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From the tip of the Blue Mountains to the rush of Dunn's River Falls, Jamaica is brimming with natural and cultural delights. But despite having the most character in the Caribbean, Jamaica is surprisingly cheap, so start packing your bags, mon. Let CheapTickets help plan your Jamaica vacation, and you'll save a mountain of moolah all the way down to the pulsing beat of Kingston.

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Cheap Jamaica Vacation Packages

Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort and Spa - All Inclusive

4 stars
4.3 / 5 93 reviews
Colonial decor and a 4-poster king bed topped with hand carved pineapples - a Caribbean symbol of welcome - greet you at the Jewel Dunn's River Beach Hotel in Jamaica. Most accommodations come with a view, either out towards the Ochos Rios peaks or straight across the crystal-blue waters. Butler suites are offered for indulgent walk-in closets, large bathtubs, his and hers robes, and personalized room service. Casual bites are served up in three cafes, including the Coral Cafe, which serves buffet breakfasts and lunches, and where ladies can wear their favorite cocktail dresses for formal evening dining. Jewel Dunn's vast swimming pools, water sports, and a pitch and putt golf course provide plenty of all-inclusive entertainment. Key factsAccommodations: Mountain and ocean view rooms and suites with butler serviceRestaurants: Patio Restaurant, The Verandah, Bayside, Eight Rivers, Pool Grill, Veggie BarSeveral bars, including Piano BarNightclubGolf: 9-hole 'pitch and putt' course2 swimming pools with swim-up bars and poolside concierge serviceRoom service available 24 hoursRadiant Spa, offering massages, facials, and body treatments3 shops: Treasure Chest gift shop, photo shop, and The Jewel BoxCut fitness center on the verandahSports: tennis, yoga, Pilates, kickboxing NeighborhoodLocated just to the west of the busy Ochos Rios, the hotel is surrounded by serene beauty just a short distance from the livelier island attractions. As the name suggests, the resort is very close to the world-famous Dunn's River Falls, where guests can climb the rocks and walk among wonderfully cool, gushing waters. Drive five minutes to Dolphin Cove to swim with these bright and friendly mammals, or explore the Seville Great House, a classic colonial English-style property dating back to the 17th century, now part of the Jamaican National Heritage Trust. Hints and tipsAvid golfer? Guests of the Jewel Dunn's River Beach Resort can pay reduced fees at the nearby Runaway Bay Golf Club.Book your round at the hotel's tour desk, or simply present proof of residency to the golf club to benefit from these discounts.
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Riu Negril All Inclusive

3 stars
3.8 / 5 253 reviews
Riu Negril is an all-inclusive resort destination designed for couples and families, and set on the sparkling sands of Negril beach in Jamaica. Dance to island grooves at the Pacha nightclub; dive into one of two freshwater swimming pools; and take part in non-stop activities that include table tennis, volleyball, windsurfing, sailing and kayaking. Guests who simply want to relax can tan on the soft beaches before stepping into the Renova Spa for manicures, facials, massages and wraps. Riu Negril even has a Jerk station serving up local Jamaican cuisine six days a week. Key facts420 guest rooms, all with balcony or terraceRestaurants:  Sir Andrew gourmet restaurant, Shadows grill and steakhouse, Luigi Italian restaurant, plus buffets and snacks5 bars, including 3 poolside bars3 swimming pools and 75-square-foot kids poolRiuLand Kids' Club and children's playgroundRenova Spa, sauna, salon and whirlpool bathGymnasiumSmall kiosks and gift shopsBusiness facilities: Internet room (fees may apply) NeighborhoodThe location of the Riu Negril is fascinating, being situated between Bloody Bay and Orange Bay in one of Negril's most secluded areas. Vistas feature the Caribbean Sea and Booby Cay, an isle known for its influx of birds and wildlife. Close by, the Rhodes Hall Plantation offers horseback rides along the beachfront - and it's also home to Jamaica's largest crocodile population. Visit nearby Green Island for a glimpse into Jamaican history; this village, now something of a ghost town, was once one of the most prosperous places on the island, particularly in terms of sugar cane production. Hints and tipsIf you're hungry for a snack at 2am, or looking for a nightcap before hitting the hay, the all-inclusive services at the Riu Negril are open 24 hours, so night owls can make the most of the midnight oil.
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Spanish Court Hotel

