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Jewel Paradise Cove Gets Props From Oyster Hotel Review

Looking for Jewel Paradise Cove? Well, you will find it here by just asking Google — Silver Spray, Runaway Bay, St. Ann, Runaway Bay, Jamaica.

The Jewel Paradise Cove is true to its name, and one would be hard pressed to find another adult-only, all-inclusive resort that offer the same value for money in Jamaica.

Although not located in the more popular destinations such as Montego Bay Negril or Ocho Rios, make no mistake, this hotel is one of the gems on the island and its market offering is difficult to beat.

This upscale all-inclusive resort is only a half-hour drive from Ocho Rios and is said to be one of Jamaica’s more intimate adult-only options, with 225 rooms.

According to oyster.com, the Jewel’s white-sand cove beach is on the small side and has some small rocks, but guests can expect plenty of loungers there and at the three pools (all with a swim-up bar and hot tub), free water sports, free excursions, and no reservations needed at most of the a la carte restaurants make up for areas where one would say it falls short.

The site also noted that modern rooms all have private outdoor space and turndown service; some suites have butler service.

The Oyster which dubs itself as the only hotel site that sends special investigators to visit, photograph, review, and rate each hotel proffered the following in its outlook on Jewel Paradise Cove:

Pros

White-sand beach with calm waters and lots of loungers

Free excursions include Konoko Falls and shopping trips

Free water sports including snorkeling and glass-bottom boat tour

Modern rooms with private outdoor space and turndown service

Nightly live music and entertainment

Beach and poolside movies

24-hour fitness center with ocean views and group classes

Spa with salon, sauna, and steam rooms

Check-in cocktail drink

Free Wi-Fi

Greens fees waived at nearby golf course

Cons

Beach is on the small side

No elevators

Wedding and party atmosphere may be chaotic for guests who like quiet

Over an hour’s drive from the airport

Wi-Fi signal can be spotty in some rooms

Beers in the mini-fridge not free in lower-tier rooms

Non-guests can purchase day passes to use the resort

Pollyanna Davy, Readers Bureau, Fellow

Edited by Jesus Chan

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