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July 28, 2004
This resort is simply not for the pure at heart. I have visited this resort more than 10 times. Each stay is ever so different.
From journal Jamaica
by Sarah the Expat
London, United Kingdom
April 2, 2004
The food was spectacular, the staff incredibly friendly, and the guys who taught me to scuba dive were fantastic! If I had the cash, I'd be back in a second.
From journal A Hedonistic Trip to Jamaica
May 4, 2006
From journal Hedonism in Jamaica
February 13, 2001
Accommodations are clean and spacious, with a tropical flavour. All rooms are equipped with two (or more) person jacuzzis, mirrors on the ceilings in the bedroom and bathroom, irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, satellite TV’s including CNN and the Playboy Channel, two twin or one king sized bed, lounge areas with couches, a table, and a desk.
Recreation facilities include a giant waterslide that snakes through the disco, four outdoor hot tubs, three outdoor pools, a pool table in the pool, three swim-up bars, extensive water sports (motorized and non, all included in the price of accommodation), billiard and ping pong tables, a work-out room, tennis courts, a piano bar, a disco, a basketball court, and a satellite TV area. It''s everything for someone, and there''s something for everyone.
If you would like to venture offsite, there are shuttles to Chukka Cove Polo Club, where there are guided horseback rides, as well as mountain-to-sea bicycle and snorkeling adventures. There are also guided river rafting tours, and shuttles to Dunn''s River Falls, a spectacular waterfall with beautiful tropical foliage.
There are three restaurants (two mediocre; one great), two beachside grills, and six bars. All food and drink are included in the price of the stay.
But beware the sexually unadventurous: this is a swingers and nudist resort. If you are looking for simply a place in the sun, you will find it here: there is no pressure to participate in the sexually charged activities. But you can pay a bit less for the other resorts nearby.
From journal Storming the Tropics
December 5, 2004
From journal A week at Hedo III in Jamaica
July 4, 2001
The ground are beautifully landscaped. There rooms are in 4 story buildings clustered around the property. Views range from coutyard, au natural beach and garden view. There is a unique see thru waterslide that goes through the disco. The waterslide was busiest late at night, with au natural sliders) There are two beach areas, 3 pools, and a see thru Jacuzzi.
Rooms are large, all with Jacuzzi tubs with mirrored ceilings (above the tub and the bed) All rooms have coffee makers, irons, and ironing boards. Rooms are very brightly/tropically decorated. I was suprised with the resort being so new that the marble in the bathroom was already chipped and cracking.
There is an open air buffet restaurant, plus two a la carte restaurants, Italian and Japanese. The Italian restaurant was excellent and I highly reccommend the pizza appetizer.
There are numerous bars located throughout the property. There is also nightly entertainment, a piano bar, theme nights (toga, pj party) and a disco (opens at 11PM).
The days tended to be quiet and laid back and the evenings were a non stop party. This resort is definitly for the outgoing and adventurous.
From journal Montego Bay to Ocho Rios