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The Caves

The Caves Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Arguably Jamaica's most romantic escape (for adults only), the Caves' 12 unique, private cottages and suites are tucked along lush garden paths and dramatic seaside cliffs (there's no beach). High-quality, locally focused cuisine, a top-shelf bar, and intimate, incredibly attentive service make it Jamaica's best all-inclusive, though nearby Tensing Pen and Rockhouse offer similar settings at cheaper prices.

Couples Negril

Couples Negril Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 234-room beach resort delivers more than the free meals and cheap booze of the typical all-inclusive; offerings include top-shelf liquor, unlimited golf, water sports and excursions, airport transfers and minibars that are re-stocked daily. Of course, the atmosphere is anything but intimate, with hundreds sharing a packed beach, rowdy pool, and crowded restaurants -- but it's a bit less crowded, and often cheaper, than its sister property Couples Swept Away. Rooms here are arguably nicer as well, though some may find Bloody Bay location less appealing than Swept Away's location on Seven Mile Beach.

Couples Swept Away Negril

Couples Swept Away Negril Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Restricted to couples ages 18 and up, this large (though quiet) 312-room all-inclusive is on one of Jamaica's best beaches. Modern rooms with Wi-Fi and iPod docks, quality food, and a low-key atmosphere best Sandals, but Couples isn't as intimate as the Sunset at the Palms or The Caves. Hundreds of guests share the beach and restaurants.

Tensing Pen

Tensing Pen Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With an intimate collection of 17 cottages (22 rooms), Tensing Pen is where guests come to unplug -- no TVs, phones, or radios in the rooms -- and enjoy the breathtaking cliffs of Negril's west end. The pool, spa, and restaurant are a little smaller and less popular than at the similarly priced, similarly styled Rockhouse boutique, but most guests prefer the quiet exclusivity found here.

Grand Lido Negril

Grand Lido Negril Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Grand Lido's great liquor, decent food, 24-hour room service, intimate setting, and naked hot-tub parties bring a little grown-up indulgence to the more traditional, family-focused all-inclusive resort scene. However, that indulgence comes with a rather over-inflated price tag and the guest rooms are showing considerable wear -- Couples Swept Away is often the better deal.

Riu Palace Tropical Bay All Inclusive

Riu Palace Tropical Bay All Inclusive Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Renovated in December 2008, this is one of the Caribbean's best Rius. At 416 rooms, it's still a crowded mega-resort, but modern rooms with marble bathrooms, a calm beach, and a top-notch activities staff make this a great choice for couples and families (especially with pull-out sofas in every room). Partiers, however, should look elsewhere.

Legends Beach Resort

Legends Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 50-room beach resort has two pools, an open-air restaurant and bar, and a coveted spot at the tip of Negril’s Seven Mile Beach. Though its pools are standard rectangles, the competing Negril Tree House only has one pool (albeit one with ocean views.) Legends Beach Resort guests can also take free daily shuttles to the property’s sister resort, Samsara Cliff Resort & Spa, for access to a spa, two more pools, a stunning cliff-top sundeck, and one of the area’s best restaurants. The rooms may be basic, but the price is right for what you get.

Firefly Beach Cottages

Firefly Beach Cottages Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 22-unit beach hotel oozes Jamaican authenticity, with colorful and flower-filled grounds, an action-packed beachfront setting, and a friendly local staff. Make no mistake, this is not a luxury resort -- there is no pool, spa, or proper fitness center, and modern comforts such as air-conditioning and TVs are largely missing. But those in search of a genuine experience at low rates should be pleased. Guests should note, however, that the property is nude-friendly.

Negril Tree House Resort

Negril Tree House Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 70-room Treehouse is about the most relaxed hotel in Jamaica, almost to a fault. There’s only a skeleton crew on staff at night, and rooms feature little more flat-screen TVs. But most guests don't seem to care, once they're swinging on a porch hammock overlooking Jamaica’s best beach. Plus, great bars and restaurants are right next door.

ClubHotel Riu Negril

ClubHotel Riu Negril Rating: 3.0 Pearls

A friendly resort with a mellow beach, free minibars, and a surprisingly solid buffet -- the Riu Negril is a great value. Rooms aren't spectacular, and many activities require a long walk across the sprawling resort, but most guests are sold once they join revelers on the dance floor.

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  • Bar at Pool
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