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Beaches Ocho Rios Resort & Golf Club
Ranked #1 of 3 Hotels in Boscobel
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed June 5, 2008

Our family visited the Beaches Resort in Ocho Rios. Resort was very clean. Staff very nice. Always a smile. "NO PROBLEM". The resort is very family oriented. They had lots of slides in the pool for kids & adults. My daughterd tie-dyed t-shirts, made bracelets & played video games. Our room was always very clean & always had clean towels. We had a server several times (he moved from restaurant to restaurant) - (had been working only about a month - still on probation) Shaun - very nice young man & very hard working. Always there to take the dirty plates & refill any drinks. We did visit the Dunns Falls - very nice high climb! We made the climb & then got caught in the afternoon rain. Resort is really best for families with children.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 3, 2008

After going through the long line of customs, Sandals had their own comp room set up with drinks and snacks and were waiting for you to take your bags. The wait was not long to get onto the shuttle bus. When getting on the bus, it was fairly newer and the guide pointed out other resorts and activites that you could participate in. The bus ride though was about 2 hours long!! Upon arrival at Beaches they greet you with beverages and take your luggage right to your room! Check in was a breeze and upon arrival to the room, it was nice and clean, very spacious, but you could tell it was a little older of a room...but still VERY nice! During our stay here we participated in the activities that were provided by Beaches complimentary...which included snorkeling, kayaking, boat rides, banana tube riding, and all the the fantastic slides and activites at the kids pools. We stayed at the water slide pools most of our free time here. I was a little disappointed at the small beach but it was adequate. I found that more people stayed up closer to all the pools. Another plus was the food. WONDERFUL is all I can say. I have been to many foreign countries and the food here was the best I have ever had. The Venetian had wonderful steaks, lasagna, and pasta dishes. We ate breakfast everyday at the Bayside and it was fantastic! Also icecream, popcorn, and drinks were available all day long and located right beside the pools. All kids and adults always had icecream in their hands!! The staff was nothing but wonderful and helpful and friendly at all times!! We loved everyone their and they loved us dearly!! If you get a chance to do any excursions I highly recommend Dunns RIver Falls and Dolphin Cove. WHen I paid close to $500 for Dolphin Cove I thought that was a little high just for one adult and one child...but once we got there, so many activites awaited us!! SOme included boat rides, swimming with the dolphins, swimming with the stingrays, kayaking, a beautiful beach, petting zoos, birds, jungle trails, and boat rides!! I will definitely be going back to this resort in the next couple of years!! It was so worth the trip and advise this resort to anyone!! Also don't be afraid if you look up the weather forcast and it says rain...everyday we were there it was forecasted to rain and thunderstorm. Everyday it was sunny and a small shower would come through about once a day!1 Everyone go here...IT'S A BLAST!!

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled with family
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2  Thank StephieGYA
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Reviewed June 3, 2008

We stayed at Beaches Boscobel for 2 weeks 14th-28th May 2008 and after reading the reviews on here we were a bit worried about what the hotel was going to be like. We found that it had good points and bad and I can see what people are saying with their complaints but overall we found it to be generally above average with an absolutely brilliant kids camp. We travelled with a 6 month old baby and he loved it.

Good Points
1. The kids camp ladies are brilliant with babies and similarly the evening babysitting is just as good.
2. Concierge are excellent, they were very quick at seeing to any of our requests.
3. The food in the Venetian, Arizonas and Eleanors is very good.
4. The staff are the friendliest we have experienced in any of the other Sandals/Beaches we have been to.
5. The rooms are very spacious.
6. The resort is very stroller/buggy friendly.

Bad Points
1. There is only luke warm water in the rooms, not ideal for bathing a baby and not very comfortable in general. We complained a number of times but it got to a maximum of warm when it was fixed but went back to luke warm the next day.
2. Bathrooms are not very clean.
3. The hotel gets very busy on weekends so eat early or make sure you have a reservation made through the Concierge otherwise you could have a bit of a wait on your hands. Similarly with sunbeds during the day, you need to get one earlyish at the weekend.
4. The food in the buffet is terrible for lunch and dinner (ok for breakfast though). It seemed ok for kids though, pretty standard stuff but the other food was bad.

If you stay at this resort, try and go for a room in the Concierge categories as they seemed a lot nicer and bigger, the rooms with the decked patios looking out to the sea were very nice. It also entitles you to reserve restaurants which is very useful at busy times.

