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One Star (Hit or Miss)
Accommodations in Jamaica that receive a one-star rating are typically  small, sparsely furnished, slightly rundown, simple hotels, guesthouses and motels. It is a hit or miss whether the property will be exactly what you're looking in an accommodation, low room rates will usually be the property's best feature. Many of the one-star accommodations constitute hotels run by a live-in owner, located near economical attractions and with access to public transportation. Don't expect to be located near a beach. Amenities are limited, lack of security and furnishings are basic. Rates are between US$15 - US$50
Two Stars (Economy)
This type of accommodation is suited to  anyone looking to save money. Two star properties will usually be clean but simple. Most two-star properties are a great value as far as price goes. For the most part, rates will average below US$90 per night. Don't expect much in the way of amenities.  Most two star hotels are concentrated in the resort town of Negril and Montego Bay, Jamaica. US$60-US$85
Three Stars (MidRange)
Economy hotels are perfect for large families, travelers on a budget. Prices start at US$90.00 - US$180 per night.  Amenities generally include cable television, air conditioning, hot and cold water, free parking and possibly a free continental breakfast. Many of these accommodations has a pool and offers business friendly services like data ports for computers, business centers and fax services. These properties are considered moderate because as a customer you get what you pay for -- and sometimes more. 
Four Stars ( Top End)
These accommodations are spacious, spotless and generally newer. Prices are usually higher than US$210 per night and amenities are above average, usually including a fitness center, room service (varies) and a swimming pool. These hotels are all about quality. From the moment you enter the typically lavish lobby to the minute you check out, you’ll receive impeccable service. These hotels (many are boutique hotels) offer room service, free continental breakfast, nightly cocktails, restaurant dining, of hotel is an easy way to “play it safe” and ensure your lodging experience will be enjoyable.
Five Stars (First Class)
Hotels that receive five stars are flawless. These hotels offer only the highest level of service and accommodations. Guests are treated like royalty – and they usually are royalty. Rooms are generally stocked with top-of-the-line furnishings and extras, and often include VCRs, elaborate tubs or Jacuzzis, heated pools, mini bars and CD stereos. These hotels offer cuisine from their numerous on-site restaurants, and room service is usually 24 hours. Valet parking and bellhop and concierge services are expected at these establishments, which are generally located downtown and/or in a city’s exclusive neighborhoods. Five-star candidates are comprised of sprawling resorts and small, elegant independent properties. Examples include Cozumel’s Allegro Resort and The Breakers Resort in Palm Beach. Five star ratings are rare.