Best hotels and hostels in Treasure Beach

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    Marblue Villa Suites

    This well-run, welcoming villa pampers its guests with thoughtful service and considerable, streamlined luxury. Five one-bedroom villa suites are decked out with furniture designed by the owners, Axel (architect) and Andrea Wichterich. Each veranda suite features living areas that open to spectacular views of the sea. Weekly rates only, and excellent onsite dining.

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    Jake’s Hotel

    If you haven’t been to Jake’s, you haven’t really been to Treasure Beach. This romance-drenched boutique hotel is the nexus of pretty much everything in the area – cooking courses, yoga classes and mosaic workshops all happen here. Individually crafted rooms and secluded seafront villas with private sundecks and open to the sea breeze are big on style and atmosphere.

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    77 West

    Run by knowledgeable local Annabelle and her partner, this delightful boutique hotel comprises five breezy cottages, all with excellent beds and sea views. The terrace with pool overlooks the waves, as does the breezy restaurant that serves the likes of stuffed crab backs and curried fish. The owners can arrange excellent walking tours of Treasure Beach and Pelican Bar outings.

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    Shi Shed! Africa Village

    Decorated with original artwork by owner/artist/musician/writer/diva Sharon Martini, these three rooms were all individually designed and executed by the indomitable woman herself. Fan-cooled and rustic, with curved adobe walls, they are among the most memorable digs in Treasure Beach, and you may find yourself lingering longer than anticipated. Two-night minimum.

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    Lashings Boutique Hotel

    With a killer view of the coastline from its lofty location, Lashings comprises a clutch of sleek, contemporary rooms with hanging lanterns and quirky posters. Whether you're soaking in the view from the infinity pool or mixing it up with British politicians at the bar, it's hard not to appreciate the wallet-friendly luxury.

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    Kouros Villa

    A slice of Santorini in Jamaica, Kouros consists of a whitewashed, Greek Island–style great house clustered over a cliff with roof terrace, sundeck, enclosed courtyard and infinity pool. The interior is as simple and breezy – yet luxurious – as the digs you’d expect in the most romantic Aegean village. Located about halfway between Frenchman’s Beach and Billy’s Bay.

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    Katamah Beachfront Resort

    There's something for everyone at this adorable beachside place – from the three sensual, Moroccan-style rooms and the Berry Suite in the main house to the two breezy little cabins with hammocks under the trees. There are even three large glamping tents and thatched beachside gazebos for chilling. Owner Ricky can hook you up with a reliable local boat captain.

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    Minerva

    Just west of Billy's Bay, Minerva feels very much like a trendy Manhattan or Melbourne mansion with its cool white walls adorned with contemporary art, polished-stone floors, monochromatic color scheme and furniture plucked from the drawing board of a painfully hip Scandinavian designer. The pool is lovely for lounging, as is the buttery-golden private beach.

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    Welcoming Vibes

    The open-air terrace of this rambling house on the hill drinks in the full expanse of Frenchman's Bay and amazing sunsets, while the common area fills with the aromatic smoke of di 'erb. The four spacious, en-suite, bug-netted rooms are airy and cool, and friendly owner Paul is happy to shoot the breeze. Cleanliness and maintenance could improve, though.

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    Kudeyha Guesthouse

    Run by a bona fide Rasta, Kudeyha sits in a lush garden within splashing distance of the waves and carries a Rastafarian theme in its three drop-dead gorgeous suites. One has a kitchenette; all have coffee machines. I-tal meals can be arranged with home-grown ingredients, and Iyaras also makes terrific ganja wine and plays reggae records in his DJ shack.

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    Nuestra Casa

    Sitting amidst well-tended grounds, this revamped, airy villa is tastefully decorated with colorful local art, and can sleep up to 10 guests. There's also a romantic, self-contained nook for two, plus a thatched rooftop terrace for sunset watching. Price includes excellent home-cooked meals and there's a pool in the planning. Three-night minimum.

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    Ital Rest

    In the right setting, a lack of electricity rockets a property right into the super-romantic category. Two exquisite all-wood thatched cabins (each with two bedrooms and own kitchen) is the deal here. Hang with the owners as the sun sets, then retire to a candlelit room with a loved one. One of the cottages has a great sundeck upstairs.

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    Irie Rest Guesthouse

    An excellent budget choice, Irie consists of spacious rooms with tile floors outfitted in Rasta chic, arranged around open courtyards and lush gardens. The entire house can be rented out – a great deal if you’re in a big group. Did we mention it’s a five-minute walk to the beach? Find it around the corner from Strikie-T.

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    Viking’s Rasta Retreat

    Viking’s is as rustic as it gets, with three slightly tatty rooms, two with kitchenettes and private bathrooms, located on a gravel track near Great Bay. The place has a lot of I-tal character; it’s run by serious, religiously observant Rastafarians. As such, staying here can be an excellent means of learning about the deeper layers of Rasta belief.

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    Waikiki Guest House

    Location, location, location: this solid budget option abuts Frenchman’s Beach. Eight simple rooms, scattered across two cottages and a house have a minimum of features (no fridges). The 2nd-floor double (with extra single bed) in Waikiki’s odd concrete tower is awesome; you can step out onto a little veranda and watch the sun set into the ocean.

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    Treasure Beach Hotel

    This rambling property, dotted with palms and nestled on a hillside overlooking the beach, has a good variety of midrange-quality rooms, including spacious, deluxe oceanfront suites that have king-size four-poster beds and breezy patios. The front desk can hook you up with a good range of tours and activities across the region.

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    Shakespeare Cottage

    This simple budget option near the heart of Treasure Beach has five rooms with fans and bathrooms with cold water only. The communal kitchen is a boon for backpackers. The building itself doesn’t have much character, but beach proximity and low prices are massive pluses.

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    BeBe's Place

    Just up from Fisherman's Beach, these three breezy, colorful cottages add up to five rooms in total, some with queen-sized beds, some with twins. One of the cottages comes with its own kitchen and roof terrace. Great central location. Rent the whole place or just a room.