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I stayed at the Hibiscus Lodge in December 2014. I read reviews here on Trip Advisor and decided that it suited my needs (short solo trip). The hotel is in a great location, and the staff were very nice and helpful. The rooms are not...More
Me and my husband, stayed at Hibiscus for half of our Jamaica trip. The view from this Hotel (b & b) is incredibly beautiful. It's a cliffside hotel, with a great view and the grounds are gorgeous and felt secluded amidst the city feel of...More
We just spent a week here and really liked it. The hotel is conveniently close to town and maybe a five minute walk from the beach. They have a number of things to do there. You can hire snorkelling gear, play tennis or get a...More
I arrived at the front desk exhausted and jet lagged from no sleep for two nights. My room was ready, spotlessly clean and beautiful. I had a view to the sea as every room here has. The room was spacious with ample closet and drawer...More
Let me begin by saying that Hibiscus is a lovely hotel in a great location. My poor review is made based on 3 issues I had with the hotel. The first is that there are hidden fees that tourists must pay that are not mentioned...More
US$129 - US$213 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.