No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Versalles Jamaica
Travel Blogs from Jamaica
... two hour road trip excitingly on oue way to the Bob Marley Museum.
The Bob Marley Museum was the first of two sites we saw today. The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musicians home, which he purchased in 1975. This ...
... any music into reggae and own it; Country and Western, Pop, to R&B. The place is said to be A-political, so no one brings there politics with them. The whole street was packed with people drinking, talking dancing and having a great time. It was such a cultural experience with literally dancing in the street! The earlier part of Sunday was spent cleaning the place we are in and washing clothes and generally a relaxing day. We went to a four o'clock ...
... and the market and Auntie Alma’s dinners. In it are the late night talks in the middle of the week and all that I have learned about them and all that they have taught me about myself and that I still have left to learn. Washing dishes and watching movies and making bets and not nearly enough pictures.
There is a small midnight blue piece with Mas Seymour’s ...
It's been ages since I posted on here so undoubtedly there's going to be some stuff I've forgotten and the stuff I have done probably won't be in any coherent order, but here goes... The weekend after Negril went like this. On Friday night Janick and I went to jam with a reggae band for the evening in Hopetown a bit outside Mandeville. We arrived at a small hut with a huge wall of speakers set up and various instruments set up. I was ...
On Thursday night we all went for a barbecue at Ricky's. Good vibes and tasty food. On Friday I had to wake up early to be at the school I work at for 6.55am for devotions. This is a short religious assembly type thing with Bible readings, singing etc. I was accompanying some recorder playing students on guitar, and also providing the accompaniment to the Jamaican national anthem, which after taking ...