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Five-star Jamaica? Easy.

A luxury holiday to Jamaica is all about VIP-worthy experiences in a five-star resort, surrounded by tropical scenery. When you stay in one of Jamaica’s best hotels, you can look forward to gourmet dining, sea-view suites and therapeutic spas – all topped off with outstanding Caribbean hospitality.

Whether you’re celebrating an occasion or you simply fancy a special treat, a luxury trip to Jamaica ticks all the boxes. Much-loved for its laidback approach to life, the island is famous for its talc-white beaches and flavour-filled cuisine. But Jamaica is also home to some fantastic resorts, where you can expect private swathes of powdery sands, first-class service and gorgeous accommodation. Suites come with lavish touches like in-room Jacuzzis, complimentary spa treatments and 24-hour room service. You can sip your morning coffee on your sea-view balcony, go for a dip in your private plunge pool and, at the end of the day, sink into your plush king-size bed.

And you’ll find plenty more to enjoy beyond your room. Most five-star hotels in Jamaica are all-inclusive, so you’ll have an incredible range of dining options to choose from – think romantic à la carte restaurants and cosy beachfront bars. You can try Caribbean specialities and net-fresh seafood, and tuck into French, Italian or Japanese cuisine. Sip handcrafted cocktails by the sun-soaked infinity pool, enjoy a rum-tasting session in the lobby bar, or join in with a Jamaican cooking class. For an extra treat, why not request a private dining experience? You could order a Champagne breakfast to you room or savour a romantic meal for two on the beach, under the stars.

So, what are you waiting for? Call our team to start planning your luxury Jamaica holiday. Whether you’re looking for an action-packed resort or an adults-only retreat, our experts will help you choose the perfect place to stay.

Excellence Oyster Bay

Jamaica Inn

Secrets St James

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Excellence Oyster Bay

If you’re looking for an adults-only base for your luxury break in holiday, look no further than Excellence Oyster Bay. On a private peninsula in Montego Bay, this five-star spot has a knockout location. And every suite is celeb-worthy, boasting a two-person Jacuzzi, private balcony and round-the-clock room service.

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When you manage to tear yourself away from your plush suite, you’ll find there’s plenty to do. You can try out watersports by the private beach, look out over the ocean from the stunning rooftop pool, or join in with all kinds of activities. Foodies will love it here, too. Excellence Oyster Bay is home to a whopping 11 restaurants, and just as many bars. Feast on French gourmet cuisine, tuck into authentic Jamaican dishes, or opt for rich Italian specialities. And, if you’re celebrating something special, you can order breakfast in bed or request a private dinner for two on the beach.

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Jamaica Inn

Want to walk in the footsteps of Marilyn Monroe and Winston Churchill? Jamaica Inn is the place for you. Authentic and timeless, this hotel oozes old-world charm. There’s a ‘dapper’ dress code for dinner and, even now, there are no TVs or radios in the bedrooms. If you’re looking for a modern, high-tech resort, this might not be the one for you – but it’s still a brilliant choice for a luxury holiday in Jamaica.

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Whether you opt for an elegant suite, a sea-view bungalow or a bespoke cottage, you can look forward to some peace and quiet – children under age 10 aren’t permitted to stay at Jamaica Inn. Enjoy breakfast on your private balcony, unwind with a therapeutic treatment at the Ocean Spa, and book a candlelit dinner on the beach. You can also expect five-star touches like afternoon tea on the terrace, and daily pre-dinner cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

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Secrets St James Montego Bay

This all-inclusive resort has everything you need for a five-star getaway to Jamaica. As its name suggests, the hotel’s Unlimited-Luxury® set-up really is something else. Gourmet dining, fine wines and top-shelf spirits all come as standard here – but that’s not all.

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With Unlimited-Luxury® you’ll also have waiter service on the beach, 24-hour room service and a wide variety of activities. You can paddle across the sea in a kayak and snorkel with tropical fish. Explore Jamaica on a bike tour, test your culinary skills in a cooking class, and tee off on a nearby golf course. Or, if you simply want to relax, you can unwind by the infinity pool with a fruity rum punch.
To top it all off, you’re guaranteed a beautiful suite at Secrets St James Montego Bay. You can expect lovely views, a stunning bathroom – complete with hydro-tub – and a king-size bed. Thoughtful additions like a well-stocked mini-bar, fluffy bathrobes and an iPad complete the luxurious feel.

