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Bluefields Bay Villas
Bluefields, JamaicaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Bluefields Bay Villas
Bluefield Bay Villas, on the island's southern coast, is a peaceful Jamaican escape that's perfect for families.
Twenty-five miles southeast of Negril you'll find Bluefield Bay Villas, a six-villa, üaut;ber-private escape in sleepy Westmoreland Parrish, Jamaica. The setting is serene: the town of Bluefield, founded in 1519, is a farming and fishing village where telephone service only arrived in the mid-1990's. There, six villas command their own swath of sand, and each house has a private pool and gazebo. Eclectic antique furnishings include mammoth four-poster beds and colonial-period touches, such as the embroidered napkins that accompany a full silver service at dinner, when the private chef whips up jerk chicken and stuffed lobster with all-local ingredients.
What's on the menu for the hotel's youngest guests? Grilled cheese, served with French fries made from Jamaican-grown potatoes.
For the ultimate arrival, the hotel concierge will arrange for the Montego Bay helicopter to transport you from Montego Bay Airport to Bluefields in less than 15 minutes.
Arrive at Sangster International Airport (MBJ) which is approximately 34 miles away from the villas. Anticipate about 60 minutes of travel time. Or opt for the helicopter transfer offered by the hotel (surcharge).Bluefields Bay, Bluefields, Westmoreland Parrish, Jamaica
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Direct Beach Access
- Spa Services
- Nanny Services
- Kid-friendly Excursions
- Private Tennis Courts
- Seaside Patios
- Personalized Staff
- Private Villas
- Private Pools
- Wireless Internet Access
- Ceiling Fans
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Custom-tailored Meals
- Private Headman
7-night minimum stay required
- Rates are for two people sharing a private villa
- All-inclusive: Includes all meals and beverages
- Round-trip airport transfers
- Full private villa staff
Why We Love Bluefields
Reggae moves to a slower rhythm along Jamaica's South Coast, where Bluefields, once a Spanish settlement, feels suspended in time. Ivory sand and blue-green water are quintessentially Caribbean, and the local village is a quiet change of pace.
West End Road, Negril.
Dinners for two $36.
Where to Drink: Floyd's Pelican Bar—a stilted driftwood dive a half-mile from shore—is reached by boat from Treasure Beach and Black River. It's the ideal spot to grab a Red Stripe, catch some sun, and mingle with ex-pats and travelers.
Drinks for two $15.
Best Day Trip: Head 30 miles northwest from Bluefields Bay to Mayfield Falls and Mineral Springs, a working farm and eco-tourist landmark. A brief tour ends at the falls, where you'll explore underwater tunnels, rockslides, and crystal-clear water.
Why Go Now
November 11, 2012
This Montego Bay triathlon features a 1,500-meter ocean swim.
Montego Bay, Jamaica.
November 14-18, 2012
7th Annual Jamaica Invitational Pro-Am
The pro-am, also called "Annie's Revenge," takes place on 54 holes on Montego Bay's Cinnamon Hill and White Witch courses.
Montego Bay, Jamaica.
December 1, 2012
12th Annual Reggae Marathon
Reggae music pumps up participants during Jamaica's premier international marathon music event in Negril.