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Negril TreeHouse hotel

by The Chooch
(NJ, USA)

View Of Negril Treehouse from the sea<br><font size=1>source:flikr.com (catervwood)</font>

View Of Negril Treehouse from the sea
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Negril Treehouse is one of the oldest hotels on Negril's famous 7 mile beach. It's owned and operated by the Jackson family. Their focus is on customer service and making your trip special. The staff is friendly and helpful.

Included in your stay is a delicious buffet breakfast! The resort sits on the sand just steps from the Caribbean Sea, the beach bar is practically in the sea.

The popular beach bar serves lunch and dinner. I suggest the lunchtime Jerk chicken prepared with love by chef Allen! Not to be missed!

They have rooms and suites with kitchens. The rooms are clean and comfy, with cable & air.
Their beach property is one of the biggest with chairs on either side of the bar and around the pool and jacuzzi.

They also have watersports and a tour desk on site. There are a few massage therapists who call Treehouse home, I suggest Cher or Monica!

The Tree house has everything you could want in a beach resort! I love it and I will never stay anywhere else on the beach.

The staff will become instant friends! I enjoy going back every year and being treated like family!

I can't say enough good things about this place; it's special! Those who go, KNOW!


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And my children love to go there

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