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4.0 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica   |  
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“Not so swept away”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed November 16, 2012

We stayed at CSA 30.10.12-15.11.12.
This was our second visit to CSA. My husband and I were married there in 2008 and did not have a single bad word about it, hence our repeat visit. This time however, we were disappointed on quite a few accounts, which was such a shame, and seriously wish we had not returned.
There were still some fabulous parts to the vacation:
The weather was wonderful considering we arrived straight after hurricane Sandy.
The sports complex was still incredible. We played tennis each morning, the coaches are awesome, the gym well equipped and the lap pool great, although heavenly chlorinated. The only fault was instructors not showing for their classes.
Feathers restaurant is still wonderful and well worth the visit.
The beach is still lovely although far more vendors this time,
The catermaran cruise is still great.
We also did the horse riding excursion from the hotel with Chukka, this involved riding in the mountains and then a splash around in the sea. It was not value for money. The last time we were there we went horse back riding and managed to swim on the backs of the horses, it was not the case this time although we did have a great guide.
We also did the deep sea fishing trip, again arranged through the hotel. This was wonderful, we brought back a tuna that we caught and the chef cooked it for lunch.
The swim up bar was good fun, although not opened for our first four days due to changing its roof. Edwardo, the bar tender was awesome and should be on the stage, highly entertaining!!
There were still plenty of sun loungers and floaters, so you could always select where you wish to bathe.
We went to the managers cocktail dinner party for return guests on the Monday, this was superb with amazing food. We met a lovely couple from Maryland called Paul and Felicia and had dinner with them and their parents. Following this we went to the piano bar and aura nightclub and had a ball ~ real nice folk.
The negatives. Despite booking a garden suite we were put in the Great House, room 5214. It was awful, and would have been given 2* in a budget hotel!! It overlooked next doors air con on the roof of their run down cafe and was incredibly noisy. It had the service road below, catering staff played loud music at 6 am and to cap it off, there was a constant loud vibrating noise in the room 24/7. We did not sleep. It was the chimney from the kitchens that extracted air, literally attached to the side of our balcony. Not good. Because of the location of the room (furthest away possible) and facing the wrong way, we felt completely out of the hol. We did ask to be moved and were done so after a week of enduring the awful place. We were moved to the other side of the Great House. It was better and we overlooked the pool and sea, but it was being able to see other holiday makers that we needed as we had felt so excluded..
This room was adequate. We had problems with the mini bar being stocked and it was only water we required. We had to keep going to the front desk at all ours of the day to pick bottles up. The room was cleanish although there were ants and a couple of roaches,
The food was not as good as 2008. It appears corners have been cut and cost savings made. One understands the recession has a lot to blame but when you are still paying £5000.00 for a 5* hotel you expect 5*. The drinks were ok,but you had to specifically ask for premium drinks this time rather than just be given them, and some of the staff ignored your request.
We had two disasters with restaurants. One was patois. We had no silverware following appetiser and the waitress told us to use our dessert fork, without knife, to eat our steak!! I think not. She marched off but I called her back. Our silverware was thrown down at the table. This waitress belong to a few of the staff that made you feel unwelcome and should be grateful to be there!!!
The next service issue was in Lemongrass. It was the third time we ate in Lemongrass as we had a 15 night hol. It was beyond belief! We were told not to bother ordering appetiser and just order entree. The waiter said he had it sorted, we gave him the benefit of the doubt...the appetiser he sorted was the usual share platter, but had obviously been sitting for ages as it was cold and soggy. We wonder whether wthe chef was trying to get rid it of it because the server had made a mistake. We didn't eat it. My husband then asked if we could order soup since we did not have a option. The server was incredibly rude and you thought it was asking for gold dust, before I even got the change to request shrimp, off he marched (you are supposed to get choice of shrimp, beef or chicken. The soup was slung on the table, so much so, it splashed over the sides of the dish and on to the table cloth. That wasn't eaten either. Entree arrived, and the dishes were soooooo salty they were I edible. We complained, and I spoke to the server to question about his rudeness. He was arrogant and did not care. It is saddening to stay it is supposed to be premium service.
Palms restaurant was ok, lot of buffet food which was fine. The beach parties were indoor both weeks, considering there was nothing wrong with the weather the second Friday which makes you think they could not be bothered.
Some service at the bars were poor, we were served a plastic beach glass at diinner.
A large proportion of the staff seemed p'd of to be working there, and couples need to be reminded that the staff shoukd be their most valuable assessts!
The grills on the beach were good for snacks.
The cocktails were good, especially those served in Palms.
Room service was hit and miss. The room was never made to mid afternoon and yet the turn service was at 6pm when we're just whet showered and because of this we missed the service and the lovely little cards they left.
Water volley and beach volley etc etc did not happen, no recruitment, and no show by the entertainment staff. Activities revolved around bead making jewellery, hat make and weaving basket.....
Nighttime entertainment ok. A few short shows but all closes down at 10.30. Then there's the piano bar. We thought this was great the first vacation but now there's a chap that sings with piano man. He used to be one of the entertainment staff and now sings. all night, sing, sings, at the expense of the guests having ago and having a giggle, is an an annoying want to be Bruno Mars!!
Casino night was a wash out, much as all the other activities.
I did speak with Krystal, ent coordinator that I thought lovely and she did frustrate her thoughts re activities, explaining that this has been mentioned to the management but the management want quiet activities/ no noise.... That's fine for a short relaxing break, but when you are there for 2 weeks sometimes it would have been nice to have something going on.
The grounds were still lovey but need some TLC. washrooms not always clean, no tbathroom paper....basic stuff really, that should be attended to.
We found the drug problems in Negril an issue, you was asked, even when sun bathing on the beach. As soon as went a walk on the beach, you got offered everything. When you explained you did not want drugs you was the offered souvenirs instead....couldn't believe you was offered drugs over souvenirs. Many peep in the hotel smoking.
I could continue but won't... Just check your room before taking it as they do room swaps each day. Take no rubbish from the servers, be careful with the frozen cocktails and the amount of salt in the food as so many people got gastroenteritis and were quite ill
This vacation did take the shine of our previous memory there, we were not swept away this timedeans will not be returning. We will stick to sandals with higher standards, better food and good entertainment

