The official opening of The Ocean Spa

The Ocean Spa at Jamaica Inn officially opened on Saturday, November 23 with a welcoming cocktail party for guests to see the newly re-branded spa.
Guests were greeted with the cocktail of the evening, the Kir Royale and also a Lemongrass refresher, which is the spa’s welcome drink. The new classic décor was enhanced with dozens of white pillar candles which made for …


Chef Maurice’s Divine Cream of Pumpkin Soup

We asked our Executive Chef Maurice to share a festive and tasty recipe  for Thanksgiving. However, this  is a dish that we think you will enjoy all year round.
Serve this pumpkin soup at a holiday gathering or warm up with the delicious flavors on a cold or rainy day.
Chef Maurice’s Cream of Pumpkin Soup 
(serves 4-6)
Ingredients

16 oz peeled pumpkin cut into …


Our Top 5 Instagram Photos

Here is a peek at our top 5 photos on Instagram (in no particular order). Thank you to owner Eric Morrow for sharing all the enticing photos!
Which is your favorite? Let us know by leaving a comment below.
If you don’t already follow Jamaica Inn on Instagram, add @thejamaicainn to see photos like these on a daily basis!
 
1. A divine “Jamaica …


If you like Pina Coladas…

… then the Caribbean is the place for you!
LifestyleMirror.com features their top picks for a great Caribbean vacation including Jamaica Inn in an article titled, “If you like Pina Coladas…”
Stand outs were some of our notable guests in the past, luxurious accommodations and white sand beach. Read the full article on LifestyleMirror.com.


Mark your Calendars for Music Month

Music lovers, tune in. January, 2014 is the month to lyme to great musical entertainment. Two festivals are taking place, both less than an hour drive from our beach resort.
Rebel Salute
Connect with Jamaica culture and experience the roots of reggae music with Rebel Salute. Named after famous Jamaican Reggae singer Tony Rebel, the festival is scheduled to celebrate its 20th …


Jamaica Inn Foundation presents check to Oracabessa Bay Turtle Project

Recently, Kyle Mais of The Jamaica Inn Foundation presented a check to Mel Tennant of The Oracabessa Bay Turtle Project as a continued effort of support for the preservation of the sea turtle population in Jamaica.
Mel Tennant was very appreciative of the contribution to which he commented that “it is due to gifts in kind from members of the community …