The Jamaica Palace Hotel, a luxurious hideaway nestled on 5 tropical acres between the Blue Mountains and the Caribbean combines Europe.
Only 6km from Port Antonio, the resort is ideal for travelers seeking tranquility. Our unique and spacious rooms and suites feature beautiful antiques and art by renowned artists.
With palladian style architecture, and a waterfall in the dining room, public areas are exquisite artworks. Jamaica Palace Hotel - the ideal getaway.
The two storey structure of the Jamaica Palace Hotel was hand-crafted by six hundred local workers and artists during 1987 - 1988.
The masterpiece paolladian architecture with its countless interior and exterior details opened its doors for business in December 19888, three months after surviving Huricanne Gilbert without any damage.
Being of such uniqueness, the hotel immediately attracted the interest of Robin Leach, Lifestyle of the Rich and Famous.
The majestic appearance of the structure,its perfect integration into the lush tropical surroundings, the elaborate spacious layout of the elegant rooms and public areas led to the developement of becoming a highly demanded location spot for movie productions,
Advertising Agencies and travel writers.
All the foregoing was crowned when the hotel's famous sundeck appeared on the of Terry McMillan's first edition of "How Stella got her groove back".