Mandy and Ray

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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
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    • 3 of 5 stars Location
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 15, 2012

We had a fantastic time. Had everything you could ask for. Good service from friendly staff, martini bar, several restaurants, live entertainment, plenty of snorkeling, comfortable rooms, non stop food and drink, jet skiing, If you want an easy going, no decisions to make (except "do I eat lobster or steak tonight) kind of vacation, then go and enjoy yourself. We had 5 great days of sun and then Hurricane Sandy hit north and south of us. We still had a blast. Wish we were still there!

Room Tip: All rooms were nice, closer to the beach is nicer! We stayed in the Oceanview Veranda.
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  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 14, 2012

This was our second time at CSA. Our first time was back in 2008. Still love the place - beautiful beach, great spot, and good food. But, unfortunately, our service was spotty this time. Some examples of this:

- a call from the front desk at 10:15 at night to verify our zip code.
- a loud bonfire takes place on wednesday night. when i called the front desk to ask when it would be over, i got three different answers. (turns out it is 11:30 p.m.)
- there weren't enough pamphlets to give out at a food demonstration and the staff was unable to make more
- we found a package of paper to roll joints left over in our room from previous occupants. we were pretty disgusted that housekeeping would leave this there. the response from the front desk was that they would simply talk to housekeeping.
- our balcony light didn't work. maintenance staff fixed it right away, but the next day, other staff came out to fix it unaware that it had been taken care of.
- front desk was understaffed at all times and there was always a wait
- spa was great, but a little more explanation from the spa desk on what to bring, the use of the relaxation pool, etc., would have been helpful.
- as others have mentioned, the fridge in our room wasn't stocked and we had to tell them daily what to put in it (this was not the case in 2008)
- room service would bang on our patio door and yell room service when arriving in the morning, rather than leaving it out on the porch
- as others have mentioned, it was difficult to find out daily activities. flyers posted around the resort were wrong.

Other notes:
- there were definitely more local people selling items on the beach this time. security did a good job of keeping them away, but they were more bothersome this time and one argued with a guard.
- we like the food, except for the buffet, but it just isn't our style. the resort could improve desserts. the menu at the cabana grill seemed to improve since 2008, but we didn't eat there this time. the menu at sea grapes could be changed more often.

