Regardless of your budget, you won’t have to worry about finding accommodation in Jamaica. Accommodations in Jamaica range from clean and safe guesthouses priced between $ 10 and $ 20 per night to $ 300 per night in resort suites with full cleaning service. However, of all the islands in the Caribbean, Jamaica is the one where you are most likely to find all-inclusive resorts.
By making your reservations at one of the all-inclusive vacation resorts in Jamaica, you will not only have a comfortable room, but you will receive all your meals and snacks, airport transfers, drinks, tips, use of all resort facilities and sports aquatic if it is a spa. If you are staying at one of Jamaica’s all-inclusive vacation resorts, the only money you’ll need to bring with you is what you plan to spend while shopping. A bus will even be provided for your shopping expeditions!
The only downside to choosing one of Jamaica’s all-inclusive resorts is that many of them do not accept children. So before you book one, find out what their policy on children is. If you are traveling with your family to Jamaica, don’t worry. Some first-class all-inclusive Jamaica vacation resorts accept children, and we’ve listed only two of them:
The Beaches Boscobel Spa Resort in Ocho Rios has a lot to keep everyone in your family busy. For the adults, there’s the fun of a swim-up bar, and the kids will love the free pools and huge waterslide. Kids can also enjoy face painting, scavenger hunts, arts and crafts classes, as well as the presence of Sesame Street Elmo and the gang.
Your all-inclusive vacation at Beaches Boscobel will allow you to try your hand at windsurfing, sailing, scuba diving and hydrobiking. The family can marvel at the marine life of the Caribbean with a trip on the resort’s glass bottom boat. The five resort restaurants are sure to have food to please palates young and old, and don’t forget that the cost of your meals is included!
Your all-inclusive stay at Beaches Boscobel entitles you to play to your heart’s content at the nearby Sandals Golf and Country Club, widely regarded as one of the best in the Caribbean. Even children are welcome, as long as the little ones under the age of 10 play after noon. Greens fees and transportation to the golf course are included, but you will have to pay for the mandatory caddy.
The Beaches Negril Resort and Spa is another of Jamaica’s best family-friendly resorts. Located on 20 acres along the widest stretch of Negril’s famous Seven Mile Beach, the Beaches Negril Resort offers accommodations for everyone from solo travelers to families with young children. All its rooms or villas have patios or balconies with ocean or garden views.
The family will be delighted with Beaches Negril Resort’s Pirates Island, with its own river, dizzying waterslides, a swim-up bar, and a snack and refreshment bar to keep parents and children relaxed and cool. The self-serve ice cream machine can be the hit of your entire family vacation at a Jamaican resort!
Beaches Negril has its own tennis court, outdoor gym and Xbox 360 Game Garage, and five world-class restaurants offering cuisine from Tex-Mex to Japanese and the international buffet where kids can eat fish sticks, to the Café . Carnival with its freshly made pizzas a la carte. Snacks and drinks are available 24 hours a day.