Lashings has 18 rooms boasting king-sized beds and en-suite bathrooms, three villas, a 10 suite beach club and a two bedroom luxury penthouse apartment on the top level. No two rooms or villas are exactly alike yet all ooze personality, adding to the charm and appeal of the property.

Day passes available.

Parties and celebrations catered for.



" Bringing an upscale New York designer loft aesthetic to the seaside village – all minimalist concrete and steel, vintage industrial fittings and stripped back wood – with private chefs who rattle guests around the neighbourhood in an open-top jeep and take them partying, as well as serve lobster and cocktails on the poolside terraces overlooking the pavilion."

The Guardian

"With a killer view of the coastline from its lofty location, Lashings comprises a clutch of sleek, contemporary rooms with hanging lanterns and quirky posters. Whether you're soaking in the view from the infinity pool or mixing it up with British politicians at the bar, it's hard not to appreciate the wallet-friendly luxury."

Lonely Planet 

"It’s impossible to have a bad time at the plant-festooned TreeTop Bar, part of the fabulous Lashings Boutique Hotel and Villas, that’s invariably stuffed full of laughter and people.


"Fairytale lights cast a twilight tinge from above at night, illuminating the rattan furniture, distressed wooden floorboards and name signs that pay homage to the bar’s high profile past guests. Service is welcoming and enthusiastic: even the owner, David Folb, works the room chatting to guests and recommending snacks and drinks.


"Speaking of which happy hour runs, rather generously, from 4.30-7.30pm offering two-for-one on Rum Punch and other classics. Cheers."

 The Daily Telegraph



"With spectacular views, rustic-chic rooms, a trendy bar and restaurant, there's a lot to love. Lashings oozes rustic luxury from its position tumbling down the hillside: think slatted louvre windows, gleaming white walls, plantation chairs, stripped back wooden floors and a large restaurant and bar that sit on a wooden deck designed to maximise the vistas of both the sea and the property’s gorgeous infinity pool below.

"The architecture and décor incorporate local arts and crafts (much of which is for sale should guests be interested) in a celebration of the culture of Jamaica."

 Telegraph Travel Magazine