Room Tip: In 2008, we had a first floor "Beachfront Verandah Suite," which was great. Right in the...
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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 14, 2012

This is one resort that really has it all without all . . . and all the while keeping it very simple and easy to enjoy. The food was excellent at every meal, including the late night bbq. The pools were fabulous and well kept. The bars poured excellent cocktails and made to order (custom) drinks . . . my wife and I would ask for light run and pineapple with ice blended up. Our room was great, bed was comfortable, mini bar restocked, and always clean. The workout facility across the street was extremely accommodating; we loved the infused water at that bar. All in all, this is the only way to go as far as an all inclusive. We can’t wait to get back there.

  • Stayed April 2012, traveled on business
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 13, 2012

We went there for a week Nov 5th - 12th for our anniversary trip. This was our first time at an all inclusive in Jamaica. It does take about an hour and half to go there from the Montego Bay Airport. The resort itself is in a great location and the beach is beautiful! The room was fine, I knew going into the vaca that it was not going to be updated/modern. However, we were so close to the road and there was a lot of noise so it was hard not to hear all the cars, motorcycles, honking etc. Just surprised that you were able to hear so much from the roads felt like we were in the middle of a city with all of the noise.

Overall, it was a great trip. And recommend taking the Catamaran cruise and heading over to Ricks Cafe for the sunset.

Room Tip: Stay away from the ROAD!
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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 2 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 13, 2012

We just returned from our second trip to CSA (Nov 3-10). Once again, we LOVED it!

Arrival: Took a non-stop on Jet Blue from Boston. Best flight ever. On time. No line at immigration! Shuttle ride was quick (1 hour 20 min) with a friendly driver who provided sightseeing tips along the way.

Room: We had requested a specific Garden Verandah suite (the same one we had 2 years ago), however it wasn't available for the first 2 nights. We stayed in a different one for 2 days and then they moved us into the one we wanted for the last 5 days. We were SO HAPPY to get our same suite! We love the garden verandah suites because of the location, the lush tropical plants in that area, and the privacy. While I understand that some people prefer to be right on the beach, there is far too much foot traffic along the path for our liking. We once again requested and got a first floor suite so we could just walk out the verandah door and head to the beach, no trekking up and down flights of stairs! (Wish we had known you could get a key to the patio doors!) We were in building 8 which directly faces the jacuzzi in the middle of the property and gives us a great view of the beach and water. When we were in building 6, they had shades you could pull down on the verandah which helped with the late afternoon sun. It would be nice if all of the verandahs had shades. Also, in building 6 suite, there was a very comfy bamboo rocker on the verandah - not so in building 8 - just a small tub chair. They should have those rockers for all suites without hammocks. We were not at all bothered by street noise. In the building 6 suite, there were tiny ants in the bathroom and on the tables by the bed. Not good. I understand it is the tropics, but I don't want ants in my room! There were none in building 8.


Patois Patio: breakfast (3 times) - all excellent! Dinner (twice) - excellent! Special note - they have GREAT PIZZA! If they do not list the kind you like, just ask! Service was great!

Cabana Beach Grill: We ate lunch there a lot because you could go in your bathing suit! LOVED the jerk chicken! Friendly service. Fries, burgers, etc. Wish they still had grilled cheese sandwiches!

Palms: Ate buffet breakfast once, buffet lunch once. Standard choices - good food. Friendly service. Ate ala carte dinner there 3 times - delicious, and well served.

Shipwreck beach party - was a bit disappointed that it was inside the Palms (except for 3 grills by the pool) - maybe due to wind? Food was excellent though! Loved the jerk pork and chicken. Desserts (in general) were a bit boring. 3 days of strawberry ice cream....

Feathers: Did not eat there this time, although we had reservations. You have to reserve 3 days in advance but cannot see the daily menu until that day. The choices were not something we wanted, so we canceled. A bit disappointed. I would think they would always have a beef and chicken dish on the menu.

Did not eat at Lemongrass or Sea Grapes.

