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difference between 2 resorts in Negril

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difference between 2 resorts in Negril

Need to know the difference between Couples Swept Away and Couples Negril??

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1. Re: difference between 2 resorts in Negril

CSA: 312 rooms, 3 pools, 5 jacuzzis, 6 eateries.

CN: 234 rooms, 2 pools, 4 jacuzzis, 4 eateries.

Same inclusions at both. CSA has a disco, sits on more lively beach, more vendors/peopel watching. Also has biggest work out area in Negril. CN sits on more quiet area of beach and all around different room looks vs. CSA. No tipping at either. Really you can't go wrong with either. LOVE the Couples brand and have did CSA/CSS & headed back to CSA this year. Hope this helps a bit:)

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CSA is just a bit up the road from CN. CN is on Bloody Bay and CSA is on 7 mile beach. Opinions vary, but having been to both here is mine. CSA is more Caribbean Chic style, the whole property is covered with lush vegetation and feels very romantic and secluded. CN is more of a typical beach hotel style. CSA has the better beach, whiter sand, better setting, CN has a better pool/swim up bar. CN allows nudes in their own area, CSA does not.

We prefer CSA. CSA also has a nightclub and an extra restaurant for sit down made to order breakfast if the buffet for breakfast isn't your thing.

There are tons of threads on here discussing the differences, enjoy reading!

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Scarlett and the captain have done well with the differences. If I can add a few...

The pool bar at CN is much larger than at CSA. That is a big plus for us. CN has a more compact layout than CSA. At CN all the communal areas are in the middle of the resort. At CSA they tend to be at the ends of the resort.

We think that the Bloody Bay beach where CN is located is prettier than the Long Bay beach where CSA is located. But that's like saying you think Scarlett Johanssen is prettier than Kate Upton.

We prefer CN, but CSA is a wonderful resort as well.

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Here is a thread that expands your question to include Sandals Negril: tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g147313-i70-k75169…

I especially thought at reply 7 was very complete.

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Thanks for the info everyone!

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CSA has 10 tennis courts and a 25m lap pool. Its tennis program is the best of any resort we've been to in the Caribbean and Mexico. CSA has beachfront rooms steps from the water with balconies that overlook the sea.

We choose CSA over CN for its amazing sports complex and tennis program.

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We have stayed at CSA 9x (#10 coming up in 2 weeks) and CN 3x. We enjoy both but prefer CSA for:

- Longer beach

- More dining options with ala carte options at breakfast and lunch

- Great sports complex with guest instructors for yoga

- Large terraces on all rooms

- Lay out of resort

- Open air martini bar and more open air dining options

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