacationers. A paragon of the posh 1950s Jamaican resort,... — Star Service

It's an elegant anachronism, a true retro hotel in the most upscale sense of the word. — Frommer's

Winston Churchill’s favorite hotel, this exquisite family-run ‘inn’, tucked in a private cove, exudes patrician refinement. — Lonely Planet

Round Hill Hotel & Villas

Jamaica 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A cluster of cottages poised on the idyllic beaches of Montego Bay, Jamaica's Round Hill Hotel & Villas was the retreat of choice for such rich and glamorous 1950s personalities as Jackie and JFK. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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... — Star Service

A legend, the most prestigious address in Jamaica, even though it lacks the extensive facilities... of Half Moon. — Frommer's

A west shore institution, Round Hill is one of the places that put Jamaican tourism on the map. — Travel + Leisure

Like a mini-Mustique, this former pineapple plantation on a 110-acre peninsula in Montego Bay is a collective run by the owners of its 29 villas. — Concierge

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Rockhouse Hotel

Jamaica 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The lush, laid-back Rockhouse creates a holistic haven -- gourmet dining, morning yoga, cliffside loungers, a premium spa, no kids under 12, and beautiful eco-appropriate design. — Oyster

Enviable location on a rock peninsula with ladders down into an azure cove; this is a unique, stylish and comfortable hotel. — Rough Guide

Laidback-luxe cliffside boutique on Negril's West End, with 34 thatch-and-tiber rooms, an infinity pool, and ladders leading down into turquoise waters. — Jetsetter

Set on the cliffs near Seven Mile Beach, this charming collection of thatch-roofed, timber-and-stone villas is one of the best all-inclusive values on the island. — Concierge

This ultrahip hangout takes its name from its cluster of thatched-roof bungalows built atop rock cliffs that jut just above an aquamarine cove. — Travel + Leisure

Geejam

Jamaica 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hovering above the coast in Port Antonio, Geejam has a magical air — an off-beat Jamaican style set against the overwhelming tropical forest. — The Telegraph

The structures blend right into the dense foliage, but their white-on-white interiors and Philippe Starck fixtures are a nice balance to the area's raw, jungle appeal. — Concierge

If old-school celebrities once stayed in gingerbread Victorian guest houses, today rock stars and hip-hop moguls come to Gee Jam for ultra-modern design, cuisine and a high bar of exclusivity. — Lonely Planet

This is the ultimate über luxury insider escape in Jamaica, lying near San San Beach. — Frommer's

Located 10 minutes east of Port Antonio, this stylish rockers' getaway... was once a music producer's hideaway. — Fodor's

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The Caves

Jamaica 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 12-room resort challenges the notion of the tour package/cookie-cutter all-inclusive, not only for its small size but also for its abundance of character. — Concierge

Arguably Jamaica's most romantic escape (for adults only), the Caves' 12 unique, private cottages and suites are tucked along lush garden paths and dramatic seaside cliffs. — Oyster

Located atop Negril’s limestone cliffs, the Caves is an all-inclusive, adults-only resort surrounded by 10 acres of tropical gardens. — Travel + Leisure

Although the nearest beach is a 12-minute ride away, Negril's most atmospheric and elegant small inn still attracts international celebrities. — Frommer's

Reportedly Naomi Campbell’s favourite hotel — and after staying here, it may just be yours too. — The Telegraph

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Hotel Mocking Bird Hill

Jamaica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This charming, homey, and well-maintained inn competes effectively with hotels and resorts that are larger, grander, and sometimes, much more pretentious. — Frommer's

A small, independent hotel with a soft and welcoming touch. — The Telegraph

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

With only 10 rooms, some overlooking the sea and all with views of lush hillsides, Mocking Bird Hill is much more like a cozy bed-and-breakfast than a hotel. — Fodor's

The restaurant at Hotel Mocking Bird Hill has become a destination unto itself, thanks to chef Melvin Laidlaw, who gets most of his produce from an on-site garden. — Travel + Leisure

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Tensing Pen Resort

Jamaica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Networked by little paths and with a hair-raising suspension bridge between the cliffs, this is a truly beautiful place to stay. — DK Eyewitness

It's hip without being pretentious—definitely a top spot for affordable chic, and the kind of place that makes you want to check in and just laze in your room, or in a hammock, with a book. — Fodor's

