Jamaica Nightlife

  • Nightlife
    by sinjabc
  • Nightlife
    by sinjabc
  • Nightlife
    by sinjabc

Jamaica Nightlife

  • Hotel's animation

    It was admirable, the enthusiasm of the animation's team in Palladium Hotel. I know it was just opening and that enthusiasm will, probably fade, but a small group of young people "dragged" life and fun to all corners of the hotel, sliding from show stage to disco across all the hotel's bars. Great! I think that Fernanda only stopped dancing ten...

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  • Local Night Life Hot Spot!

    It was around 11 PM when we arrived at this place and the party was already bumping. This was a good place for our large group to go to. A huge bar was stationed in the center of this place. A cover charge of about $10 U.S. dollars was charged as we entered. There was DJ music being played and we had no problems here. Everybody had a fun time...

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  • Hotel's animation

    Following the Spanish example, that we can see is dominating the hotel, the animation tries hard to keep the guest in the move. Most events take place in a separated place, surrounded by the shopping area. This seeming a good idea, led some tranquility to the hotel and bathing areas. Nights were calm, maybe too much!

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  • University of the West Indies Singers

    This is a group of quality voices, graduate and undergraduate, who perform shows with both original and traditional Jamaican songs. The show we saw was at the campus theater and started at 8 o'clock and finished by 11. Tickets were 1500 Jamaican dollars and sold out. I am not sure that there were any tourists other than ourselves. Unless you know...

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  • Island Black Pearl Nightclub, One of the...

    I went to Island Black Pearl Nightclub in Montego Bay while I was visiting some relative in Jamaica. A friend of mine heard about that club who recently opened at Ironshore: Island Black Pearl. I have to say that I really had a great time. The music was awesome and their martinis are phenomenal. To my surprise, they have a huge shark tank inside...

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  • Resort Nights

    We stayed in at night during this trip, we went to the local bars at the resorts, some had music and others were like people watching after a few drinks, you are going to meet interesting people here, from the guests to the bartenders. There is a nightly trip to Margaritaville, but we missed it each time. Causal

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  • "Nightspots, Beach Parties,...

    Ok ill start with the first place we went..."Just Cheers"- this is supposed to be a night club, but it has more of the feel of an outdoor Barbeque! Loud music, lots of YOUNG local people, dancing, alcohol, Ganja, dancehall, reggae, hip-hop! It was cool, but go with people you can enjoy yourself with, not some local JANKY persons that end up pissin...

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  • Reggae lovers dream

    If you only take one night out of your AI hotel, make it Bourbon Beach. Chances are you'll hear about whos playing and when from the many announcements by boats cruising the hotel beaches. Whilst we were there both Yellowman and John Holt were playing. We went and say Mr Yellowman, and it was a fantastic performance, but a very late one. Loads of...

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  • ~ Reggae Beach Parties ~

    Every Tuesday at the Starfish Trelawny hotel in Falmouth where i stayed they had Beach parties. They start at around 7pm where you can enjoy a buffet meal on the beach with some beers and cocktails then at around 8pm they bring out the dj and everyone from the hotel and some locals join in for a fun night of partying and dancing on the beach.They...

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  • ~ Fantastic Night Out For The Clubbers ~

    This is the place to party when visiting Jamaica. All the Jamaicans recommend you go there at least once during your stay. Me & my Auntie Sue went 3 times... i really enjoyed it in there. The music was great, the people were friendly, and the drinks were a reasonable price. When you first walk in theres a lady who gives you a shot of something for...

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  • ~ Jamaican Street Parties ~

    Whilst in Jamaica i wanted to see the real Jamaica and how the locals like to really party at night.So one night some Jamaican friends i met took me & my Auntie out to a local street party. The party was rammed with loads of people, loads of booze and of course clouds of ganja smoke and lots of loud music and everyone was enjoying themselves.The...

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  • night spot

    This place is a combo of arcade, casino, disco, bar, restaurant.On Tuesdays they have a play called viva xiamaca. It is a fabulous production of the history of dance and music in Jamaica. I highly recommend this place. Casual chic to dressy

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  • Nighttime at the compound

    Funny, watching all the tourist get into the drinking all-inclusive resort fun... We noticed most people came to the hotel compound and never left. We sat in a few nights and listened to live carribean bands and acts. casual

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  • Reggetton

    Reggetton is the fashion dance of the moment, really a great experience with jamaican girls wonderful butt.

