We've stayed here twice (2009 & 2014). It is well situated, just get out by the beach and stroll on the 7 mile white sand beach full of restaurants, bars, shops and hotels offering services.
People at the hotel keep track of you every time you leave and reenter the premises. Nice size pool, continental breakfast included with optional menu at extra charge (they do take CC in case you don't carry cash), tasty breakfast, but do not expect american size meals, they are normal to small portions. They used to have buffet breakfast, not anymore. Beach towels are gone by 8am, you can always request more if you ask the maid, they keep big bags of it in the back room behind the gym. Gym available for a fee. Rooms come with 1 double bed(Ok)+1 single (Ok)+sofa-bed(not so comfortable). Safe included, no extra charge. No fridge but you can rent one I think for $8 or $12 a day, not worth it, just get a bucket of ice and done. Rooms have AC, so keep it cold during the day, that will be enough. We bought patties one night for breakfast and stayed good until next morning.
Do not take the taxi in there, just take the local taxi outside on the main street, if you are sharing, make sure the taxi has the logo outside their car, you pay 120 jamaicans dollars (=US$1.20) from there to the roundabout. From the roundabout to the cliffs is a different and extra fee. I think is J$130.
Each room comes with a patio/deck. Laundry facility available to do it your self. The lobby has 2 old desk computers with free internet access, limited time usage to allow other guests to use them. If you want to take a tour or a ride to and from Montego Bay Airport you can always contact Kenny (876-384-1371), he's been the best one we ever had, and we will contact him next time we go. He is fun, helpful, the best tour guide….he made our stay/tour to be the best part of our trip. In one day we requested several places to go on our tour and he knew there were other places to visit within the route, he offered them for the same price, we did Peter Tosh's house/grave, Black river, YS Falls, Appleton State and Pelican Bar. We made it to every single place and he even made sure our destinations were open by the time we were arriving, i.e. our last location was the Pelican Bar, it was about to close, he called them and those guys waited for us since there is a boat involved to take from shore to a mile in the sea where this bar is located…it is a must go, make sure when you get back from the boat to spray your self fully with OFF for mosquitoes, they ate us alive in 2 seconds from shore to the taxi (just a couple steps in). The road is rough since it rains a lot and the government doesn't patch them all right away, be patient. The bonus was driving by the bamboo street, beautiful!.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Intimately nestled within 2.5 Acres of lush flora, this 57-room hotel faces the Caribbean right on Negril's seven-mile beach, famed for its powdery white sand and spectacular sunsets. Rooms is a convenient base for the adventure-seeking, destination exploring traveler and within a quaint walking distance of an authentic Jamaican experience. The hotel features ocean front and spacious family rooms, swimming pool, on site restaurant and bar, gift shop, fitness center and Internet cafe. Rooms operates a continental plan and provides a daily continental breakfast. Fridges are available at an additional cost. ... more less
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