"this was my 5th visit, my wife and I feel so comfortable there we dont want to go anywhere else.The staff, the restaurants, the activities, are as goo ... " More

By raydingle, from Baltimore, MD, USA on Wed 25 Jul 2012

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Hotel Description

A luxury stay in Ocho Rios awaits you at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive. Within a 5-minute stroll you'll find Coconut Grove Shopping Village and Mahogany Beach within a 20-minute walk. Highlights at this all-inclusive resort include 16 restaurants, 6 outdoor swimming pools, and a full-service spa.

You can enjoy plasma TVs with cable channels, and all 529 rooms feature free WiFi, iPod docks, and DVD players. Refrigerators and room service make in-room dining convenient. Coffee/tea makers, ceiling fans, and safes are also available.

A day of pampering at Red Lane Spa can include beachside massages, body wraps, and body scrubs along with aromatherapy and hydrotherapy. The restaurant, Bayside, serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Spend the day at the private beach where you'll find sun loungers, and enjoy the onsite golf course and fitness center. Other amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a free manager's reception, and a conference center. Each morning free buffet breakfast is offered between 7:30 AM and 10:30 AM. There's also free self parking, along with the convenience of a free airport shuttle.

Attractions within a 10-minute drive of this 5-star Ocho Rios resort include Dunn's River Falls and Dolphin Cove.

Riviera Bamboo Grove Premium (Couples Only)

Bed Count 1 King Bed Maximum Occupancy 2 Max

Riviera Bamboo Grove Luxury (Couples Only)

Bed Count 1 King Bed Maximum Occupancy 2 Max

Butler Village Poolside One Bedroom Villa Suite (Couples Only)

Bed Count 1 King Bed Maximum Occupancy 2 Max

Honeymoon Grande Luxe Poolside Villa Club Level Room (Couples Only)

Bed Count 1 King Bed Maximum Occupancy 2 Max

Great House Luxury (Couples Only)

Bed Count 1 King Bed Maximum Occupancy 2 Max

Great House Oceanview (Couples Only)

Bed Count 1 King Bed Maximum Occupancy 2 Max

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive ratings based on 55 Verified Reviews

Review Summary
3.9 out of 5 4.0 out of 5.0
Room cleanliness 4.0 out of 5.0
Service & staff 4.0 out of 5.0
Room comfort 4.0 out of 5.0
Hotel condition 0.0 out of 5.0
5 out of 5

my second home

Pros: Free breakfast, Close restaurants, Quiet
this was my 5th visit, my wife and I feel so comfortable there we dont want to go anywhere else.The staff, the restaurants, the activities, are as good as it gets for us. you just like it even more when you enter the property and everyone greets you with"welcome home". and the hospitality begins

Posted by , from Baltimore, MD, USA on Jul 25, 2012

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4 out of 5

Butler service was a big plus

We recently returned from spending a week at this resort. We had a butler level room, which we really enjoyed. In our opinion, there are two main perks to having a butler. One, they get you into whatever restaurant you want, whatever day and time you want. And since the majority of the restaurants at this resort are first come, first served, having a butler saves waiting in line. The second is having a cabana at the main pool. There are only about 7 or 8 cabanas and they are for butler level guests only. Your butler will go out every morning, set up the cabana, bring your drinks, snacks, etc throughout the day. And throughout our stay, our butlers did many other little things to make our stay more enjoyable. Our butlers were MARVIN and OREN - and I would specifically request them if/when I return to this resort. They were great! The resort is huge compared to other Sandals. But they have a shuttle bus running between the ocean side and the Manor side every couple of minutes. I don't think we ever waited more than 2 minutes. And most times, we didn't wait at all. They will run the shuttle with just 2 people, rather than make you wait. We stayed on the Manor side, and had a semi private pool that we shared with one other couple. The Manor side seemed a bit more quiet and relaxed. Our friends stayed on the ocean side and said it was a little loud a few nights. We have been to a lot of Sandals resort (over 85 nights at various resorts). This resort is not the most updated, and its a little bigger than what we like. But for the money, its a great deal. We would go back - after we try Sandals Negril!

