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Reviewed October 7, 2016

had a great time, will definitely be back ... great film festival and fabulous staff and team right in the home of Jamaica's #1 jerk cuisine city.... Great Huts reflects the strength of the predominant African culture of the Jamaican people

Room Tip: check out Queen of Sheba room
  • Stayed: August 2016, traveled with family
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1  Thank UNIA J
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Reviewed September 26, 2016

First off this property is not meant for everyone, those looking for an all inclusive resort atmosphere need not apply. This is a vacation in Jamaica the way it was meant to be. the rooms are very rustic and have no televisions but WIFI is available through out the property. The grounds are lush and full of natural beauty with amazing views of the sea and the view from the pool is amazing.

The staff is also very friendly and informed of all the many activities to do around port antonio, and how could i forget the relaxing beach on property.
If youre looking to get away from the hustle and bustle there is no better place to recharge than great huts

  • Stayed: August 2016, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Speeney
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Reviewed September 25, 2016

My visit to great huts was nothing short of amazing. Tucked away minutes from the town, you will find this rustic oasis. The beauty of this place rests in its cultural remnants, friendly staff and breathtaking views. The sights are to die for, from the artwork to the views atop the cliffs; every inch of this place is gorgeous. Hikes through the paths, pool overlooking the ocean, plants, trees, the beach and the yoga den were just a few of the things i experienced. I would definitely visit again. I recommend you try this place at least once, you WILL want to go back. im already planning my next visit!

  • Stayed: September 2016, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Kerensa S
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Reviewed September 25, 2016 via mobile

The beauty of Great Hutt's Reveres History, Art and Nature in the most intimate way. Theres so much to see and experience, from the breathtaking ocean view from atop the cliffs to the invigorating hike through the forest, with exotic hide away spots to enjoy on the way. Not to mention the incredible detail that each Hutt provides through its unique form. My advice - don't forget your camera. Truly an incredible experience I will never forget! I cant wait to go back. 4.5 Stars.

Stayed: September 2016, traveled with friends
1  Thank Krystina B
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Reviewed September 24, 2016

I had the opportunity to return to Great Huts this week albeit for an all too short couple of days. I was greeted like family and was placed in the newest hut, Nyabinghi, with an amazing view of the Caribbean Sea. I slept with the shutters wide open as usual and lying in bed witnessed an amazing electrical storm as the rain beat on the zinc roof. Talk about a surreal and timeless castaway-experience.

The food is even better than I remember, A splendid bamboo themed bar has been added and a very interesting African inspired gift shop, The new (to me) walkway along the cliff is awe inspiring and perhaps not for the nervous! The artwork collection continues to grow - the masks and terra cotta statues are awe inspiring.

That sense of nature, a chance to switch off and reflect; that is really what Great Huts seeks to identify within you. The African-Jewish story and the amazing library must give one the opportunity to contemplate our troubled history as a people and to seek answers.

I met the owner Dr. Paul Rhodes MD; a remarkable Renaissance man. Doc is a medical practitioner, New Yorker, DC/Baltimore resident, Jewish, entertainer extraordinaire, who also runs and largely supports the residential homeless shelter in Port Antonio (try to help with that if you can and visit - volunteer, donations etc). He mentioned he has purchased the land next door to the resort and that will showcase a Royal Hut. I know this will be spectacular. I have to stay there when it opens! I believe it will be ready in time for season. Am sure the team will post some pictures and do some media releases at the time. It will be a new level of Hut if you will; but will remain very faithful to the Great Huts theme and narrative.

Yes, I enjoyed my return to Great Huts and will return I hope......

Room Tip: With such eclectic huts best to go on line and see which hut suits your pocket and your taste - I love African Sunrise and Nyabinghi.
  • Stayed: September 2016, traveled solo
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1  Thank William W
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