4 stars
4.4 / 5 26 reviews
The Spanish Court Hotel is an exciting new addition to Kingston's hotel accommodations. Through its 'Real style', 'Real Service' approach the hotel offers a landmark Spanish styled exterior with a contemporary zen like interior and sky terrace with stunning a glass mosaic infinity edge lap pool. The Spanish Court is your premier hotel in Kingston, Jamaica. Whether youre traveling on business, taking a romantic getaway, or vacationing with the family, The Spanish Court offers a wide array of exceptional services and amenities, as well as a prime location in the heart of New Kingston, sure to please the most discerning individual. At The Spanish Court, hotel is dedicated to providing you with incomparable comfort, convenience, and luxury. Hotel guest rooms include a selection of Standard Deluxe, Junior, and Royal Suites. And each of Hotel rooms includes the best in luxury amenities including a 42 HD plasma flat screen television with digital cable, a VOIP phone, an ipod dock and clock radio, a mini bar, a safe, a coffee machine, reading lamps, black out blinds, a large oval-shaped soaking tub and shower, and of course, luxurious king or twin-sized beds. And Hotel entire property includes complimentary wireless and wired internet access. Additional amenities include Dry cleaning, Baby sitting service, Safe deposit box, Bar, Laundry service, Lift / Elevator, Swimming pool outdoor, Lobby, Non-smoking rooms, Parking facilities, Currency exchange, Reception, Doctor on call.
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Iberostar Rose Hall Suites All Inclusive

4 stars
4.4 / 5 244 reviews
The Iberostar Rose Hall Suites is a 5-star, all-inclusive, suites-only hotel named after the nearby Rose Hall Great House - a Georgian style plantation mansion allegedly home to Annie Palmer, the legendary 'white witch of Rose Hall'. Spooky tales aside, the hotel itself is a kaleidoscope of Caribbean colors, with bright lime and watermelon shades, white floor tiles, and even a hammock on your balcony so you can drift away next to those blissful Jamaican sunsets. Try everything from snorkeling to windsurfing on-site, or drop the kids off at Lucy's Club for an arts and crafts session while you head to the adults-only spa for a massage. Key facts317 guest suites and two presidential suitesOn-site babysitting service and kids center (for ages 4-12), Lucy's ClubEvent space accommodating between 120 and 300 guestsAdults-only spaNightclub6 restaurants: Aunty Ruby Snack Bar, Aunty Ruby Steakhouse, Mare Nostrum Mediterranean, Miranda Hill Buffet, Maria Bonita Mexican, Calabash GourmetSwimming pool and 'Lazy River'Wi-Fi available (fees may apply)Internet CafeGaming Lounge and on-site sports facilitiesScuba diving center (extra charge) NeighborhoodThe Rose Hall Suites are located around the coast to the east of Montego Bay, some 20 minutes from Sangster International Airport (MBJ) and a short walk from Rose Hall Great House. Along with the glorious seafront in Montego Bay and the renowned waters at Doctor's Cave Beach, there's plenty of local lifestyle to explore - check out the Harbour Street Craft Market where you can buy handcrafted t-shirts, colorful beads, and many other unique items. Hints and tipsThere are two types of 'ocean' rooms at the Iberostar Rose Hall Suites, but it's important to know that Ocean View suites give a partial or obstructed view of the Caribbean Sea, while Ocean Front suites offer clear views.If you're looking for a good time on Montego Bay's 'hip strip' (Gloucester Avenue) after dark, check out the original Margaritaville, where entertainment includes Mardi Gras-style parties and unlimited drinks for the ladies.
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Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica All Inclusive