Posted by , from Bellevue, WA on Mar 10, 2012

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1 out of 5


Cons: everything
I agree with the Horrible "Honeymoon- Would NOT Recommend to Anyone" review. I travel 3-4 times a year so if people rate this resort with more than a 2 they are first time travelers or don't travel to beach resorts. This place is a 1 star AT BEST! Dirty, run down, discusting. I have stayed at motel 6 which is much better. The resturants that claim fine dining are awfull. Very salty food to hide the tasteless stuff they call food. Room service? Forget it, they have less than 1/2 the things they offer on the menu. Dunns River is much better (3 star) but very over priced. Go to Hawaii, it costs the same or less including food and drink.

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011

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1 out of 5

Horrible Honeymoon- Would NOT Recommend to Anyone

Cons: everything
We went to the Sandals Riviera Grande for our honeymoon April 11-17, 2011, and it was a horrible experience from start to end. When we arrived at the Sandal’s resort, the bus stopped at the Manor side and most of the passengers got off. We were told to stay on the bus because we were at the Riviera side and we had a purple sticker on our tag. I watched out the window of the bus and saw my bag had been offloaded and was set aside from the bus. I waited, thinking they would load my bag back on the bus. They did not. So, I scurried off the bus and told them that was my bag and I was going to the Riviera side. They loaded my bag on the bus again, and I double-checked to make sure my husband’s bag had not been offloaded as well. This was very frustrating and chaotic. When we arrived in our room on the Riviera Side, the room was very hot and humid, so we turned on the air conditioner. We attended the Sunday night buffet dinner on the Manor side lawn. When we returned to our room after dinner, we found that the air conditioner had leaked gallons of water into our room. Our curtains were soaked, and the floor had standing water from the patio door all the way back to the bed. Thank goodness we had put our luggage on top of the bed! I called the concierge number and told them our room was soaked with water, and they sent a maintenance man in 45 minutes. The maintenance man did not bring any towels with him, and he asked me to call housekeeping. I pressed the housekeeping button on the telephone, and the man who answered said he was not housekeeping. He said I needed to dial “0” and ask for housekeeping. I finally reached housekeeping told them what had happened in our room and water was all over the floor, and a man delivered 3 towels to our room. When he arrived with the towels, he talked to the maintenance man in a language I did not understand, laughed, set the towels down on the bed, and then left the room. So, I began drying the floor with the towels myself. The maintenance man helped me move the chair and other furniture to finish drying the floor, and then he left. The next morning, I took a shower and attempted to blow dry my hair. The blow dryer did not work, so I called the concierge number again and told them it didn’t work. They said they would send someone to fix it. I never saw a maintenance man or a call asking me if it had been fixed. This occurred for 3 mornings in a row, and I called the concierge number letting them know the blow dryer did not work for 3 mornings in a row. The blow dryer did not work for the entire trip, and it was never fixed. Ther were also cracks in the bathroom wall around the blow dryer and shaving mirror, from the ceiling to the vanity. The room was sub-standard and we were very disappointed. On Monday morning, we decided we would go to the beach. As I was walking into the water, I had to go through a wall of seaweed, and I cut my foot on a rock. For the remainder of the trip, my foot stung every time I got in the water. After cutting my foot, we walked up to the pool to get a towel, but there were no towels available. We checked two towel areas, but both were empty. So, we went back to the beach and waited, hoping they would replenish the towels within a few minutes. After 30 minutes of checking multiple times for towels at the pool, we finally left and walked back to our room soaking wet from the ocean. On Monday morning, we attended the Orientation session to learn about all of the things we could do at the resort. We learned that a new restaurant, Kimono’s, was opening on Saturday, but that is was dress clothes only. My husband did not pack any dress clothes because we were unaware that we needed to pack them. We received dozens of emails in the months and weeks before arriving at Sandals trying to sell us beachside massages and candlelight dinners, but not a single email with a “what to pack” list. I also never saw a “what to pack” list on the Web site. So, we did not make reservations to eat dinner at Kimono’s the last night of our trip. On Saturday April 16, we were