Strawberry Hill

Irish Town, Jamaica


Located on a 26-acre hilltop property, dreamy Strawberry Hill is a Jamaican destination unlike any other. In your own private cottage, you will become attuned to the classic Colonial style and modern comforts of the hotel. Airy decor accentuated by local touches will immerse you in the culture of the island while providing unparalleled views of the stately Blue Mountains. When you’re ready to explore, visit the nearby towns and museums to experience Jamaica and its people, or take a short drive to dive deep in the famous blue waters.

Strawberry Hill is the perfect place to experience the inland scenery of the island. Each cottage has been designed to nestle within the curves of the mountain, ensuring privacy and framing the best views of the island. On its property, Strawberry Hill has catalogued 350 endemic and exotic plant species, carefully cultivating them to thrive while preserving the native mountaintop environment. The hotel now grows local produce for commercial consumption, focusing on sustainable agriculture practices that preserve the tropical species.





Private cottages


Mountain Views


Onsite Gardens





Property Details

  • 5 unique room styles to choose from, including a studio suite, studio cottage, one-bedroom villa and two-bedroom villa

  • Each room is based on a Post-Plantation interpretation of Colonial style and includes white, wood-framed architecture, stunning views, four-poster beds, carved fretwork fanlights, Blue Mountains Aromatics toiletries, white bed linens and African fabrics

  • Restaurant and Bar onsite, with in-room dining available

  • 4 private dining spaces available for meetings or private events

  • Strawberry Hill gardens include native avocado, mango, coffee, star apple, orange, lime, banana, and guava trees

  • Strawberry Hill Spa includes aromatherapy, massage and Caribbean Therapy

  • From $310 per night

Rates Include

  • Daily continental breakfast

Regenerative Impact

  • Hotel design based on historic Post-Plantation Colonial style

  • Property located between Kingston’s Liguanea Plain and the mountaintop broad-leaf woodlands, creating a biodiverse area

  • Grounds reflect hotel’s history, including juniper, cedar, eucalyptus, and mango

  • 350 endemic and exotic plant species have been catalogued on the property

  • Gentle development of the gardens has allowed crops and produce to flourish while preserving the mountaintop ecosystem

  • Hotel’s mission is to facilitate sustainable commercial production of plants, while supporting tropical preservation



Top Activities






Spa Treatments


Cultural Immersion



Member Perks


  • Complimentary upgrade upon hotel check-in, based on availability

  • One Sunset Blackwell Rum cocktail per person, per stay