Suite Highlight: White Suite

admin July 11, 2018


Today we’d like to highlight one of our most popular luxury suites, the White Suite also known as the “Winston Churchill” Suite. This expansive room has beautiful black and white terrazzo floors from the 1950’s amidst elegantly decorated furniture. Winston Churchill, after whom this elegant suite is aptly named used to frequent the suite in the 1950’s. An avid fan of scenic destinations, he was said to paint on the terrace overlooking the beautiful view of the turquoise sea. 
The 1996 sq ft suite features a large bedroom, sitting area, and expansive private grounds with an oceanfront sundeck and sweeping views of the Caribbean.The wrap around terrace facing west ward also provides serene views of the Ocho Rios coast line. The White Suite has its own private entrance to the sea leading to the best area on the property for snorkeling.

 
One of the guests favorite features of this room, is the fact that they can feed hundreds of sargent major fish that come up for breakfast between the hours of 7:00am – 8:00am for breakfast. The White Suite’s extreme privacy provides an idealic getaway for persons who enjoy the peace and tranquility  of an ocean front suite.  Be sure to ask about our White Suite when speaking with our reservationists! Call us direct at 1 877 470 6975 or email us at reservations@jamaicainn.com.
 

4 Comments

  1. Blaceta
    Reply

    Thanks for the information
    Kindly send me a quote for 5 days staying in one of your less expedite rooms. I would like to take my grandaughter to visit Jamaica before shool reopens.
    Thanks. Blaceta

    1. Jamaica Inn

      Hello Blaceta, our reservations team will reach out to you shortly.

  2. Harold H Hudson
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    ave been to the Jamaica Inn seven times since my first visit in 1970 and each one has been highly enjoyable, especially the last one in the White Suite. I am now simi-handicapped in that I walk with a cane and have trouble with steps without adequate handrails. The steps from the dinning level down to the west wing was particularly difficult last time. I am wondering if anything has been done in the last few years to make going up and down the various levels easier

    1. Jamaica Inn

      Thank you Harold! We hope to have you here with us soon.

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