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... tour boats have their passengers swimming in the water. So some of our group decided to swim despite the "pollution"
This seems to be a very Jamaican thing. Confusing and conflicting situations.
*We went to Ocho Rios, about an hour east of us. It is a fairly large city but we ...
No wonder the cat doesn't eat it's cat food. I've been feeling sorry for it.
I am officially traumatized!
It was like in the Godfather, the guy wakes up with the horse's head in his bed but on a smaller scale!
I have had some visitors that ...
... to see the show tonight but skipped it because we were pretty tired. Tonight was formal night. We dressed up because I really wanted to try the fisherman’s plate I kept hearing about that is always offered on the second formal night. It was good. We each got one and then split the prime rib. I’m glad we split the second entrée because it was also good and the fisherman’s plate wasn’t that ...
... have no chips but that is the only criticism I can offer. The buffet is like any other with a daily carving of turkey or roast beef or ham. The cafeteria line does not want for fish or chicken or what have you. Salads and desserts are plentiful and the ice cream and frozen yoghurt machines operate 24 hours a day.
The steakhouse, “The Point,” is quite nice. White table cloths, a decent wine list and—judging by the strip steak I had on the first ...
... second annual travel retreat or "Chica Trip", as she puts it. No husbands, no kids. Just fun in the sun and lots of laughs.
After going back and forth on where to stay, we settled on the Rose Hall Hilton due to its new All Inclusive Plan. Also, for the fact in the last few years I have chosen to stay at a Hilton with practically all of my travels for one reason or another. So, staying here felt a little bit more ...
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My friend and I saved our pennies for 2 years to take a trip to Montego Bay and decided to stay at Jack Tar. We were attracted to the "Adults only" part as we are both teachers. I can honestly say that I do not have a bad word to say about this resort. It is perfectly located if you don't want to spend your whole holiday in the hotel complex, the aircraft noise is barely noticable and the food is out of this world. I love my food and Ijust couldn't get enough, especially breakfast! The room was huge and very clean and the cleaning staff were friendly and helpful at all times (something I have rarely experienced at a hotel). Most of the people staying in the hotel were American, so if you want to be surrounded by "your own kind" I would stay at the Holiday Inn. I have no problems at all with them (they're not as loud as you think!) so I had a wonderful time! I would like to thank all of the staff at the resort for making us feel so welcome and at home during our stay. I'm saving again for my next trip and I wouldn't stay anywhere else!
it was alright but i got more bang for my money at jack tar puerto plata in dominican republic. i paid for superior accomodations, but was placed in a standard room. i was placed in a musty room with dirty sofas and chairs, but after viewing several room i finally found a clean one (what's going on here) they proceed to tell me it was a superior room but after i insisted in viewing both accomodations to compare the rooms i was accomodated in they conceded and gave me a letter of compensation to credit me for the difference. there was no bottled water available. the snacks were not good, esp. the hamburger (what kind of meat was that?!?!!?). the food was ok in the only restaurant not much of a selection and only one bar. no elevator, it's a four floor walk up. there is no nightly entertainment. what they call entertainment begins at 9:30 pm and finishes at 11:00. after eleven there's no life on the resort. you have to go out. they do not even leave the music on so u can stay up a little longer to sip a few drinks if you do not feel like going to sleep at eleven.
My husband I visited Jack Tar Village for our honeymoon in May 2002. We had an excellent time. It kicked butt!! We would recommend this resort for anyone looking for a nice, romantic, fun, and exotic time!! We spent time off of the resort which was pretty cool. The locals were really nice and ready for a good bargain. The people working at the resort were very friendly and we actually made a few friends while visiting! The food and drinks were great. The room was pretty standard, but we didn't spend much time in the room, anyways. It would have been a little nicer if some of the trips were included (snorkeling especially). You could snorkel right off their beach, but you weren't allowed to go to far off shore. Overall we had an excellent time and plan to go back at some point.
Jack Tar Village - Great
My husband & I stayed at JTV in March 2002 for 7 days. We were looking for a relaxing vacation and found it. The staff was great. The room, food and drinks were all above average for the price we paid. The best thing about this resort is that you can snorkle off the beach. We will definitely consider going back to Jack Tar Village.
My boyfriend and I went to Jack Tar - Montego Bay in April 2002. We had read reviews that stated that the food was minimal and the beaches were not that good, but that the staff made up for it and it would be a good vacation. We decided to go for it. We were sorely disappointed. Not only were we now in a resort that was run down and in disrepair, the food was terrible and the pool was miniscule, but the activities people were rude and lazy. They had a board with activities listed every day, but only did one or two (maybe). They insulted people who didn't want to participate and insulted us for complaining that they didn't have the activities that they advertised. The only saving grace was the good weather. Luckily the weather was beautiful or we would've really been miserable.
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My Auntie, cousin and I stayed at Jack Tar February 2001. We had such a great time. Although the food wasn't what i expected the staff was real nice and the activities were too. The best part i liked was that Jack Tar guest got in free to the local club Margueriteville.
In July 2001, we stayed at Jack Tar Village for almost a week. The views at this resort are spectacular; from the moment you first enter the resort, a sweeping panorama
My friend and I visited Jack Tar Village in July 2001 during SumFest. We must say other than a few minor incidents we had a dream vacation. The staff and service at Jack Tar was very professional and effecient. I had the opportunity to stay at another all inclusive in MoBay later and found I missed the atmosphere of Jack Tar. However, if you are coming to Jamaica for the beaches DON'T stay here-the beach (what there is of it) leaves much to be desired. Having said this however, if we return to Jamaica we will definately be staying at Jack Tar Village. Thank you front desk staff(especially the humorous and friendly guy in the late evenings)and also the Special Events team, you all obviously worked VERY hard to keep us entertained-thank you all for making our vacation WONDERFUL!
My boyfriend and I went to Jack Tar in Aril of 2001. We read all sorts of reviews on the hotel/food etc.etc. Most reviews were dissappointing and we were wondering what it would be like. We got a great deal for the vacation.