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Sandals Montego Bay vs Hotel Mocking Bird Hill

Both hotels are recommended by travel writers. Overall, Sandals Montego Bay ranks marginally better than Hotel Mocking Bird Hill. Sandals Montego Bay scores 83 with positive reviews from 7 publications such as Frommer's, Oyster and Lonely Planet.

Sandals Montego Bay
8 / 10
Montego Bay, Kent Avenue, Montego Bay 100, Jamaica
From $507 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Laundry Service
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Frommer's
"It isn't the most glamorous, or the most upscale, of the Sandals resorts, but the chain's management makes it their flagship." Full review
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Try to avoid booking one of the 10 rooms positioned immediately above the dining area; these don't have balconies and may be noisy.
Concierge
"While a similar sense of merriment pervades all of the chain's resorts, including the more relaxed Negril property, this one parties hardest."
Fodor's
"The largest private beach in Montego Bay is the highlight of this Sandals—one of the most popular upscale resorts in the Caribbean." Full review
Star Service
"This is the original all-inclusive resort for couples in love—no children, no singles allowed" Full review
Oyster
All-Inclusive
"For couples seeking a luxurious, all-inclusive experience, with plenty of activities and dining options on-site, Sandals Montego Bay is a beautiful option." Full review
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Hotel Mocking Bird Hill
8 / 10
Mocking Bird Hill, Port Antonio, Jamaica
From $400 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Restaurant
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Concierge
"This 10-room inn, on a quiet hillside 600 feet above the shoreline, is like a family-run New England B&B that's been plopped among palms and bamboo."
Fodor's
"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." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"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." Full review
Frommer's
"This charming, homey, and well-maintained inn competes effectively with hotels and resorts that are larger, grander, and sometimes, much more pretentious." Full review
Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"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." Full review
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