216 Parkington Plaza Kingston 10 JamaicaGet directions
It only gets better with time and Rex Printing continues to prove this theory, defying all odds using the test of time to improve and expand our line of products through advan
cements in printing and stationery manufacturing. Formally J.S.M Press, Rex has been in operation for 48 years, currently producing over forty products increasing from two since its inception in 1965. Managing Director Cliff Hylton fulfilled his vision in the same year by publishing a “Learner- Drivers Guide”- known as The Jamaican Driver’s Guide. The book holds relevant information about road safety and road code ethics, 1966 marked the birth of its counterpart, the Automobile Mechanical Questions and Answers that serves applicants requiring a general driver’s license. It is being revised following technological advancements in the motor vehicle industry, now called “Automotive Technology Questions and Answers” these books are the only of their kind produced in Jamaica by a Jamaican.
Since the company expa nded into commercial printing and stationery manufacturing, our customer base broadened significantly. Not with standing the many challenges, Rex Printing has managed to give customers the option of personalising their products. The company has transitioned now offering graphic designing and printing of flyers, brochures, business cards, envelopes, letterheads, invoice books and a wide array of other stationery products. Compared to other stationery producers, Rex has stood out continuing to offer customers quality and affordability. With over a thousand customers including individuals and organisations the services offered improves from time to time building the company’s efficiency.
Products of Rex Printing are available at bookstores and pharmacies Islandwide. Read more......Read less
LASCO Financial Services Limited (LFSL) was incorporated in 2004 as a cambio and remittance service provider, licensed by the Bank of Jamaica. LFSL operates four cambio branch
es in the vicinity of Red Hills Road (main branch), Papine, Duhaney Park and Ocho Rios respectively. Our main branch conducts corporate trades (drafts, wires, large transactions) in addition to retail currency trades. We also provide convenience and speedy transactions for our customers via our drive through Cambio service (the first and only in Jamaica). As a complement to our business, we facilitate small personal loans to our customers and staff members in the form of Pay Day Loans, Motor Vehicle Loans, Education Loans and Insurance Premium Financing.
In terms of remittance, we are a provider of MoneyGram services in Jamaica. We conduct this business primarily through our four (4) LASCO Cambio branches, and our network of agents island wide in Jamaica., Funds can be sent through a MoneyGram agent from anywhere in the world, and picked up within 10 minutes, at any of our 150 sub-agents island wide. Read more......Read less
Coral Cay Resort Villas is a spectacular Jamaican getaway just ten minutes from the resort town of Ocho Rios. Coral Cay Resort Villas provides service for Weddings & Honeymoon s for Couples, Anniversary Parties & Family Reunions Cocktail Parties, Salon Services Including Manicure & Pedicures, Water Sports – Water & Jet Skiing, Parasailing, Windsurfing, Kayaking, Scuba Diving, River-Rafting, Deep- Sea Fishing Charters, Plantation Tours, Climbing Dunn’s River Falls, Iris Beach, Golf, Tennis and Horse Back Riding. Read more......Read less
RUBiS Energy Jamaica Limited (RUBiS), led by Managing Director, Alain Carreau with head offices at 236 Windward Road, Kingston, manages a network of over 50 service stations a
cross Jamaica, serving retail, commercial and industrial customers alike.
RUBiS is an international company specialising in the distribution and marketing of petroleum and chemical products. RUBiS operates in 17 territories across the Caribbean, with Jamaica being the largest single entity and has the largest privately owned fuel storage facility.
Following the acquisition of The Antilles Group retail assets in 2013, RUBiS has made significant investment in refurbishing our network of service stations by embarking on a major rebranding exercise to establish the RUBiS brand in Jamaica. The new look RUBiS stations are fresh, modern and appealing. This includes new canopy design, LED forecourt lighting, digital price boards, RUBiS branded fuel dispensers, free air pumps, and new uniforms for staff.
RUBiS' investment goes beyond the upgrading of our physical assets, investment in our people is critical to our success here in Jamaica. We have focused on training and developing the service station employees to offer great, consistent customer service and have deployed an extensive RUBiS Training program to help achieve this aim.