Cocktails: The bars only have Kirov and Stoli vodka. Wish they had Absolut. I'm pretty sure they did 2 years ago. I had preordered my mini-bar request (thru Romance Rewards) so we got our fridge stocked the first day - which was nice! It was also nice that we had an ice machine right near our suite in building 8 - no ice close in building 6, which was a bummer. We filled out our daily mini-bar request sheet and always got what we ordered daily. One day we forgot to put the card out at night - asked someone walking by if we could just call and get restocked and he said no, then he offered to get what we wanted! Super nice (thank you, Deville!) They also only have Red Stripe on tap. I don't like draft beer. Really wished they had Red Stripe and Red Stripe light in bottles. My husband drank Caribe in cans, which was okay. The beach service was not as good as 2 years ago. Putting up the green flag did not always mean you got service. We just sat near the Bamboo Bar so we could get our own! No problem!

Sunset catamaran ride was fun! Great, friendly crew. Went by Rick's Cafe, then stopped at Pirate Cove so people could jump in the water if they wanted.

Bonfire - One night there was a big bonfire on the beach at 10 pm. Great idea! They had a bar set up (which we didn't know was there until the end) and a guy playing music. I would have much preferred hearing reggae to Robert Flack's "Killing Me Softly"! It was very quiet and subdued - we left after a 1/2 hour before we fell asleep there! Again - bring on the reggae - it's Jamaica!!

Nighttime entertainment: Was a bit lacking. We went to the Palms for the shows a few times. It was just okay. Maybe it's just me, but I want reggae in Jamaica, not songs from the 50's.... We stopped by the piano bar one night, after so many fabulous reviews, but were not interested in hearing guest karaoke singers doing songs like "Jeremiah Was a Bullfrog." We did not go to the Aura Lounge this time - too late!!

On-Property Vendors: 2 years ago, they had different vendors come in every day and set up on the path to the Palms - which was great. They had really nice stuff. I only saw vendors there 2 out of the 7 days this time.

Daily activities: You have to go and look for a schedule posted by the swim-up bar or somewhere else.....the TV stations that are supposed to show them do not work. 2 years ago, we got a printout of the weekly activities in our room. They need to bring that back.

Beach vendors - They will ALWAYS try to sell you something. They are poor and need money. Be respectful and just say "No thanks" and they will walk away. I saw a girl selling jewelry trying to ask 2 women walking by if they would look at her jewelry, she was polite and not at all in their face. They kept walking, totally ignoring her. So rude! The jewelry girls are more than happy to make you custom pieces if what they have is not exactly what you are looking for! We chatted with many of them and they were so friendly and fun to talk to.

Bugs - Okay, so last time, I got ZERO bug bites. We still went prepared, bringing along Deep Woods OFF towelettes. We made sure to use it before going to the beach at sunset or to the bonfire, etc. I literally still got hundreds of bites! I never felt the bite or saw the bugs. EXTREMELY itchy! (still - 3 days after getting home!) My husband was wherever I was and he got ZERO bites. Prepare. Bring hydrocortisone cream.

Beach - FABULOUS!!! You can walk for miles! The water is clean and clear with beautiful sand! You cannot find a better beach! We were lucky as the resort was pretty empty when we were there so there was never a problem getting a lounge chair. The palapas were tough to get until later in the day, but we wanted sun anyway so moved our lounge chairs down to the water's edge.

All in all, we had a wonderful time. I HIGHLY recommend this resort to anyone who loves the beach, the hot sun, and relaxing! It is nice to have all couples there. It is a very romantic place. We cannot wait to go back!!!!!

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  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 12, 2012

I reviewed this resort back in November of 2010 and had nothing but positive things to say about it. We actually loved it so much that we just got back last night from our 2nd trip and are already planning on going a 3rd time (not sure when, but we definitely HAVE to go back!). We went November 5th through November 12th for our 2 year anniversary. I totally understand why we met so many couples that were on their 10th+ trip!!!

The Beach:
Amazing. The staff is out each morning raking up leaves and raking the sand to make sure it looks amazing when you get up. Lots of chairs and floaty things for everyone no matter how many people are on the beach. Unfortunately tons of people get up at 5am to reserve palapas so those are hard to come by unless you're hardcore like that- I'm not, but there are always plenty of hammocks and shady spots to hang out in.

