Food, fun and frolic await you at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. With water slides, aqua trampolines and fun concoctions, there’s always something to do at the Hip Strip’s most popular hangout.
Jamaican, Haitian and Cuban art are all part of the varied collection of the Gallery of West Indian Art. For over 50 years, this gallery has been Montego Bay’s place to find original works by Haitian and Jamaican Masters, like Seymour Etienne Bottex and Carl Abrahams, as well as a growing number of Cuban artists, such as internationally acclaimed painter and ceramist Orestes Gaulhiac. Giclee prints are also available.
Montego Bay’s only martini and jazz lounge adds a sophisticated dimension to the city’s nightlife. Along with music to keep jazz lovers happy, Blue Beat serves up Asian-Caribbean fusion cuisine and the best martinis in town. Sit under the stars by the sea in the outdoor patio lounge and enjoy delicious cocktails and novel dishes. Weekly activities include live jazz and themed nights that feature Latin music and techno.
Doctor’s Cave Beach is one of Jamaica’s best-loved beaches. The pristine white sand and azure waters fed by mineral springs have the kind of therapeutic effect that make this spot addictive. This kind of escape is just what the doctor ordered!