|Description||Location. Couples, beach enthusiasts and spa fans looking for restful Caribbean escapes will find it at the beachfront Jamaica Inn near Ocho Rios, Jamaica. In a private cove on six tranquil acres, the resort for guests 13 and older stands along a 700 foot private beach, offering thatch shades, tranquil sunbathing, and low key diversions like sailing and croquet. |
Hotel Features. The resort's KiYara Ocean Spa is secluded behind a bamboo gate, where guests enter open air rooms with thatch roofs and bordered with dense tropical foliage. Guests will enjoy the river stone massages and body treatments, such as Piņa Colada Body Polish; Caribbean Cooler aloe; Ayurvedic herbs, local ingredients and rain shower; aromatic Jamaican herbal roots; and Tahitian aromatherapy.
Guests are close to many outdoor activities which includes sunfish sailing, kayaking, rafting, surfing, snorkeling and horseback riding on the beach. This hotel is close to a working plantation, botanical gardens, water falls, museums and adventure parks.
Complimentary hors d'oeuvres are served each evening and planters punch is offered on the beach each morning. The resort has several onsite dining options which includes Shanty Town restaurant or five course gourmet dinners under the stars at the Terrace.
Guestrooms. The periwinkle blue Jamaican Inn resort features 45 air conditioned suites with antiques and furnished balconies or verandahs, fresh flowers, high ceilings, ceiling fans, historical West Indian wall prints, louvered windows that open to sea breezes.
Expert Tip. At the Jamaica Inn, Winston Churchill embraced the light for his watercolor painting. Marilyn Monroe, Noel Coward and James Bond author Ian Fleming found appealing in the 1950s at the Jamaica Inn and what attracts an international clientele today is spiritual refreshment, where no TV, radio or clock separates guests and rest.
Please note: The hotel has a dress code for dining. Men can wear long or short sleeved collared shirts and long trousers. Women should dress accordingly.
Due to construction on the main roads leading to Ocho Rios, the estimated driving time to the hotel will be 2 hours.