With an intimate collection of 17 cottages (22 rooms), Tensing Pen is where guests come to unplug. — Oyster

Relaxed cliffside retreat in Negril's West End, with thatch-roofed cottages, a swimming pool on the rocks and panoramic sea views. — Jetsetter

Tensing Pen is one of those rare island hideaways that has made the successful transition from 1974 hippie hangout to rustic-chic boutique hotel. — Travel + Leisure

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Couples Swept Away

Jamaica 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For sports-minded couples, this all-suites resort is known for its expansive sports offerings, top-notch facilities (Jamaica's best and among the Caribbean's best), and healthy cuisine. — Fodor's

A magnificent all-inclusive, adults-only resort that boasts the island’s best-equipped sports and fitness facility. — Lonely Planet

Ranked among Jamaica's more popular all-inclusive adults-only properties, this place competes locally with its sibling Couples and Grand Lido, with a high-minded, low-calorie approach to... — Star Service

Extensive landscaped gardens, great facilities and a sound environmental policy make this a better all-inclusive. — Rough Guide

The 312 airy wood-and-tile suites are spread out over 17 acres of gardens along Negril's Seven Mile Beach. — Travel + Leisure

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Strawberry Hill

Jamaica 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Jamaica's best hotels. this place has beautifully designed wooden cottages spread over a hillside with spectacular Kingston views. — DK Eyewitness

Chic, dreamy décor embraces guests at this romantic hillside retreat. — Gayot

Stylish hillside sleep with topnotch local fare, splurge-worthy spa and infinity pool with a view. — Jetsetter

Forget the beach; this is one of the most breathtakingly romantic spots in the Caribbean. — Concierge

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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Jakes Hotel, Villas & Spa

Jamaica 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Jakes takes seaside charm and combines it with art and indivuality to create a chic place that oozes personality. — Fodor's

An utterly funky hotel overlooking Treasure Beach on the secluded south coast, Jake’s lives and breathes eccentric, from the free-form swimming pool to the multiculti, hippie-chic décor. — Travel + Leisure

Jakes is a low-key and very stylish independent hotel, consisting of brightly coloured cottages strung along shoreline in a tiny, sleepy seaside town. — The Telegraph

Funky, hip, and set on the relatively remote south coast, Jake's serves up the quintessential vacation in Jamaica. — Concierge

Run by the dynamic Jason Henzell, perhaps the main player in the local tourism scene, Jake’s is a unique spot, bursting with imagination and personality. — Rough Guide

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Sandals Royal Plantation

Jamaica 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Steps from the city center, with a Mediterranean feel and a host of classes open to guests, from drawing to cooking. — Travel + Leisure

Quiet and classy, the colonial-style, 74-room, adults-only (18+) Sandals Royal Plantation snatched a prime patch of beach when it was built in the 1950s. — Oyster

View the entire 2011 Gold List of the world's best places to stay › Also appeared in the Gold List in 2008 Amenities: ... — Concierge

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

All the spacious hotel suites are decorated in plantation style and are appointed with handcrafted mahogany beds and other elegant furnishings. — Fodor's

Sandals Montego Bay

Jamaica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It isn't the most glamorous, or the most upscale, of the Sandals resorts, but the chain's management makes it their flagship. — Frommer's

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

A superb all-inclusive, couples-only resort where you and the one you love can seek out that honeymoon sparkle while snorkeling, sailing and sunning to your heart’s content. — Lonely Planet

With seven properties across the island, Sandals has cornered Jamaica’s all-inclusive market for couples, with each property offering is own romantic twist in terms of location and dining. — The Telegraph

For couples seeking a luxurious, all-inclusive experience, with plenty of activities and dining options on-site, Sandals Montego Bay is a beautiful option. — Oyster

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Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa

Jamaica 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A former sugar plantation fronting a long beach backed with lush mountains, the hotel has a fabulous setting that makes up for the somewhat corporate-feeling rooms. — The Telegraph

The all-inclusive Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa skillfully blends past and present. — Gayot

Fronted by a beautiful 300m-long beach and dominated by two high-rise buildings, this is a giant property serviced by five restaurants, four bars... and a water park. — Lonely Planet

Located in Montego Bay, the all-inclusive Rose Hall Resort is set on a former sugar plantation, surrounded by the Blue Mountains and its own private beach. — Travel + Leisure