The company is dedicated to building and developing our brand throughout the Caribbean and within Jamaica. The RUBiS group is committed to building a strong partnership with our dealers, staff, our customers and the wider communities. With a particular interest in schools, RUBiS will continue to invest in and support community projects. RUBiS is a committed supporter of Jamaica's development.
RUBiS is pleased to introduce to Jamaica our advanced fuel technology – Ultra Tec. Ultra Tec's fuel formulation uses a new generation of high performance boosters designed to clean the engine's valves and combustion by removing deposits and reduce exhaust emissions. This leads to optimum engine performance, superior fuel economy, and savings for RUBiS customers, making Ultra Tec the ultimate in fuel economy and performance.
Ultra Tec is available across all fuel types, Ultra Tec 90, Premium Unleaded Gasoline, Ultra Tec 87, Unleaded Gasoline, Ultra Tec Diesel and Ultra Tec USLD (Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel). Read more......Read less
THE WORLD famous Milk River Hotel and Spa in South West Clarendon is best known for its wondrous healing properties by the millions of people who travel across the world to vi
sit the facility yearly.
The now 221-year-old property is said to be the number-one mineral bath in the world, leading First World countries such as France, England, and Switzerland.
The 6 public baths are located in small private rooms off a seating area. The rooms are smartly tiled. Each can hold several people but the area for changing is really only suitable for one person at a time. The tepid water flows swiftly through the bath. The standard time for soaking is 15 minutes.
The hotel above the baths has about 20 bedrooms mostly ensuite. There is a cocktail bar and a restaurant. Food seems to be available specially cooked out of regular mealtimes.
Nearby is a swimming pool fed by the mineral waters.
Milk River is 36 miles from Mandeville. Take the highway south from Williamsfield down Melrose Hill via Porus past stalls replete with luscious citrus and other fruit to TOLLGATE and turn R Flat canefields and pastures border seven miles of road to REST crossroads where you turn R to Milk River Spa another 3.5 miles away.
MILK RIVER SPA AND HOTEL belong to the government and is operated by the Ministry of Tourism. The hotel, built against a limestone cliff and upstairs of the mineral baths, overlooks the Milk River. Manager Desmond Edwards heads a friendly staff, including a trained masseuse. Accommodation is not plush, but clean and comfortable. The food is good, with plenty of fish from nearby FARQUHARS BEACH.
Downstairs there are nine tiled baths with a continuous flow of lukewarm mineral water. The analysis of the mineral spring shows it as more radioactive than leading European spas, (fifty-four times as active as Baden in Switzerland and three times as active as Karlsbad, Austria). The waters are reputed to cure numerous ailments including r heumatism, gout, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, nerve conditions and liver disorders. The recommended treatment is 3 baths per day, each lasting no longer than 20 minutes. There are two springs, the water of the second can be taken internally for digestive complaints. The baths are open 24 hours a day to hotel guests and 7am to 9pm to the public. There is also a public mineral water swimming pool open at weekends.
Milk River is popular with Jamaicans. The atmosphere is very homey. You are likely to meet hotel guests wandering around in their dressing gowns on their way to or from the baths or sipping early morning coffee on the screened verandah. Locals drop by for a bath or a meal. At weekends there is usually a crowd.
The spa was discovered in the eighteenth century by a slave belonging to Jonathan Ludford. The slave, who had been punished and severely beaten escaped from Ludfords estate and hid in the nearby hills where he discovered a salty spring, drank the water and bathed his battered body before returning in fine shape to the slave village. Ludford, amazed at the mans recovery promised never to punish him again if he would show him the miraculous spring. He then fenced the place, put the slave there as a watchman and eventually willed the property to the government. The first baths were constructed and opened to the public in 1794.
