The original Villa Bella Hotel was located in the town of Christiana, Manchester, in the house which is now the home of Mr. Audley Shaw, sitting Member of Parliament for the area.
Villa Bella Hotel was opened in 1941 by Ida Steers - the 40-year-old daughter of John Foreman, the leading businessman in Christiana at the time. Mrs. Steers was a lady of impeccable taste and this was reflected in her selection of china and silverware pieces some of which still remain today.
These were imported from England and bore the Hotel's Crest. A woman of great charm, she was the perfect hostess and was known to go to great lengths to make her guests comfortable.More
The sixteen quaint bedrooms offered by the main house and annex, boast mahogany floors, the original Victorian and art deco furniture, private bathrooms with garden or mountain views.
The hotel sleeps a maximum of 29 in triple , double, and single rooms. Villa Bella beckons you to enjoy old world charm, simplicity and quiet pleasures.
beaches held little, charm. Unnecessary exposure to the sun was frowned on. The attraction of the hills lay in their cool.
experience and targets nature lovers, adventurers such as cavers, hikers, bird watchers in exploring the Jamaican culture.
Our doors are open to all - every guest is a VIP and a special welcome awaits resident Jamaicans and those visiting from abroad.