looking at the restaurant board in the Riviera lobby and noticed that Kimono’s was noted as “casual” clothing. We were confused, so we went to the Concierge desk to ask. The concierge confirmed it was casual dress, but she said the restaurant was completely booked and she could not make a reservation for us. We were frustrated at the inconsistent information we were given. Had we been told it was casual dress, we would have made a reservation for Kimono’s the first day we had arrived. Throughout the week, we were repeatedly disturbed and annoyed with the photographers throughout the resort. They interrupted us while we were walking along the beach, laying out in the sun, eating dinner, walking around the resort, literally everywhere!! They would take pictures of us and then start talking to us for 15-30 minutes trying to book a photo session with us. Repeatedly this occurred, and so often that we found ourselves constantly on the “look out” for photographers to avoid. We could not relax. We would purposely walk completely around them just to avoid having to get our picture taken or to speak with them. The food throughout the trip was horrible. For breakfast, we often ate at the Seaside Restaurant. We did not eat the bacon because it was half-way cooked, we did not eat the sausage links because they were pink in the middle, the scrambled eggs were probably made from dry flakes because they were gritty and coarse. The pancakes had no flavor, and the milk was warm. The oatmeal was horrible too. We were very disappointed in the quality of the food and the service. One of the reasons my husband and I chose the Ocho Rios resort was because he is an avid golfer and golf was “complimentary” at the resort. After spending $137 for 1 round of golf for him, he quickly found out that golf was in no way “complimentary.” He was required to have a $17 caddy and tip him $20-30, then he was charged $60 for a golf cart and $40 to rent clubs. My husband was prepared to pay for clubs because he did not bring his own, but he was not prepared to spend an additional $100 to rent a cart, caddy, and tip. When we arrived at the golf course, there was also a sign by the cash register in the clubhouse that said “Although this is a Sandals resort facility, food and beverages are an additional charge.” So we did not eat or drink anything on the course because it was an additional charge! We only had 2 bottles of water and “shared” a caddy with another man who played golf with us, even though we were charged $17 for a caddy for us, and the man we played golf with was charged $17 for a caddy for him, but we only had 1 caddy for both of us. We were very disappointed in the “complimentary” golf that cost $137 and would not recommend golf to anyone at a Sandals resort. We left the resort on Sunday morning. When we checked out at the concierge desk, I asked her if we needed to tip anyone at the airport (like the man who took our bags to the bus upon arrival and told us we had to tip him or else he would not load our bags on the bus). She told us there was no one to tip at the airport and we didn’t need to have any cash for any more tips. She said “everything is Sandals, and you do not tip Sandals.” The bus driver on the way back to the airport stopped on the side of the road half-way between the resort and airport. He stopped in front of a house, got off the bus, and went into the house for about 15 minutes. Everyone on the bus was looking around, asking what was going on. No one knew why he stopped on the side of the road for 15 minutes with a bus full of Sandals guests. It was very confusing and we all felt unsafe. When we finally arrived at the airport, the driver asked everyone for a tip as they got off the bus. We were confused, because the concierge said we didn’t need a tip for anyone else. The man in front of us getting off the bus did not have a tip for the bus driver. He said “My money is in my bag.” So, the bus driver said, “Well, you can help me unload all the bags from the bus then.” So the bus driver walked onto the bus and went over to a window, opened the window and began handing all the luggage to the Sandals guest who didn’t have a tip for him. My husband and I could not believe it! We got our bags and left the bus as quickly as we could. We were frustrated, upset, disappointed, and would not recommend Sandals to anyone that we know. My husband worked very hard to pay thousands of dollars for our honeymoon, which was supposed to be the trip of our lifetime. Sadly, it was the worst trip we have ever taken and we feel that in no way was it worth nearly $4,000 for the resort and flight costs. We sent all of our concerns mentioned above to Sandals and all they responded with was offering 2-night's stay at any Sandal's resort in the next 12 months and stating they are "committed to ensuring total customer satisfaction." Their response was insulting, after everything we went through on our honeymoon. All they have been is UN-committed to our satisfaction and disappointing.

