A beachfront setting and a great choice of restaurants come together at the ClubHotel Riu Negril. Plus, it’s having a makeover for 2015.
The ClubHotel Riu Negril is pulled up against the beach, so it’s got front row sea views. If you want to get out and about, Negril’s town centre is less than a 20-minute taxi ride away.
From November 2015, the hotel will have a fresh look that includes a new pool and restaurant, plus modernised rooms.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board meals.
Local and select import alcoholic and soft drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Start your day with a full American breakfast, or visit the cooking station to watch your meal be prepared fresh in front of your eyes. When you start to get peckish, there's a hot and cold lunch buffet, with cooking stations also available. Come evening, tuck into the delicious buffet spread for dinner, or opt for a dish from the cooking station. The themed buffet put on twice a week keeps things exciting, with a range of dishes on offer to tempt your tastebuds.
2 outdoor pools
Attached to the swim-up bar, and there's plenty of seating in the water. Sunbeds and parasols are also available. From November 2015, there will be a brand new pool to add to the number.
Evening entertainment programme
With a wide range of entertainment and games like disco, bingo, cabaret and mini-disco.
Rooms ► View all
Double room sleeps up to 3 adults and 1 child or 2 adults and 2 children up to 12yrs with 1 king size or 2 small double beds, ceiling fan, liquor dispenser, iron and ironing board. Wi-Fi is available at a charge.
Double room sleeps up to 3 adults and 1 child or 2 adults and 2 children - can be sold as single. Room also has a sofa, ceiling fan, radio clock, liquor dispenser, iron and ironing board. Wi-Fi is available at a charge.
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Saved by the night- Barely!
What was supposed to be an AWESOME Jamaican vacation turned out surprisingly shocking. It could be argued that I am not a seasoned traveler, but having visited several islands and several spots in Jamaica (including RIU MONTEGO which surpassed my lofty expectations) I was surprised that the charm and warmth you come to expect of island vacations was ABSENT. Imagine driving 5 hours from Kingston (Just for the road trip) to Negril, and upon reaching Front Desk not being greeted with as much as a "Welcome to RIU" What you got instead was "Are you checking in?" let's get down to busy response. It devolved from there. 1) We asked for assistance to have our bags taken to the room-when we arrived at the room only to find our luggage was left in the passage. 2) There seems to be a top down issue at the Hotel as staff could be heard arguing about work hours, how long they had to be on their feet, how hungry they were and it goes on. 3) The staff treated guests like a pariah. They seemed annoyed when you made even the simplest requests. e.g. " May we have some water?" (That supply took 21 minutes- started checking after 10 minutes.) 4) One morning at breakfast, we asked to have a table cleaned so we could sit, guess what? We waited 15minutes- and then were told by the staff to whom the request was made " I'm the only one working this area." HUH!!!! We caught on quickly. Avoided staff for the rest of the days, getting everything we wanted ourselves and there was peace. The only upside was that there was reprieve in the nights. The staff on that shift were pleasant enough and were even willing to have a conversation and not looked annoyed. The authentic Jamaican music history performance by the entertainment crew was EXCELLENT. The DJ after was AMAZING-just imagine 200 guests doing electric boogie on the dance floor. All in all a poor result from what could have easily been another great RIU experience.More
Kwame S, Kingston, Jamaica
We just got back from a week vacation here (10/11-18). I have to say we had a great time! I have stayed at all inclusive resorts before and the Riu Club delivered pretty good quality for the price. The rooms were nothing spectacular, but were clean and adequate. Most of the bartenders were friendly and quick to get your drink. The lobby bar area was a lot of fun, one of the bartenders will serenade you while he makes your drinks. The food was better than I have had at other resorts, I will say that the restaurants you need to make reservations for aren't anything spectacular, but a nice change of pace. If you book through Apple Vacations, don't let them talk you into their catamaran trip to Rick's Cafe, it's almost twice as much as the same trip offered by the company affiliated with the hotel (I definitely recommend doing the trip, it was a blast!).More
Dr. Zach K,
Not as Expected......
Where to begin from the moldy shower to the electric plates hanging off the wall, (that not one but two roaches came in through) to the having to get up at 6:30 every morning to stand in line to get a dinner reservation because only 1 of the 3 ala carte restaurants were open for the first 4 days of our trip, to the less than friendly staff - this was not a good value for any amount of money! The entertainment and ala carte restaurant staff are very good - however the bartenders and buffett not so much - not very friendly not really interested in serving you at all. This is now the second RIU property that we have stayed at in the last 6 months and to be honest not sure that I would stay at another one. They have always come pretty highly recommended - but neither have lived up to the hype. The beach in front of our resort had a ton of muck but just a little further down was clear - if you could get past all the people on the beach wanted to sell you something. Not much I would recommend about this resort - save your money!More
2nd visit to Jamaica
Visited here in January (2014) with my girlfriend and we both LOVED it. I first visited the Island in 1997 as a kid with my parents and it was awesome to return as an adult. Fair enough it does take AGES to get here from the airport (as it does to get pretty much anywhere in Jamaica) but once you get there it is worth your time. As a Brit (my Mrs is Polish) we where in the minority as most other guests where Americans, Canadians, Russians and from all over the place basically. I enjoyed this though and the Staff knew exactly how to banter with us 'Alright mate!' 'Cheers mate!' etc great bunch of lads the Jamaicans - very funny! The food was just unbelievable - i still regularly dream about being back at the 'Green Island' buffet restaurant - food available all day, although you really dont need it as much in the heat. Drinks wise - the Cocktails are all superb and the bar staff very skillful - only thing i craved after a while was a decent pint of beer (2% Red Stripe starts to grate after a few days) Didn't do too many trips but 'Ricks Cafe' and 'Dunns river falls' essential. If you the idea of being offered Ganja and many other illegal items offends you then i'm not sure why you would be staying in a notorious party resort in Jamaica? some people are just weirdo's i suppose. Anyway. i recommend this place highly. Check it out!More
Milfordio, St Ives, United Kingdom
Almost ruined my trip
They say first impression lasts which almost ruined my trip. Took forever at checkin, reservation was not updated and instead of trying to help it was more like to cost us for an extra room. After that got sorted out which was an error on their part, they don't accept NCB midas card so i had to go on road to an ABM machine to get cash to pay for my stay.It took us more than 2 hour to check in. Then on our way to the room passing the first block of rooms only to feel and smell bleach water splashing on us, made a query only to be told that they were washing mildew off the roof. It was obvious that other visitors in that building were also affected. I was like is this safe, bleach on me, bleach running to the sea!? Other than that, the place clean i must say and the food was good for the most part, staff was average. There was a general complain among local guest as it related to the length of time to be served at bar in particular. Would i go back, not sure, customer service at the front desk was a big sore point in my opinion.More
Diana M, Kingston, Jamaica
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