The Ultimate Luxury Guide to Jamaica

Bob Marley’s lyrics “Don’t worry about a thing” reverberate in the carefree smiles of the Jamaican people, whose top local and luxury experiences keep visitors coming back. This Caribbean island offers the best mix of luxury and adventure activities along the cerulean waters and white sand beaches. Some destinations specialize in luxury with little to do outside the resort walls, but Jamaica offers something for every type of traveler! It is the birthplace of reggae, Blue Mountain coffee and aged rum.

Half Moon Jamaica Luxury Resort Review

Half Moon is a one-of-a-kind fifty years old luxury property with 400 acres and 2 mile beachfront property. It is an independently-managed five-star resort with an award-winning spa, 18-hole golf course and even an equestrian centre with “turf and surf” excursions available where you can go horseback riding on the beach turf and even swim with horses! There is no shortage of dining options including Sugar Mill, which was awarded as Jamaica’s best restaurants. The resort is currently undergoing the second phase of a $75 million expansion project which will provide 57 new rooms by October 2018.

Bluefields Bay Villas Jamaica Resort Review

Bluefields Bay Villas is the perfect “country retreat on the sea” with every luxury of a large resort but the privacy of your own secluded villa on the south coast of Jamaica. Each of the six waterfront villas has a private pool, gourmet chef and personal butler. The service was impeccable with a butler available 24-hours and even available for daily excursions. When we went to the YS Falls someone accompanied us to carry a custom picnic basket filled with fresh local snacks. The beachfront property extends along the south coast with beautifully landscaped vistas and the perfect view of sunset.

11 Best Things To Do in Coney Island

“The only thing about America that interests me is Coney Island,” Sigmund Freud once said. Coney Island is a staple for any New Yorker or visitor in summertime. Ride colorful roller coasters or taste a New York classic like a Nathan’s hot dog from the first ever Nathan’s location. Fun Fact: Coney Island is actually a peninsula, not an island. Here are some top highlights of the beach destination only about an hour subway ride away from NYC.