Watch sunsets so amazing, you'll feel the need to applaud at the end.
Peering into sparkling blue waters from a volcanic rock perch, the suites at the Rockhouse Hotel feel like isolated hideouts. Built to acknowledge natural Jamaican surroundings, the timber, stone, and thatch villas turn into moonlit retreats at sundown, amplifying the tropical garden and ocean chorus.
Unique to the Caribbean, the overlapping cuisines of European settlers, Rastafarian vegetarians, and native Arawak Amerindians combine to create a flavor-packed smorgasbord of delicacies. Sample all these tastes on the Rockhouse Restaurant terrace or at the Pushcart Grill & Rum Bar.
A 60-foot clifftop swimming pool provides a gentle warmup before an afternoon of snorkeling above coral reefs and brilliant sea life. Friskier swimmers can cover significant distance in the warm, calm waters that lap the hotel's perimeter. Just remember to keep an eye out for the joyfully squealing cliff jumpers.