|Week of November 5 — November 11, 1998
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By Amy Marr
Question: Our family — two adults and three teenagers — are looking for reasonable, not overly luxurious accommodations in Jamaica. Although the all-inclusive hotels are too high-priced, the lure of a resort-type area with water amenities is attractive. What do you recommend?
Adventure Adviser: For coastal digs, try Morgan’s Harbor Hotel (where a double runs $116; 809-924-8464), on Jamaica’s south side near Kingston Harbor. Here, amongst the cays and reefs of Port Royal, you’ll find some of the island’s best diving and snorkeling, and the hotel can arrange all water excursions for you. You
If I were you, I’d spend half my time on the shore then head inland to the lush Blue Mountains. Nestled in the foothills just outside of Kingston is the Maya Lodge (809-927-2097). Ideal for families, this rustic hostelry has cabins, dorm rooms and campsites, and a double costs a mere $30 per night. Hotel owner Peter Bentley doubles as an adventure guide and runs
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