For the first time, Jamaica Inn will be featuring an in house choir consisting of their talented staff singers. Their fabulous carolers will be performing at 7:00pm on Christmas Eve for 1 hour to get our guests in the holiday spirit.
Recently the Jamaica Inn team lovingly decoratied the Christmas tree in the library. The traditional Christmas plant or poinsettias are also used as decorations throughout the hotel.
On Christmas day guests will be served eggnog on the beach instead of the usual planters punch/blended fruit punch. In the afternoon complimentary tea time will be available followed by a lively marching band in the gardens. On Christmas night there will be a traditional Christmas Dinner planned with all the usual trimmings on the menu.
During the season, Sorrel is served with or without our famous Jamaican Rum. This is perhaps the most traditional drink at this time of year.
New Years Eve at the Inn is always quite a production. This Years celebration is going to be one to remember. Titled Play it Again Sam at Jamaica Inn we start with a Champagne Cocktail Party at Rick’s Café located on the hotels East Wing Terrace from 8:00pm – 9:00pm followed by dinner under the stars on the Beach… The dress code is “Casablanca Formal”. Their lavish dinner items will be set up on a wonderful display around the main pool. An example of our set up includes a Seafood Station that has Oysters, Poached Lobster, Alaskan King Crab, Snow Crab Claws, Smoked Salmon, Smoked Marlin & Peppered Shrimp and a Carving Station with Roast Beef, Whole Fish & Turkey. These dinner items mentioned are subject to change.
The cost to participate is US $260.00per person (inclusive of tax & service). If you are on a meal plan that includes dinner then US $73 will be deducted from the New Years participation cost .
Once the live band starts at 9:00pm, the party will be non-stop until… with a brief interlude as our guests all release wishing lanterns with their intentions for 2017.
Jamaica Inn looks forward to ringing in the New Year in style with their guests.