Port Antonio Hotels

Port Antonio hotels welcome eco-tourists, cultural travelers, beachcombers, and plenty of people who want to escape from the everyday. Located to the west of Montego Bay and Runaway Bay hotels, Port Antonio is found on Jamaica's north coast, nestled among twin harbors, where the mountains dip into the sea. This beautiful place is known for its plentiful palm trees, orchids, bananas, and waterfalls, providing a scenic setting for Port Antonio Jamaica hotels.

Like with the Ocho Rio hotels, your choices for lodging in Port Antonio are varied. Whether you're looking for a romantic escape, taking a family vacation, heading out on spring break, or looking to leave winter weather behind, you'll find Port Antonia accommodations to suit your vacation. A variety of room sizes, prices, and amenities mean that all types of vacationers will find the perfect place to relax after a long day of exploring.

Today's travelers can enjoy luxury after arriving at their Port Antonia accommodations. With luxury fit for a king, one of the primer Port Antonio Jamaica hotels is tucked into a lush rainforest. The Geejam Hotel (pictured) may be secluded, but the jewel-box property offers world-class service and modern amenities. Whether guests have rented the entire property or a one-room villa, they'll find an attentive staff, fine wine, international cuisine, a long list of places to play, and even a recording studio. The white sand beaches of Frenchman's Cove, San San Beach, James Bond Beach, and Boston Bay are just minutes from away, as are golf courses and night clubs.

Another one of the Port Antonio hotels surrounded by the rainforest, San San Tropez can accommodate up to fifteen guests at one time, offering an exclusive retreat. The six suites, named after tropical fruit, feature bright linens, comfortable furniture, cable TV, and air conditioning. Guests also can enjoy the swimming pool, a restaurant serving Italian cuisine, and private patios adjacent to each suite.

Not all of the Port Antonio Jamaica hotels are as small. With 80 suites, the Jamaica Palace Hotel offers its guests spacious accommodations, complete with hand-carved beds, oriental rugs, and a unique décor. Specials rates and packages are available for groups, so if you're planning a wedding or bringing the whole family, everyone can find their own space. The whole hotel feels like an art gallery, and most of the pieces are for sell to those inclined to take home a treasure from their time in Jamaica.

Like the other choices for Port Antonia accommodations, the Fern Hill Club Hotel offers fantastic views along with friendly service. Guests can soak in the sun at one of the three pools or make a short walk to the Frenchman Cove Beach or the white sands of San San. Other relaxing options include playing pool, hanging out in the lounge, strolling through the grove of fruit trees, and enjoying tasty cosine fusing Jamaican flavors with other tastes. Nightly rates for all of the rooms, ranging from efficiencies to two-bedroom suites, include continental breakfast.

No matter which Port Antonio hotels you've picked, you should make time to visit soak in the natural beauty. At Somerset Falls on the Daniels River, you can take a dip in a waterfall and the waters off the coast are known for fantastic deep-sea fishing for marlin, tuna, and kingfish. Several companies offer eco-tours, providing access some amazing places off the beaten path.

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