Posted by on May 3, 2011

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5 out of 5

No worry's , no problem mon !

Pros: Free breakfast, Close restaurants, Free Internet, Quiet
This was an experience of a lifetime . My wife and i went there for our honeymoon on 4/5/11. First id like to say that prior to booking this hotel , I read at least 50 reviews on it and 99% of the negative reviews have no merit. The service was above and beyond . The food was outstanding. the people/staff I cant say enough about . Integrity , professional, invisibly attentive, warm and fun. We made a couple of first time travelers mistakes and had it not been for Individuals like Ralston( whom manages all the dining activities in which ever restaurant you find him in Marketplace etc... ) whom basically saved our trip from being a disaster. By returning our most important belongings after we accidently left them on the dining table. Hes a great Friend to know if you like great dining experiences.Our villa house keeper Had a new surprise waiting for us in our room sometimes twice a day . the jitney drivers were great ,shout out Nico and glenmore. Bar experience in a word, Kerome. Seek him out,no FIND HIM ,use the password Purpleskunk and tell him Biggy and sugar sent you! Omar and Ricardo are great also. If you need to eat during the wee hours of the night go see Roy at the grill . Now the activities were diverse and plentiful. and the entertainment staff were great. Id like to personally thank Daine a groundskeeper whom stopped his work to greet us with a smile and an offer of assistance in any way. thanks for the beautiful pictures you took. Speaking of pictures, Dalmar, our complimentary photographer. Thank you for being such a wonderful photographer , professional and all around good person. A must if you want beautiful memories .I could Honorable mention people all day. Like the staff in the Boutique gift shop, Patricia and heather whom went above and beyond their duties to accomidate us . To Damion and Shakespeare at the front desk. Basically, all the staff were excellent. This is our new home awy from home and we will be back. Suggestion though ... next time we will use the butler service. Trust us , No problem, no worries mon !

Posted by , from Bronx Ny on Apr 11, 2011

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2 out of 5

Find another hotel

We went for a wedding (6th trip to Jamaica) and were very disappointed with the hotel. The structures were falling apart and needed paint. The pool was sorely in need of repair. We had to change rooms 4 times. First one had no AC, second one was above the bar and SO noisy, third one had a non-working toilet. Not fun. We rode the shuttle more than we enjoyed either the beach or the pool. The front desk staff looked annoyed every time we went to ask a question or for help. I was really shocked that Sandals, which purports luxury, could operate such a 1 star facility. The people who rave about this location must have been on vacation for the first time, because this place does not measure up. Stay at the Trelawney Starfish, of Holiday Inn Montego Bay and have a better experience for a lot less money.

Posted by on Mar 21, 2011

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5 out of 5

Treated Like Royalty by ALL the Staff.

Pros: Free breakfast, Close restaurants
Cons: No free Internet
We had a Great Experence with all the staff. If we mentioned a concern to ANY of the staff, It was taken care of. We asked for champagne glasses to be delivered to our room and while we steped outside for a couple of pictures the glasses appeared like magic in our room. We were right outside I don't know how we missed them going passed us. We mentioned we spilled the shampoo to a member on the shuttle, She asked our room # and there was a new bottle when we returned to our room. We took a mid day nap After housecleaning cleaned our room, then went out. When we came back our bed was made. Don't know how they knew but it seems that all our needs were taken care of without ever having to ask. The restaraunts were Great, the food was excelent and we never had to wait more than a few minutes to be seated. The water was clear and warm, great snorkeling, sail boating and swimming. Nightime entertainment was awsome, the Playmakers did a great job of getting the crowd involved in the dancing and games. We will be going back.

