Concierge.com's insider take:
Set on the cliffs near Seven Mile Beach, this charming collection of thatch-roofed, timber-and-stone villas is one of the best all-inclusive values on the island. And yet resort-style comforts are all here—even the least expensive rooms have balconies, minibars, queen-size four-poster beds, and powerful, solar-heated showers. It's worth shelling out a little more for one of the 19 villas, though; these have wraparound oceanfront terraces and alfresco showers. The rest of the compound includes a 60-foot infinity pool, a spa and yoga room, and a lively restaurant and bar that are destinations in their own right. The resort's newest restaurant Pushcart sits atop neighboring Pirates Cave (where 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea was filmed). The menu features cuisine based on Jamaica's street food, including jerk chicken with roast yam and steamed conch with breadfruit.