Hotel Gloriana & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gloriana & Spa Montego Bay
Was recommended this Hotel by customer services at Montego Bay Airport, yes we are on a budget but for $49 US a night you could so much better. We got to see 2 rooms before checking in, felt like I went back to the 70's and the smile of weed was so bad we had to ask if there was any other rooms which we would pay for $55 US a night. Check for bed bugs and had an okay night sleep, with a car alarm going off all night and the windows were boarded up. Had breakfast the next morning which wasn't bad. I know Gloriana was an icon to Jamaica, but this hotel needs a lot of work.
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... kind of a mix of the first two ports but the best part of this stop was snorkelling in the crystal clear waters at a local beach where we saw lots of sea urchins under rocks. We went to the supermarket just to grab some drinks and we were shocked by how cheap everything was- we walked out with 4 bottles of water, a chocolate milk and two soft drinks for about $3.00US. We also got to try some traditional Mexican food while we were there for lunch.
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... times the locals arranged a brass band salute to my accomplishments outside the room door. They were very loud. Today was a more normal day. Relaxing at the pool, riding the water slide, playing in the waves , kayaking, using the paddle boats. Now for a dinner of jerked lamb chops. But no rum drinks! I have sworn off all rum at least until we return to the ...
... time I'm catching and Lily can climb. We ended the day watching the rain from a house atop the mountain and eating great jerk chicken from a hole in the wall restaurant watching the sun set over the beach. As luck would have it I found the best looking gal on the island to spend the day ...
... annoyed us a bit to the point where we couldn’t even read the information, so we had to rather sternly tell them to shut up and leave us alone! By now it was lunchtime and in perfect placement nearby there was a little roadside food stall and bar. Cold water and beer was available and the very rustic kitchen had a great selection of local traditional foods – boiled green banana, boiled and fried johnny cakes, yam, ...
... our local Jamaican guide, Steven. The history of Falmouth is well preserved through the high density of historic buildings that remain in town. Steven took us to have a look at two of the largest and oldest churches in Jamaica. St Peters Anglican Church was built in 1796. Its tower still has the original clockwork and all the Pews are made of Jamaican Mahogany. We finished off with a local Red Stripe beer at the Bob Marley Bar before making our way back to the ...