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Rockhouse Hotel

Rockhouse Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The lush, laid-back Rockhouse creates a holistic haven -- gourmet dining, morning yoga, cliffside loungers, a premium spa, no kids under 12, and beautiful eco-appropriate design. But most astounding are the reasonable rates. (The slightly chicer Caves costs about three times more.)

Samsara Cliff Resort & Spa

Samsara Cliff Resort & Spa Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located in a prime spot on Negril’s West End Road, this 50-room resort has an impressive offering of features for this budget-friendly price: two pools, an expansive waterfront, a breezy spa, two restaurants, and a PADI dive center. Though the rooms are bland and basic, with air conditioning provided only at an extra cost, the grounds themselves are beautifully maintained with plenty of flora and exceptional oceanfront vistas. Rates are extremely low for this area, and an all-inclusive option attempts to give guests an even better deal. Still, it may not prove to be the best option, given the number of restaurants and bars a short distance away.

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

With a central location on beautiful Seven Mile Beach, a pool and whirlpool, and clean, comfortable rooms, the Negril Tree House Resort is a great budget option for families, couples, and groups. A good-sized buffet breakfast is included, and the hotel also features a beach bar and grill with freshly-made jerk chicken, as well as room service. While the resort is small and has fewer amenities than some of the other properties on the beach, its proximity to other activities and restaurants provides guests with plenty of nearby options. Massages on the beach can be arranged and yoga classes are available. The beachfront restaurant and bar occasionally host live music, and though the scene is lively, it's not out-of-control spring break style.

Country Country Beach Cottages

Country Country Beach Cottages Rating: 2.5 Pearls

With colorful cottages and an open-air restaurant, Country Country Beach Cottages offers a fun, relaxed atmosphere on Negril’s Seven Mile Beach. The guest rooms at this small resort are housed in individual cottages located just a short walk from the water. Gardens and greenery offer the cottages some seclusion. The private beach area, though small, offers easy access to plenty of nearby restaurants, vendors, and shops. Overall, this budget property is a solid value -- with free breakfast and Wi-Fi -- but there are few on-site features and facilities are stark. It's worth comparing prices with the nearby Negril Tree House Resort.

Nirvana on the Beach

Nirvana on the Beach Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Designed for travelers who want to explore, Nirvana on the Beach is a solid pick for families, large groups, and guests who plan to spend most of their time checking out the beach and other attractions instead of hanging out at the hotel. With a central location on Negril’s Seven Mile Beach, the property is walking distance from a variety of shops, bars, and dining options. The hotel itself is lacking a restaurant, a pool, and other public amenities commonly found at properties in the area. The majority of the room types have full-size kitchens and plenty of space, making a stay at Nirvana feel more like renting a short-term apartment than visiting a resort.

Catcha Falling Star Resort

Catcha Falling Star Resort Rating: 2.5 Pearls

There's no lobby or elaborate features, but Catcha's quaint cliffside huts come with warm service, open-air showers, breathtaking sunsets, comfortable beds, and simple homemade cuisine. Most guests are too focused on the blissful setting to notice the grainy TV reception or absence of a phone (cell phones available upon request); no guests under 15 adds to the quiet.

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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