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Staff was very friendly and the hotel is in a great location, walking distance to most places in Ocho Rios. This hotel is not for light sleepers though: I stayed on a Friday night and I could hear the music from a nearby club in...More
My daughter's wedding was beautiful and everything went well over the weekend until it was time to check out. When I got to the front desk a couple who attended the wedding was checking out. The front desk clerk was in the process of informing...More
Good people. Nice rooms. Beautiful views. Pool. Close to town. Good food. Good service. Who could ask for anything more all at a reasonable price! Security so you feel safe. Very accommodating family-owned place.
The hotel offers an amazing view to the ocean. It is located in the center of the vibrant city of Ocho Rios. The service is however very poor; we had to wait long time to get breakfast. The staff does not care about the customer...More
The facility on a whole was good, very clean and the ocean view was breathtaking, the clean, clear, blue crystal water, so still and peaceful. Nevertheless, the house keeper for my room was extremely lazy and If I should really be honesty, "NASTY"
US$ 129 - US$ 213 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#5 Family Hotel in Ocho Rios
#8 Romantic Hotel in Ocho Rios
#9 Spa Hotel in Ocho Rios
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we walked outside to eat every night, and had dinner at the Almond Tree only one night. There are a lot of locals hanging outside and it may seem very intimidating but no one bothered us at all. Just watch out for cars... More
we walked outside to eat every night, and had dinner at the Almond Tree only one night. There are a lot of locals hanging outside and it may seem very intimidating but no one bothered us at all. Just watch out for cars because they are crazy. I would get yourselves familiar with a map as it might be harder to navigate in thr dark+all the people. We ate at Miss T's which was our favorite restaurant there-- we even tried the jerk grill stands on the street and oh my god they were delicious. the mangos and other fruits were great as well.