Posted by , from Cabot Vt on Feb 28, 2011

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5 out of 5

Nice resort!

Pros: Quiet
My wife and I stayed in the village up on the hill behind the resort. The staff were there for you're every need. The restaurants were great, especially the one they set up on the pier out over the ocean! The pools were nice and not overcrowded. The all inclusive really means all inclusive. Great place to stay for a relaxing and fun vacation.

Posted by , from Hudson, NC on Feb 10, 2011

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4 out of 5

First time & will not be the last!

This was our first time at a Sandals. The staff is wonderful - attentive and fun. My husband and I are foodies but we were happily surprised by the quality of the food at some of the restaurants. Neptunes, Orchids and Valentino’s were our favorites (in that order). The buffets were good but nothing to write home about. Our room (villa with shared pool on the Manor side) was nice – especially the bedroom. The golf course was better than we expected and our caddy, Phillip, was amazing. After our game, we were greeted with ice cold towels while our shoes were cleaned. Of course, everyone expects a tip (something I had not anticipated with an all-inclusive) but they deserved it. The one “excursion” we did was Dunn’s Falls, which truly is a do not miss if you are in Ochos Rios. Unfortunately, we were not prepared well for this excursion. We were only told that we needed water shoes and cash to buy souvenirs.When we said we didn’t have cash we were told that the bus would stop at an ATM. (There are no ATMs at the club and are very difficult to find in general so be sure to bring cash as bus drivers always expect tips.) It turned out that we had to rent a locker (don’t understand why we couldn’t have left our stuff in the bus). We were not told that you actually walk through the waterfall and get completely wet so you have to wear just a bathing suit. All in all, great vaca and will definitely do Sandals again. PS – And yes, as other say, the bus to the resort is 2 hours. PPS – Loved having the room to hang out in at the airport and have a cocktail and snack.

Posted by on Feb 8, 2011

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5 out of 5

Awesome Trip

Pros: Free breakfast, Quiet
Cons: No free Internet
Went on my honeymoon in July and the place was amazing. The food was great, the staff was very nice & friendly. There is lots to do!!! We stayed in a small cottage and it was nice. Even though it wasn't next to the ocean we could hear the waves from outside our room. The only thing I would recommend if you go is to plan your tourism attractions outside the resort because the prices are a bit expensive, but if you plan on the side you can save a dollar or so. Will definately stay in a Sandal's resort again!

Posted by , from FL on Feb 7, 2011

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About the Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive

Location Main Street, Ocho Rios, Saint Ann

All-inclusive Details

This resort is all-inclusive. Onsite food and beverages are included in the room price (some restrictions may apply).

Gratuities and taxes
Gratuities and taxes are included. Additional gratuities at guests' discretion are not accepted.

Food and beverages

  • All buffet and à la carte meals, snacks, and beverages included
  • Room service during certain hours
  • In-room minibar (non-alcoholic beverages included)

Activities and facilities/equipment
All onsite activities and use of facilities and equipment are included.

Water activities

  • Kayaking
  • Rowing/canoeing
  • Sailing
  • Snorkeling
  • Windsurfing

Land activities
  • Climbing wall
  • Fitness facilities
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Access to 18-hole golf course
  • Golf green fees
  • Transportation to golf course

  • Aerobics


  • Onsite entertainment and activities
  • Access to onsite clubs
  • Onsite live performances
  • Theme parties

Other inclusions

  • Roundtrip airport transfers

Not included

  • Use of golf cart
  • Use of golf equipment
  • Scuba-diving certification
  • Scuba-diving lessons
  • Tennis lessons
  • Offsite tours
  • Transportation to offsite activities