The Included Activities that we did:
1. Catamaran Cruise. We didn't get around to this last time so we went this time and it was great! We didn't know this before boarding, but it is NOT run by the resort so bring tip $$ for any vendors on board/service you receive. No harm if you don't but remember that this is how people make their living so tip if you remember! This cruise takes you along the gorgeous Negril coast and over to some caves where you can jump in and go swimming. The staff on the boat are really nice and entertaining and the view from the boat is great. Totally a good idea.
2. Shopping Trip: Again, tip your driver! This took us to Time Square which was pretty touristy but a great idea if you want to bring back coffee and rum and don't want to pay resort prices (it's cheaper here).
3. Repeaters Dinner: If you are invited to this- GO. The food was phenomenal.
4. Other things we did were the Tye Dye (I forget the guy's name that ran it but he was freaking hilarious. His name started with a D and he was on the entertainment staff). Also Appleton Rum 101 which goes over the differences between all the rums. We saw the steel drum band which was AMAZING, shipwreck beach party wound up being held in the Palms so that was just okay. Entertainment was pretty good at the palms. Mostly I was tired from drinking so I don't really remember.
5. Margaritaville: We actually could have probably walked here but if you want a ride and to have someone from the resort kind of look out for you, then go on their tour. Pretty touristy but still fun!

The Bars:
The two that we went to (both trips) primarily were the swim up bar and the martini bar. Both of these have GREAT drinks with AMAZING bartenders. You'll get awesome service and with every bartender we encountered we could just be like "give me something fruity with rum" or whatever, and they'll make you something random and fantastic.

The Food:
We didn't make it to Feathers this trip cause we slacked on making reservations so I'm not gonna include it. The Palms is a great buffet restaurant with an a la carte dinner. We went a few times for breakfast, lunch, and once for a la carte dinner and once for buffet dinner. All of it was great. We had a server one night who recognized us the next night and came up to us just to say hi and see how we were. I can't remember her name - I really wish I was better with names!!! Lemongrass is the Thai restaurant that is my FAAAV. We went twice for dinner, the 2nd time being LOBSTER night on Saturday. Amazing, amazing service. Cabana Grill is the one by the pool which is actually quite good! Tried the Jamaican patties, the tikka veggie wrap, and the jerk chicken. They also have sweet potato fries... definitely get those. Patois Patio is a la carte for all three meals and we always had great food! Try the banana stuffed french toast for breakfast, and try at least one of the pizzas!!! I remember one night we had a server named Uleasa (Unsure on spelling, but hey at least I got the name) who was the best server we had at that restaurant. We asked her to get us shots and she came with with overproof and simple syrup- she doesn't mess around!! Hahaha.

The Rooms:
We got upgraded upon arriving which was pretty awesome. The rooms are pretty basic but the beds are comfortable and they'll stock your mini bar with whatever you want.

The Staff:
Everyone that works here is amazing. A few people I want to mention that really stood out are Krystal, Rushaine, and Shelly on the entertainment team. All of them are great and make all the guests feel like they are really at home but those three really stood out for me- especially Rushaine cause he's freaking hilarious. Again all of the servers and bartenders are great. Eduardo and Ruel will definitely take care of you at the swim up bar! Ruel gets everyone engaged at the bar playing games and interacting which is awesome.

So basically, all of this rambling is to let you know that you should just go ahead and book your trip already- unless you randomly hate great service, great food, and a great Carribean vacation!!!

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica
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Location: Caribbean > Jamaica > Westmoreland Parish > Negril
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Number of rooms: 312
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Immediately upon entering Couples Swept Away, you realize that you have arrived in paradise. Exotic flowers bloom amidst acres of green—on seven miles of the purest white sand beach in Negril, Jamaica. Dotted among the tropical gardens—open-air cafes, small pool enclaves and fresh fruit oases are yours to discover. Never crowded or hurried, the resort offers an intimate tranquility and when desired, total seclusion. All rooms embrace a quiet elegance with island cedar furnishings and pure white linens. Plantation shutters open onto private verandahs with views of gardens and azure sea. Breezy open-air restaurants engage candle-lit lanterns and billowing white curtains to strike a romantic note. While the pristine 10-acre sports complex encompasses every imaginable activity, the superb spa serves as a haven of relaxation. Couples Swept Away simply captures your heart and soothes your soul. ... more   less 
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