Luxury Bahia Principe Runaway Bay

The Luxury Bahia Principe at Runaway Bay is perfect for your holidays to Jamaica. With spellbinding views of the Caribbean Sea, three pools and five restaurants, the hotel is also near the heart of Runaway Bay itself as well as Green Grotto Caves and Dunn’s River Falls. The luxury runs from the thrill-a-minute kids’ activities to sunbathing as you sip on a delicious cocktail without a care in the world – Runaway Bay is the place to be.

Overview of Runaway Bay

In Saint Ann Parish on Jamaica’s north coast, Runaway Bay is one of the country’s best-kept secrets. Filled with beautiful hotels like the Luxury Bahia Principe Runaway Bay, the resort is filled with quality bars, restaurants and exquisite luxury – all only a few miles away from Discovery Bay, where Christopher Columbus landed in the 15th century. Holidays to Jamaica mean sunbathing on the island’s beaches or chasing tropical fish as you scuba dive – you’ll have the holiday of a lifetime staying at Luxury Bahia Principe Runaway Bay.

Things to do in Runaway Bay

During your holiday to Runaway Bay, feast your eyes on some of the natural wonders that Jamaica has to offer. Visit Jamaica’s Green Grotto Caves, an underground cove filled with beautiful stalagmites. Once you’ve explored the caves, adventure into the jungle on a tour from Ocho Rios up to the beautiful Dunn’s River Falls. After the excitement of discovering the island, relax and enjoy some time with the family. Head to the beach for a barbecue or taste some traditional Jamaican cuisine at one of Runaway Bay’s exceptional restaurants and bars. The Luxury Bahia Principe is one of Runaway Bay’s best holiday destinations.


Resort Summary

It might be the white sand beaches lined with palm trees that capture your heart and pull you to Runaway Bay, but you’ll soon discover the attraction extends much further than the coastline. Considering its small size, this tropical paradise is jam packed with exciting activities and is in excellent proximity to surrounding areas of interest including the Mausoleum of the legendary Bob Marley.

Nightlife is largely centred around the resort’s hotels, but you’ll find a handful of lively bars and plenty of fresh seafood restaurants by the water. If you’d like to experience an authentic Jamaican celebration, a 15-minute drive east will find you at Priory Beach, which hosts a beach party every Sunday evening. Dance here under the stars to live reggae music with jerk chicken being cooked up in the parking area.