If you cannot tolerate massive amounts of Sesame Street then don't go to this resort as it is everywhere. Its great for the kids but towards the end of the 2 weeks we were starting to feel like we needed a break from it.

One last thing to watch out for, the areas of the resort that have been painted yellow are extremely slippy when wet. They were repainting it when we were there, who knows why, if they had stripped the old paint off it would have been much safer. The route up to the kids camp is surrounded by the yellow paint so take care in that area. The tiled stairways are also slippy when wet but they were installing handrails when we were there so thats made it safer.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled with family
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1  Thank Ashleywarren
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Reviewed June 1, 2008

We were at Beaches Boscobel starting May 20, 2008 for 10 nights. I would suggest a longer stay if possible. This was our 3rd time to Jamaica and we knew that the drive was close to 2 hours from M.Bay to Ocho so we wanted to relax and not stress over getting there and leaving quickly. Staying 10 nights was the perfect amount of time to unwind!
We were given an upgrade without asking and had a large room divided by a half wall. One side was the king bed and the other was the pull-out sofa that our kids shared (it was plenty big and comfy for them). The rooms are not super luxurious but it is a "family resort" with lots of people coming and going. It was well kept and cleaned daily. We also had turn down service at night, a fully stocked frig (cokes, water, juices, etc that were included in the all-inclusive). We also had Red Lane bath products (this is their spa line).
The pools are wonderful. One large pool with a waterfall (fun for in the morning and in the evening). The other pools were kid pools with multi-levels of waterslides and ropes to climb, etc. This area didn't open until 10:00 am, so we would start at the large pool and then move up to the waterslides at 10:00. Then when they closed at 5:00 we would eat dinner and head out to the large pool once again for the evening. It was truly great!
Yes, their is lots of stairs. The resort is spread out and built into a hillside. If you don't like exercise I would advise not to go. If you stay up around the main pool you have to trek to the beach (or take a 4 story elevator). If you stay on the beach then you have to go up to the pools. We always enjoy cruises or places with stairs...we figure that that is our workout!
The beach is small. But, people do not realize that for Jamaica that is a benefit. There are a lot of drugs and other things in Jamaica and it is nice for the resort to be "blocked" off from the outside. The beach was plenty big for our family to enjoy. The other 2 resorts we have stayed at (Couples and Rose Hall) also had small beaches...it is the norm. So don't go to Jamaica if you are looking for a beach like in Florida.
We were told that the people over at the dock area trying to get you to come around to look at their goods (around the corner of the resort, outside of the resort area) were also offering cocaine and pot. So, having security at the beach and having a "private" beach was well worth any concerns of a tiny beach.
Were we ever worried or concerned for "what was going on" with some of the people there, with safety, etc.? No! Absoultly not! We just know to be careful and to stick with excursions with the resorts and not to "venture" out on our own. That's the way to stay safe! The bus rides, etc. are totally safe. The resorts are a big business and you are going to be totally fine if you are going over to Jamaica...just use common sense!
We enjoyed the food. We think on our last Norwegian cruise we did have better food...but the food at B.Bosc. was great. The lunches had fresh salads, pasta, tomatoes, fruits, etc. They had a sandwhich making station (loved it). For breakfast they had a fresh smoothie station and an omelet station. The Arizona for dinner was the best restaurant. Tex-Mex, steaks, shrimp, etc. The buffet also offered some great meals. The italian was not our favorite.
Everyone was incredibly friendly. Don at the beach took our son out several times to teach him to sail the hobie cat's (my son is 9). We kayaked and did the water bikes. The trampoline was not there. We didn't ask why it was no longer there.
We built tons of sand castles and truly had a blast.
Yes, there is vendors with little boats selling stuff in the water at the beach. They bother you the 1st day but once they've seen you they back off. Remember this is not the U.S. and they are just trying to make a living (I did also here from 2 couples that they had offered some drugs to them...so the advice is to just stay away). But, are you safe at the beach? Absolutly!
I think many times we want to compare other countries to the U.S. We however don't do that and we try to take our kids and make it an adventure to a place that is run differently and that 5 star is a different 5 star then the U.S. It's great to experience what the rest of the world is truly like!
To sum it up: Beaches Boscobel is wonderful. It is not a Ritz or Iberostar but it is a "beachy" resort that is used for fun not for being a "who's who". It is wonderful to have all activities included in the fees (snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, scuba, etc.)...many other resorts do not offer this. It is also nice to have bottled water's, drinks, etc. included (other resorts do not include drinks in the mini-bars, and bottled waters, Beaches includes it all).
It is truly a place you don't have to dress up for dinner (this is the 1st time that we didn't take dressy clothes and we truly enjoyed just bumming around). There is an adults only restaurant that requires resort casual clothing...but we had our kids with us and they did not want to go to the kids program (they are at the age that they were turned off by sesame street...but they had fun making jokes!) So, we did not make them go to the Kids club.
This is a place to take the kids and truly just let your hair down and have some fun.
For luxury I did hit the spa for a massage. It was a wonderful place to get a massage (1st class) and it was a true treat.
We met wonderful people and our kids found plenty of kids to pal around with.
Go and have fun...it is worth the trip. We are ready to try out a new Beaches...however we would totally go back to Beaches Boscobel!

