Went to the bar outside to get a beer usually its $2 but this year they bumped it up to 3.50 for a red strip for the tourists..I asked the bartender why,?? she said the owner wanted to make more from the tourst
I stopped with friends for coffee and we loved the vibe. We decided to come back for breakfast. We had more delicious coffee and Western omelettes and they were divine!! Remarkable by the volume of luscious ingredients and beautifully light and wispy edges. This group of foodie friends really enjoyed this breakfast experience. Sharna, you are the best. Thanks so much.
Were asked to pay full amount on arrival, in hind sight probably due to the state of the room. The room was a few meters from a busy bar/cafe on the main road, which is so loud until early hours of the morning and you hear them opening up a few hours later. Very loud and hard to sleep. The air conditioning did not work and the room was very hot. Amenities are poor and the safe also did not work. Looks like it was decorated in the dark. Staff were unsympathetic and service very poor. The private beach advertised is part of a bar, a 10 minute walk down an alley and strewn with plastic. Save your money, stay in a hostel or even a cell
The Staff are friendly and the Food is excellent. The stone baked pizzas are to die for, and the Italian food is very authentic. The Rooms are clean and cleaned everyday and the location is near to Times Sq (150 yards) and the 7 mile beach is a stones throw. So all in all, well worth it. It is also close enough (Walking distance) for the night life and bars but not to close to be noisy. I would stay again!
Sunrise Club is a beautifully landscaped hotel. Each room is semi detached, and surrounded by lush tropical plants. I felt completely secure and welcomed. There is a restaurant and an outdoor, covered bar, where we spent much time. The staff are all very friendly and helpful. The owner is on site and very approachable. Great coffee, a must for me in the morning! The rooms are basic and adequate. It is not fancy, but I was always comfortable. The restaurant serves both Italian specialties and Jamaican fare, and has a wood fired pizza oven. We ate dinner there a few times, but breakfast every day. It was always delicious, and the portions were so big we quickly decided to share, and even that was a lot! Access to the beach is just across the street. It is a quick walk to the "mall" and the ATM. There is a taxi driver who waits out front, so if you need a ride you don't have to go looking. All in all, this is a wonderful place from which to experience Negril. I will stay here again, and highly recommend it.…