Milk River is a comfortable base from which to explore the south coast of Clarendon or St Elizabeth. FARQUHARS, a small fishing beach, is one mile from the hotel via a primitive road. Fishing trips can be arranged by negotiation with the boatmen short trips to ALLIGATOR HOLE or deep sea expeditions to BOON ROCK. You will have to provide your own tackle. The Milk River itself is said to harbour crocodiles and although they are reclusive and shy animals, do not push your luck by swimming here. Read more......Read less
Since 1950, Jamaica Inn has consistently been ranked as one of the top resort hotels and vacation destinations in the Caribbean. Jamaica Inn is a small, elegantly timeless res
ort located in beautiful Ocho Rios, Jamaica. There are sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea from all of Jamaica Inn’s 52 suites. This eight-acre property boasts a 700-foot premier private beach, which is often considered to be the one of the best beaches in the Caribbean. Soak up the beauty of its lush gardens, full of brilliant tropical flowers, jacaranda trees, bougainvillea and palms, with a carefully groomed croquet pitch and a refreshing pool.
For the more energetic, take to the sea and choose from a variety of water sports …enjoy a game of tennis on nearby courts…or play a round of golf on a beautiful 18-hole golf course only minutes away.
Jamaica Inn’s crowning glory is its accommodations, where louvered shutters allow the fresh sea breezes to filter through. All suites are equipped with air-c onditioning and ceiling fans and complimentary wireless internet. Each spacious, elegantly decorated suite has a large, Private Balcony or Verandah overlooking the water and the scenic gardens.
All balconies and verandahs come complete with a full sized sofa, wing chair, breakfast table, writing desk and coffee table. There are no TVs, radios or clocks to take away from the tranquility, beauty & peace of mind.
Sunsets are so stunning that people just can't help but to marvel at them.
Be it on the dinner terrace or in your suite, have a flavorful 5-course gourmet dinner with fresh local ingredients served overlooking the Caribbean Sea. It is a dining experience you won’t soon forget.
For those seeking to relax and rejuvenate, take the time to pamper yourself at the breathtaking Ocean Spa. Located on the cliff's edge, the Ocean Spa emphasizes spirituality from the earth through the body & mind. Treatments are in thatch-roofed huts that are overlooking the Cari bbean Sea and surrounded by tropical gardens. Each treatment, from a variety of massages, to reflexology, to a unique water treatment is designed to soothe and nurture the body, mind and spirit. Escape to this idyllic, tranquil paradise.
The always smiling staff that genuinely wishes to please gives Jamaica Inn an ideal get-away-from-it all atmosphere. They are waiting to welcome you to their romantic Gem of the Caribbean.
Our conference room is a savvy space perfect for intimate gatherings of family and friends as well as formal meetings and special events. The conference room is outfitted with Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV for presentations, along with a screen and projector, small notepads with pens coupled with a beautiful mahogany table. The 27 foot long by 13 foot wide venue includes private restrooms, air conditioning and can be arranged to suit your needs. In addition to a free-flowing, standup reception or cocktail party set up, layouts also i nclude:
• Classroom-style – 24 attendees
• Boardroom-style – 20 attendees
• U-shaped – 15 attendees
• Theatre-style – 42 attendees
• Banquet-style – 30 attendees
OTHER AMENITIES APPLICABLE TO GUESTS STAYING ON PROPERTY
A Planter ’s Punch served on the Beach Daily.
Internet access in all rooms and also public areas
Access to the Exercise Room which includes a Stair Climber
Exercise Bike, Treadmill and Free Weights.
Equipment for Snorkeling, Sunfish Sailing, Paddle Boarding and Kayaking.
Nightly Turndown Service.
The assistance of the Front Desk in arranging any Tours or Excursions desired.
Tea Time served daily between 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
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Located on world-famous Seven Mile Beach, Idle Awhile’s The Beach is a boutique retreat of just eight rooms and eight suites. Guests can stroll in either direction and find
cafes, bars and nightlife. The hotel has a beach-chic ambiance with gracious staff and comfortable accommodations. For action a little further afield, we can arrange for a taxi to the town of Negril (eight minutes) or to the West End Cliffs (fifteen minutes), where you can find a variety of restaurants, bars and shopping. Negril is one hour's drive from Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay.
