If you have booked a vacation to the hotel this summer, chances are high that you will either spot a mother sea turtle crawling ashore at night to lay her eggs in the sand, or possibly see the baby turtles hatching and make their way to sea. Mel, our turtle expert from the Oracabessa Turtle Project, has… Read More

Eulalee Wilson has been working in the kitchen department at Jamaica Inn for 11 years. Her dedication, passion and team spirit have earned her the Employee of the Quarter award for first quarter 2014. A typical day for Eulalee begins bright and early, as she often arrives to the hotel before dawn to commence her “mise-en-place” of breakfast. Her day-to-day… Read More

The repertoire of fun things to do when you are staying at Jamaica Inn continues to grow. From the opportunity to experience a real Jamaican cook-up with our new “Noon Time Nyam Up” tour to looking forward to total rejuvenation during our September Inner Peace in Paradise Yoga Retreat, there is always something new and exciting to… Read More

Journey with Jamaican Inn’s Executive Chef Maurice each Friday at 10:30 a.m. as he visits one of his favorite places in Ocho Rios, the local Farmer’s Market, located just a few minutes away from the hotel. Tour the Market Join Chef Maurice as he checks out the weekly supply of fruit, vegetables and organic fresh… Read More

Shawn Salmon has been working at Jamaica Inn for seven years in the Maintenance Department. His dedication, consistency, efficiency and passion for his field led to him being named Employee of the Quarter for fourth quarter 2013. Having a talent for electrical work, Shawn knew from a young age what he wanted to do for… Read More

We are sure you’re familiar with the other Jamaica Inn in Cornwall, UK. This 400-year old inn and historic smuggling museum was made famous by well-known author Daphne Du Maurier who after visiting the inn in 1930, was inspired to write her most famous novel, Jamaica Inn. The novel was even dramatized by Alfred Hitchcock. If… Read More