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Reviewed 27 June 2014

My son and I arrived at Boston Bay without reservations for Great Huts. They had 2 nights available at one of their two tree houses that are awesome complete with views of this jewel of a bay. The grounds are beautiful and they have an equally unique restaurant/dining area; once in a while entertainment. The town of Boston Bay is small and laid back and is located near other cool places but getting there can be very expensive if you hire rather than opt for the public transportation which typically will take longer but is a trip in itself. if you are looking for feeling safe in small town Jamaica and have the curiosity to get out there and meet the people you will not be disappointed Sure they have goods to sell and if you can afford Great Huts you should be able to bargain for their wares/services which is a great way to meet the people, experience their goodwill vibes, contribute to their lives, and bring home cool stuff. The Jamaican experience rather than the purely tourist experience.

Room Tip: gotta check the available rooms. They are all unique; rustic in a very artsy fashion. I would go for one of the two tree houses which are something special and have a view of the bay. Comparatively, and from a price perspective; they are really worth it.
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with family
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Thank Michele S
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Reviewed 27 June 2014

It's a beautiful place ideally suited for persons who are not interested in the all-inclusive concept. The design and layout was done to convey the concept of being one with nature. Being there seemed to slow down time for me as the atmosphere was just relaxing - far from the rat race of the corporate world. The staff members are very friendly and know their jobs well. The viewa are AWESOME!!!

Enjoyed our room a lot and the bathroom facilities was a unique mix of modern conveniences and natural appearances.

All in all, this is a great place to spend time away from it all and I would certainly return.

Room Tip: Ask for the room closest to the shower...
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Mel L
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Reviewed 23 June 2014

This is a wonderful eco-resort with a number of tree house rooms on the edge of a cliff over looking Boston Bay. While the tree houses have ladders to go up & downstairs, there are also a number of huts that are totally ground level. They have a small pool at the edge of the cliff which is ideal for sunsets and moon lit nights. The sounds of waves on the rocks lulled us to sleep every night. There is an African theme to the hotel and many of the sculptures are made locally. On Saturday evenings, there is a cultural show that includes history of Jamaica and traditional dances that was a real highlight.

While maybe too rustic for some, we found Great Huts to offer a unique experience jungle living at its best. The staff was wonderful and very accommodating for any requests we had. The hotel is located about 20 minutes east of Port Antonio and is easily accessible by car, local taxi, or bus. Highly recommended to those looking for some adventure & a real Jamaican experience.

Room Tip: The tree house rooms along the cliffs have the best views and breezes from the ocean.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 21 June 2014

We first visited Great Huts in 2013, and we absolutely enjoyed our stay, we stayed in the not expensive Tabernacle Hut under $100 for 6 adults. We loved the ambiance (the fusion of Afro-Caribbean culture)Great Huts's staff from fist minute becoming the part of your family It was unique ecological and cultural vacation experience. Resort is committed to detail and embraces the local culture of Jamaica and her African roots. We where using and looking on authentically crafted art made by sculptors, woodcarvers. One wonderful sculptor Rastafarian R. Spenser has booth just outside of ocean gates. Now we looking on his painting and wood carved map of Jamaica and planning new trip to Boston Bay Great Huts and wonderful Boston Beach where we tried surfing.

Room Tip: Do not afraid to have no hot water shower. Water is never cold.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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Thank OlgaNewland
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Reviewed 17 June 2014

Believe the hype.
We visited Great Huts this past April and were blown away. The website, the pictures, the Google and Instagram searches led us to expect some pretty exciting things - but nothing compared to walking through that gate for the first time.
The atmosphere was incredible. Authentic. Nothing cheesy, falsified or "resort" about it, you feel as though you've been transported to a jungle paradise. The canopy of trees sheltering the entire grounds keeps you dry in the wet and cool in the heat.
We stayed in the Fig Tree House and also spent a couple days in the Bamboo Tree House. Fig Tree was stunning. The view overlooking Boston Bay, the furniture and amenities, the perfect breeze coming in from the open balcony area, all surrounded by big, gorgeous trees. I couldn't stop taking pictures of the same things over and over again because you never get tired of the views!
The staff were exceptional. From the moment we arrived to the moment we departed we felt absolutely taken care of. They know just how to provide the service and accessibility of a high-end resort experience, while enabling total freedom to the guests to enjoy their stay as they wish. They moved our bags from hut to hut for us, were wonderfully accommodating about dietary requests for meals, and always so friendly and approachable. Books, games, videos, tours, water shoes and snorkel gear is all there to use and because of the smaller nature of the place, always available.
We flew into Montego Bay, rented a car, and drove across the top of the island to get there. This is not for the faint of heart, however it meant we had wheels for the duration of our stay. The parking area is monitored by very friendly and professional 24 hour security - as are the grounds. Whenever we took day trips to Reach Falls or Kingston, we were able to bring a charged, pre-loaded cell phone with us courtesy of the Front Desk just in case. This was an exceptionally considerate touch.
DO go to Reach Falls and book with the gentleman via Great Huts. You will not regret it.
Eat everything you can from all the stations at the Boston Jerk Centre - they are eager to please, and the food is delicious. The fruit and veggie stands along the roads were fantastic too, and a great way to really enjoy the super beautiful produce the island has to offer. Bring a picnic of it all down to Boston Bay - the most beautiful beach we have ever seen in our lives.
Spend time exploring the grounds of Great Huts, and definitely attend the Saturday Night Cultural show - something I was originally not really interested in seeing turned out to be one of my fondest memories.
Blue Lagoon, Port Antonio, Frenchman's Cove, and countless other attractions are no more than 20 minutes away, check them out!
There is mosquito netting around every bed, and coils you can burn. Bring spray if you must, but don't stress too much about bugs and nature - in truth I hardly noticed any of them except for the adorable pair of neon green lizards who called our balconies home.
This place is exceptional, but it is unlike any North Americanized resort. You have to want it to get there and enjoy yourself, it's a gem for tho who are willing. Ask yourself if you really want to experience a country for what it has to offer, or if you just want to sit poolside all day and return to your air-conditioned room. There are fabulous options for the latter, but at Great Huts you'll find so much more.

Room Tip: Choosing a hut that is seaside is well worth it for the views and the breeze.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank natasha o
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