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Luxuriate in our hotels in Montego Bay

Luxuriate in our hotels in Montego Bay also known as Mo Bay, on the north-western coast of Jamaica, with St. James Parish as its main town and the hub of tourism in Jamaica, as well as being the commercial centre for the west of the island. It is said to be one of the most modern islands in the Caribbean since 1492. The town has Jamaica's largest airport, the Sir Donald Sangster International.

Set in the Caribbean Sea and full of contrasts and intense feelings, Jamaica is a first-rate destination with white sand beaches, wonderful coffee, nature and true Jamaican spirit in a superb place for relaxing and having fun to the beat of real reggae music. The hotels in Montego Bay make it the ideal destination for sightseeing and making the most of its many tourist attractions.

MoBay is over four hundred years old and features picturesque towns, parks, magnificent golf courses and exotic places to explore. It was one of the first placed visited by Christopher Columbus when he discovered America. At present, the hotels in Montego Bay are the perfect place to spend the holiday of your dreams and get to know a special destination.

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If you stay in our hotels in Jamaica - Montego Bay you should know: :


If you are staying in Jamaica as a tourist for less than 30 days, no visa is required, but your passport must be valid for 6 months following the date of your arrival.

Travel insurance

If you need medical care, it is recommended to take out travel insurance.


In Montego Bay the climate is tropical with sunny days almost all year round and an average temperature of 26ºC.

There are two seasons - dry from January to April, followed by the wet season with heavy rainfall for brief periods.

Health care

Vaccinations are not required for travelling to Jamaica, but depending on the tropical areas you are going to visit, insect repellent is recommended. Although it is generally safe, tap water can cause stomach pains and it is better to drink bottled mineral water.

Vaccination certificates are not required except for travellers from zones infected with yellow fever.


The currency is the Jamaican dollar JMD. American dollars are also accepted. American dollars and euros can be exchanged at Jamaica airport, banks and exchange bureaus.


UTC/GMT -5 hours


The town has the fourth highest population in Jamaica, with approximately 82,867 people.


The official language is English. Creole, a mixture of English and some African languages, is also spoken in rural areas and increasingly in towns.

What can you visit from hotels in Jamaica - Montego Bay

Montego Bay is a peaceful destination with many and varied cultural attractions that showcase the region's wealth of nature. Heavenly beaches, parks, exotic spots and some of the top golf courses, such as the Half Moon and Tryall, make it the perfect place to explore from the hotels and resorts in Montego Bay.

Excursions to some of the most popular tourist spots, such as the Doctor's Cave, the clear waters of Fletcher Beach, and the Widow Maker, a reef within Montego Bay Marine Park and one of the most famous in the region, are great for seeing the most amazing places from the hotels in Montego Bay.  

As well as enjoying the delights of the beaches of Montego Bay, there is a wide variety of water sports, especially deep sea fishing, parasailing, windsurfing, snorkelling, jet skis, banana boat rides and diving. Some of the most spectacular places for diving are Montego Bay Marine Park, the Widow Maker, Airport Reef, The Point (only for expert divers), Basket Reef and Cayman Trench Wall.

Excursions and visits from your hotel in Montego Bay provide a different experience to get to know a unique destination in the Caribbean. Montego Bay has everything from spectacular beaches of fine white sand to stunning, verdant mountain scenery. To make the most of it and see the true beauty of nature in Jamaica, find out about its culture, history and tropical diversity, there are several activities and excursions, such as a themed safaris in 4x4 vehicles, with stops and walks through the rainforest at different places to see hidden waterfalls and natural pools; or the tree canopy, by crossing platforms to go deep into the surrounding nature above the river Grande.

One of the best cultural attractions in all Jamaica is at the stunning Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay. This is a house from the 18th century on a former sugar plantation which has a mysterious past that nobody can resist.

A must for animal lovers is a visit to Rocklands Bird Sanctuary, where hummingbirds are among the interesting species there.

Jamaica has a wealth of nature making anywhere a magical place to visit. Those wishing to follow a route from the hotels and resorts in Montego Bay can go to Bob Marley's grave in Santa Ana; Negril, 80 kilometres away; Lucea 30 kilometres away; and Falmouth, a small coastal town in the Georgian style less than 30 minutes east of Montego Bay, where you will find the amazing Luminous Lagoon.

Find out about the culture and leisure activities in the hotels in Montego Bay

Hotels in Montego Bay can provide the best way of finding out about the surroundings and customs of a culturally enriching and very different place.  Montego Bay  features a wide range of things to do and attractions to the sound of reggae and waves in the sea. You can immerse yourself in the culture while dancing at one of the picturesque night spots, and trying out some of the traditional fare, or going shopping on the island or having fun in the luxurious casinos.

Gastronomy in Montego Bay usually includes common ingredients brought over from continents as far apart as Africa, Asia and Europe centuries ago, and which have been passed down from one generation to another to become Jamaican recipes. One of the most typical dishes you can try is "ackee and saltfish"; ackee is a delicious fruit from Africa which is combined with dried cod, onion, tomatoes and various spices. Jerk chicken or pork is also very well-known and consists of grilling the meat seasoned with hot spice and served with allspice and Jamaican chilli.

Rum, coffee liqueur, tropical fruit juices and fruit shakes are the best choices of drinks on offer in Jamaica and an excellent accompaniment to wonderful evenings by the Caribbean Sea.

Night life in Montego Bay, like its gastronomy and surroundings, is lived in tune with traditional Jamaican music. From fun beach parties and concerts to the best bars for a good time in the Hip Strip on Gloucester Avenue, will all make your stay at the hotels in Montego Bay into something you won't forget.

As for buying souvenirs, you can choose between craft markets or shopping centres and areas all over the city near to hotels in Montego Bay. The most typical ones from the region are brightly coloured pareos and clothes, Jamaican coffee, reggae CDs, rum, straw hats, paintings and sculptures, as well as original pieces of hand-carved wood.

The city centre is a good place to find craft markets near Harbour Street, and areas with shopping centres, such as City Centre Mall. You can also admire Jamaican art and find work by local artists at the Gallery of West Indian Art.

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Our hotels in Montego Bay

We have a modern, all-inclusive complex in a fabulous location, consisting of two 5-star hotels in Montego Bay on the edge of a magnificent beach and just 30 minutes from the airport. Avant-garde luxury suites and facilities make the Grand Palladium five-star all-inclusive complex in Jamaica the perfect choice for an experience to remember. All guests at the Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa and Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa can use the facilities and services in the complex, consisting of 7 themed restaurants, 3 buffet restaurants, 13 bars, 5 swimming pools, 1 Spa&Wellness centre, 1 gym, sports facilities, event rooms, Mini Club and all Palladium services.

Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa

Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa is one of the two hotels in the Grand Palladium five-star complex in Jamaica. A hotel where you can take a holiday with your family or celebrate a very special event. There are 450 junior suites, 90 suites, Jamaica's largest swimming pool and service based on excellence.

Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa

Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa is one of the two hotels in the Grand Palladium five-star tourist complex in Jamaica. The hotel harmonises perfectly with nature to make your stay into something different; there are 390 junior suites, 78 suites and 48 villas suites with wonderful ocean views.

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