Beautiful beaches, spicy food and lively nightlife all included in Jamaica
With its laid-back vibe and friendly people, Jamaica is only a nine-hour flight away.
Just a five-minute drive from Negril, experience the thrills of a waterfall at the Reggae Style Mayfield Falls. Restaurants and bars are nestled in the clifftops around Negril’s gorgeous Seven Mile Beach. If you prefer to get wet, you can parasail, hire a jet ski or head out to the protected coral reef with the local diving centre and spot eels or rainbow-coloured fish.
For a quieter, laid-back beach, head for the tiny sandy bay at Runaway Bay or the peaceful town of Lucea. In contrast Montego Bay is a lively beach area with beautiful coral reefs and some of the best nightlife on the island.
Another place that captures the true spirit of Jamaica can be found in the former fishing village of Ocho Rios. The areas around Ocho Rios are well suited to those with a taste for an off-road adventure exploring caves and forests. If retail therapy is more your thing, the Island Village shopping centre has fashion boutiques and specialised outlets set around an attractive lagoon framed by trees.
Known for its stunning sandy beaches, an All Inclusive holiday in Jamaica often affords the luxury of access to a private beach. Attracted by the beauty of its beaches and rainforests, Jamaica has been the backdrop for many Hollywood movies, and Negril’s sandy Seven Mile Beach, fringed by palm trees has got to be one of the most gorgeous stretches of sand in the world.
If you like to mix with the locals and party to Jamaican sounds, head for Reggae Beach near Ocho Rios. And some say the waters of Montego Bay have healing properties but none can doubt the natural beauty of the beaches here.
What's included in your holiday
An All Inclusive holiday in Jamaica gives you plenty for your cash and most hotels have a wide range of beach activities, as well as several swimming pools and sometimes even a private stretch of beach. Transfers are normally included, as is an extensive choice of dining options and evening entertainment. Some facilities like spas and beauty treatments are usually offered for an additional charge. Check the hotel information to find out exactly what’s covered before you book or see if one of our Jamaica All Inclusive hotels below grabs your attention.
Frequently asked questions about holidays to Jamaica
Question: What is the best month to visit Jamaica?
Answer: Jamaica holidays between November and mid-December offer some of the best weather. If you look for Jamaica holidays later on in the year you’ll find amazing offers on winter sun getaways that will leave you wanting more. Whenever you choose to book your holiday to Jamaica, you’re guaranteed sunshine, beautiful temperatures and plenty of opportunities to unwind and soak in the sun.
Question: How much does a Jamaica holiday cost?
Answer: An all inclusive holiday to Jamaica is the best way to book your next winter sun getaway. By booking all inclusive you save yourself money, you can combine flights, hotels and transfers all in one package, as well as drinks and food too. Check out the best all inclusive resorts in Jamaica and save yourself some extra cash to spend while you’re there.
Question: Where should I stay on a beach holiday to Jamaica?
Answer: Negril is absolutely stunning and offers amazing beaches that have to be seen to be believed. This beach destination is extremely popular with couples, so if you’re looking to treat your loved one to a holiday that will excite them then book yourself a couples holiday to Jamaica today, and whisk yourself away to a dreamy destination.
Question: What are the hottest months in Jamaica?
Answer: Montego Bay is hottest in July and Negril is typically hottest in July too. With temperatures for both reaching 91 and 86 fahrenheit respectively. If you’re looking to lap up the sun and enjoy warm temperatures then book your all inclusive holiday to Jamaica in July.
Question: How long is a flight to Jamaica?
Answer: Non stop flights to Jamaica from the UK take around 10 hours on average. Gatwick airport to Kingston is the fastest at 9 hours and 45 minutes with everywhere else in the UK ranging just above 10 hours in total, making this a long haul destination.
This 3* beachfront hotel has a great spot in calm Runaway Bay, just a short walk to the town's bars and restaurants. The cabin-style rooms are surrounded by tropical gardens and there are two swimming pools and four bars including a pool and beach bar. Down on the beach the range of watersports certainly makes your All Inclusive holiday great value for money – from beach volleyball, kayaks and pedalos to snorkelling and sailing. And if all that activity makes you work up an appetite, there's a choice of dining at the buffet restaurant or the a la carte Asian and Caribbean restaurants.
With a beachfront setting on Bloody Bay Beach and a great choice of restaurants, you get plenty for your All Inclusive holiday at this 4* hotel. Three swimming pools, a whirlpool and a range of activities including windsurfing, kayaking, volleyball, sailing, tennis and a gym and sauna mean you don't have to go far all holiday. And the international range of cuisine available from Italian and Asian to the steakhouse and buffet restaurant will make you glad you got an All Inclusive deal. With nightly entertainment and two bars no wonder this hotel is so popular.
Set on its own sand beach, within a tropical garden, this 5* hotel offers a first-class holiday experience. It's made up of colonial-style buildings, impressive interiors with majestic columns and chandeliers and spacious, elegant rooms. There are five swimming pools, four with built-in whirlpools and a swim-up bar. You're sure to be tempted by the vast choice of activities – aerobics, beach volleyball, basketball, tennis, football, windsurfing and kayaking to name a few. And the choice of inclusive a la carte restaurants for dinner – Italian, Indian, Creole and Mexican – will make you feel like you've travelled the globe on one holiday.
This 5* award-winning hotel is exclusively for adults and set on a quiet peninsula with a kilometre of private beach. This high-end hotel has a huge swimming pool, three outdoor whirlpool baths and a swim-up bar. And if you like to keep active, there's plenty to do within the All Inclusive offering – snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, tennis, aerobics and a fitness centre. After that, you won't feel guilty dining in one of the seven gourmet restaurants, from Mexican and Caribbean to French and Italian. With nightly live entertainment, eight bars and a nightclub, there's barely any need to venture out to Montego Bay centre, seven kilometres away.