Riu Ocho Rios is the newest all-inclusive resort in Jamaica. If you are a traveler enjoying modern facilities, fresh architecture and landscapes, then it is a great choice for all-inclusive vacation packages in Jamaica. Riu Ocho Rios is an amazing hotel with 846 rooms and a large number of accommodations. Guests can enjoy the activities of Xixi during the holidays.
Jamaica All Inclusive Resorts
Riu Ocho Rios is located on a beautiful strip of Jamaican beaches. The area is famous for its beautiful rainforests and waterfalls. There are white sand beaches along the hotel and the ocean, and lush Jamaican greenery creates a paradise-like scenery of the resort. The 371 suites of Riu Ocho Rios are marked as “exclusive luxury rooms” and provide hydromassage baths or jacuzzis in the rooms.
Riu Hotels describes Ocho Rios as an ideal choice for weddings or honeymoons, thanks to its spacious meeting facilities, exquisite dining venues and magnificent sea views.
Things to Do in Riu Ocho Rios
For those who love nature or vacationers who just want to enjoy some tropical scenery while relaxing, Riu Ocho Rios offers several amazing natural attractions within 5 miles of the resort.
Chuka Bay: This beautiful farm and stable provides horseback riding suitable for beginners and professional riders. They also provide some extraordinary mountain bikes, traversing the beautiful Jamaican hills, to the white sand and sea.
Cranbrook Flower Forest: This is a very beautiful park, very suitable for picnics or hiking on the Laclands River, it rises to a beautiful waterfall point.
Dolphin Bay: This natural dolphin bay allows vacationers to swim with dolphins and other aquatic life, while exotic birds and lizards roam in the rainforest surrounding the water.
Dunn’s river and waterfall: For tourists, this waterfall network can be climbed through guided tours. Get ready to get wet!
Water sports in Riu Ocho Rios
There are plenty of cold water activities on or near the hotel grounds. Some popular scuba diving includes Wreck diving in Katryn, 50-foot diving to a sunken 150-foot minesweeper and Jack’s drag, 40-foot diving and a large number of coral reefs. There are also many fishing and sailing options around the resort.
Nightlife in Riu Ocho Rios
Most late night clubs are held in actual resorts, but the cool area of James Street is also known as the Reggae Strip. The zone offers many cool eclectic restaurants and clubs, including the popular nightclub “Jamaic’n Me Crazy”.
Dining at Riu Ocho Rios
There are a total of 13 bars and restaurants in the resort, which can meet the all-weather needs of travelers. From Rastafarian’s pool bar to Sir Richard’s à la carte gourmet restaurant, everything prepares delicacies and world cuisine for travelers. There are many high-end dining options, but the sports bar, Reggae pool bar and outdoor beach restaurant also provide guests with a casual dining atmosphere.