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Best time to visit Jamaica

If you want to make the most of the island’s glorious weather, book your luxury holiday to Jamaica between December and March – this is high season. The days are sunny and dry, while the nights are cool and comfortable. Temperatures tend to hover around 30°C, so it’s the perfect time to relax by the pool and your resort’s private beach. As you’d expect, though, such great weather means that December to March is also the most popular time to visit Jamaica.

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If you’re looking for a quieter – and potentially cheaper – getaway, consider booking your trip for April or May instead. The weather is still dry at this time of year, but you’ll find that resorts have lower prices and fewer people. Like most Caribbean islands, Jamaica’s hurricane season runs from June to November, so it’s best to avoid going at this time of year.

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Excellence Oyster Bay

Excellence Oyster Bay

If you’re looking for an adults-only base for your luxury break in holiday, look no further than Excellence Oyster Bay. On a private peninsula in Montego Bay, this five-star spot has a knockout location. And every suite is celeb-worthy, boasting a two-person Jacuzzi, private balcony and round-the-clock room service.

Show More
Show Less

When you manage to tear yourself away from your plush suite, you’ll find there’s plenty to do. You can try out watersports by the private beach, look out over the ocean from the stunning rooftop pool, or join in with all kinds of activities. Foodies will love it here, too. Excellence Oyster Bay is home to a whopping 11 restaurants, and just as many bars. Feast on French gourmet cuisine, tuck into authentic Jamaican dishes, or opt for rich Italian specialities. And, if you’re celebrating something special, you can order breakfast in bed or request a private dinner for two on the beach.

Show More
Show Less

Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn

Want to walk in the footsteps of Marilyn Monroe and Winston Churchill? Jamaica Inn is the place for you. Authentic and timeless, this hotel oozes old-world charm. There’s a ‘dapper’ dress code for dinner and, even now, there are no TVs or radios in the bedrooms. If you’re looking for a modern, high-tech resort, this might not be the one for you – but it’s still a brilliant choice for a luxury holiday in Jamaica.

Show More
Show Less

Whether you opt for an elegant suite, a sea-view bungalow or a bespoke cottage, you can look forward to some peace and quiet – children under age 10 aren’t permitted to stay at Jamaica Inn. Enjoy breakfast on your private balcony, unwind with a therapeutic treatment at the Ocean Spa, and book a candlelit dinner on the beach. You can also expect five-star touches like afternoon tea on the terrace, and daily pre-dinner cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

Show More
Show Less

Secrets St James

Secrets St James Montego Bay

This all-inclusive resort has everything you need for a five-star getaway to Jamaica. As its name suggests, the hotel’s Unlimited-Luxury® set-up really is something else. Gourmet dining, fine wines and top-shelf spirits all come as standard here – but that’s not all.

Show More
Show Less

With Unlimited-Luxury® you’ll also have waiter service on the beach, 24-hour room service and a wide variety of activities. You can paddle across the sea in a kayak and snorkel with tropical fish. Explore Jamaica on a bike tour, test your culinary skills in a cooking class, and tee off on a nearby golf course. Or, if you simply want to relax, you can unwind by the infinity pool with a fruity rum punch.
To top it all off, you’re guaranteed a beautiful suite at Secrets St James Montego Bay. You can expect lovely views, a stunning bathroom – complete with hydro-tub – and a king-size bed. Thoughtful additions like a well-stocked mini-bar, fluffy bathrobes and an iPad complete the luxurious feel.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Jamaica

If you want to make the most of the island’s glorious weather, book your luxury holiday to Jamaica between December and March – this is high season. The days are sunny and dry, while the nights are cool and comfortable. Temperatures tend to hover around 30°C, so it’s the perfect time to relax by the pool and your resort’s private beach. As you’d expect, though, such great weather means that December to March is also the most popular time to visit Jamaica.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re looking for a quieter – and potentially cheaper – getaway, consider booking your trip for April or May instead. The weather is still dry at this time of year, but you’ll find that resorts have lower prices and fewer people. Like most Caribbean islands, Jamaica’s hurricane season runs from June to November, so it’s best to avoid going at this time of year.

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