Property Features

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive is an all-inclusive resort. Room rates include meals and beverages at onsite restaurants and bars. Other items and amenities, including taxes and gratuities, and access to recreational activities and entertainment may also be included. Additional charges may apply for meals at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, certain beverages, and other amenities. Simply walk outside to feel the sun on your face at the white sand beach. Summer fun is a breeze at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive, where you can play a round of golf at the golf course, cool off in one of the 6 outdoor swimming pools, and enjoy a treatment at the full-service spa. Free breakfast is served daily, and guests can also enjoy a free nightly manager's reception. There are 16 restaurants on site. WiFi is free in public spaces. This all-inclusive resort also offers a fitness center, a garden, and a terrace. Free self parking is available. This 5-star Ocho Rios resort is smoke free.

  • 529 guestrooms or units
  • 5 levels
  • 16 dining venues
  • Buffet breakfast (free)
  • Manager's reception (free)
  • Beach lounge chairs
  • Towels for the beach
  • Cabanas by the pool (surcharge)
  • Poolside lounge chairs
  • Umbrellas for the pool
  • Conference center
  • Dry cleaning
  • Front desk (24 hours)
  • Express check-in
  • Express check-out
  • Staff is multilingual
  • Car service
  • Tour and ticket information
  • Concierge
  • Wedding services available
  • Pool or billiards table
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Gift shop
  • Television in lobby
  • Onsite shopping
  • Bellhop
  • Elevator
  • No smoking on site


Available in all rooms: Free WiFi

Available in some public areas: Free WiFi


Free self parking


  • Airport: Montego Bay (MBJ-Sir Donald Sangster Intl.) (99.8 km / 62 mi)
  • Property shuttles: Free airport shuttle
  • Parking: Free self parking

Room Amenities

Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive offers 529 air-conditioned accommodations with iPod docking stations and DVD players. Plasma televisions come with cable channels. Refrigerators and coffee/tea makers are provided. Bathrooms include shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Guests can surf the web using the complimentary wireless Internet access. Business-friendly amenities include safes and phones. Additionally, rooms include irons/ironing boards and ceiling fans. A nightly turndown service is provided and housekeeping is offered daily.

  • IPod dock
  • In-room dining (limited hours)
  • Plasma television
  • Cable channels
  • DVD player
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee maker
  • Shower and tub combination
  • Housekeeping (daily)
  • Nightly turndown service
  • Hair dryer
  • Safe
  • Toiletries (free)
  • Telephone
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Climate control (air conditioning)
  • Ceiling fan
  • Ensuite bathroom

Food & Drink

Guests are served free buffet breakfast daily from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. The resort hosts a free manager's reception daily.

Bayside - This beachfront restaurant specializes in international cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Open select days.

Valentinos - Overlooking the ocean, this restaurant specializes in Italian cuisine and serves dinner only.

Sabrinas Marketplace - Overlooking the pool, this restaurant specializes in international cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Open select days.

Kellys Dockside - This beachfront restaurant specializes in international cuisine and serves dinner only. Guests can enjoy alfresco dining (weather permitting). Reservations are required.

Soy - Overlooking the ocean, this restaurant specializes in Japanese cuisine and serves dinner only.

Room service (during limited hours) is available.


Variety is the catchword at this resort with everything from dressy cocktail parties to under the stars fun at beach barbecues. A resident band strikes up the music at the amphitheater with nightly cultural shows and cabarets. A disco spotlights fun until the wee hours of the morning, and Miss Ethel's Piano Bar offers a change of pace, also well into the night. Guests can shine on stage during karaoke night, and guest and staff talent shows.

Nearby Activities

The majority of recreational activities detailed below are included in the room rate for this resort (scroll up to the All-Inclusive details section for more information).

