CocoLaPalm Resort

Address: Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica | 3 star resort
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this resort rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 3 star resort, located on Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, is near Seven Mile Beach, Big Ship Tours and Transportation, Negril Lighthouse, and Half Moon Beach.
Map this resort

Photos of CocoLaPalm Resort


          TravelPod Member ReviewsOregon House Yachats

          Reviewed by ljwilliams

          CocoLaPalm-Hidden Treasure-Turner's Exquisite Tours and Transportation

          Reviewed Feb 1, 2011
          by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

          This resort is located on 7 Mile Beach. The location is in the center of 7 Mile Beach and probably the cleanest and nice location on the entire 7 Mile Beach. The resort is not fancy but the rooms are exceptionally clean and well kept. The staff at the resort is what makes it stands out for me and why I would give a 5 Star Rating. They are so professional, courteous and go over and beyond to ensure that your stay is the best that it can be.A great referral for tours and transportation in and around Negril is Turner's Exquisite Tours-check out their website The drivers, are professional, dependable and you will always will safe in Jamaica when traveling with them. They were referred to me by a friend and an excellent recommendation. Rates are very reasonable. I contacted them at

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Historical Traveler Reviews Oregon House Yachats

          Great Vacation


          Just got back from a week's stay at the Coco La Palm in Negril and it was fantastic! The grounds were beautiful and well kept and the staff (Leroy, Wesley and Gervon) were great. Very friendly. The rooms were very spacious and clean. And being located right on the beach was an added bonus. Being my first time in Jamaica I wasn't sure what to expect, but everything was so great, and the price was very reasonable, I will definately be returning in the near future.

          Coco La Palm- A Real Steal


          Due to the East Coast "Blackout" power outage conditions this summer, our vacation plans were unexpectedly put on hold. It was reassuring to know that Expedia was prompt and able to provide a partial refund--and likewise that American Airlines issued a full-refund of travel expenses. However, The Coco La Palm resort was not, and repeatedly stalled on any communication towards a resolution. Promises of "we'll look into it" remain, to the present day, unanswered.

          Only if they go ALL-Inclusive


          The only way i would return to Coco La Palm was if they were to go All-Inclusive...My wife and i have been to Negril the past 3 years,,1st year at Hotel Samsara, 2nd year at Legends Beach Resort, and 3rd and most recent (Sept 7-14 2003)Coco La Palm...On a financial note Samsara and legends were about $200.00 cheaper in price BUT WERE All-Inclusive....which equaled around $1,000.00 per week for two in food and drinks,,Coco La Palm does have a GREAT Staff, and Awsome rooms...but for me the saved $$$ allowed for more activities and FUN!!!!

          We Be Jammin'


          My husband and I were in JA August 4th-11th on our honeymoon. Coco La Palm was great. Very clean, the house keeping was generous (flowers on bed, swan made out of towels), and the staff very personnable and hospitable. The restaurants were efficiant, and good food. We were happy that we did not choose an all inclusive resort, b/c we got to explore other dinning and evening entertainment. We recommend RockHouse (on the cliffs), Kuyaba, Alfreds (breakfast and live Regea some nights), and Sun Beach (drinks). We went to Ricks, but it was very crowded and weird "coin" system for drinks. Jenny's up by the cliffs has great "Brownies". Have fun and relax! We'll be back, hopefully sooner than later.

          Yah Mon! No Problem!


          We just recently returned from a very wonderful vacation at Coco La Palm Resort. Everything was perfect! The resort is very lovely with gorgeous gardens and immaculate rooms. Everyday, I looked forward to a beautiful flower arrangement left on my bed by the cleaning staff. The beach is simply too beautiful to put into words. Best of all, I'd have to say was the awesome staff. They truly treated us with THE BEST JAMAICAN HOSPITALITY!! We will definitely be returning next year!! Yah Mon! No Problem!

          Coco La Palm Truly Paradise


          My wife and I just recently stayed at Coco La Palm from July 19-26th 2003. This was our first vacation alone together since we've been married. We saw the advertisement on the Internet and as everyone knows what you see might not be what you get. Everything looked nice but we were still a bit nervous. When we arrived at the airport a driver from one-stop tours picked us up and took us to Coco la palm. He was very nice. He gave us some history of the towns that we were passing through on the way to the resort. When we arrived at Coco la palm, we could not believe our eyes. It was absolutely beautiful. Everything was clean, and the flowers were amazing. The staff were so nice and everyone was willing to go out of there way to make sure that everything was perfect for us. I would like to say much respect to Dr. Rock he mixes a mean coconut Rum & Pineapple juice. Much respect to our security guard Mr. James, all the beautiful women at the front desk and to Donavan you do great woodwork. We were surprised to find that nothing was over priced. It was truly paradise. The food was great and the atmosphere was intoxicating. We had the time of our lives and we will definitely be back. Thanks for an unforgettably time Pam & Richard

          Coco LaPalm resort


          My wife and I just got back from Negril Jamaica and stayed at the Coco LaPalm. FANTASTIC!!!! We were looking for the oppurtunity to experience a more cutural Jamaican trip while still being able to enjoy a nice resort. This trip successfully accomplished both. Negril is still Jamaica as it used to be, not a tourist trap or big city... Coc LaPalm is a wonderful resrot with beautiful beach and an extremely freindly staff. Michelle at the beach grill makes a great drink and O'Neal at the restuarant provides great service Already looking forward to our next trip.

