We went to The Caves for our anniversary. There were mostly honeymooners staying there. It is not a good choice for singles whom want an active night scene, though Rick's is right down the street. It is a beautiful, boutique hotel. Most of the rooms are bungalow style with one air-conditioned room downstairs and one open-air room upstairs. The upstairs rooms tend to have the gorgeous views of the ocean, but, can get a bit buggy at night. We stayed in Macka Tree which was upstairs and has a gorgeous view. My favorite spot was sitting on the couch with the windows open, the breeze flowing in and reading a good book while sipping a martini (drinks are included with premium brands offered). We left the lights out after dark. So, the bugs weren't too bad and there is a mosquito net for the bed that they spread for you during the turn down service. We were told that it had been unusually dry, so, the mosquitos weren't as prevalent as they usually are. Some nights there was a strong breeze and it was lovely, other nights it was still and got a little warm. We placed the standing fan within the mosquito netting, which helped. The staff at the resort are very friendly and helpful. Our favorites were Paul and Patrick. During the day, Paul is always smiling and helpful with kayaking, snorkeling or diving. You need to try the 15', 20', or 30' dive at least once. Paul will show you how it is done. Patrick is a lot of fun and keeps the party going. I believe he is a manager, but, we called him our fun director. Thanks for everything guys! We had a fantastic couples massage, one of the best massages ever, oceanfront with the breeze and sounds helping us to relax. Highly recommend the spa services. The resort has excellent security and we felt very safe while there, but, not so much off the resort. It is best to go with a driver. We discovered Robert with Determination Tours and Taxi Service, [--]. He has a huge, air-conditioned 12+ man mini-van and is reasonably priced. He picked us up at the hotel and escorted us around all day for shopping. Loved Times Square for souvenirs & jewelry, the craft market for wood carvings, and the local grocery store was the best price for coffee and perishables (Robert's suggestion). It was worth the extra expense of having him stay with us as we felt safer and were hassled less. He drove us to the airport and made the drive informative and interesting and was cheaper and better than the hotel's driver. We went diving with Negril Scuba Center on the beautiful 7 mile beach and the owner, David, picked us up and dropped us back off. We tipped him well for that service. They do refresher courses and beginner diving too. We are advanced divers and were very surprised that the diving was very worthwhile. There is a lot of beautiful marine life and coral only a 10 minute boat ride from shore. We dove the "Throne Room" which was fun as you dive through a hole into a vaulted chamber. There were many interesting places to explore during our 3 different dives. If you are a diver, make sure you go. I could not find anything about it before our trip, but, am glad that we tried it.