Negril Tree House Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

There's a water-sports tent on the beach, which charges $50 for Jet Ski rentals and $12 for snorkel equipment. Glass-bottomed boat tours are also available at negotiable rates.

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Best Hotel Beaches in Negril (10 of 10)

 There's a water-sports tent on the beach, which charges $50 for Jet Ski rentals and $12 for snorkel equipment. Glass-bottomed boat tours are also available at negotiable rates.
Negril's Seven Mile Beach is the longest continuous stretch of white sand in Jamaica. The entire beach is public, so the resort guests can mingle with the low-key local vendors wandering along the beach. The Beaches beachfront is perhaps the most family-friendly, with room to spare for walkers, sunbathers, and water-sports enthusiasts without feeling crowded. None of the guest rooms or suites look straight out onto the sand -- Negril's building codes restricted this starting in the 1990s -- so the beach is much broader than in Montego Bay or Ocho Rios. Yet another Beaches-brand resort tops the best-beaches list, since it is also located on Seven Mile Beach. Beaches has two large swimming areas surrounded by buoys, which are meant to protect guests from the occasional Jet Ski or motorboat. The water is shallow, calm, and excellent for young children to swim in. Like anywhere on Seven Mile Beach, there are people in the water at all hours, but the beach itself never feels crowded. Also on Negril's Seven Mile Beach, the adults-only, couples-only Couples Swept Away resort has guest rooms, restaurants, and bars that line the beach. Vendors and musicians stroll down the beach with guitars and bamboo scrapers, playing reggae requests for small tips. Topless sunbathing is allowed here, like anywhere in Negril, but the adults-only rule at this resort makes it somewhat more prevalent. Ample non-motorized water sports are available on the beach, free of charge. At the Tree House Cottages end of Seven Mile Beach, there are always plenty of chairs, and the jerk pit and beach bar are never more than a few steps away. There's a water-sports tent on the beach, which charges $50 for Jet Ski rentals and $12 for snorkel equipment. Glass-bottomed boat tours are also available at negotiable rates.
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