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Jamaica leads the Caribbean category with greatest number of hotels in Travel + Leisure's World's Best Awards Readers' survey

South Florida Caribbean News: "KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica is the Caribbean island with the most resorts on Travel + Leisure magazine’s 13th annual World’s Best Awards readers’ survey, with five hotels named to the list of Top 25 Hotels, Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas.

The top-ranked Jamaican hotel is Couples Swept Away. The resort, located in Negril, appears on the World’s Best Awards list for the first time this year and is ranked number five in its category. There are three other Negril properties also on the World’s Best Awards list of Top 25 Hotels, Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas this year."

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