Negril Tree House Resort

Address: Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril, Jamaica | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on Norman Manley Boulevard, Negril, is near Seven Mile Beach, Big Ship Tours and Transportation, Negril Lighthouse, and Half Moon Beach.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Negril Tree House Resort

    Negril Treehouse Resort loved it cant wait to go back

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    I recently went to Negril Jamaica on Oct 29 thru Nov 1. I stayed at the Negril Tree House Resort (isn't an all-inclusive) The over stay was magnificient. The 7 miles of beaches was fantastic. The food was good and the staff was very professional. We had a delegation of about 60 business owners and we all experience the same hospitality. Gail and Jim Jackson (owners) definitely have a diamond in the rough. We have decided to have our annual conference at the Negril Tree House Resort. We urge all conventions, getaways, weddings take place at the Tree House Resort. We had many opportunities to get off of the resort and mingle with local residents. It was exciting and uplifting.

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    The six slot machines in the lobby were a big turn-off. One of the reasons I've been going to Jamaica since 1988 was there was no gambling.

    Loved it!

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    I stayed at the Negril Tree House during April 2003.

    I had a room with ocean view as promised. The breakfast were delicious, the grounds quaint, and the ambience perfect. The maids was the sweetest person I have ever met.

    The bar was right in the water!

    Negril is fabulous under any circumstances, but I paid a 2 star price for a 5 star vacation!

    Home away from Home!!

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    I highly recommend the Tree House. I stayed in a very spacious suite.

    The location is great; the white, sandy beach was steps away from my room. The staff was helpful and kind!

    Wouldnt stay anywhere else

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    The Tree House is a beautiful hotel and its location is excellent! I have never stayed anywhere else the last 4 times I have went.

    Loved the Treehouse!

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    The place is amazing...quaint, clean, and absolutely beautiful. The staff goes out of the way to make you feel at home. I will never stay anywhere else in Negril!

    Exotc, authentic, and beautiful

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    The Treehouse is the only place I stay in Negril. I have only stayed in the suites, but they are great. They have beautiful high wood ceilings, huge balconies, great hammocks, and a very airy feel. The ones facing the beach have a perfect view of the sunset(even from your bed). Plus, they can hold a lot of people. Six can sleep very comfortably. The restaurant is excellant. It has a gigantic tree growing through the middle(hence the name-Tree House). The massages are awesome, and the beach show is really fun. I also like the fact that it isn't an all-inclusive(bad for Jamaica's economy) and that the staff is all Jamaican(that I've seen). If you want a very tropical, Jamaican feel you should definately try this hotel.

    Negril Tree House...SWEET!

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    Make the Tree house your place if you want to escape the commercialism that some resorts have. REALLY feel like you're in the islands, not Florida!

    Relaxed at Negril Tree-house

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    We have a very active family (our teens are 17 and 14) and were seeking rest and relaxtion for our Christmas vacation. We found it at the Negril Tree House. Our suite was air-conditioned and roomy~our porch had 2 hammock chairs and 1 long hammock! The staff was so friendly and so hard working! The food was delicious and the wait~staff were always kind and professional. The drivers were always available~and the overall facility met all of our needs. The beach was beautiful! The swimming pool and hot~tub were especially nice to be in ~in the evenings. We loved our experience here and hope to go again next year.

    Negril tree house cottages

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    When I first saw the resort I felt a little dissapointed. I had seen Sandals Resort, Swept Away and Beaches first. These were quite grand. When we arrived at the cottages

    it seemed like a summer camp! The lobby is by a parking lot! By the next day I had changed my mind . I liked the relaxed atmosphere, the outdoor breakfast, the room was spacious and clean. It is located in the middle of 7 mile beach so it is convient. I would recommend it to travelers who want a laid back type of resort. No need to dress up or pretend. You can wear tour bathing suit and shorts the entire stay! Travelers from other resorts come by just to hang out. That's a testment unto itself. The only suggestion is that the water sports should be included. The sunset cruise is SPECTUCALAR.

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    Travel Blogs from Negril

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    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Feb 14, 2012

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    ... to spend money and have a good time, but I just think you shouldn't force the entertainment on anyone.


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    OLPC Volunteers visit Jamaica!

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Feb 01, 2012

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