Negril Tree House Resort

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PO Box 29, Negril
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Situated in Negril, this spa resort is close to Seven Mile Beach, Kool Runnings Water Park, and Negril Hills Golf Club. Area attractions also include Negril Lighthouse. read more
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We LOVE the Tree House and have stayed here twice now. The staff is friendly and we love the breakfast. Several local dishes daily served with fresh fruit and eggs. There is a great place to eat at this resort. Alan makes the best Jerk Chicken on the beach. You are right in the middle of the beach and the resort has two security guards at night to keep things safe. We will definately be back next year. Our needs are quite simple...we want a clean room with good beds and clean bathrooms. We don't mind outdated colors or older rooms. We don't spend much time in the room!
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May 11th, 2005
Hedonism II All Inclusive Resort

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Norman Manley Blvd, Negril
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This adults-only resort with both au naturel and clothed sections sits along the sands of Seven Mile Beach in Jamaica; the lively town of Negril is 8 km (5 mi) away. read more
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We were at the resort for only 4 nights during early October to celebrate a birthday. During this time, since it is hurricane season, the occupancy was very low. We had a really good time but I think it would have been more interesting if there were more people there. The rooms were a little dated but they were kept very clean and they were comfortable. The resort grounds are very well kept. The beach areas were racked every morning and looked very nice. There are plenty of lounge chairs on the beach and the pool areas. We spent all of our time on the nude side, once you get over the initial shock it is no big deal. All of the guests were friendly and I think everyone was having a good time. The food was descent not great. There is a buffet that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The breakfast was really good, the lunch and dinner were descent. There are two specialty restaurants that you will have to make reservations. The Japanese one is good, but we preferred the Italian one. The entertainment staff worked really hard to make sure everyone was having a good time. I would recommend this resort if you are not shy and easily shocked.
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Oct 5th, 2007
Couples Swept Away All Inclusive

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111 Norman Manley Blvd, Negril
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Set on the western edge of Jamaica, and arrayed along 457 meters (1,500 feet) of Seven Mile Beach, this romantic resort welcomes adult couples eager for both activity and relaxation. read more
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Only two negatives: The poverty-striken towns you must drive through coupled with some shady people off the resort intimidated us a little bit. When we got to the resort late in the afternoon, we walked down to one end of the resort's beach and were approached about buying drugs, and at the other end an employee kindly told us that we were at the end of the property. These things kind of intimidated us from leaving the resort. As we found out on the last day, we shouldn't have been worried at all-- a bunch of small shops, other resorts, and Margaritaville are up and down Negril's beaches, and my wife and I would have been fine. (Once we learned which people to ignore--non-uniformed Jamaicans walking the beach-- we were not dealing with drug offers.) So even though we stayed on the resort, my wife and I had an awesome time...Dirty dishes don't last a second on your table. The employees are very attentive to your needs--- as though they were working extremely hard for a tip- I was actually kind of sad I couldn't tip them. This also seems to be a great place to meet and mingle with other couples at the resort-- We were more interested in being alone together, but we heard many people call out to each other by name, and many couples meeting up with a small group for dinner. It seemed like most people enjoyed making new acquaintences. Our Garden Atrium Suite with hammock was very nice and relaxing. The room decor isn't tacky like the pictures in a lot of other Jamaican resorts.
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Jun 20th, 2002
Couples Negril All Inclusive

