Calling all budding photographers! It’s time again for Jamaica Inn’s photo contest.
We are looking for the top food and drink photos you have taken while at Jamaica Inn. Send us your favorites for a chance to win a stay at our intimate Jamaica resort!
How to enter
Email your favorite food and/or drink photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, address and phone …
You celebrate your marriage with a wedding reception and a honeymoon. Why not celebrate the anticipated arrival of a child with a babymoon in Jamaica?
At this special time in your life it is important to nurture yourself so you can feel and look your best in the hectic months ahead. Let us help you maintain balance, well-being and a deep …
An island escape worth visiting, Jamaica Inn is described by AFAR.com as one of the top Ocho Rios hotels.
Editor Tracy Barry writes:
Old world traditional and elegance abound. The staff and level of attention to service is impeccable.
Jamaica Inn sets itself apart from the many options on the populated coast of Ocho Rios.
Read more of this glowing review on AFAR.com.
AFAR is …
As Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, we all have love and romance on our minds.
MSN features their favorite hotel pools for skinny dipping, and features our spectacular Cottage 7 as one of the top!
Private plunge pools around the world are the perfect place for a little skinny-dipping romance. Peek at hotel and resort pools where tropical breezes caress your hair, water …
Jamaica Inn has received recognition as one of the 2013 10 Best Hotels in the Caribbean by U.S. News & World Report.
The 2013 Best Hotels are calculated based on the aggregate opinion of travel experts and guests expressed through awards, recommendations and ratings.
Jamaica Inn is ranked #4 in the Caribbean and is the #1 Best Hotel in Jamaica. The editors at U.S. News commented …
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 Pacific Ocean. This copy is the …