Stayed: May 2008
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Reviewed May 31, 2008

My wife, 13 month old boy, and myself went in the 1st week in May for 1 week.


Upon arival at the Montego Bay airport, we were greted by the hotel's staff, offered snacks, and taken to the hotel shartly thereafter. The minibus drivers to and from the airport were really nice and informative( we gave them a tip-only time tips were give, since the resort is an all inclusive resort and tipping is not allowed).

The hotel wasn't crowded nor was it empty. Upon arival our gardenview room was upgraded to a partially blocked pool view room with balcony.(That was generous by the resort). All the facilities were pretty much available anytime that you wanted them. The landscaping were well maintained (thanks to Nigel)grounds were well cared for. Thea pools(main, kiddies pool, 2nd pool, waterslides) were wonderful and there were lifeguards present throughout the day.


The staff in the Main lobby was nice as well as the staff in the main restuarant Bayside were really nice (especially Ricardo-waiter, and Peter-chef) we ate breakfast there everyday and sometimes lunch since there were different delicious foods there everyday. We also sampled the Arizona (on the water with cool refreshing breeze) for lunce a couple of times. Sampled the Venetian once for dinner(good Italian food) and the food at Elenor's was wonderful (Fine dining) although small portions, but surprisingly it was fulfilling. The BBQ Park was mostly fast foods, finger foods, ice-cream, hotdogs, etc. mainly for the kids (and adults) in the pool area.The The beach is a short beach, but nicely decotated with straw umbrellas and lots of beach chairs. There are alot of activities for kids ages 4-10 with Elmo and friends(zoe, Cookie monster, etc). Night entertainment were provided by the staff and would on occasions guests would participate. Didn't go to the club. We had breakfast with Elmo and friends one morning(exciting for kids 4-10).

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The drinks were top shelf liquer and were great (especially the Bob Marley). The staff at the SPA were nice also(mothers's day massage package was nice on the rooftop of the SPA facility(Beautiful oceanview and breeze). Had to cancel the downtown shopping trip because my son got sick. the lase 2 days of the vacation. But, all in all we all had a wonderful time at the resort and would visit ther again when our son is older. Very nice resort with great courteous service, and delicious food and good entertainment.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled with family
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1  Thank Elenway
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Reviewed May 30, 2008

First, as many others have also noted…this place is not at all as bad as some of the reviewers make it out to be, in my opinion…I think it depends on your expectation level and your experiences at other resorts…

Some say it is not worth the money…I am not sure what others paid but for us it was a bargain considering what we spend for a week at the Jersey shore!

Who – My wife and I (our anniversary was during our trip) and our kids (well not really kids)…girl, 20 (turned 20 during our stay)…boy, 15

When – Sat., 4/5/08 -> 4/12/08

Air Jamaica – Leaving Philadelphia International was very smooth…we actually departed early and arrived in Montego Bay ahead of schedule…Leaving Montego Bay was another story. Our flight was delayed 2 ½ hours. When we arrived in Philadelphia the customs agent actually noted to us that this is a common occurrence…leaving early and departing late…as once the flights arrive in Montego Bay they actually use the same planes to commute between the islands…which can cause delays on flights coming back to the main land. He said the better option (although not much better in most cases) is US Air for non-stop.

Montego Bay airport – The line was long going through immigration but moved very quickly as they have a lot of agents working. Customs was a breeze. After going through customs there are greeters to guide you to the lounge for your resort as all of the major resorts are represented. We were able to relax in the Sandals/Beaches lounge for about 20-25 minutes and have some complimentary, self-serve Red Stripe on tap before we were called for the shuttle to the resort.

