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Chill out even more with an all inclusive holiday

For an easy-going holiday with your food and drinks paid for in advance and a huge range of things to do, Jamaica's all inclusive resorts give you the most convenient and enjoyable holiday experience.

Whether you're travelling with your partner, family or friends, all inclusive resorts can be found throughout Jamaica's most popular holiday destinations, particularly in the north of Negril Beach.

All inclusive holidays in Ocho Rios

Whether you're travelling as a couple, on your own, or with the whole family, you'll find everything you need along the eighteen miles of coast at Ocho Rios. Let us help you choose from a wide range of resorts and hotels that offer you a fantastic all inclusive package.

All inclusive holidays in Negril

Negril is the perfect place to sip a cocktail and watch the sun setting over the Caribbean Sea. The hotels and resorts here offer a wide range of activities and watersports, most of which come included on the all inclusive package. Negril is easy to explore with many visitors hiring bicycles to get around the resort or hiring a car to venture further afield.

If you're not sure which all inclusive resort to stay at, give us a ring and we can help you decide when we find out more about you and your travelling party. We're here to help you choose the places that will suit you best when going for an all inclusive deal.

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Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort Montego Bay

Holiday Inn Sunspree Resort Montego Bay offers a magical location on the beachfront nestled amidst luxury tropical...

From £1039 per person
club ambiance

Club Ambiance

Club Ambience is set on the shoreline in Runaway Bay, a small town in the parish of St Ann on the north coast of...

From £1039 per person
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Mangos Jamaica

Enjoy the perfect setting for a romantic honeymoon or tropical wedding at the all inclusive Mangos Jamaica. This adults...

From £1059 per person
shaw park beach hotel and spa

Shaw Park Beach Hotel and Spa

Bringing the essence of all things Jamaican to life, the Shaw Park Beach Hotel and Spa is the quintessential Caribbean...

From £1059 per person
royal decameron montego beach

Royal Decameron Montego Beach

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From £1079 per person
Sunscape Splash Montego Bay

Sunscape Splash Montego Bay

Treat yourself to Jamaican sunshine perfectly paired with all-inclusive delights. Located on the white sand beaches of...

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Visitor arrivals in Jamaica up by five per cent in first nine months of 2016

Jamaica has recorded a 5.4 per cent increase in tourist arrivals during the first nine months of 2016. The latest figures from the Jamaica Tourist Board reveal that the Caribbean island received 2,876,220 visitors during this period, and gross foreign exchange earnings was also up by five per cent. The country also received a positive rise in travellers from Canada, with a 7.2 per cent increase.

Chief Executive of Sandals Resorts International awarded Order of Distinction in Jamaica

Adam Stewart, the Chief Executive of Sandals Resorts International, has been awarded the Order of Distinction (Commander Class) by the government of Jamaica. During the National Honours and Awards Ceremony at King’s House last month, Stewart was given the award for his outstanding services to the tourism and hotel industry in Jamaica. Sandals Resorts owns and operates a collection of luxury all-inclusive resorts throughout Jamaica and the Caribbean.

Sandals Royal Caribbean in Jamaica to add 12 more Overwater Bungalows

The popularity of the brand new overwater bungalows at Sandals Royal Caribbean resort in Montego Bay has been so great that Sandals Resorts has announced plans to construct a further 12 to keep up with demand. The first five unique bungalows with glass floors in Jamaica have not yet opened to the public, and will be the first of their kind in the Caribbean. The resort will add 12 more that are scheduled to open in February, 2017.