Montego Bay + The North Shore
Hotels in Montego Bay + The North Shore
Opened in Spring 2010 as part of Secrets’ $180 million foray into Jamaica, this all-inclusive resort is set above a half-mile stretch of sand on Montego Peninsula. The hotel adjoins sister property Secrets St. James, with which it shares nine restaurants and nine bars.
As of spring 2013, this property is under new management.
The smallest of the Couples resorts, with just 150 rooms, this adults-only, all-inclusive property is built on a cliff above a seaside cove in Ocho Rios.
It all started here. The concept of a romantic adults-only resort with everything included—food, beverages, activities—began when Couples Tower Isle was launched in 1978 in Tower Isle, an island getaway dating back to 1949.
Gracing its own sandy cove on the east side of Ocho Rios, this classic Caribbean resort has been around since the colonial days of the 1950’s. It has long been a favorite among visiting British elite, including the likes of Winston Churchill.
Legendary 59-year-old estate on 400 acres, 15 minutes from the airport, that offers polished service and a multitude of amenities, including a new 68,000-square-foot spa.
All-inclusive, couples-only Sandals Grande Riviera in Ocho Rios combines two resorts into one on a lush, 44-acre tropical landscape. The beach side is where the club and most of the bars, restaurants, pools, and entertainment are located; meanwhile, the manor side, perched on the St.
Located in Montego Bay, the all-inclusive Rose Hall Resort is set on a former sugar plantation, surrounded by the Blue Mountains and its own private beach. The 489 guest rooms are decorated with white walls and linens, dark wood furniture, and private terraces with views of the sea.
Jet-set bohemians and creative types have flocked to GoldenEye since the mid 20th century, when it was the cliff-top retreat of Ian Fleming, who wrote 14 of his James Bond novels here.
Located on a former sugar plantation near Montego Bay, the 2,200-acre Tryall Club is one of the most spacious resorts on the island.
Steps from the city center, with a Mediterranean feel and a host of classes open to guests, from drawing to cooking.