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Negril Escape Resort & Spa
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Reviewed 17 December 2012

Stayed here for 6 days for my birthday getaway. The hotel hosted a welcome dinner for my guest on the first night of arrival which was perfect. They catered to our every need and I appreciated it. They also hosted my birthday Luau for about 30 guest and decorated to go with our theme and I was very impressed. This resort is on the cliff side on Negrils West End and boast the most amazing sunsets you will ever find. Each building has a theme and is decorated to enhance the theme. We stayed in Passage to India, Jamrock and Romancing the Kalbash and all rooms were great. All rooms had fresh flowers, very spacious, a patio with chairs and hammocks to relax, television, air conditioning and bathroom amenities. The staff is very friendly. The owners are very accommodating. The property is a beautiful place to host any type of event...birthday, weddings, yoga retreats even concerts. We saw Dolphins swimming by during our stay, a few even went snorkeling. If you are looking for affordable rates, beautiful sunsets, friendly staff, great food and a great laid back property, Negril Escape Resort and Spa is the place to stay.

Room Tip: Choose an ocean view room so you can see the ocean in the morning and also enjoy the sunset in the evening
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank melissa b
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Reviewed 27 November 2012

If you're looking for seclusion during the off season, this place has it. We figured out quickly that we were the only two people staying here, which was ok, but lonely at times.

Upon our arrival the pool was being worked on, so that was a little disappointing. The sea is rough that time of year (not a good idea to jump in around the cliffs!), so our only option to get in the water required taking a taxi up to the beach.

As far as Negril goes with service and accommodations, I would give this place 2.5 or 3 out of 5. (You should keep in mind that even the "4 star" places in Negril are nothing like NY or Vegas, as Negril is not a ritzy place in general).

Our room didn't quite feel secure, but since we were generally alone, we didn't worry too much. We didn't have hot water while we were there, but we also didn't ask about it, since we were only staying a short while.

We did enjoy the free breakfast every morning and the low prices at the bar. Wifi worked decently, that was a plus. This was more of a place for us to crash when we came back from other activities, so it served it's purpose.

Wanting to check out a few places in Negril, we only stayed here for part of our trip. Based on the other place we stayed in the same area, you may be better off to spend an extra $10 per night for a better atmosphere.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Diana H
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Reviewed 21 July 2012

This resort is not on the beach, but right on the cliffs. It is possible to swim in the sea from the cliffs. There is good snorkeling right from the resort. We saw even some dolphins. There is no beach on walking distance. In morning there is one free shuttle to the seven miles beach about 7 km from the hotel, which returns in the afternoon. The resort exists our of a number of buildings each with 2 rooms downstairs and 2 up-stairs. Those rooms with sea view are slightly more expensive. Many have a sea view. I spent most of the time enjoying the sea and view from the balcony and reading a book in the hammock. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We were there out of season in May and it was very quiet. The rooms could be improved by screens to keep the few insects out and to be able to sleep with a cool sea breeze rather than using the air conditioning.

This place is great for snorkelers, divers, couples and for families with children that are able to swim well. I do not recommend it for young children, neither for those who love the crowds and want to party.

Breakfast isn't great. The resort restaurant is a bit pricey, but opposite to the exit, a bit to the right, there is a small local eatery were they can prepare good local dishes at budget prices. Hygiene standards might not be as you are used at home, but we never got sick. If you want something special you can order in advance. You should not be in hurry as the service is very relaxed.

Because my son was diving we were able to bargain a sea view room for the price of normal room. The dive centre made a professional impression on us and the dive masters were very friendly.

Room Tip: Pay a bit more for a room with sea view. These are also further from the road, which might give a bit of noise.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Haelen
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Reviewed 9 July 2012

Nice looking campus on the cliffs. Spoiled by poor attitude on the part of management. They seemed resentful I was there. This is off season, so lots of options. I should have left the first day. Lots of petty conflicts over small issues. Finally I moved to another hotel, where everyone was very friendly.

The hotel is not fancy, but is right on the cliffs. Lonely Planet puts it in the luxury category, which is clearly a major exaggeration. But I do not need fancy. What I did not like was the almost hostile attitude.

The dive shop, which is at the hotel, was very nice. Dive masters were friendly and competent. Clear water, Diving not the best in the world but good enough, as one of my friends likes to say about almost everything.

Use the dive shop but don't stay in the hotel.

Room Tip: The front rooms have the best view but are more expensive.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled solo
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2  Thank Whiterhino77
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Reviewed 25 June 2012

Very low key and laid back at this resort. If you're looking for 5* this is not it however, it is very clean and friendly staff - middle of the road accommodation wise with all the amentities.

Room Tip: We stayed in "Out of Africa" room. King bed and our bathroom window overlooked the Caribean! Great reading and views from the hammock!
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank crabsign
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