Val's Comfort Inn (US$70 nightly) is an apartment space, with 1 bedroom, 1 bath, air conditioning and hot water, along with other basic facilities like an ironing board, TV set and blow dryer. Its 5 to 10 minute distance from beaches and popular shopping areas is an advatage, since guests can easily visit close attractions while on vacation. The location is perfect for relaxation since it's quiet and private, with seated patios and porches for having meals or observing nature. House rules dictate there should be no pets and no parties or events during your stay.
Negril has become Jamaica's foremost beach town, evolving over the past decade along with the changing nature of the tourists who come to bask in the sun and adopt the island's pace. Today, world-class restaurants and lodging provide an alternative to the low-key guesthouses and seafood stalls that became the norm during Negril's transition from fishing village to tourist boomtown in the 1970s. What was once Jamaica's secret paradise is today the heart of the island's diversified tourist economy.
Pure Garden Resort Negril (US$55 nightly) is a cozy 31 room family friendly hotel with the perfect atmosphere to enjoy the warmth of Jamaica. Each Jamaican style room is complete with 2 beds and an en-suite bathroom along with wifi and cable tv, among other amenities. Tropical flowers, birds, lush gardens and the beach across the street create beautiful scenery and weather. Trying the amazing Italian restaurant on site is a must when visiting.
Jah Freedom Gesthouse (from $US65 nightly) is a beautiful guesthouse located on Mountain Road - West End, Negril, conveniently,a 5 minute walk or 30 second drive from the center of Negril. This 3 story building's accomodations include 4 guestrooms, 1 bedroom, 3.5 bathrooms, a living room, kitchen, and 2 recording studios. Guests have the option of preparing meals or making arrangements for food, and laundry services at a reasonable price.
Zimbali's Culinary Retreat (from US$450 dbl, all inclusive) offers visitors a comfortable way to experience the most idyllic life imaginable as a Rasta living in the hills of Westmoreland. The boutique property operates as an all-inclusive, integrated tour operator providing all food and transport for one-, three-, four-, five- and seven-night packages. The five double occupancy suites and a larger two-bedroom cottage that sleeps four are comfortably decorated with local wood and wicker furniture.
Skylark Negril Beach Resort (from US$95/175 Low/High) is a modern, minimalist 28-room boutique hotel that wouldn't be out of place on Miami Beach, though it clearly draws creative inspiration from a deep appreciation of Jamaica and its singular culture and musical heritage. The beach club vibe begins in the airy lobby where leafy wallpaper and bamboo ceiling panels add organic elements that warm the white washed walls adorned with classic Jamaica posters.
Negril Beach Villa (US$1071.50 nightly, min. three nights) is a secluded three-bedroom villa with a private pool on 1.5 acres and 400-feet of beachfront facing Bloody Bay. Rooms have king beds, A/C and private bathrooms. The rental includes full staff and Internet.
Relax on Negril's West End in Style at this luxury 33-room resort hideaway
Idle Awhile Villas (USD 300/400 low/high per bedroom, plus 20% taxes and gratuity) were taken over by Jamaican hotelier Lee Issa and managed by his wife's boutique hotel group, both stellar operators who are never too far to be engaged in the day-to-day. The property was acquired in 2015 and underwent upgrades before being reopened gracing Seven-Mile beach with a top-notch villa offering. The villas come all the amenities of home, and then some, like king-size beds, wifi and a billiards table, butler, chef and housekeepers.
Home Sweet Home (US$99/169-US$139/259 low/high season) is a no-frills cliffside accommodation that has basically everything you need to be comfortable on Negril's West End: clean rooms with A/C and TV, balconies overlooking the Caribbean, a pool and a little restaurant with decent food. The location is also good, as it's one of the first hotels heading southwest on West End Road from the roundabout that marks the center of Negril, so it's quite proximate to Seven-Mile Beach. Wi-Fi is included.
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