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Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril
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Set on 7 hectares (18 acres) of ponds, tropical foliage, and sand, this Jamaica resort for adult couples faces calm water on Bloody Bay just north of Seven Mile Beach; the city of Negril is 8 km (5 mi) away. read more
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We travle quite frequently and have stayed at All Inclusive resorts many times. This was our first time at a Couples resort and from check in at the airport to check out at the hotel, Couples took very good care of us and our bags, making the process stress free and easy. We were greeted at the airport and taken to the Couples lounge for a drink until our shuttle was ready. The ride is just over an hour to get to Negril, but the peacefulness of the area and calm, clear waters and sunsets was worth the travel time. We did one excursion (ATV) with Chukka and were not to impressed; possibly good for first timers. Otherwise we were perfectly happy relaxing at the resort. We were told it was a fully booked week for the hotel, but you would not have known otherwise. We were very surprised at the quality of the food (Outstanding!) and it is worth bringing proper attire to eat at the Otaheite restaurant at the resort; part of all inclusive. From the sit down restaurants to the buffets, you will not be tired of the food. The resort itself is small, but quaint with NO kids. There is a nude beach next door separated by bushes until they go into the water and then it is visible to all. Some patrons at the resort did go topless on the resort beach, but I believe that is acceptable. The catamaran cruise is pretty much a party boat and not a relaxing enjoy the sunset in peace event. You will experience vendors walking the beach, but security keeps them moving and limited.
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May 1st, 2007
Breezes Grand Resort & Spa Negril All Inclusive

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Norman Manley Blvd, Negril
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This resort faces the calm waters of Bloody Bay just north of Negril's Seven Mile Beach in Jamaica; featured amenities include snorkeling and scuba-diving trips. read more
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We had a wonderful vacation at Brezees Grand Negril. This was our third visit to the resort, but the first in eleven years. Although the resort is showing its age and the service is not what it used to be, we still thouroghly enjoyed our time. We will definitely return, hopefully yearly. The staff was fantastic, especially the bar, food and event staff on the clothing optional beach. The food at the breakfast and lunch buffets was very good, and we highly recommend the Japanese (whats- up!!)and French restaurants for dinner. Overall the resort was very quiet and relaxing, especially at the c/o beach and pool. The other guests were friendly and it was a pleasant aptmosphere. The spa massages by Verna and Brenda were the best we've had. A couple of suggestions for the management would be to update the c/o pool and beach area and make mandatory nude to eliminate some of the visitors just there to hang out and look, and also to have a few more different daily activities in that area. There was plenty of offsite excursions to participate in for an extra cost. We went to Ricks Cafe to see a the cliff divers and a sunset, it was ok to do once, for the rest of the time we were content to stay at the resort and relax. We would recommend this resort to any couple for a relaxing luxury vacation at a good value.
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Apr 17th, 2007
Riu Palace Tropical Bay All Inclusive

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Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril
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Situated in the center of the beach bordering semi-circular, calm-water Bloody Bay, this tranquil Jamaica resort offers limited children's activities while catering to adults. read more
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My husband and I love an all inclusive resort. The beach/water at this resort was a 10 plus, plus, plus! It made up for the food in the buffet which was not the best. The room was comfortable and clean with a well stocked mini bar. The staff was EXCELLENT they could not do enough for you. The al carte restaurants were very good BUT you have to be in line for the reservation at 7:30 am to get a reservation. The desk tells you 8 - 10 am but DO NOT get there past 8 am or you won’t get a reservation. NO GOOD! The resort is small so you can see it all. Overall, we had a fantastic time!
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Jun 20th, 2007
The Caves All Inclusive

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West End, Negril
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Secluded on cliffs south of Negril's beach-resort areas, this open-air resort in Jamaica accepts no more than 24 guests (minimum age 16) and offers access to the sea via cliffside paths and jumping-off spots. read more
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If you're looking for a relaxing getaway at an all-inclusive with no beach just a cliffside (i.e. no panhandlers) this is the place for you. View is beautiful, staff is attentive but not overbarring and food is wonderful (if you enjoy fish, chicken and standard American breakfasts). Did not particularly like that tipping was allowed at an all-inclusive, stressed me out a bit since I didn't know what to tip. But since the exchange rate was 85 Jamaican Dollar to 1 USD, I think anything is appreciated. We tipped the individuals that helped us on a daily basis near the end and then left a pool tip on the credit card at check out. I only left the resort one day to take a sunset "booze cruise", it was a good time and we snorkeled for 25 minutes. Rick's Cafe is only about 0.25 miles away so it's walkable, but I wouldn't suggest walking too much further. Things we learned...spring for the transportation to & from the airport thru The Caves (call ahead). It costs a little more, but is a direct shot to/from the airport. Otherwise you make stops at many other resorts and it takes 2 hrs, versus about 1.25 hrs direct. Get the cave hot tub at sunset, not moon light. You can't see anything for the moon, but sunset would be beautiful. You can buy all of the souveneirs you want at the airport, may be a little more expensive but much less hassle. Be prepared to be propositions for various "things," not at the resort, but anytime you leave. Finally, make sure you have a Dark & Stormy!
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Dec 14th, 2006
Samsara Resort