4 stars
3.9 / 5 460 reviews
Run by the Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts brand, The Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica All Inclusive packs plenty of distinctly "local" touches. Colonial Victorian facades overlook the quintessentially-Jamaican beach at Runaway Bay, and there are no 'guest rooms' here, only luxurious suites. Float beneath the starry sky at one of the three inclusive pools, test out the in-room hydro-massage tubs (in selected suites), or chow down at one of the five on-site restaurants. The Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica is an all-inclusive resort, so the majority of amenities are covered with the cost of a stay, though some fees and restrictions may apply. Highlights850 guestrooms3 lake-style pools9 bars6 restaurantsWi-Fi availableSpaConference space NeighborhoodIn the surrounding area, guests will discover hidden cenotes, water-filled caves that invite serious scuba divers and casual snorkelers alike, and parks like Xcaret, that give you a chance to enjoy the clear currents of a calm lagoon in a more naturalistic setting than found at any waterpark. Nearby Chichen Itza is a World Heritage Site, which includes The Castle, the Pyramid of Kukulcan and Juego de Pelota. The Sacred Cenote is a spot where the Mayans apparently made human sacrifices, and should not be missed by lovers of history, macabre and otherwise. Hints and tipsDon't leave without putting the Jerk chefs at the hotel through their paces: the locally-spiced chicken and pork dishes are fine examples of Jamaican cuisine.
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Fort Lauderdale Montego Bay Fri, Jan 30 - Tue, Feb 10 $211
Fort Lauderdale Kingston Sun, May 24 - Sun, May 31 $256
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Best time to take a vacation to Jamaica

  • Best Time to Go

    Jamaica vacations are a top choice for people all over the world because of the consistent 80oF temperatures year round. Temperatures tend to be cooler during certain parts of the day. Outdoor activities are probably best in the morning due to the cooler climate, while indoor activities are suitable for the early afternoon hours. Temperatures usually descend once the evening hits. Jamaica receives the most rain fall during May, June, September, and October. The warmest months are July and August. Travelers can take advantage of hotel and flight deals for their Jamaica travel from October to December, and early summer.

Insider tips for Jamaica travel

  • Almond Tree Restaurant

    Native dishes like the bouillabaisse, the fondue bourguignon, and the roast suckling pig are available at the Almond Tree Restaurant in Ocho Rios.

  • Rio Grande

    Outdoor activities like water-rafting provides a complete adrenaline rush when doing so on the Rio Grande.

  • Kool Runnings Adventure Park

    You can spend a warm day at the popular Kool Runnings Adventure Park in Negril, Jamaica.

  • Doctor's Cave Beach Club

    Snorkeling, Jamaica dining, and various beach activities are all available in one place, which is Doctor’s Cave Beach Club in Montego Bay.

  • Dolphins

    A fun place for adults and Children is Dolphin Cove at Ocho Rios where visitors can swim with the dolphins.

Jamaica highlights

  • Port Royal

    As "the wickedest city in Christendom," Port Royal was once the pirate capital of the New World. Not to fear, as all that remains of this den of iniquity are the ruins left when an earthquake sank most of the town into the ocean. Channel your inner Jack Sparrow and revel in the remnants of another era on your Jamaica travels – all for free.

  • Blue Mountains

    For a break from the sea (and the crowds) just start climbing. The Blue Mountain is Jamaica's highest point, and if you can push through the burn and make it to the summit, you'll be rewarded with seriously breathtaking views.

  • Ocho Rios

    The main port of call for cruise boats and the all-inclusive set, this once-sleepy fishing town has become a thriving, bustling tourism hub. Whether you want to buy coconut shell jewelry or try your hand at water sports, Ocho Rios has to be experienced at least once on your Jamaica vacation.

  • Rick's Cafe (Negril)

    Jamaica vacations are crowned with a trip to this iconic establishment. Still kicking since 1974, Rick's Cafe embodies the Jamaican spirit. Cliff dive into the Caribbean from 35 feet, or just grab a cocktail and watch one of Jamaica's famous sunsets.

  • Beaches

    Let's be real here: you didn't come to the Caribbean to skip the beach. Lucky for you, there are plenty to choose from on your Jamaica travels. Seven Mile Beach is a favorite with the chill-out crowd, while Treasure Beach is more vibrant place to enjoy a rum punch and listen to local fishermen wax lyrical about the fact that Bob Marley was born nearby.

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