Food and beverage is an essential part of the hotel’s culture. It provides traditional Jamaican, and international, cuisine. Here you can experience educational rum flights and healthy green detox juices. Provided to make you feel irie (Jamaican for “all right” or “all good” a sense of “well being”).
THE S HOTEL RESTAURANT
This restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It has a custom selection of wines. Here you can enjoy regional and international seafood, and a wide variety of innovative, local dishes. The restaurant overlooks the swimming pool. The atmosphere is cozy, luxurious, and air-conditioned.
The Pool Bar uses top-shelf spirits and organic herbs to design craft cocktails and classics. The all-day menu boasts tasty, healthy snacks made to order.
Sky Bar & Lounge
In a literal and figurative way, the high point of the property offers the ultimate view of sunset for Sky Club Suite guests. This incomparable panorama includes a sky-high glass-enclosed infinity pool which appears to float on the horizon. Guests can relax on lounge beds and enjoy cocktails with Jamaican-tapas.
Tracks & Records
You can’t mention Jamaica without hearing the name of its current legend, Usain Bolt. Brand Bolt infuses the Tracks & Records restaurant, right in front of the S Hotel.
Here you can enjoy the laid-back atmosphere that typifies Jamaica (and Usain Bolt) and enjoy authentic Jamaican cooking. Here you may find a menu that contains:
Burger a la Usain, Jamaican pork stew with rice and peas, jerk grilled shrimp or saltfish. You can check out the menu here https://tracksandrecords.com
Also, upon your return back to the UK you can visit Tracks and Records at 94 Middlesex St, London just a short stroll from the Liverpool Street Station. Here you can reminisce about your Jamaica Holiday and relive the moments. To see the menu, you can visit the website here https://tracksandrecords.uk/
Things to do in Montego Bay
Running parallel to the oceanfront is the Hip Strip. This is 3-kilometre of restaurants, bars and shops. It teems with street vendors and tanned holidaymakers by day. At night it’s where people come to let their hair down. Downtown is worth exploring. The cobblestoned Sam Sharpe Square, with its historic Gully Market, and pattie shops, are all part of the appeal.
Montego Bay Marine Park
Just off the coast of Montego Bay is the marine park – 9 square miles of luminous coral reefs and mangroves. Scuba centres can take you out to sites like Point Reef and the rainbow-coloured Window Maker. Or you can hop on catamaran cruise and stop off at reefs swarming with barracudas, grouper fish, and stripped Sergeant Majors.
There are a number of sea activities. These include fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, sailing and scuba diving. For those who prefer land-based activities, there is hiking, ATV safaris, and climbing Mystic Mountain.
Things to do in Jamaica
Dunn’s River Falls & Park (Ocho Rios)
The falls, 180 feet high and 600 feet long, are bordered by lush, green vegetation. The vegetation provides shade which makes it easier for those who want to make the climb on the giant natural stairs. There are also stairs alongside for those who prefer a dry ascent.
There are some man-made aids for assisting the climb. The climb should take about an hour.
Small lagoons intersperse the vertical sections of the falls. The falls empty into the Caribbean Sea.
Blue Mountains National Park
A UNESCO World Heritage site since 2015, the Blue Mountains are a hiker’s paradise (but you can arrange a bicycle tour). It is home to many of the island's endemic species of plants and animals. Nature lovers will find hummingbirds, the giant swallowtail butterfly and parrots.
The world-famous Blue Mountains coffee hails from these parts.
Boston Beach & Blue Lagoon (Port Antonio)
Travellers love visiting the Blue Lagoon for the beautiful shades of blue water and the surrounding gardens. Yes, it’s the same Blue Lagoon that Brook Shields swam in! Great for photos and swimming. But the water is cool and deep (some say 180 feet). The shade of blue depends on the angle of the sun so it changes throughout the day. The Blue Lagoon is seven miles east of Port Antonio.
Located nine miles east of Port Antonio lies Boston Beach. This beach and its waters are known for being surfer friendly. The crystal-clear water and soft white sands just add to the picture.
And there’s more! Boston Beach is famous for its authentic Jamaican food. Shacks scattered along the beach serve up a delightful mix of pork and chicken dishes. This beach claims to be the birthplace of jerk seasoning.
Zip Lining (Montpelier)
Get a different view of Jamaica from above the rainforest! Zip over the Great River at 1265 feet (385 metres) at speeds of 35 miles per hour.
It’s the only zipline of its kind in Jamaica!
Bob Marley’s Birthplace (Nine Mile)
This is a must visit for lovers of reggae music. It was in the tiny village of Nine Mile, on 6th February 1945, that Bob Marley was born. He grew up in this village until the age of thirteen. And he was buried in Nine Mile in 1981. This historic attraction also has a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Jamaican Bobsled Ride (Mystic Mountain)
Inspired by the famous Jamaica Olympic bobsled team, this is an amazing ride. The 1000 metre track is built into the side of the mountain and the custom-built high-tech sled whizzes down the track driven by gravity alone!
The ride takes you through dense tropical landscape of the Jamaican rainforest.
Trip Advisor rate this as a top attraction in Ocho Rios