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Lashings Hotel has 30 rooms: 11 in the hotel, five villa rooms, two penthouse spaces, a two room garden cottage and 10 beach club suites. All with king sized beds, en-suite bathrooms, balconies and sea views to chose from.

Two luxury villas (one in the hills and one on the beach) are also available to rent, along with a lakeside cottage. No two rooms or villas are exactly alike and all ooze personality, adding to the charm and appeal of the Lashings experience.

Day passes available.

Parties, weddings 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

"The decor is a subtle blend of authenticity and modernity, with wood and industrial touches. We appreciated the large Italian showers. You never get tired of swimming in the overflow pool, resting on the big cozy mattresses, admiring the sunset and enjoying the splendid view of the sea. Don't miss the restaurant, which offers a varied and delicious cuisine, as well as excellent cocktails. You will have set foot in a small paradisiacal hotel."

Petit Futé Travel Guide

"Treasure Beach is a smaller resort by Jamaican standards, but it’s big enough to accommodate a budget-friendly hotel alongside the big resorts on Jamaica’s southwest coast. Don’t be fooled by the sub-$200 starting room rate: Lashings is a modern, style-forward boutique hotel with individually designed guest rooms, a collection of local art on display, an infinity-edge pool, a lively bar scene, and its own private beach club on Calabash Beach."

Caribbean Journal

"Lashings Boutique Hotel and Villas in St Elizabeth has been my favourite place because of the tranquillity, excellent customer service and superb food that it provides."

Eat Round Di Cut in the Jamaica Gleaner

"Lashings Hotel in Treasure Beach is one of our top 10 hotels in Jamaica. Overall, this is a great place to base yourself for exploring the beauty of this remote area.


"Lashings is the best bargain if you’re looking for a hotel with an eye for design, with a fair amount of quirk thrown in. Rooms come as cheap as $65 a night and go up from there. If you have slightly more room in your budget, you should consider Lashings Beach Club rooms.


"Regardless of whether you choose the main Lashings location on the hill overlooking the ocean, or the beach club, you have access to three pools, two restaurants and the beach. This is a great place to explore the quieter side of Jamaica; no cruise ships or KFCs for miles, and convenient to the bohemian town of Treasure Beach."

Swank Guide


"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

"The quiet fishing village and resort town of Treasure Beach, known for its ecotourism, sandy coves and empty beaches.. Lashings has a hotel, villas, a beach club and a stunning tree-top bar. It also has a gallery of works from local artists, and a lively restaurant overlooking a field of herbs and vegetables, which provide ingredients for their menu."

Condé Nast Traveler

"Lashings Beach Club is the beach property of the stylish boutique hotel Lashings. Located on a secluded stretch of beach, this is the site of the former Mar Blue Villas. The parent hotel sits further inland, a sleek, modern hotel with whimsical, natural accents, and guests have full use of those amenities. A stone's throw from Calabash Bay beach, the beachfront property offers rooms with balconies overlooking the sea, villa suites, including a two-bedroom suite with wheelchair access, and a small pool on the property."

The Rough Guide

“Popular hillside property with a happening bar, restaurant and nearby beach club. Quirky rooms and terraces decorated with rattan furniture, local artwork and reclaimed wood boast impressive ocean views, as does the large infinity pool. Rustic cool, the place to stay for party-lovers on a budget.”

The Hotel Guru


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