It has been 65 years since Mr. Frank Morrow first landed on the beautiful island of Jamaica and immediately fell in love with it. The first hotel In 1948, the Morrow brothers ventured to the island to investigate entrepreneurial opportunities in the tourism industry which at that time was just starting to make headway in… Read More


Members of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, a prestigious global culinary society, recently gathered at Jamaica Inn for their annual induction ceremony. Jamaica Inn General Manager, and member of the organization, Kyle Mais offered to host the event at our intimate resort. The nostalgia of the “glam past” and “jet-setting” era of the 50’s and 60’s,… Read More


We have added a lovely new tour to our repertoire of fun things to do when you are staying at Jamaica Inn. “Noon Time Nyam Up” is all about experiencing a real Jamaican cook-up, featuring a 3-course luncheon farm-to-table style. Guests enjoy a presentation about the fruits and vegetables used for cooking (some harvested from… Read More


Located in St. Mary (about a twenty minute drive out of Ocho Rios heading to the Eastern side of the island towards Port Antonio), Firefly is perched up on a hillside with the most magnificent views of the coast. This must have been the motive for Noël Coward to immediately take interest in the land and… Read More


Jamaica Inn is hosting an exhibition of Antique Maps, Plans and Engravings of Jamaica and West Indian Interests on Saturday, February 9 and Sunday, February 10 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. At the exhibition you will see many antique maps such as this one pictured here. First published 1589, Ortelius “Maris Pacifici” is the first map of the… Read More