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Where to stay in Jamaica

Where to stay in Jamaica

Jamaica has many accommodation options to suit all preferences and budgets. From hotels and all-inclusive resorts to luxury guesthouses and youth hostels, you can stay your way.

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Boutique vibes

Geejam Hotel is a boutique hotel at the foot of the Blue Mountains in Port Antonio. A rainforest retreat, it features dreamy private villas with all the mod cons to make you feel alright. Get pampered at the spa, find the secret bush bar and enjoy private beach access. There’s even a recording studio if you feel like mixing and mastering your own island grooves!  

Movie set vibes

Sandals Royal Plantation is the 5-star, all-inclusive beach resort where Tom Cruise’s Cocktail was filmed. If you’re too young to remember, not to worry. All you need to know is that Sandals offers the epitome of luxury plantation living and you’ll get to rub shoulders with the international jet set! Located in Ocho Rios, expect personalised service (your own butler on hand), watersports galore, and not one but two private beaches to enjoy. Jamaica’s only caviar and Champagne bar can also be found on-site.

Grotto vibes

Looking for an intimate seaside stay and maybe a room with a view? The Caves in Negril has got you covered! It offers 12 private, thatch-roof, wood and stone cottages set on a cliff with ocean views. A highlight is the cave bar and its “porthole” onto the sea. Other on-site amenities include a hot tub, saltwater swimming pool and a Top Five in Jamaica-rated spa. There’s also plenty to do in the area from kayaking, snorkelling and biking to exploring caves.

Happy hostel vibes

Five Gables in Montego Bay is wildly popular with the budget-conscious and backpacking set. Set on a hill in a lush garden, you can choose from a mixed dorm, a double room or a single room. A veranda overlooks the pool and the ocean, there’s free Wi-Fi, a fabulous common room and your airport transfers are sorted. You’re also just 12 minutes from the restaurant, shopping and nightlife action on “Hip Strip” in town.

Frequently asked questions

10 days is the perfect length of time to relax, explore & indulge in the culture, food & festivities of Jamaican hospitality.

Hiring a car is a great way to see the island at your own pace. Alternatively there are taxis, uber or buses to help get around.

Avoid the crowds and arrive in November for the best deals, otherwise December to April offers optimal weather for a Jamaican break.

Make music at the Bob Marley Museum, relax in all-inclusive luxury or make a splash at Dunn's River Falls - there is something for everyone.

Flight Centre's team of Travel Experts know Jamaica like the back of their hand and have worked hard to curate the best holiday packages on the market. Check out what we have available online or in store today!

Montego Bay offers bustling beaches, buzzing nightlife & world-class resorts. For a slower pace, head to Negril where it's more laid-back!

Don't forget your universal power adaptor, passport & the most comfortable pair of shoes you own to explore. For main character vibes, we recommend headphones & a great playlist!

Travelling with the family? Stay in Montego Bay for all-inclusive resorts that offer great activities for all ages. If you love watersports, head to Ocho Rios to swim, hike & cliff dive into the Cool Blue Hole.

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