Strawberry Hill Hotel
New Castle Road, Irish Town, Kingston
In 1994, Blackwell’s Island Outpost hotel chain opened their first Caribbean hotel, Strawberry Hill, and was soon lauded with the Governor General’s Award for the Use of Wood in Architecture. Three years later, the exquisite environment of the resort garnered the Award of Merit as the best Resort/Villa/Hotel, followed by the Governor General’s Most Beautiful Design Award.
Strawberry Hill, where Lord Nelson strode and Bob Marley loved, continues to reinvent itself for each new generation. It's majestic natural setting, combined with the hotel’s superb architecture, artistic embellishments, lush gardens and attention to service, will never fail to soothe and stimulate their treasured guests.
Strawberry Hill, the 26–acre mountain–top retreat, is located in the heart of Jamaica’s Blue Mountains in Irish Town, 3,000 feet above the Caribbean Sea. Listed in The New York Times #1 bestselling book 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, Strawberry Hill features awe–inspiring views of the mountains in one direction and the vibrant city of Kingston in the other. The property features 19th Georgian-style cottages, world-class dining at The Restaurant, expansive botanical gardens and featuring the only hydrotherapy treatment room in Jamaica at the Spa.