Shuttle – Yes, the ride was a little over 2 hours but the time flew. Yes, they drive a little reckless, but it was actually kind of fun…but maybe that’s just me. And never having been to Jamaica before, we took in a lot of the culture as we went along. Our driver did not stop for a rest as others have stated. Maybe because it was pouring rain but I think it was better as we just wanted to get there and get settled in. But we did stop on the way back and the ocean view was just splendid!

Arrival at Beaches Boscobel – Because we had a concierge room, we were met as we got off of the shuttle by Shaw from the concierge service. He welcomed us, helped us identify our bags (they were delivered to our room a short time later), we were offered some rum punch, and then he escorted us to the concierge office where they assisted us in coordinating our pre-scheduled activities for the week. Shaw was a big part of making our vacation most memorable...he was always making sure that we were satisfied and made sure that all of our needs were met. He also turned us on to the Jamaican handshake and the phrase “Irie mon!” Thank you Shaw!...we will miss you!

Room – We had a Honeymoon Beach Suite (kids had their own) which is one of the rooms right on the beach…decent sized porch with table and chairs…literally steps away from the sand, which was very nice….and convenient for getting in line to sign-up for activities (as they were at the end of the walkway) and reserving chairs for the day. The room was nice. No problems. There was plenty of hot water and water pressure. Room was cleaned very well. Fridge was always stocked with beer, soda, and water. No thefts to report from the safe…and we had some valuables in there.

Beach/Pools – Beach was a little small but never seemed crowded…and was well-maintained. Seaweed was raked every morning and sand was raked as well. Plenty of chairs and thatch umbrellas. Water was clear and warm. Smokey Joe and Reggae Smokey just added to the whole experience as they were a mainstay selling conk shells and other trinkets in the water. They were very nice and friendly and were never annoying to the guests at all. We bought a few items. Main pool was nice…loved having the bar right there. Water slides were pretty fun too.

Water Sports – plenty to do…just note that you have to get in line in the morning (8:30) to sign up for the NEXT days activities…hydrobikes were broke but there was plenty of other stuff. We did glass bottom boat and hobie cats. Also had scuba, snorkeling, banana boats, windsurfing, canoes, etc. Props to the folks running the activities. They were always going around and trying to get people involved in the activities but not at all overbearing.…special shout out to A.J. and Gregory who were especially helpful and attentive to us including getting us drinks when we were “dry”.

Food – Plenty of choices and some were better than others. Eleanor’s – excellent food with high end service. The Venetian – Italian food that was OK…great atmosphere. The Bayside – mostly good buffet-style choices…some better than others…and always had fresh fruit choices. Arizona - decent food…great place to eat under the stars. BBQ Park – quick eating…food was so-so.

Bars – 6 bars and we tried them all! All of the bartenders were great and very entertaining. I was hooked on the Dirty Bananas!

Weather – We were a little worried as we checked the weather prior to our trip. We always saw chances of rain everyday. Then upon our arrival and into the evening it rained…sometimes very hard. But that was it. The last 6 days were warm sunny days and very pleasant evenings. We couldn’t have asked for better weather.

Extras – Beside everything there was to do (we never had to leave the resort), we also celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary by renewing our wedding vows (thanks to Cavel and Suelann and for making the occasion very special). Even though it was only the 4 of us, it was handled with the same care and attention as if we had a 20-person wedding party! We also had the candlelight dinner on the beach (many thanks to Michael, our maitre d and Jamaican friend for life, for making this extra special!…K.I.T mon!) which was perfect! Great night, great service! It was also my daughters birthday during this week and she was serenaded multiple times with birthday wishes…thanks to all who made this extra special for her!...Xbox Oasis was OK

The People – For those I failed to mention…and you know who you are…thank you to you all for making this a most enjoyable experience. What can I say…there may be exotic locations that are just as nice or nicer but the people here put Jamaica over the top in my opinion. Everyone here was super-friendly, helpful, courteous, and personable. Tipping is not allowed…but we made it a point to seek out those that went the “extra mile” for us and rewarded them for all they did. For them, it truly was “No problem mon!”

The “other side” of Jamaica – On the side of the resort by the water sports there are locals trying to get you to come over and look the items they have for sale as well as offer hair-braiding services. We went over to see what they had and were quite impressed with the little shopping strip setup they had. There were bargains to be had and we bought some very nice items and shirts, etc. They are very nice and harmless people.

