Resorts In Negril
My husband and I have been to Jamaica many times, and we have
usually stayed in one of the all inclusive resorts in Negril.
This year we thought we would try something different and book
a stay at one of the smaller resorts in Negril.
We weren't sure what too expect, and wondered if we were making
a big mistake by renting a condo on Negril Beach. But when we
got there, we were very impressed, and very pleased!
We stayed in a large private suite on the top floor of a lovely
villa that looked out over the water. The villa was right near
the water's edge, and we couldn't have been more pleased with
In the past, when we had stayed in the large all inclusive resorts
in Negril, we had often been told that it was somewhat of a risk
to leave the resort grounds, and the resort staff discouraged
us from going out and exploring Negril. But we found to our pleasant
surprise that this was not at all true. Negril Beach was lovely
and filled with people from all over the world. There were dozens
of great restaurants serving local Jamaican dishes that we'd never
seen in all our stays in the large all inclusive resorts in Negril.
We spent many of our evenings in the numerous nightclubs and
bars that run up and down Negril Beach. We saw local Jamaican
musicians playing live reggae music, another thing we'd never
seen in the large resorts in Negril. It was so much fun!
Right next door to our villa there was a great bar and restaurant.
They served great food and drinks well into the night. The villa
staff was great and friendly, and helped us out with all of our
questions and our needs.
The villas we stayed in were surrounded by lovely gardens with
towering fruit and almond trees, and were filled with exotic flowers.
The whole setting - right next the the water, was so lovely...we
felt badly that we had missed out on so much on our previous visits
to Jamaica by staying in the large resorts in Negril.
We were so glad that we took a chance and stayed in a condo.
With all the incredibly wonderful experience we'd had with the
resort staff, the restaurants, the nightclubs and the local people.
I don't think we'll be booking another stay in any of the large
resorts in Negril again.