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All reviewsalmond treebreakfast was includedswinging barrooms are cleanincluded in the room ratejamaican breakfastocean viewclose to towncable tvport antonioocho rios townlarge balconyevery morningackee and saltfishour honeymoonjerk chickenwedding
We love this hotel and wanted to stay longer, from the start at reception with a friendly smile & greet we knew this was a good hotel, safe and secure car park with security to follow on to a lovely room, I promise you will...More
We had not booked our rooms ahead at the Hibiscus Lodge in Ocho Rios which caused our friends and us to have a bad beginning upon our arrival. Over the phone earlier in the day we were told that yes, there were 3 rooms available....More
Never having been to Ocho Rios we were not sure about accomodations in the area! But we went on Trip Adviser and looked for a place that would suit us!! We hit the jackpot with the Hibiscus Lodge. a small boutique hotel with great staff...More
the hotel is beautiful and kept very nice!! the staff is professional and nice!
the only thing i did not like about the room i stayed in was that the sink did not work!! so i had to brush my teeth while in the shower...More
A group of friends and I stayed here for one night and it was wonderful. The staff is courteous, the grounds are beautiful and the view is breathtaking. The property is huge, with lush gardens, tennis courts, pool with overhead bridge and a view of...More
we walked outside to eat every night, and had dinner at the Almond Tree only one night. There are a lot of locals hanging outside and it may seem very intimidating but no one bothered us at all. Just watch out for cars... More
we walked outside to eat every night, and had dinner at the Almond Tree only one night. There are a lot of locals hanging outside and it may seem very intimidating but no one bothered us at all. Just watch out for cars because they are crazy. I would get yourselves familiar with a map as it might be harder to navigate in thr dark+all the people. We ate at Miss T's which was our favorite restaurant there-- we even tried the jerk grill stands on the street and oh my god they were delicious. the mangos and other fruits were great as well.