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If you want a taste of Jamaica as it was during the Hollywood era, this is your place. Built the n the 1950’s but upgraded to provide all of the modern amenities, it exudes charm and romance. The bar is superb as is the chef’s...More
Just back from Jamaica stayed here as we had to in order to attend a conference was “a package deal”. We come from a warm weather state all of us have pools in our yards and it will be pool weather this month. We went...More
I didn't stay at the hotel but I stopped at the restaurant for a hot meal shortly after arriving on a redeye flight and the chicken curry hit the spot. It took a little while for the food to come out because everything is made...More
This is a quaint charming historic 24 room hotel on the coast in Jamaica between Ocho Rios and Port Maria. This hotel was a hang out for the stars in the 1960s - Sean Connery, Vivien Leigh, Ian Fleming (the creator of James Bond), etc....More
As I didn't stay at the hotel.
Four of us came in around 3:00 looking for lunch, and were seated on the entirely empty terrace, by a very nice waitress. After taking our menu orders, she also brought us water and drinks. After which, we...More
Response from samoamurphy | Reviewed this property |
I don't think there's any airport in Port Maria. Port Maria probably doesn't have more than 5,000 people in this village. There are two major airports in Jamaica: one in Kingston, the other in Montego Bay. Most people... More
I don't think there's any airport in Port Maria. Port Maria probably doesn't have more than 5,000 people in this village. There are two major airports in Jamaica: one in Kingston, the other in Montego Bay. Most people would find it easier to fly into Montego Bay to get to Port Maria.