Riu Reggae

When you think of holidays to Jamaica, incredible weather, inviting beaches, chilled-out music, and enticing cuisine all come to mind. Add to all this, the stunning 5-Star, all-inclusive, adults-only Riu Reggae Hotel, and you’ve got yourself a holiday of a lifetime. Enviably located, the hotel comes complete with infinity pools, full-treatment spa and a state-of-the-art gym. There’s also a seemingly endless list of daytime activities, including aquatic sports, and nighttime entertainment, including live shows and music. The hotel’s three bars serve a variety of drinks and appetisers daily, and the Italian, Asian and Steakhouse dishes are simply delicious.

Overview of Montego Bay

If a slower paced way of life, with perfectly-white sandy beaches, cloudless sunny skies, and tasty food and drink, is your idea of an ideal holiday, look no further than Montego Bay. Either chill out in style at the beach-front Riu Reggae Hotel or head out to explore more of this beautiful Caribbean island. With the pulse of reggae in the air and fresh bursts of ocean spray, you truly will feel like you’re in another world. Whether inland, in the bustling urban heart of the area, or along the glossy, golden shoreline, you’re sure to fall in love with the atmosphere of MoBay, by day or night.

Things to do in Montego Bay

Whether sitting poolside at the Riu Reggae Hotel or in one of the fabulous drinking holes along the coastline, Jamaica is the destination for sampling tempting rum-based cocktails, accompanied by fresh, local cuisine. The trendy Gloucester Avenue, otherwise known as The Hip Strip, with its multiple cafes, shops, bars, restaurants and art galleries, is not to be missed. However, if adventure and nature is more your thing, why not book a canopy zip-line tour, take a river raft, hike to the peak of the Blue Mountain, or discover the tropical birds in the jungles of Port Antonio?


Resort Summary

One of the main reasons Jamaica’s second largest city, Montego Bay, is so popular is the dream-worthy Caribbean beaches. Located on the north coast, it has many lovely beaches including the famous Doctor’s Cave Beach – originally owned by a doctor who believed the water here was therapeutic. He eventually gave the beach to the community who built a private member’s club there.

Because of the water’s supposed healing properties and the beach’s natural outstanding beauty – boasting a 200-metre long stretch of white sand – many hotels have sprung up nearby. The beach is part of the Montego Bay Marine Park, which is a protected area with coral reefs. The members club is open to non-members for a fee, so you can speak to them or your hotel about snorkelling gear. Another well-known public beach is Walter Fletcher Beach where you’ll find the Aquasol Theme Park.