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Being locals, we were already aware that the rooms were good but that was putting it nicely. There are so many improvements that need to be done. The bathrooms for sure. The rooms look the same from when I visited 25 years ago. It was...More
We found this property by accident and the young man named Malik was so friendly and great he talked us into staying. I have no regrets the rooms were amazing, the food was great and the service was first rate. As you can tell we...More
The people who work at this hotel were so friendly and helpful. They all went out of their way to make me comfortable. After driving 4 hours on Jamaican roads it was a relief to arrive to so many smiles. I really enjoyed this place...More
We got two garden view rooms, they are the most dingy rooms we have ever seen. The bathroom had no light in one room. This is by far the worst place we have ever stayed in for $110 a night each! The bar is filled...More
A gem indeed, hidden off the hustle and bustle of the big towns, this hotel is located in Treasure Beach , let the ocean put you to sleep , and as they say, no problem every thing is going to be alright. Beautiful views and...More
US$119 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes. The area is safe, especially during the day. I walked alone and felt comfortable. At night there is a chance a single woman could be invited into a bar or receive some cat calls but it's not scary.