Disabled & Handicapped Accessible Hotels In Jamaica
By C. Holness
If you or a loved one with whom you will be travelling is in a wheelchair or has otherwise limited mobility, it's important to know which hotels and resorts will be able to accommodate these special needs when you are planning your ultimate vacation to the island paradise of Jamaica.
It's very helpful when you are booking your stay to be aware of the island's many hotels which are fully accessible to their guests in wheelchairs and offer facilities which are easy to move about with plenty of ramps, wheelchair-friendly rooms, and even swimming pools and other recreational activities which have been modified for everyone's enjoyment.
The following are some of the finest accommodations on the island in the most popular tourist destinations, all of which promise a wonderful, relaxing stay to guests who require full, wheelchair accessibility.
As the island's second-largest city Montego
Bay has much to offer visitors.
It is home to Margaritaville, the “Hip Strip”, Martha Brae river-rafting, many glorious beaches, craft markets, fascinating historical places of interest such as the home of the “White Witch”, and the famous Sumfest music festival held every summer.
Hotels and resorts in Montego bay with disability and accessibility facilities include:
Read More on the city of Montego Bay here.
Source: Photo from Mitch - EnjoyingTheRide.com
Located on Jamaica's picturesque northern shores, Ocho Rios, a popular port-of-call for many cruise ships, awaits its visitors.
This charming town features plenty of opportunities to purchase some great traditional crafts and souvenirs, delightful, white-sand beaches to swim and sunbathe on, and such wonderful attractions as Dunn's River Falls, swimming with the dolphins at Dolphin Cove, the Bob Marley Mausoleum, and the exhilarating rainforest bobsled ride at Mystic Mountain.
Hotels and resorts with accessibility in Ocho Rios include:
Read More about the charming town of Ocho Rios here.
Negril is an inviting, beach side resort
town on the island's west coast.
An ideal place to kick back and relax, it is known for its famous “7-Mile Beach” lined with shady palms, excellent scuba diving and snorkelling sites, and exciting nightlife.
Check out the brave cliff divers at Rick's Cafe, visit the historical Negril Lighthouse, or simply take in a breathtaking sunset.
Hotels and resorts with accessibility include:
So you see, we have more than enough options here for you or your family member (s)!
For detailed information about any of these hotels or resorts, please be sure to make contact with them and confirm your requirements prior to making your reservations.
See Also: All Inclusive Resorts In Jamaica
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