Frequently asked questions
Good to know
Jamaica Inn is a special place with its own atmosphere and rhythm.
To preserve its charm and help you feel completely at home throughout your stay, we’ve shared some frequently asked questions and important points to note before you arrive.
Can I bring my pet?
While we love animals, unfortunately they’re not permitted anywhere on property.
Are all your rooms TV-free?
Yes! We do have a television in the main bar for must-see events, but most of the time, you’ll be focused on relaxing on the private beach.
What’s the weather like?
Jamaica’s occasional ‘liquid sunshine’ (rain) stays mostly in the mountains above Ocho Rios. Rest assured, it’s almost always sunny at the Inn.
Is that music I can hear?
Quite possibly. Music and entertainment are deeply rooted in Jamaican culture. Some evenings, you’ll hear local communities come alive with captivating rhythms, passionate melodies, rich bass and socially conscious lyrics.
Can I smoke at the Inn?
Jamaican law forbids cigarette and cigar smoking or vaping in hotel rooms and public areas. There are six designated smoking areas on property. Smoking of marijuana is not permitted anywhere on property.
What exactly constitutes the smart casual dress code?
Evenings at the Inn are dapper. For men, we require collared shirts, slacks and closed-toe shoes at our bar terrace and restaurant. You’re sure to look sharp!
Can I bring the kids?
We are family friendly, however our long-standing policy is we only accept children ten years and older on property. This is to keep the peaceful atmosphere of the resort.
Can we stay all-inclusive?
We offer a wide range of meal plans to choose from spanning à la carte to all-inclusive.
How about drones?
Take as many pictures of our beautiful property as you like, but please refrain from using a drone. We’d love for you to enter our photo contest!
Are you environmentally sustainable?
We support the White River Fish Sanctuary located just offshore. By planting new coral, we help to preserve our beautiful marine life and attract a wide array of colourful fish for swimmers and snorkellers to enjoy. Ask how you can help!