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West End Road, Negril
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This oceanfront hotel is dramatically arrayed atop low seaside cliffs within 2 km (1 mi) of downtown. Sunning terraces provide panoramic views and ladders leading down to snorkeling/diving reefs. read more
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This hotel is not your fancy tv advertised resorts but it is comfortable, clean and the staff very friendly. We went all inclusive and the food was local cuisine and tasty. Breakfast was usually a bust unless you arrived early because things were placed in warmers and late breakfast resulted in "novelty eggs". Not much activity to do at the resort except hang out at the scenic bar and visit with other guests. The pool was clean and well maintained. Swimming/snorkeling off the cliffs was beautiful. I definitely would stay cliff side versus "garden side". Also due to high humidity I would opt for a room with air conditioning. The desk staff can help with scheduling any tours you would like. The resort is somewhat gated and there is a security guard late at night. Although the resort does not have internet access there is an internet cafe across the street. There is a daily shuttle to the sister resort on the beach and that area is quite pleasant and close to duty free shopping. I would recommend this resort for those that are budget conscious and do not require the "finer" things.
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Oct 8th, 2003
Legends Beach Resort

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Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril
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This beachfront family-owned-and-operated resort lies just over 2 km (1.2 mi) north of downtown Negril on Jamaica's renowned Seven Mile Beach, from which guests have access to the calm, sandy-bottom Caribbean Sea. read more
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This resort was everything that we could have hoped for and more. We had an ocean view room with a king size bed over the dining area. Easy access to beach, dining & pool. The dining staff couldn't have been friendlier or more hospitable. Mama, our cook, fixed delicious meals. Enjoyed the opportunity to sample local cuisine. Food was plentiful with something for everyone's liking. Definitely recommend the all inclusive. Safety boxes were available for rent $3.00 a day, to store your valuables. Towels were provided but had to be exchanged for clean ones at the front desk. Minor inconveinece but no big deal. Sherlock & Mike made our beach experience terrific. Felt safe & comfortable at all times. The Jamican culture was clearly evident in this small resort. Very colorful decor and family like atmosphere. Sister resort Samsara was more upscale & offered a different experience with the cliffs & basic layout. Appreciated the availablilty to access both resorts. This was our first trip to this beautiful island. It was a wonderful vacation.
5
Oct 29th, 2005
CocoLaPalm Seaside Resort

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Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril
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This family-owned-and-operated resort in Jamaica offers lounging in the shade of seagrape trees along Negril's seven-mile beach and relaxation amid lushly gardened grounds. read more
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We really enjoyed our stay at the CoCo La Palm. Our room was very clean. It was bare bones of course for the price but was good for what little we paid for it. The bed however was a nightmare. It was so hard and our backs hurt every morning. The wait staff was excellent. The drinks aren't that great though. If you want good drinks there is a small Bar called Irie on the beach toward the cliffs just a 10 minute walk from the resort and they have the BEST rum punch in town. Food at the resort was a little overpriced for what you got but the free continental breakfast was GREAT. Their Banana bread is awesome. We felt very safe there. We actually didn't lock our room all week. We just assumed it locked when you left but it didn't. Therefore, our room was unlocked all week and not a thing was touched. Do the glass bottom boat tour. Its well worth it to snorkel at the Coral Reef. Its a beautiful stretch of beach. All the people we met from all inclusive resorts wished they did it like we did. Stayed at a lower priced resort and ate the local food. We saved around $1000 by doing it that way. We will be back to Coco La Palm and have told friends about our stay and they will be visiting too. Also we liked that it was an American Owned resort also.
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May 13th, 2004