Jamaica Inn makes 2013 Condé Nast Traveler Gold List

The editors of Condé Nast Traveler have named Jamaica Inn as one of the World’s Best Places to Stay in its 2013 Gold List in the January issue on newsstands soon.
More than 47,000 readers named their 1,300 of their favorite hotels and destinations worldwide in the 2012 Readers’ Choice survey, which published in October.
What did Condé Nast Traveler readers have to say about Jamaica …

Bridal “Getaway”

For brides-to-be, we recommend going to the newsstands and purchasing the November issue of Brides magazine. Jamaica Inn is recommended as an old-school classic getaway with a delicious atmosphere and 700-foot-long secluded beach.
When planning your Jamaica wedding at Jamaica Inn, note that we will work with you on every detail to ensure your day is perfect. We even offer several spa treatment …

KiYara Autumn Harvest

Treat yourself this holiday to a Thanksgiving favorite –pumpkin, enjoyed in an entirely new way!
Loaded with vitamins, anti-oxidants, enzymes and mixed with healing Caribbean spices, this autumn veggie takes on a whole new persona to nourish your body from the outside in.
We start with a Cinnamon Pumpkin Body Polish, to slough off old dull skin cells and give your body …

2012 Fodor’s Choice hotel

Jamaica Inn has been recognized as a 2012 Fodor’s Choice selection.
The leading name in travel guides for over 75 years, the editors and experts of Fodor’s have been selecting only the top fifteen percent of their listed properties and activities as Fodor’s Choice award recipients since 1988.
Every year, Fodor’s writers experience, examine and evaluate thousands of hotels, restaurants and attractions …

Complimentary Cocktails from Teddy

What makes a relaxing beach vacation in Jamaica even better? A complimentary chilled cocktail delivered to you on your own palapa.
Our longtime bartender Teddy brings you your choice of cocktail along with a generous smile each afternoon at 11:30.
Read one recent guest’s experience online at Lushworthy Travel.
If you aren’t going to be traveling to our Jamaica hotel any time soon, …

No damage from Hurricane Sandy

We are happy to report that Jamaica Inn received no major damage from Hurricane Sandy as it passed by this Wednesday, October 24. We would like to thank everyone for the well wishes and prayers these past few days.
One of our in-house guests, Mr. Richard Napp, said, “We were well taken care of and felt very secure at all times. …