Backed by thick rainforest and fronted by a pristine beach, the ClubHotel Riu Ocho Rios is every inch the tropical retreat.
The location is the big talking point at the ClubHotel Riu Ocho Rios. Not only is it set in tropical gardens, it’s pulled up against a sandy beach and the town centre is only a 10-minute drive away.
If you stay in the Deluxe Wing, you’ll bed down in suite-style rooms, and have exclusive use of a couple of gourmet restaurants.
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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The large lagoon shaped outdoor pool comes with a wraparound sun terrace dotted with palm trees to give you that bit of extra shade. There's a whirlpool bath, plus submerged sunbeds in the pool too. Sunloungers align the pool along with parasols for those who want to relax.
Pamper yourself and choose from a range of massages and beauty treatments.
RiuLand Kids’ Club
There's a daytime entertainment programme for children aged 4 to 7 and 8 to 12 years. It's an ideal place for them to make new friends.
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double with limited sea view
These stylish double rooms with limited sea view come with cream décor and complementary soft furnishings.They can sleep up to three adults or two adults and two children up to 12 years. They come with one king-size or twin beds, centrally controlled air-conditioning, fan, Wi-Fi at a charge, clock radio and liquor dispenser.
These stylish double rooms with cream décor and complementary soft furnishings can sleep up to three adults or two adults and two children up to 12 years. They come with one king-size or twin beds, centrally controlled air-conditioning, fan, Wi-Fi at a charge, clock radio and liquor dispenser.
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I attended a Class Reuinon June 19-22, 2015. Our room had the most horrific odor, no telephone to call the front desk, floor damp (my friend slipped and fell) no remote control for the TV. Changed rooms, odor better however there was a phone with no connections, bulb missing from the lamp and then the AC broke, fridge was not stocked, free WiFi only on your section of the resort. And this was the DELUXE side of the resort. The food was terrible, there was not a lot of native food offered for expatriates and what they did have was HORRIBLE. BUT...the most disgusting thing...5 of my classmates and I were having drinks at the pool on the DELUXE side. Four of us left to go change into bathing suits and one was left at the bar. We had not even made it to the lobby when she came walking up, her face looked like someone just punched her in the gut. She was told she could not get in the pool and if she did, security would remove her...apparently she was not wearing the gold DELUXE wristband (she was wearing the orange one.. for the family side...she did not evne have a child). We complained and all we got was "Sorry" that is the rule. This was never explained to us...the embarrassment for my friend. Shame on RIU.If there is such a divide, guests should be made aware the minute they check in. Needless to say...I will NEVER, EVER visit or encourage anyone that I know to spend their money on a place that treats people in that manner. As for other RIU properties, I hope the service is better, but you could not pay me to find out. Karen White-EdwardsMore
First time traveling out of the states
We didn't know what to expect as this was the first time for us all to travel outside of the states. Everything was great! The hotel staff was friendly, drinks were good, and the food was great. They greeted us as soon as we arrived with a drink and check in was quick. It's easiest if you eat at the earliest time you can at all of the restaurants. I have no complaints except there were guys selling souvenirs in the water and on the beach that were annoying, but I don't think they were allowed to be there. We will stay at a RIU resort again. On the other hand, while Jamaica was absolutely beautiful and the resort was awesome, the locals always seemed to expect a tip for every little thing and were kind of pushy about it.More
Amber N. Kelly R, Shippenville, Pennsylvania
This place was great . I didn't give 5stars because I walked too far from my room to everything . I will go back but I know to ask for something closer.. The staff was very friendly which made my family comfortable. The room were pretty clean .. I am not a pet lover so i didnt enjoy the pet cat hanging around the restaurants . other than that...RIU OCHO RIOS I will see you again next year!. More
Vacay in OCHI!
Stayed here in August 2007 and it was a great experience. The drive way into the hotel is breathtaking. It has a open air lobby and you're served Rum Punch upon arrival. Check in was quick and the room we had was superior but it was an ocean front with a balcony. I loved sitting there early in the morning watching the sun rise and also the rain clouds descend from the ocean into the mountains behind the hotel. Buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner and food was in abundance. Was always a themed night. They had specialized restaurants but you had to reserve meaning you had to call early in the a.m to get a spot. If not you basically didn't have a chance. I never reserved. The drinks were plentiful and tasteful. This is a family hotel so expect lots of children. There are two huge swimming poles, plenty of chaises and umbrellas and the beach is great. I will definitely stay at this hotel again.More
cocoaeve, Brooklyn, New York
Just not what I imagined....
Riu is just not what I imagined it I was not in love with it so much the specialty restaurants were not that good and the buffet was sub par...the adult side swimming pool closes at 6:30pm and one night at 4:30 ( someone pooped in the pool) but the environment is not that entertaining for adults under 50...the rooms were very clean as was the hotel but they have some work to do! Very boring and the food was just ok not what i paid for.More
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