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Loved it! Will go back again only to stay longer next time. Safe and easy walk to shop and close to all attractions. Rooms are neat and clean with a wonderful view. They also have a nice balcony with a beautiful view. The grounds are...More
We have been staying at the Hibiscus off and on for 25 years through two generations of ownership and the improvements continue. All rooms have been upgraded, a new chef is getting rave reviews (at the attached Almond Tree Restaurant) and the long-standing staff continue...More
We had 2 nights at HIBISCUS LODGE, and to be honest we wish we had been able to stay longer.
We booked months ahead of our visit so were given a great room, (no.25), with a jolly nice view, the balcony was a quiet place...More
Good points include
Access to sea swim down cliff steps
Good room, ac cold, wifi good
Good sea view
Good swimming pool
Points to beware
20 % Tax is excluded. Tax
US$ 10 electricity fee per night is excluded.. Electricity fee...More
A beautiful view of the ocean, the rooms are so confortables and clean. The breakfast is included and it has a menu so delicious. It is a private and wonderful place. The place is perfect to travel to the atractions in the area. Big parking...More
US$118 - US$195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#5 Family Hotel in Ocho Rios
#8 Romantic Hotel in Ocho Rios
#9 Spa Hotel in Ocho Rios
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Number of rooms
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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.