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  • Spring break if you want action

    It's all about the timing-their was not alot of people while were there-and not alot of action during the night-everyone told us it was because Spring break is the time to come for parties-but since we started partying around 10am we were not too inclined towards going out at night- hahahaha!

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  • Jimmy Buffett strikes again

    This is my favorite Margaritaville yet. When you are in another country, you want to visit places authentic to that country, but for whatever reason I walked over here for lunch and there goes my day. I was here for hours as they poured tasty rum down my throat. As cruise ships come in and out, girls would come in, you have some drinks, laugh and...

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  • This is my idea of nightlife

    From most places along the coast in Negril, you are treated to such a beautiful sight in the evening

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  • Shake it like a salt shaker...

    During the day it's a fun place to spend with your family...it provides food and drink and not to mention a 110ft waterslide which winds its way from the roof above into the Caribbean below and the two giant water trampolines anchored just offshore.At night, the Ville swings to the sounds of the in-house DJ and partygoers strut their stuff on...

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  • Watchful eyes of the police

    The police were friendly and unobtrusive. But on one very dark night when my husband and another man were coming back from town, they encountered a road block...police with machine guns. Rather alarming. There must have been political unrest or some other event taking place which we were unaware of. The men were allowed to pass, but told to go to...

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  • Awesome day or night!

    The largest Jamaican Margaritaville, Margaritaville Ocho Rios, debuted in February 2002. Located on the beach at the Island Village entertainment and shopping complex, it quickly became a hit, especially with local party people and cruise ship passengers, who dock at the pier just steps away. Jimmy helped celebrate the opening in fine style with...

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  • How about a giant water slide???

    40' Water Slide into Mo Bay, High price drinks, go with hotel group if possible for discount and safety. Dressed.

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  • Bars all over up and down the coast.

    Local Bar next door to Jack Tar Resort Anything goes here. Locals and tourists come here. Drinks outside of resorts are expensive.

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  • dancing, clubbing, tourists galore

    Big tourist trap! But okay music and lots of tourists. You'll be harrassed on your way in and out, but just ignore it. Good drinks, but expensive, you have to buy tokens first and then go to the bar for the drinks and pay with tokens. In the day they have a nice menu (expensive) and water sports and waterslide, you can use those for free. come as...

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  • clubbing, dancing,

    The Brewery is the place to go on Friday nights! Entry is 400 J , but it is worth it! Open air, lots of locals, great music (if you like hip hop and reggae) Drinks are expensive, but you can sneak in drinks bought from outside vendors, and go in and out and keep buying your drinks like that, just make sure the bouncer knows your leaving, so you...

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  • Soud Systems

    There are plenty of partys going on day and night and there are some superb sound systems with ear shatering music. The system in the picture was set up for a locals birthday and there were another set of speaker on the other side.

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  • Always something happening in Jamaica

    Dress Code: dress casual for bars and smart for restaurants. Location: Kingston at the Marketplace,there is always something going on here.This is a shopping centre and the atmosphere is good and it is good for famulies.In Montego,The Cave is the most popular disco place to be at.Pier 1 in Montego Bay is great too.In Negril,Risky Business...

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  • Evening Cruising

    You can go on an evening cruise on catamarans or go on a torch-lit boat ride along the river foe dinner and entertainment and there are plenty of bars to dance in if you wish.

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  • Nightlife in resort areas is...

    Nightlife in resort areas centres around reggae,limbo and fire-eating.You can eat out at the large towns and resorts or relax in a bar with a drink.Alot of bars have live music and tv's and great drinks offers.You can get two for one on certain nights.

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  • We asked around everywhere to...

    We asked around everywhere to find out where the best reggae was and all the locals said Roots Bamboo. Roots Bamboo is actually a hotel with cottages and camping. They set up a stage on the beach and the reggae starts sometime after dark. The audience is about a 50-50 split between locals and tourists and the music is good! Come as you are.

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  • Club Inferno and the...

    Club Inferno and the nightspots in Kingston are a lot of fun! I recommend talking to the locals, particularly the ones at your hotel or resort as well as what the other tourists have learned in order to choose the right club on the right night. I have had some wild nights dancing the night away in clubs with no hassle, yet on a different night at...

