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Reviewed April 9, 2018

We stayed for 9 nights in March and thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. Having deliberately chosen a small hotel away from a beach and therefore quieter and more secluded we were delighted with our choice. Although we arrived quite late after the longish taxi ride from Mobay we were warmly greeted and duly refreshed with cold Red Stripes! Our room was spotless, spacious, well equipped and with a very comfortable bed. The louvered shutters allowed us hear the sounds of the garden and sometimes Reggae from the village below. What a joy to have no piped music anywhere and we didn't miss not having a TV for one second. This is not a hotel for those who must have these 'entertainments'.
Breakfast was a treat of fresh fruit, home made bread and jams accompanied by pots of local Blue Mountain coffee. Cooked breakfasts were readily provided and enjoyed for those with a sufficient appetite!
Carefully prepared and cooked the evening meals were naturally Caribbean influenced and offered a wide variety of choices with no repeats during our stay. The Mille Fleurs has a reputation which is obviously widely and justifiably appreciated. The wine list was well chosen and the House wines were excellent.
We appreciated the special service on the occasion of our wedding anniversary. A particular thank you to Shireen, Barbara and the rest of the staff for making us feel special throughout our stay
We were delighted with the side trips that were organised. Rafting on the Rio Grande with splendid lunch at halfway, visits to the beaches and a trip into the Blue Mountains where we could buy the real coffee beans which we are still savouring back in England.
A memorable holiday with many highlights and unreservedly recommended.

Room Tip: Superior room with garden view was first class
  • Stayed: March 2018, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 6, 2018

Mockingbird Hill is a wonderful little hotel in on a hill, in the midst of green, lush vegetation, overlooking the bay. It's a perfect getaway for people who don't like noise and crowds. This is a little gem of a hotel with a totally stress-free and relaxing atmosphere in the midst of nature, but with a high-class restaurant and perfect service.

When arriving, the managers - Barbara and Shireen - greet you personally, and this very personal and warm attitude towards guests continues throughout the stay. Managers and staff suggest ideas for outings, and all trips to beaches or to Kingston are organised quickly and professionally. I went for a rafting tour on Rio Grande - a wonderful experience!

The rooms are simple, but stylish, with fresh exotic flowers on the table. Everything is extremely clean. Big beds and very comfy mattresses - I slept wonderfully. There are hammocks on the balcony for a nap in the afternoon or for reading and relaxing. The only sounds are birds.
Wi-fi works well throughout the hotel. There is no television in the room - the idea is to switch off and enjoy nature, which I did...

In particular, I loved the large, well-kept garden with huge trees, little hidaway huts and many exotic flowers - you walk along the paths, listen to the birds, and enjoy the vista of the sea and the bay. And have a dip in the pool afterwards!

The service is very friendly, helpful and professional. Special wishes are quickly dealt with. All organisational issues - like the pick-up from the airport etc. - worked out very smoothly, and always with a smile.

And last but not least, the "Mille Fleurs" restaurant offers first-class food.
Breakfast is very generous, with freshly baked bread every morning, tropical fruits and homemade jams, amongst other things.
At mid-day and night, the restaurant serves excellent food, "fusion cuisine" with a Caribbean twist. There is always a choice of meat, seafood or vegetarian. The desserts and home-baked cakes are wonderful, like the flour-free chocolate cake. Most of the ingredients are local and organic. Don't miss the lobster in coconut sauce and the papaya granita! It is not cheap, but worth every penny. Guests from other hotels come to "Mille Fleurs" restaurant to enjoy its superb dishes.

In the evening, it was a special treat to have a cocktail on the terrace. Watching the sun go down with a "sun-downer" like a rum punch in your hand is a truly Caribbean experience!

I have been to Mockingbird Hill twice and can't wait to go again. No better retreat to relax and unwind.

Room Tip: The garden rooms have a wonderful view.
  • Stayed: February 2018, traveled solo
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Thank journalist_travel
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hmbhpot, Manager at Hotel Mocking Bird Hill, responded to this reviewResponded April 9, 2018

It is so wonderful and very kind of you to take the time to share your experiences in such detail. The best part of our job is knowing that we can help so many individuals to enjoy a wonderful experience and give them amazing memories… We are so grateful to hear that you enjoyed your time here with us and it means a lot to know that you plan to return.

We enjoyed our chats and look forward to welcoming you back. We will certainly toast to happy times and wish you well till you return again.

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Reviewed April 2, 2018

My friend and I visited other hotels in the area but I'm glad that we got to stay here. I was delighted to read all about the way in which the hotel pioneered the 'eco-hotel' status and read their help guide for ages, it was fascinating!
Owner Shireen was very attentive, checking that we had an activity for the day and knew how to get around. They were very happy to book us taxis back and forth. You will need to do this if you don't have a car like we did.
The gardens were a joy to explore (they seemed never-ending!) and when it rains here (which is a lot), it's a pleasure because you feel cosied up in the hotel whilst still feeling connected to nature.
The hotel is very quiet and calm as there are so few guests however it's worth noting that should there be any noise, you do hear it due to the slatted walls (for genius ventilation). For more privacy, I believe there are more private rooms. This is definitely a great place for anyone looking for some peace and quiet with an appreciation for plants!
Lastly, you must try dinner here as it's excellent (book ahead on the day). We had coconut curry lobster and the home-made breakfast of fruit and bread and cakes is delicious.
Thanks so much for our great experience.

Room Tip: Higher up serves the best views over the canopy but check for noise levels
  • Stayed: March 2018, traveled with friends
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1  Thank shinythoughts
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Reviewed March 20, 2018

as ever I go for the hillside getaway and the as close to all natural, organic, low carbon foot print food as possible... and still these people turn out epicurean standards! Prices are Kingston prices and this is a feat ' in the bush' .... natural/organic/ etc in Kingston would not be affordable at these standards! House wines way better than most hotels and a recent humble crab cake was a revelation...best I've ever had...you can't really price "amazing" I often wonder what star the famous Mich would give this place ..hm...still largely a best kept secret though with numerous international awards Virgin etc...if you want a secluded surprise ... this is it..and it's mins away from a knock out beach... I walk the hill for excercise at night with the fireflies...but this is Jamaica... have your wits about you :)

Room Tip: above ground level with balcony
  • Stayed: November 2017, traveled solo
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1  Thank forestgreenNy
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Reviewed March 13, 2018

We choose the hotel to do our wedding with 1 room for us and 2 others for our witnesses.
It couldn't have been better.
It is a nice, beautiful, intimist and quiet hotel with a small amount of rooms.
The rooms, the view, the garden, the pool, the food and the restaurant are amazing.
And the staff was very nice, professional and attentive.
We were also impressed by the restaurant and had a delicious wedding dinner.

The hotel is easy to find and is located in one of the best places in Jamaica, near some of the most beautiful beaches of the island and many other attractions, with not too much tourists.

  • Stayed: March 2018, traveled with friends
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Thank Camille M
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hmbhpot, Manager at Hotel Mocking Bird Hill, responded to this reviewResponded March 15, 2018

Thank you ! It was a pleasure for us to gift you with unforgettable memories of your special day.
We wish you all the very best for your future and hope to welcome you back for one of your anniversaries soon.

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