You can’t take a trip to Jamaica without visiting Rick's Café – one of the most popular places to dine and party in all of Jamaica … if not the Caribbean.
Have a daiquiri or a Red Stripe as you look out at the sparkling Caribbean Sea.
Spend the day by the pool, go cliff diving, grab some food and stay for the party at Negril’s Rick’s Café – one of the first public bars and restaurants on the West End Cliffs.
Rick's Café is known for incredible sunset views.
If you dare, you can plunge 35 feet off the cliffs straight into the ocean at Rick’s Café.
Relax by the pool at Jake's Hotel & Villas – a unique, colorful boutique resort on Jamaica’s Treasure Beach.
The 6-bedroom Seaweed Luxury Villa at Jake's boasts stunning views of the Caribbean sea, plus a private gym and 2-level infinity pool.
Imagine waking up to this view! The Seaweed Luxury Villa has a 270-degree view of the Caribbean … not too shabby!
Unplug at one of the charmingly rustic cottages or villas at this unique bohemian resort.
The Round Hill Resort is located in Montego Bay. For the wealthy, this is the place to be if you’re in Jamaica -- the hills are lined with multimillion-dollar villas that peek through the forests and look out over the sea.
Jamaica’s most famous getaway is also one of the island’s oldest. Built in 1953, the Round Hill Hotel was originally the private haven of celebrities. The boutique Caribbean resort property is made up of 27 private villas, a 36-room oceanfront hotel, a spa and some of the finest restaurants in Montego Bay.
The only place to truly unwind like royalty in Ocho Rios is at Sandals Royal Plantation.
Sandals Royal Plantation is one of the finest resorts on the island and has been a secret getaway for celebs like Elizabeth Taylor, Jessica Simpson and Robin Williams. Besides the resort’s stunning beaches, the resort is famous for its unparalleled butler service.
The King's House in Spanishtown, Jamaica.
Get a taste of traditional Jamaican cuisine at one of the many food stalls at Faith's Pen.