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“Situated On The Dramatic Cliffs Of Negril, Jamaica”“Situated on the dramatic cliffs of Negril, Jamaica MOON DANCE CLIFFS is a luxury boutique
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“Redefine Leisure For Yourself”“The COTTON TREE Villas, is just a stone's throw from Negril Square, is conveniently locat
Posted by: Cotton Tree Place Hotel

“Montego Bay's Number 1 Airport Hotel”“Tropical Court Hotel is a small hotel strategically overlooking Donald Sangster Internati
Posted by: Tropical Court Resort Hotel

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“The Best Peaceful Villa Ever”Private Member, New York - “The most peaceful and laid back villa I have stayed i
Said about: Garden House Jamaica

“Stayed At Roots Since 1976”Vinny, Bow - “I have stayed at roots since 1976..just about every year. T
Said about: Roots Bamboo Negril Beach Resort

“Best Birthday”Private Member, Negril - “We went to negril for the first time without reservatio
Said about: FootPrints in the Sands Negril

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Jamaica!

Shimmering sunsets, silvery beaches and sparkling waters against a backdrop of luxuriant green forests on mountains stretching 7,000 feet toward the sky make Jamaica a sought-after destination, especially in winter high season. As the third-largest island in the Caribbean, Jamaica brims with lodging options from quaint guest houses dotting mountainsides to luxurious all-inclusive resorts hugging shorelines. Jamaica nourishes souls with aromatic coffee from the famed Blue Mountains and the spiced "jerk" method of preparing meat. Getting to and from Jamaica's major cities and towns is destined to be quicker and easier with pending completion of two major road construction projects, Highway 2000 and the North Coast Highway. These two projects are designed to cut driving time among Jamaica's six resort areas: Kingston, Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Negril, Port Antonio and the South Coast. One goal is for visitors to spend less time on the road and more time soaking up Jamaican sunshine and other delights. Any true Jamaican experience is incomplete, some say, without a drink at Rick's Café where sunsets are legendary and cliff divers provide thrills to go with the cold ones. Capital Kingston is built around the 7th largest natural harbor in the world and is home to other natural attractions including the Royal botanical Gardens at Hope and Chichona Gardens. Near Ocho Rios, Fern Gully can be viewed from zebra-striped safari jeeps heading past 200 different ferns to a viewpoint on "Murphy Hill" (2,000 feet above sea level) to look down upon the cruise ship pier, or on a clear day perhaps to Cuba. Famed Dunn's River Falls is the place to climb the 600-foot terraced cascades for a great sense of accomplishment, chased by Jamaican libation rewards from the island's Red Stripe beer to something more potent.

We have organized our listings of Jamaica's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Jamaica area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Montego Bay
Hotels located on the north side of the Island.
·Kingston
Hotels in Jamaica's capital city, located on the south side of the Island.
·Ocho Rios
Hotel options in the beautiful Ocho Rios area, located to the east of Montego Bay.
·Runaway Bay
Home to the 600-foot Dunn's River falls, this resort hotel region is in the middle of the island's north coast.
·Negril
Hotel options in Negril, famous for its beautiful 7 mile stretch of white sand beach.

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Area Facts: The island of Jamaica is a little smaller than the state of Connecticut. Although still part of the British Commonwealth, Jamaica gained full independence in 1962.

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