Jamaica Inn | Jamaica | If Only

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Quintessentially Jamaican and often described as 'a small iconic hotel', Jamaica Inn dates back to the 1950s and was very much a hot spot for Hollywood aristocracy and British nobility. This resort offers a relaxing and stylish holiday.

The 55 spacious suites, bungalows and cottages are spread over a lush 8 acre property each offering breath taking views of the ocean. Each suite also benefits from a private balcony or large veranda to enjoy the refreshing sea breeze. No televisions or radios, only the surround sound of the sea.

Guests can savour international cuisine with a Jamaican twist on their veranda, on the beach or at the open-air restaurant whilst enjoying uninterrupted views and listening to live music each night.

Experience the healing touch of nature at the Ocean Spa, the spa menu features treatments drawn from the plants of the island, sourced from local organic farmers.


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0141 955 4000

What's nearby

Pack a picnic and visit Noël Coward’s Jamaican home, Firefly – exactly as he left it. The birthplace and musical roots of reggae artist Bob Marley are also on the island. Feel the rush of adrenalin kayaking, river tubing or zip-lining in White River Valley. Explore further afield on a Blue Mountain bike tour to view tropical rainforest, coffee plantations and waterfalls.

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 56 suites & cottages
  • 2 restaurants and bars
  • 1 pools


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Norman Manley International Airport & Sangster International Airport


Approximately 90 minutes by car from Montego Bay Airport


January to March is the peak travel season when the island and resorts are at their busiest. April and May can be a pleasant time to visit when average temperatures range from 22 degrees to 30 degrees, rainfall is relatively low and the main resorts are less crowded. Keen sailors and enthusiastic spectators shouldn’t miss the Easter Regatta. This 4 day event held in March or April annually brings an exhilarating atmosphere to the picturesque Montego Bay and welcomes locals and visitors alike to take part.