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As soon as you step into the lobby of the Jamaica Inn, the view of palm trees and ocean greets you.  
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Greeted by rum drinks, guests of Jamaica Inn feel welcomed instantly. Mr. Rupy has worked at the inn for almost 34 years.  
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The outdoor dining area is beautiful setting for a meal or even a wedding!  
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Superior balcony suites look out over the 700-foot private beach and Caribbean Sea.  
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Here’s the view from a private veranda off one of the premier verandah suites. In the morning, fish gather below in the water in hopes of some leftover breakfast toast.  
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Other premier verandah suites offer beach access literally just a hop over the balcony away.  
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Couches and chairs on a private verandas offer a great place for an afternoon nap or catching up on the day’s activities.  
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Jamaica Inn’s cottages make for a great family or honeymoon getaway.  
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Cottage 7 offers a luxurious getaway from the real world with its own infinity pool and access to the sea below.  
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The ocean views throughout the first floor of Cottage 7 are unforgettable.  
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The private pool at Cottage 4 makes for a great hideaway.  
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The décor is beautiful and comfortable throughout each suite and cottage on the property.  
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The luxury even extends to the bathrooms; guest may not ever want to leave the bathroom in Cottage 4.  
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The KiYara Ocean Spa at Jamaica Inn offers massage treatments in huts that are perched on cliffs over the ocean.  
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Many guests opt for meals on their private verandas. Food is hand delivered and set up by the inn’s wait staff.  
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Sit on the almost deserted 700-foot beach and watch as the sun sets over the Caribbean Sea.  
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