The team at Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios -- including its resident dog, Shadow -- welcomed its first guests at its reopening last weekend, following a three-month closure due to Covid-19.
During the closure, health and safety measures called the Pinwheel of Safety Protocols, were put in place to address the on-property experience from baggage sanitizing upon arrival to limited-contact check-out processes.
Accommodations at the iconic family-owned inn, which opened in 1958, include seven cottages, three bungalows and 45 suites.
The Welcome Home Grand Reopening offer features complimentary nights based on length of stay from Aug. 1 through Oct. 31. The longer guests stay, the more complimentary nights and bonus resort credits they will receive.
Native endangered Hawksbill sea turtles currently are building their nests on the inn's beach during their peak summer hatching season as part of the Jamaica Inn Foundation's efforts to monitor and protect the species.
The resort is holding an online turtle naming auction through Aug. 31, and the highest bidder will name the mother turtle who most recently laid her eggs on the beach and was tagged for future monitoring.
Guests may contribute to the auction at www.jamaicainn.com/turtle-naming-auction with all proceeds benefitting the Oracabessa Bay Turtle Project.