  • Stayed: April 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 30, 2008

I was married at Beaches Boscobel on May 17, 2008. The resort was nice, the people were super nice, but the coordination between the WC pre-resort was lacking. There was alot of information that she had incorrect, or gave me misinformation on, or didn't pass along to the on-site coordinator. Even with the issues, the wedding went smoothly. There were various other wedding-related issues along the way (the front desk was sending all wedding gifts (champagne, towel shaped, rose petals) to my husband's cousins room), that took like 3-4 days for them to correct, which was annoying. Regarding the wedding, I wouldn't get advise to get married at Beaches unless having children there are very important to you. They were to us, so we made that choice and I wouldn't change that part of it. I just wish Beaches was more together.

Oh, and I def recommend the steel-pan player for during the ceremony! He was great. We also did a sand ceremony, which my guests really liked. They thought it added something special to the ceremony. Transporting the sand home was another story though, it didn't stay separate at all. But I guess that might be kinda the point too.

One other thing, the minister rolled up the marriage certificate and handed it to my husband right after the ceremony while our guests were congratulating us and now we can't find it. I don't know why they would hand it over right in the middle of everything like that, so if you can ask the WC to maybe hold yours until the next day, that would be a better idea. We now might not get ours for 12-14 weeks or something like that.

Regarding the resort, I have absolutely no complaints there. Everyone was so accommodating and they knew our names, which was nice.

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Bayside (buffett) - We ate breakfast and lunch there almost daily. Nothing to rave about, but also nothing to complain about. There was a few times that we had dinner there and it was incredible! There was only one day at dinner and another day at lunch were there wasn't really anything I wanted to eat. They also open late night for after-bar cravings and their hot dogs taste great at 2am!

The Venetian was good both time we ate there. Once with a large party of 15+ and once with just 4 people. My husband got the lamp and said it was phenomenal. I ate salmon once and beef tendorloins once, both good.

The Arizona was really good as well. I recommend the marlin filet with corn ginger topping. Delish! There wasn't really any lunch options that were interesting, but the club sandwich was ok. It was also pretty cool to eat on the gazebo over the water, but the birds are pretty daring and practically chased us outta there like the Alfred Hitchcock movie "Birds".

The other place we ate was Eleanor's, and that was really good as well. Also, nice to sit out on the deck for dinner at sunset. (No children allowed in this restaurant)

Nightlife -
Appleton Bar until 10 - We only stopped by there one night to meet up with friends that we had met there, but it was kinda dead. I don't know what it is normally like, since we were there for 10 days and only tried this place once. Perhaps we caught it on an off night.

Bayside Bar until 12 - This is were we spent most of our time, I would say. They had SportsCenter on practically 24/7, and since there were quite a few important games going on here, my husband was interested in keeping tabs.

The Disco until 2 - I wouldn't recommend the Disco at all. We went one night and it was pretty gross. It smelled really bad in there.

The Piano Bar until 2 - The Piano Bar was nice, but rarely was anyone playing the piano. Not that that mattered cuz the best part for us was Godfrey the bartender. He is a more handsome not -dorky version of Carlton from The Fresh Prince. He was a very sarcastic and entertaining person to hang out with while there. He was my husbands favorite, since he had a handful of bar tricks that he did for us. I also heard that Marcelus was a great entertainer as well, but we never got the chance to check him out. This was our favorite place to go.

The only other complaint is how tiny the beach is. There were no long romantic walks on the beach for us, since it wasn't long enough.

Oh, and the "floating pharmacy", as we began to call it. Those are the guys that sit on rafts selling seashells, starfish, necklaces, etc, as well as any drug that you are interested in. At first I was highly annoyed that they were there and so persistant, but they only care about "fresh meat". Once you have been on the resort for about 2 days, if you haven't bought anything from them or chatted them up, they will leave you alone. And then you are even able to talk to them without them trying to sell you anything, which was nice.

3  Thank carlymcm
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Address: St. Ann, Boscobel, Jamaica
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Location: Caribbean > Jamaica > Saint Mary Parish > Boscobel
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 3 Hotels in Boscobel
Price Range: $472 - $1,240 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Beaches Ocho Rios Resort & Golf Club 4*
Number of rooms: 223
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
•Minutes away from the newly renovated Ian Fleming International Airport•Kids Camp with certified nannies to pamper the kids •Supervised Xbox® Play Lounge with flat screen plasma TV’s•Kids can enjoy fun and games with Elmo & friends in our Sesame Street Caribbean Adventure•Adults-only El Dorado bar located on a terrace overlooking the Caribbean Sea •A state of the art “Liquid by Beaches” Disco •Pirates Island Water Park offering eleven slides for all ages•Voted Beaches Resorts ‘World’s Leading Family All-Inclusive’ 14 years in a row ... more   less 
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