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Accommodations range from deluxe, five-star properties and midrange hotels to quaint bed-and-breakfasts and campgrounds. Jamaica has developed a deservedly strong reputation for its wide range of all-inclusive resorts. Some of them cater to specific types of travelers, such as families or honeymooners, so be sure you're comfortable with the resort's style before you book. And make sure you understand exactly what an "all-inclusive" resort actually includes in the price before you make your choice. Be aware that a 15% service charge is added at most hotels.Read More ...

Whether you go with an all-inclusive or not, be very selective about which hotel you choose. Among the things to consider are the quality and location of the nearest beach, security, the nightlife (or lack thereof) and scenery. It's true in Jamaica (as in most other places) that you get what you pay for, and money to upgrade accommodations is usually money well spent.

Jamaica also offers some one-of-a-kind accommodations. You can stay at Goldeneye, the former home of Ian Fleming, the British writer who created James Bond. Located on the north coast in Oracabessa, Fleming's digs don't come cheap: The going rate for the Goldeneye house itself is several thousand U.S. dollars per night. Fleming's original suite is available for rent, complete with his original writing desk.< Show Less

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