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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeachview Apartments Montego Bay
By no means the flashest accommodation in town but the apartments are large, clean and very central - placed within 5 mins walk to everything you want on either the hip strip or in town. The only downside is the noise, but that is to be expected being in the middle of things. The clubs are loud and do go on late but actually we found we didn't need the earplugs for sleeping we'd come prepared with, but light sleepers might. Also useful having a fridge and microwave for those on a budget. There are a few shops up the far end of the hip strip or one in the centre of the town on Church St for buying food and drink.
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