Sea Garden Beach Resort
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We had a wonderful time . The hotel was extremely clean .Everyone was really kind especially the front desk man with the great smile to greet you. The drinks are very weak so buy a personal bottle to add. (we would have done anyways.) People have complained of a 🐔 chicken making noises i never heard him once i saw him though. The grounds are delightful. The beach is small but it rained most of the time we were there so we didnt really use it. However they have amazing views of planes and ships coming in and out. The food was im not sure... I like flavor there was none and the salt had one hole so you would be there for a year if you need to salt something. Staff was great. We had a great time and would recommend anyone here. We stayed in room 228 we had good wifi no noise. Great water pressure and heat.
I enjoyed my stay at the resort last November. The room was always clean and welcoming with very picturesque grounds and sea view. Wonderful food with warm and welcoming staff everywhere. Thank you all for a memorable experience and thanks again Tricia!
I stayed at the Seagarden for 1 night before embarking on a cruise to Cuba. I found SeaGarden here on TripAdvisor then checked out their website, which had a really great rate compared to other places I had been considering. The price was even better considering the all-inclusive property as well as the complimentary airport transfer that was included as well.To me, the SeaGarden was very charming and personal. It is by no means a slick resort compared to some of the others in Montego Bay. It is a classic (meaning, older) property. The amenities are quite modest in comparison to a new place but there is a huge pool, stunningly beautiful grounds, as well as beach access (there is a private beach club across the street). There was a main, semi-open air restaurant off the lobby with a more exclusive section nearby. The food was buffet style with lots of Jamaican specialties. Breakfast was good and the coffee was excellent.One of the nicest things about the SeaGarden was the staff; almost everyone I encountered was pleasant and welcoming. The SeaGarden itself welcomes you with a classic old Lobby, with a piano bar above. It's easy to think you might be back in the 1950s or 1960s.The rooms are definitely not new, although there has been some modest upgrades made. The furniture is older and repainted, and the bathroom is vintage, but the room was clean and the drapes and bedding seemed newer.If you're not a partying-type, Montego Bay might not be your best choice. Accordingly, there can be a raucuous atmosphere and lots of late-night noise in town. One of the main drags runs right in front of the hotel and is active until the wee hours. Also, depending on where you are in the hotel, you might have noise from entertainment. But, once again, you're in Jamaica so relax and enjoy it. Families with children might be happier in a more sanitized environment than MoBay. You will be approached repeatedly on the street for offers of weed, etc.I traveled with a friend who took advantage of the same rate promotion that I did, for an oceanview room. He, however, ended up on the back of the property overlooking...nothing. So if you have your heart set on a particular type of room, book the appropriate category and/or personally call the property and reconfirm your choice. I had a great room in the "tower" building. The room had two security issues, however: first, the guestroom doors are actually keyed, not an electronic lock. There is also just a chain to secure the door. The in-room safe also was not electronic but required a key from the front desk. Electronic lock plus a deadbolt would be great for guest's piece of mind.In short, the SeaGarden is an older property with modest amenities, absolutely beautiful grounds, and a pleasant staff. It is reasonably-priced and close to nightlife, etc. Don't expect brand-new rooms, but a classic Jamaican property with quirky charm. Even though I could only stay one night, I could definitely see myself returning to the SeaGarden for a longer stay.
Stayed with family from Feb. 24 to March 10. The room had an ocean view which we thought was great at first. The street in front of the resort was far too noisy at night! We found out from some locals a few days into our stay that this area is like a local lover's lane. People park their cars along the street, open the windows and blare their music VERY loudly into the night and early morning. There was also a man with a 'spicy nut' cart walking back and forth in front of the resort late at night that had some kind of steam pipe on it that made a very loud, high pitched whistle sound that you could hear from a block away. A couple of nights a van with a speaker blaring on top drove back and forth advertising some event at a club. We had to call the front desk on several occasions to ask them to do something to address the noise. On a positive note, most of the staff was really good. Shaneca was usually our server at the buffet because we always made sure to sit in her section. She was always super friendly and made us feel special. Her easy laugh and her big beautiful smile always started our day off great at breakfast. T-Rex and Dimitri were born to entertain and they were always smiling and engaging with the guests. T-Rex went above and beyond when he found out that I wanted to experience seeing a live steel band while I was in Jamaica. It isn't something that they usually include in their evening entertainment roster, but he said he would talk to management and sure enough, they had an AMAZING steel band perform on our last night there! It was everything I had hoped for and I can't thank him enough for making that happen. Edeno at the beach bar definitely knows how to make any drink you might want and he has a great sense of humor. he cook at the beach bar makes great jerk chicken and we had it almost every day for lunch.The rooms were good and I found the bed very comfortable. it was almost like a gel memory foam mattress. The air conditioning worked very well and we always had hot water for showers. The buffet was good, but after 2 weeks was getting a little monotonous. Some other guests told us they had Jamaican night one evening before we got there, but they didn't have anything like that during our 2 week stay. That would have been a nice change if they had.The beach was small but very nice. There were always beach chairs available and you had a choice to lay at the beach or 1 of several roomy gazebos. The bathrooms at the beach were very clean and there is an outdoor shower to rinse off the salt water.The free wifi is OK but can be slow and intermittent, but I wasn't in Jamaica to spend my time online.I love the fact that this resort is owned by Jamaicans, and that is the reason we chose it, but I would not stay here again because of the ridiculously high noise level at night.
I was just there February 17-14, 2017. The staff were very pleasant and accommodating; the resort grounds are well-maintained and it is very clean overall. T-Rex was a lot of fun during the social activities. The resort is located on the "hip strip" so we could walk to shopping, Margaritaville, etc. On some evenings, dinner was served outside by the pool, which was nice. One night dinner was served down at the beach, which we really enjoyed. There was live music most evenings by the pool and also there is a piano bar upstairs on Tuesday and Thursday night from 6-9. I would definitely go back to this resort.
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- Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner (daily)
- Unlimited domestic alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
- Concierge service
- Disco (admission, drinks included)
- Evening entertainment (twice/week)
- Non-motorized water sports (selected)
- 150 rooms
- 2 pools (including 1 for kids)
- Beach club
- 1 restaurant
- 3 bars
- Live music
- Spa (fee)
- Motorized water sports (fee)
- WiFi available in : Lobby, Pool area, Rooms
- Gift shop
- 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds
- Individual air-conditioning
- Run of the house View
- Balcony or terrace
- Cable TV
- Full bathroom
- Hairdryer (on request)
- Iron & ironing board (on request)
- 110/120 volts
- Up to 4 people : Maximum 3 adults, Maximum 2 children
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Sea Garden Beach ResortMontego Bay,Jamaica
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8 Kent Ave, Montego Bay Jamaica
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