The Hilton all-inclusive resort occupies part of the beachfront to Jamaica’s most famous 18th-century sugar plantation. — Frommer's

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Idle Awhile The Beach

Jamaica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sophisticated small hotel with beautifully designed rooms, all with a/c, TV and wi-fi. — Rough Guide

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

Classy and upscale place right on the beach and offering gorgeous rooms with private verandas, refrigerators, and all mod cons; the suites have a kitchen. — DK Eyewitness

Enjoying a choice but narrow spot in the middle of Seven Mile Beach, this is an intimate, personal inn. — Frommer's

Idle Awhile is a three-pearl, 14-room beachfront hotel. — Oyster

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Sunset at the Palms

Jamaica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sunset at the Palms Resort became an adults-only all-inclusive resort in December 2013. The amenity roster and service offerings have changed. Upgrades now tack on robes and slippers in... — Star Service

Elegant wooden cabins in lush gardens, plus friendly service and great facilities make this the most attractive and private all-inclusive in Negril. — Rough Guide

Sunset at the Palms is proof that an all-inclusive hotel doesn’t have to be bland. — Lonely Planet

Sunset at the Palms breaks the mould of the all-inclusive resorts typically found in Jamaica. — The Telegraph

This place appeals to eco-travelers who want to get away from it all without spending a fortune; it's an especially good choice for families with kids. — Frommer's

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from $276

Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort and Private Island

Jamaica 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This upscale hotel challenges the pre-eminence of the paramount pair here, Round Hill and Tryall, with service that is just as prompt and polite, and dining gets better every year.... — Star Service

The private island's brand new over-water villas are what set the Sandals Royal Caribbean property apart from the six other Sandals resorts in Jamaica. — The Telegraph

Four miles (6 km) east of the airport, this elegant resort consists of Jamaican-style buildings arranged in a semicircle around attractive gardens. — Fodor's

For adult guests who want to enjoy an all-inclusive experience but prefer a resort that’s a bit smaller and more private, Sandals Royal Caribbean makes a great choice. — Oyster

This couples-only outpost of the Sandals empire really lays on the nostalgia for the British Empire, albeit in an impressive manner. — Lonely Planet

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Catcha Falling Star

Jamaica 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A clutch of quirky cottages, flowering hibiscus, and stairways amble down the cliffs to ladders leading into the sea at this lovely little retreat. — Frommer's

Newly refurbished hotel in ideal clifftop location, featuring a range of private and attractive rooms. — Rough Guide

Catcha Falling Star is hidden from the road by a fence and greenery, with wooden cabins scattered around cliffside gardens. — The Telegraph

In inimitable West End style, these pleasant fan-cooled cottages – including several with two bedrooms – sit on the cliffs. — Lonely Planet

Surely one of the prettiest properties on the West End cliffs, this place proclaims "to rekindle the romance." — Fodor's

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Half Moon

Jamaica 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sprawling beachfront resort with 54 pools, a golf course, a spa, an equestrian center and a dolphin lagoon. — Jetsetter

Half Moon seems more like a town than a mere resort.... one of Jamaica's biggest resorts. — Fodor's

This property was reflagged as Half Moon, a RockResort, in January 2011. On a wide swath of shoreline, backed by 400 lush landscaped acres of Montego Bay proper, this property ranks with... — Star Service

Drawing everyone from Queen Elizabeth to 50 Cent, Half Moon strives for timeless, understated luxury (even at the swim-up bar). — Oyster

Legendary 59-year-old estate on 400 acres, 15 minutes from the airport, that offers polished service and a multitude of amenities, including a new 68,000-square-foot spa. — Travel + Leisure

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Tryall Club

Jamaica 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Service is friendly and refined, and the sprawling acreage keeps crowds to a minimum, enhancing the private villa atmosphere. — Star Service

Residential golf/tennis resort on 2,200 landscaped acres with sweeping views of mountains and sea, 35 minutes west of Montego Bay. — Andrew Harper

Every conceivable luxury is on hand, and the villa suites... are fully staffed with 24/7 personal service. — Lonely Planet

The sumptuous villas—each with a private pool—and pampering staff, lend a home-away-from-home atmosphere to this golfers' haven west of Mo'Bay. — Fodor's

Tryall Club is an all-villa club and resort spanning 2,200 acres. With 75 private villas to choose from, the resort is set on a golf course and private beach. It’s anchored by The Great... — The Telegraph

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