          Great small resort for kickin' it


          We just returned from a week at CocoLaPalm and I would recommend it over any of the other small inns of Negril. The grounds were beautiful and the staff was attentive and well-trained. Lots of other small inns around it were run-down looking. Others must agree as most of the resorts had far fewer people on the beach than Coco. The one problem was the food. The prices are far too high for the quality, which was mediocre at best. We had a package with a continental breakfast included, which was not bad. For any other meal, my suggestion is to go out. A walk in either direction will lead to dozens of jerk huts and restaurants. There are lots of very nice restaurants on the beach and the cliffs. For a nice dinner, I would recommend Kuyaba, Rockhouse, LTU, Xtabi, Charela Inn, Cosmo's Seafood, to name a few.

          Coco LaPalm was the greatest


          Coco LaPalm in Negril was the greatest!! Immaculcate grounds, well maintained facility, great restaurant, big pools, huge spa, nice people. (Our maid folded towels to form a swan and left hibiscus on its back on the middle of the bed) The rooms are new or updated. The beds are high quality and comfortable. Good quality furnishings. Owned and operated by a family in Minnesota, who seemed to know, instinctively, what we liked. Don't buy souvenirs the first couple of days. You'll get taken. On a budget, go into town and buy fruits, drinks etc and use fridge. We saved a bundle. Lonely Planet's Jamaica tour book was very helpful on this trip. We travel a lot but rarely go back to the same place, simply for the variety. I'm afraid we'll have to break that rule in the case of Coco LaPalm.

          Go, Go, Go


          We could not have been more pleased with this fabulous hotel! If you take the harried trip on land from Montego Bay to Negril, you may become wary by the looks of many hotels. However, as soon as you arrive at Coco La Palm, you know you will be very happy. We stayed in an upstairs Jr. Suite, with 2 queen beds. The vaulted ceiling with fan is breath taking. The HUGE balcony fits a table and 2 chaise lounges. The wood balconies and fixtures are stained and well maintained, the white tile floor feels cool on hot feet, and the bathroom is to die for; a shower large enough for two people with shower heads on opposite ends! Service at this hotel is the best-- our room was always clean when we returned, complete with fresh Blue Mountain coffee, and aloe vera gel for sunburned skin. Towels are always available by the beach (although next time I will bring my own-- they are a little stingy and will only provide one towel per person). The staff is so friendly and willing to bend over backwards if you are a pleasant person. The restaraunt is nice, but not spectacular. Check guide books-- we found most recomendations to be great. Get to the beach early if you want a decent chair. We learned our second day, you have to play the game-- get up, get your towels and toiletries, put them on the chair of your choice, and then have breakfast, and get ready. Otherwise, you probably will not get a good beach chair or spot on the beach. I give this hotel a 5-star rating overall.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Oregon House Yachats

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Negril

          The Truth

          A travel blog entry by bullrunner on Aug 12, 2015

          4 photos

          ... times the locals arranged a brass band salute to my accomplishments outside the room door. They were very loud. Today was a more normal day. Relaxing at the pool, riding the water slide, playing in the waves , kayaking, using the paddle boats. Now for a dinner of jerked lamb chops. But no rum drinks! I have sworn off all rum at least until we return to the ...


          A travel blog entry by bullrunner on Aug 10, 2015

          5 photos

          Today we toured Montego Bay. We found a taxi driver and the four of us pilled in and saw parts of the city most people never see. We visited two street markets and the girls bought mango, poppies, sweat apple, star fruit, and I climbed trees for local fruit. I am too old to climb trees, ...

          We arrived!

          A travel blog entry by bullrunner on Aug 08, 2015

          2 photos

          Got off the plane at Montego Bay. They drive on the left here, but I had a few drinks at the airport and enjoyed the drive. Our resort seems nice, but so far we've only seen the bar. But that is the second most important room! I've attached a picture of our room. Lily wants to be on top the whole week. We spent the evening at margaritaville good dancing but hip-hop and we wanted reggae or calypso. Maybe ...

          Arrival into JA

          A travel blog entry by jessjauntingjoy on Aug 08, 2015

          ... a couple weeks ago. This place is amazing. California King. Jacuzzi tub, a living room area. It's up to date and great. We go to dinner and get some much needed grub. At the buffet, they only served beer, wine, juices, or coffee/tea. We had some red stripe. Because, really, why not. After we finished our late dinner, the show finished, so we headed to the sports bar for some drinks. Took a shot with ...

          Lucea Harbour

          A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Feb 11, 2015

          8 photos

          ... later walking through a gateway! They continued walking along the coast line and across the school oval whose boundary was marked with an enormous blue marine rope.

          Rather than do the risky walk again, they took a taxi into town where they did some shopping and Belly had a haircut… the "barber" only had skills for clipping afro hair, so the result was a bit ordinary.

          While waiting for Ken to pick ...