Meals are served alfresco at Chill Awhile, our beach restaurant. Delight in international cuisine with tantalizing Caribbean flavors. Jamaica's renowned herbs and spices-fiery Scotch bonnet pepper, pimento, nutmeg, ginger, tamarind and sweet coconut-are added to dishes made with fresh seasonal produce and local seafood. For guests in the one-bedroom suites, a private chef can be arranged. Read more......Read less
10Shop 7 La Plaza, Coral Gardens, Montego Bay, St James, JamaicaGet directions
Point Guard Security Co Ltd provides services such as bailiff services, alarm systems, security guards, bodyguard service, roadside assistance, armed escorts and couriers, arm ed rapid response, armed mobile patrol, canine handlers, camera systems, risk management and recovery, investigative services and vehicle tracking. Read more......Read less
Rick's Cafe was the first public bar and restaurant of its type on the West End Cliffs, offering an alternative to Negril's majestic Seven Mile Beach. Rick’s can accommodate groups anywhere from 3 to 300. Weddings, corporate retreats and reunions, Rick’s does it all. Read more......Read less
The Coral Seas Beach Resort is located on Jamaica's world famous, white sand 7 mile beach. Enjoy local shopping and exciting night life compared to no other Caribbean destinat
ion, all within walking distance to downtown Negril.
Let us make one of our 32 rooms your choice for that special vacation, weekend getaway or home away from home. Our resort features authentic Jamaican cuisine, Italian specialities and American favourites. Enjoy your meal while sipping your favourite tropical cocktail and watching Negril's famous sunset.
The Coral Seas Beach Resort tends to create a friendly, warm and clean environment Reasonable Rates. Studios have the amenities above plus a kitchenette with stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker and blender.
One Bedroom Suite
Airy One Bedroom Apartments accommodate up to four people. A king bed in bedroom, double bed and two chairs in living room and kitchenette with microwave, fridge and coffee maker make i t ideal for a family or friends. Stove available on request. Some suites also have a couch in the living room.
One Bedroom Beach View Suites.
Sunset at the Beach has one upper and lower one bedroom beach view suites featuring direct ocean views.
The Coral Seas Beach Resort property has Extensive Beachfront with a nice mix of sun and shade
Beach towels provided
Large French doors open to patio and beachfront
Lovely Restaurant faces the sea
Thatched roof shelters provide shade on the beach
Volleyball and Table tennis
and Water sports available nearby (extra charge). We also organize all Tours
Land and Water Sports can be arranged
and also Wedding Packages are available. Read more......Read less
Rhodes Resort Jamaica has 27 All Inclusive and Room Only, Suites, Villas and Family Cottages, and is located at Rhodes Hall Plantation, a magnificent, 500-acre historic Jamaic
an property just 8 miles east of Negril. It directly faces the Caribbean Sea and includes its own reef-shielded bay and mile of coastline with private beaches. The bay's coral reef is one of the healthiest in Jamaica and perfect for snorkeling or scuba diving. Mangrove swamps, a crocodile habitat, a bird sanctuary, a haven for Indian Blue peacocks, abundant indigenous plants, and acres of unspoiled tropical forest allows the traveler to truly experience the beautiful island of Jamaica.
Things to do
Ride one of our famous horses along our natural untouched coastline right into the blue waters of the Caribbean for a cool dip. Snorkel our one mile of healthy coral reef along the shallows, or ride out further to Snorkel, Scuba Dive or Fish beyond the reef in our Glass Bottom Boat. Visit our Crocodile & M angrove Reserve, or take our New Arawak Cave Tour into the quaint town of Cousin's Cove and home to over 20 thousand indigenous bats. See where the original inhabitants of Jamaica lived over 500 years ago. Explore an authentic, mile-long Arawak Cave. Read more......Read less
Scotches are the preferred Jerk restaurant of Jamaica. We have location in St. Ann, Mobay and Kingston. Our delcetables include Jerk Chicken, Jerk Pork, Sweet Corn, Sweet Pota
to, Festival and Bammy.
We cater to International Events, Weddings, Parties, Baby Showers and any other special events. Read more......Read less
The Great Huts Resort is an African-themed, eco-friendly resort that has cliffs, a beach, a meadow and a jungle in which birds sing and chirp with glee. Situated among the tre es in a sort of semi-tropical rainforest setting is a number of huts designed, s Read more......Read less