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  • Grande Lido had the usuall...

    Grande Lido had the usuall typical hotel entertainment like cabaretts and dancers at night. There is a disco. The Margarittaville was jumping at night. Its a fun pub with a good mix of music and drunken pub games thrown in. It is actually open all day and has sunloungers available for free. There is a bungee run and a massive trampoline out in the...

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  • I'm not big on nightlife but...

    I'm not big on nightlife but all of the major resorts have floor shows of some kind or other and they usually have a nightclub too. The crowd at Maugeritteville in Montego Bay is kind of young but it's a fun place - day or night.It's right on the ocean and they have a gigantic sea trampoline with a slide running from the roof. Lots of fun if a bit...

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  • We went to Amnesia, in Ocho...

    We went to Amnesia, in Ocho Rios, most nights because it was on the main strip but we discovered St. James Avenue on the last night. Full of good places to eat and drink until the early hours. The Little Pub is also a favourite with a lot of tourists but you won't find many locals in there - very overpriced. On Friday night, however, they do a deal...

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  • Jamaica me crazy is a good...

    Jamaica me crazy is a good night spot in Ocho Rios. It's part of the Jamaica Grande Hotel and night passes cost about $50. This gives you all you can drink and entry to the club.If you're in Negril, a night at Hedonism II is worth a go - but be prepared for nudity! The newly opened Hedonism III in Runaway Bay is just as good!

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  • There are bars all along the...

    There are bars all along the beach and a few up on the cliffs. Da Bus has Reggae bands playing some nights on a stage right on the beach. Interesting, but the night we went, the reggae was a bit to heavy for my tastes. Also, be prepared to be assaulted by dope peddlers. It is illegal in Jamaica, but you'd have never known it that night, 'Hey Mon,...

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  • Be very careful when you go...

    Be very careful when you go out at night. The tourist spots near the resorts are okay but the Jamaicain dance clubbs can be dangerous if you're a young woman.The dancing there is very erotic and the music is wonderful. If you're shy, this kind of dancing isn't for you. The men will swarm around any woman, so if you're with someone, stay clos to...

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  • Margarittaville. This bar is...

    Margarittaville. This bar is no more than a 12 minute walk from Jack Tar. Whats great is that Jack Tar has some affiliation with the bar that all guests of Jack Tar get into Margarittaville for free & on some nites there is a shuttle to & from the bar. There is food & great music. During the day you can slide down from the top of the bar into the...

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  • Have a cocktail!

    One of the aspects of the all inclusive resort is the ridiculous amount of liquer at your fingertips. The tropical drinks abound and if you're a beer lover, try the local brand- Red Stripe Resort casual

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  • Most of my evenings were spent...

    Most of my evenings were spent in Pablo's bar in Belmont ( Westmoreland, near the Peter Tosh memorial and right next to the sea ) There are some dances in the evenings at various locations, we went to one at a bar on the beach and had a great time, but generally everything is low key and laid back, friends get together and relax over a few cold...

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  • While i was in town, I found...

    While i was in town, I found this great bar and we hung out all night. Check out the next few pictures. Casual

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  • Ya Gots to go to Rick's Cafe...

    Ya Gots to go to Rick's Cafe near negril, MonRick has gotta Reggae music, cliff divers and sunsets that'll make ya peedabed, Mon! Did is Jamaica, Mon - Clothes is optional!

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  • donarumr's Nightlife Tip

    Dress code for nightlife is the same as for beach; shorts and t-shirts, bathing suits with sarongs. I rarely wear anything else. Pack LIGHT!!!! Don't bring a sweater and wear your sandals on the plane. If you plan to go horseback riding you'll need to bring jeans and sneakers.

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  • LEDGENS

    LEDGENS ON THE BEACH NEXT TO TAMBO TAVERN O.K. IF YOU INSIST...

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  • MARQUERITAVILLE

    MARQUERITAVILLE NO RULES THEY HAVE A BUS THAT TRAVELS UP AND DOWN THE COAST SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO DRIVE DRUNK. THE CHANCE OF GETTING DRUNK THERE IS PRITTY GOOD. NOT SO YOU'D NOTICE!!!

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  • In Negril, there's a party on...

    In Negril, there's a party on the beach every night when you can have a drink and dance to some reggae. You'll hear about them through word of mouth...or you can have Spaceman tell you what's going on.

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