An eco hotel, or a green hotel, is an environmentally sustainable hotel or accommodation that has made important environmental improvements to its structure in order to minimize its impact on the natural environment and eco hotels Jamaica are considered excellent place to hang out for a couple of nights in Jamaica and then beyond in The Caribbean.
Best Eco Tours in Jamaica
- Blue Hole Private Tour from Ocho Rios
- Original Mayfield Falls Tour
- Sparkling Rafting at the Blue Lagoon
- Negril Hilite Ricks Cafe and Humming Garden
- Flora and Fauna- Bird Sanctuary & Plantation Tour
1. Bay View Eco Resort & Spa 3* – Eco Hotels Jamaica
Offering views of the Caribbean Sea, Bay View Eco Resort & Spa features an outdoor swimming pool and spa & wellness centre and is located at 5 km from Blue Lagoon.
Resort & Spa Bay View Eco’s bright rooms are distributed over 4 houses and most of them offer views of the sea and garden. They feature a private balcony, air-condition and TV with satellite channels.
The resort’s open-air restaurant offers Jamaican and international dishes, while guests can enjoy drinks at the bar. Continental or Jamaican breakfast is served daily.
In a 12-hectare tropical garden overlooking the Blue Mountains and Turtle Crawl Bay, this relaxed resort with a colorful exterior is 5 km from Navy Island, 4 km from Frenchman’s Cove beach and 90 km from Ian Fleming International Airport.
The airy, colorful rooms feature Wi-Fi, solar-powered cable TV, and balconies with views. Upgraded rooms add 4-poster beds and kitchenettes. Kids age 6 and under stay at no charge with an adult.
Continental breakfast is served in an open-air restaurant overlooking the plunge pool and the bay. There’s also a colorful bar that has hand-painted murals, plus a spa with raffia walls and a thatched roof.
How much does a room costs at Bay View Eco Resort & Spa?
Room rate includes Exclusive check-in/out – Breakfast – Afternoon tea with free flow beverage.
Where to book online – Bay View Eco Resort & Spa – Eco Hotels Jamaica – you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Jamaica during Reggae Sumfest Reggae which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Jamaica on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Round Hill Hotel & Villas 5* – Eco Friendly Hotels Jamaica
Featuring a golden sand beach and a beautiful pool overlooking Montego Bay, this resort is less than 20 minutes from Sangster International Airport. Free Wi-Fi and a choice of dining options are available.
An iPod docking station and Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee are found in each modern yet exotic room of Round Hill Hotel & Villas. Air conditioning and an iron are also included.
Guests of Round Hill can enjoy traditional Caribbean meals made with on-site ingredients. The Seaside Terrace, The Grill at Round Hill and pool and beach bars are open daily. Afternoon tea is also served.
Set on lush grounds along a sandy beach, this upmarket resort is 16 km from Doctor’s Cave Beach and 12 km from Rocklands Bird Sanctuary.
Ranging from rooms and suites to villas, the refined quarters offer free Wi-Fi, iPod docks and safes, plus en suite bathrooms with rainfall showers, and tea and coffee making facilities. Some have balconies, living areas, 4-poster beds and/or private outdoor pools.
Dining options consist of 3 bars and 3 restaurants (1 is rooftop). Other amenities include a gym, a private beach area and outdoor pools, plus an open-air yoga studio and a spa. There’s also tennis courts and a boutique. Breakfast is available.
How much does a room costs at Round Hill Hotel & Villas?
Prices start 565$/night for King or Double Room with Ocean View. The Deluxe Two-Bedroom Villa with Private Pool is 1666$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This villa features a iPod dock, private pool and tile/marble floor.
Where to book online – Round Hill Hotel & Villas – Eco Friendly Hotels Jamaica – you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Jamaica during Reggae Sumfest Reggae which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Jamaica on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Jakes Hotel, Villas & Spa 4* – Eco Hotels Jamaica
On a rocky Caribbean coast, this relaxed, whimsical hotel is a 9-minute walk from Treasure Beach and 2.1 km from Great Pond.
Featuring beds with mosquito nets, the colorful individually decorated rooms come with ceiling fans, and decks or verandas. Some rooms include mini fridges, iPod docks and/or outdoor showers. Upgraded rooms have kitchens, living areas and/or air-conditioning, while cottages and villas with up to 5 bedrooms are also available. Some units have pools and/or room service.
Amenities include a thatched-roof bar, and a restaurant with outdoor dining and a dance floor. There are massages, yoga and art classes, and fishing trips.
