San San Tropez

Address: Drapers P.A. Portland, Port Antonio, Jamaica | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Drapers P.A. Portland, Port Antonio, is near Navy Island and Rio Grande Attractions at Rafter's Rest.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Antonio

      Port Antonio trip

      A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 16, 2013

      17 photos

      ... t have much time left after eating for swimming which was a shame. But I suppose it was for the best as the water here was so cold!! It must be due to the amount of rivers and mineral springs exiting here! Back on the bus to our last destination! The Rio Grande! Jamaicas biggest river. We drove up and down the mountains (scary roads!) and along the rivers edge to the starting point of the rafting. On the way we caught a glimpse of the Blue Mountain, ...

      A Travel Agent Review of Great Huts

      A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

      1 photo

      ... grounds including all of Great Huts furry and feathered friends, help out in the kitchen, provide security (although none seems needed) and generally make the guests feel right at home. In fact, I so wish I could remember the names of each staff member so that I could mention them in this review but suffices to say, everyone was just terrific. Especially the general manager, Tanika who accommodated all my many moves.



      Sitting together at diner-style counters ...

      Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous at GeeJam Jamaica

      A travel blog entry by ultimateislands on Feb 26, 2011

      1 photo

      ... beach. This ultra-private beach area is located at the bottom of the resort and through a high gate. There is a large lawn with canopied beds draped in stylish, vibrantly red linens covering the cushions and cascading over the top to shield from the sun.

      The beach is a pristine cove-like patch of white sand that greets the clear turquoise surf and is surrounded by a long flat wall dotted with lounge chairs for suntanning. It is completely guarded by security and high gates ...

      An Educational Tourist in the West Indies

      A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

      4 photos

      ... Indeed, I have on occasion - half-joking, half-serious - described myself as an "educational tourist". I adore exotic (i.e. as different as possible from my native England), preferably tropical, locations. Since 1985 I have worked in Egypt (six years), Tanzania (four years), Argentina (two years) and Venezuela (two years). In none of these countries have I really integrated with the local population and learnt the language. In essence I have remained a tourist, ...

      Thinking outside the box

      A travel blog entry by teamclaudia on Apr 03, 2009

      1 comment, 88 photos

      Hello All I hope that everyone is well and that the recession hasn't affected you ( badly). My time on this island is winding down, my work is slowing down but I'm still thinking outside the box when it comes to activities to do with my students and the general community. Children + Animals= Trouble My Green Club held and Educational Zoo on January 26, 2009. The Educational Zoo started off as a petting zoo in order to raise money for ...