Couples Resorts in Negril, Jamaica

Couples Resorts in Negril, Jamaica
Negril, Jamaica, is a popular destination for couples looking for a Caribbean vacation. Negril, which is located on Jamaica's famous Seven-Mile beach, plays host to a number of couples-only and adult-only resorts, many of which are all-inclusive and feature everything from gourmet restaurants to luxury spas to sunset cruises. All of the resorts listed offer water sports and scuba diving as part of the all-inclusive package.

Couples Negril

Couples Negril is an all-inclusive, couples-only resort that has been named a "best resort" by Travel + Leisure magazine. According to TripAdvisor, the average all-inclusive rate is $491 a night; guests must stay a minimum of three nights. Rates include the room, all food and drink (the resort features five unique restaurants and four bars), taxes and gratuity, shopping excursions to downtown Negril, watersports and scuba diving, boat and catamaran cruises and tours and unlimited golfing.

Couples Negril
PO Box 35
Norman Manley Blvd.
Hanover, Jamaica
(876) 957-5960
http://www.couples.com/13cn/index.html

Couples Swept Away

Unlike Couples Negril, Couples Swept Away allows same-sex couples. The resort, which features a 10-acre sports complex and healthy gourmet food, has been in the Conde Nast Traveler list of Top 10 Caribbean resorts four years in a row. Frommer's Travel Guide highly recommends Couples Swept Away, calling it "one of the best beachside hotels in Negril -- conscious of both sports and relaxation." The TripAdvisor average all-inclusive rate is $492 a night; a three-night minimum stay is required.

Couples Swept Away
PO Box 3077
Norman Manley Blvd.
Westmoreland, Jamaica
(876) 957-4061
http://www.couples.com/12sw/index.html

Sandals Negril

Another couples-only, all-inclusive resort, Sandals Negril, touts customer service excellence. Sandals highlights its butler services and 24-hour room service, as well as the fact the resort has received a 5-Star Diamond rating for service excellence. Like the other all-inclusive resorts, all food and drinks are included; Sandals Negril has six restaurants and five full-service bar, including a "signature swim-up pool bar." According to Forbers Traveler, Sandals Negril attracts a young, friendly and unsophisticated crowd and the resort is "far more active and freewheeling than the more formal Sandals properties in Ocho Rios and Montego Bay." TripAdvisor cites a $720 average nightly rate.

Sandals Negril
P.O. Box 12
Negril, Jamaica
(876) 957-5216
http://www.sandals.com/main/negril/ne-home.cfm

The Caves

An adults-only resort, The Caves is a small and elegant resort in Negril, famous for attracting international celebrities despite being about a 12-minute ride away from the beach. The Caves features only 12 accommodations -- comprised of one and two-bedroom cottages and suites -- plus a four-bedroom deluxe villa. While recommending the resort, Frommers cautions that "there's a sense of snobbishness at this member of Chris Blackwell's Island Outpost hotels, generally the finest in the Caribbean, and the prices are very high compared to the competition." According to TripAdvisor, the average all-inclusive nightly rate is $901.

The Caves
P.O. Box 3113
Light House Road
Negril, Jamaica
(876) 957-0270
http://www.islandoutpost.com/the_caves/

Breezes Resort and Spa

Breezes welcomes singles, couples and families but all guests must be over 16 years of age. According to Fodor's Hotel Reviews, the first impression that the resort may be a "tad stuffy" is balanced by an expansive clothing-optional beach complete with hot tub, bar and grill. Fodor's also notes that Breezes's clothed beach is one of the best in Negril. "Appealing to an upscale crowd of all stripes, the mood here is quiet and relaxing." The all-inclusive rate is an average of $521, according to TripAdvisor.

Breezes Grand Negril
Norman Manley Blvd
PO Box 88
Negril, Jamaica
(877) 273-3937
http://www.breezes.com/resorts/breezes-grand-negril/

Article Written By Elizabeth Newell Jochum

Elizabeth Newell Jochum is a law student in Washington, DC and was previously a reporter covering the federal government and politics. In more than five years as a reporter, she covered music, pop culture, health, defense and other issues for publications including "Rolling Stone" and "National Journal" magazines. She holds a bachelor's degree in media studies and politics from the University of Virginia.

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