Negril and the West

Accommodations

 

Negril definitely has something for everyone when it comes to finding the ideal place to stay. From couples-only, all-inclusive resorts, to hip, inexpensive independent cottages by the sea and exclusive villas, there's an option for every taste and budget. Low-season and high-season rates apply here as much as, if not more than, the other tourism centers on the island. Some establishments increase rates in the middle of the low season for special events like Independence weekend at the beginning of August, when Jamaicans from "yard" and "abroad" flock for a torrent of nonstop parties that last for days on end.

Accommodations and food are divided geographically by Negril's roundabout, which can be used to distinguish between the properties on either side of Norman Manley Boulevard from those on the other side of town along West End Road, also referred to as "The Cliffs". Within each price category, the accommodations are organized from north to south.

Seven-Mile Beach starts at the mouth of Negril River and stretches the length of Long Bay as well as Bloody Bay farther north. Long Bay is fronted by a multitude of small hotels as well as large all-inclusive resorts on its northern end.

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Negril Beach Villa

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.

In: Villas

The Cliff

Relax on Negril's West End in Style at this luxury 33-room resort hideaway

In: Villas, Hotels, European Plan

Idle Awhile Villas

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.

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Home Sweet Home Resort

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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Blue Hole Gardens Victorian Cottage

Blue Hole Gardens Victorian Cottage (starting at US$220/night) sits perched on a hill at the top of 94 steps ascending from a rustic bar that belies the understated luxury of the accommodations above. Overlooking canefields and the magical Blue Hole Gardens, the cottage has two bedrooms on the upper level, each with a full bath -- an antique bathtub in one, an outdoor shower in the other, and two adjoining bedrooms below that share a full bath between them.

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The Spa Retreat

If you want to be pampered in Negril, look no further

In: European Plan

Half Moon Beach Cabins

Accommodation is offered at Half Moon Beach in a number of cabins (cash only). Coconut Cabin (US$65) is a one-bedroom with a bathroom, ceiling fan, and mini fridge. Blue Moon Cabin (US$75) has two bedrooms that share a bathroom, sleeping up to four, plus ceiling fans and mini fridge. Seagrape I (US$65) and Seagrape II (US$65) each have one bed and bath with ceiling fans; they share a balcony. Half Moon Beach is one of the few places in Jamaica ideal for camping for those with their own tent (US$15).

In: Guesthouse

Bluefields Villas

Bluefields Villas are easily the area's most luxurious accommodation option, and among the most scrupulously maintained villas in Jamaica. If you've ever had the desire to feel like royalty, there is no better place than The Hermitage (US$5,600/8,400 weekly low/high season). Antique furniture and four-poster beds, seamlessly integrated with the classic design of the spacious villa, seem to have been specially created for a neocolonialist emperor.

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Culloden Cove

Off the beaten path, with all the comforts of home: prepare to unwind

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Horizon Cottages

Horizon Cottages (US$125/150 each cottage, nightly, low/high, three-night min) define rustic chic, with two waterfront cozy wooden cottages, Sea Ranch and Rasta Ranch on Bluefields Bay in Belmont. Each cottage is tastefully decorated with local artwork and has classic wooden louvered windows, queen-size beds, soft linens, attached bath with private outdoor showers, and cute, functional kitchens.

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