Location & Getting Here

Some particularly privileged Guests experience blissful views as they soar in a helicopter from Norman Washington Manley Airport to the 3,100 feet altitude of Strawberry Hill Jamaica. But even for the earthbound, the mystique of Strawberry Hill starts as you leave the waterfront airport behind, and begin the fascinating 50-minute journey up the Blue Mountains. As the drive takes you through Kingston, you pass busy commercial centres and illustrious cultural landmarks, until you reach the northernmost tip of Kingston proper and the village of Papine, known for its bustling market. Heading up the mountainside, you will swing round the famous 365 bends of the winding Irish Town Road to Strawberry Hill. As you weave through tiny hamlets and alongside the rushing Hope River, each curve of the road presents dramatic views.

The air becomes fresh and cool the higher you go until you reach Strawberry Hill’s gorgeous 26 acres of high heaven. With its cluster of gracious Post-Plantation cottages, vivid tropical gardens and Infinity swimming pool, our Guests know they have really arrived. It is no wonder that Strawberry Hill was selected by The New York Times as one of the “1,000 Places To See Before You Die.”

Car transfers from Kingston’s Norman Manley International airport are $100 each way. Helicopter transfers available. Price available upon request.

To book transfers, please contact [email protected]