Guests can take advantage of all water and land sports facilities and equipment plus instruction for all sports. The one exception is golf on the 18-hole par 71 course at nearby Sandals Golf & Country Club, where green fees and instruction are complimentary but guests must pay for mandatory caddies and rental of clubs and carts.

Facilities are located in both the Manor and Riviera areas of the resort and include 7 main outdoor swimming pools, including a zero-entry main Great House pool and 22 spa tubs. 2 air-conditioned fitness centers feature four dry saunas and offer classes.

One of Jamaica's major attractions, Dunn's River Falls, is a 10- to 15-minute drive from the resort. The river tumbles 600 feet over a series of gigantic limestone steps to a white-sand beach below. Visitors can climb up through the falls; expert guides are available to assist with the wet ascent (surcharge). There are also ordinary stairs and observation platforms alongside the falls.

The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the resort; fees may apply.

  • Snorkeling on site
  • Golf driving range on site
  • Safari nearby
  • Golf lessons on site
  • Golfing on site
  • Rock climbing on site
  • Mountain biking nearby
  • Tennis lessons on site
  • Volleyball on site
  • Beach volleyball on site
  • Kayaking on site
  • Windsurfing on site
  • Yoga classes/instruction on site
  • Ziplining nearby
  • Pilates classes on site
  • Rafting nearby
  • Ecotours nearby
  • Boat tours nearby
  • Fitness classes on site
  • Sailing on site
  • Basketball on site
  • Scuba diving on site
  • Hiking/biking trails nearby

Spa Services

  • Number of treatment rooms 16
  • Outdoor treatment areas
  • Couples treatment rooms
  • Massages on beach
  • Manicures and pedicures
  • Body treatments
  • Body wraps
  • Facial treatments
  • Body scrubs
  • Aromatherapy treatments
  • Hydrotherapy treatments
  • Spa tub in spa
  • Massages


If you need to make special requests for accessibility needs, please note them at check-out when booking your stay.

  • Roll-in shower
  • In-room accessibility

Hotel Policies


  • Check-in time starts at 3 PM
  • Minimum check-in age is 18

Special check-in instructions:

24-hour airport shuttle service is available. Contact the property in advance to get details.


  • Check-out by 11 AM

Payment types

Children and extra beds

  • Children 18 and younger are not allowed at this adults-only property. All guests older than 18 are welcome.
  • Rollaway/extra beds are not available.
  • Cribs (infant beds) are not available.


  • Pets and service animals are not allowed at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive


Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.

Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.

Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.

This hotel is exclusively for adult couples.

  • No rollaway/extra beds available
  • No cribs (infant beds) available
  • No pets or service animals allowed
  • Minimum guest age is
  • Caters to adults only

Hotel Names

  • Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive Ocho Rios
  • Sandals Ochi Beach Resort All Inclusive
  • Sandals Ochi Beach Ocho Rios
  • Sandals Ochi Beach

You should know

  • This is an adults-only property and children 17 years old and younger aren't allowed.
  • Pets and service animals are not allowed on site.

Awards & Affiliations

Green / Sustainable Property
This property participates in EarthCheck, a program that measures the property's impact on one or more of the following: environment, community, cultural-heritage, the local economy.


Sunset Cruise for 2

Book a 7-night minimum stay in any room or rate category for travel now - December 26, 2018, and receive a complimentary Sunset Cruise for 2 adults (once per stay).

Applicable for new bookings only. The cruise reservation must be made at the Resort. Cruise is only redeemable at an Island Routes Tour Desk and the tour must be taken during your qualifying stay. Free Sunset Cruise is based on availability and suitable weather conditions. All excursion changes or cancellations are at the discretion of Island Routes Caribbean Adventures. Free Sunset Cruise is not redeemable for cash towards the balance of any bookings, cannot be used for any applicable tax, service charge, or gratuity, and has no cash value.

Blackout dates: December 27-31, 2017; December 27-31, 2018. Other restrictions apply.