Maybe you’ve heard that Treasure Beach, Jamaica is a magical place. We like to think we had a hand in making some of the magic. It’s certainly had a hand in making us. Please come and visit Jakes to see for yourself. Rooms. Beautiful rooms. Rooms with Ocean Views. South Coast, Jamaica, Deluxe Ocean Views. Garden views. Funky nomad-style design. Bohemian-inspired interiors.
We put the bang in Bungalows. History lives in our Cottages. We have Roots. Alex Haley’s Roots. And charm. Have we mentioned that our Rooms and Bungalows and Cottages and Villas are all terribly, terribly enchanting? And wildly comfortable, too. You won’t want to leave.
It’s a very unique small inn owned by the Hensell family. Father Perry is the creator of the famous movie, The Harder They Come and the roots of Jamaican culture is everywhere to be seen. Each cottage and villa is individually designed and decorated. If you appreciate color, art and funkiness you will love Jake’s. It’s a totally unique property. If you’re looking for nightlife and lots of restaurants Treasure Beach is not for you. But if you want to chill, eat great food at either the restaurant at the hotel or at their sister restaurant, Jack Sprat’s you will not go hungry – the food is delicious, this is for you! Enjoy the fresh saltwater pool, have a drink at Dougie’s Bar, eat great jerk chicken and pork available from the proprietor of the convenience store up the street on Saturdays or watch an outdoor movie at Jack Sprat’s on Thursday night.
Also, they have a spa, yoga and you can take a cooking session. If you want to keep busy you can do that. Drivers are available if you don’t have a car and there are a lot of day trips. We stayed in Octopus 1 which was a spacious villa which opened onto a deck with the sea practically splashing on the deck. It also has a second level outdoor deck. How about an outdoor shower with a claw foot tub – loved it. Jake’s is class=”_3f5ztoLj”>eco friendly.
We stayed in ‘Coral’ and the hotel’s website pictures give a very accurate depiction. The room was cozy and intimate…we didn’t miss the TV at all. We absolutely loved the salt -water pool: all the therapeutic benefits and no sand, with a fantastic ocean view to top it off.
The hotel staff are friendly and very willing to meet any special requests.
Downsides: The restaurants can be pricey but there are options like Smurfs cafe nearby/within walking distance for breakfast or brunch.We felt very safe walking the property and even off property, in the Treasure Beach community. Also, this is a very eco-friendly boutique hotel, so if you’re squeamish about lizards and other ‘wildlife’, you may want to weigh more carefully whether you’re up to a visit here.
Jakes has managed to combine great service ( friendly efficient staff who are always present to assist but never intrusive ) and a rustic throw back of a Jamaica of long ago with a art deco twist. The food was remarkable, fresh farm to table produce cooked with love and wonderful to the palate. The property itself is breathtaking. We visited the world renown Jack Sprat restaurant located at the edge of the property and were not disappointed.
Our cottage a naturalist dream, eco friendly, comfortable, cozy, rustic with barn type doors that open to the waves off the Caribbean sea crashing against the shore. All the modern conveniences ( the wifi was a little spotty ). But what I loved was that there was no television.
Our stay was truly restful, peaceful, and enjoyable. The Henzel Family and their wonderful staff can be proud of this great product.
Jake’s is a low key Eco friendly resort in rural southern Jamaica. It is a collection of seaside cottages with very ordinary rooms (not even a dresser) that have extraordinary Ocean sounds and views. Jake’s is very modest, low key and understated but at times it can come close to the line of being shabby. (it never crosses that line though) If you are looking for a great yoga deck, and simple pleasures it’s for you but if you need amenities, night life, or a variety of restaurants you might consider somewhere else.
The resort is a collection of individually-designed little cottages furnished tastefully and creatively, in a well-landscaped area centered around the outdoor salt-water pool and the famous “Dougie’s Bar” (the absolute best rum punch you can get on the island). Friendly dogs roam freely around and come to be petted on to snooze at your feet. The restaurant has always been famous for the quality of its Jamaican-inspired cuisine, with outdoor seating in a shaded grove. Recently, Jake’s began offering yoga sessions in the morning, with pristine view of the Caribbean Sea. The owners of Jake’s have always been extremely active in the community and promote eco-friendly practices. And best of all, prices are very reasonable, so what’s not to like ?
How much does a room costs at Jakes Hotel?
This villa features a iPod dock, private pool and tile/marble floor.
Where to book online – Jakes – Eco Hotels Jamaica – you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Jamaica during Reggae Sumfest Reggae which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Jamaica on Hotels.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.