Resorts in Negril
Are you considering a getaway in the Caribbean? If so, certainly
you are aware that there are myriad islands within the region,
with thousands of beautiful and exotic locations to choose from,
which can make the choice a difficult one.
The Islands of the Caribbean are dotted with numerous resorts
which attract tens of thousands of visitors to their shores annually.
Some of the most notable resorts are located on Negril Beach,
which graces the coastline of the Island of Jamaica.
Situated on the western coast of Jamaica, Negril is widely known
as one of the most lovely places in all of Jamaica. Negril's popularity
comes from it's natural beauty, calm turquoise waves, and miles
of white sand beaches.
There are many resorts in Negril, and among the most popular
are Sandals, Hedonism II, and Beaches resorts. In addition to
the many large resorts in Negril, there are many other types of
accommodations available for visitors to enjoy. Negril Beach is
festooned with hotels, villas and bungalows, all offering distinctly
different amenities, levels of luxury, and levels of affordability
for the traveler.
One of primary differences between choosing to stay in one of
the large resorts in Negril or choosing accommodations such as
villas or hotels is your access to local culture and cuisine.
Those travelers that choose to stay in large all inclusive resorts
in Negril are often discouraged from leaving the resort property
to explore the local beaches and countryside. Also, when staying
at an all inclusive resort, al your food and drinks are included
with the cost of your accommodations, again discouraging the traveler
from exploring what Jamaica is really about.
Most of the large all inclusive resorts in Negril offer top
notch food, drinks, and entertainment, but despite the quality
of their offerings, they all lack one thing - real Jamaican culture
and influence. The food and drinks offered by large resorts in
Negril lack the flare that makes real Jamaican cuisine different
and wonderful, while the entertainment offered lacks the heart
and feeling that is unique to the culture of the Jamaican people.
When a traveler takes up accommodations in a Jamaican villa
or hotel, you'll not only save money, but you'll be compelled
to try authentic Jamaican foods and drink from the local restaurants
and bars that line Negril Beach. You'll have the opportunity to
see authentic local entertainment and music at the many nightclubs
where locals and tourists alike go for a night of fun.
So, when you are considering a Jamaican getaway, and are wondering
whether to stay in one of the large all inclusive resorts in Negril,
or to stay in a local villa or hotel, you'll have to ask yourself
why you are coming to Jamaica in the first place. Are you coming
to experience the same type of food, entertainment and culture
you experience in your everyday life, or are you coming to experience
something new, exotic and exciting.