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I stayed here with my father for a quick three nights. We adventured out of the hotel grounds many times, but seemed to be continually drawn back to the hotels bar. We met the owner many nights chatting with guests and insuring that everyone was...More
I was in Jamaica for business trip in March 2015 and for couple of days when to Ocho Rios. Choosed this hotel because of good advises there and actually could say that it's a good place to stay with a beautiful view. Not really up...More
Ocho Rios is known as a overpriced, crowded and noisy spot in Jamaica. Hibiscus Lodge was a very pleasant discovery. Since the scenery is absolutely unique, spending your time at the room (not that it's not cozy) or going to tourist packed places is a...More
You cannot beat the view from this hotel. We had Room #14 and it was right over the ocean. The hotel doesn't have a beach but has a sundeck with an access to the water. Breakfast was great and included in our room price. I'll...More
Loved it! Will go back again only to stay longer next time. Safe and easy walk to shop and close to all attractions. Rooms are neat and clean with a wonderful view. They also have a nice balcony with a beautiful view. The grounds are...More
we walked outside to eat every night, and had dinner at the Almond Tree only one night. There are a lot of locals hanging outside and it may seem very intimidating but no one bothered us at all. Just watch out for cars... More
we walked outside to eat every night, and had dinner at the Almond Tree only one night. There are a lot of locals hanging outside and it may seem very intimidating but no one bothered us at all. Just watch out for cars because they are crazy. I would get yourselves familiar with a map as it might be harder to navigate in thr dark+all the people. We ate at Miss T's which was our favorite restaurant there-- we even tried the jerk grill stands on the street and oh my god they were delicious. the mangos and other fruits were great as well.