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Have to preface the review by saying that even though I am a huge Jamaica fan...not so much for Treasure Beach. Why? Because the water is not like the rest of the Island. It's grey in color, horrible for snorkeling and too rough to swim....More
After not going to the Caribbean for several years we returned this year to Treasure Beach, finding it as friendly and efficient as before with the majority of staff still the same, which speaks for itself. Nothing was too much trouble, and, in fact, we...More
This is my first stay and I absolutely love it at Treasure Beach Hotel!!!! This hotel has got to have the most friendly and helpful staff I have ever met especially when compared to the "five star" all inclusive hotels I have stayed at before....More
I booked to stay at this hotel the first week in October I had previously stayed here in March this year. It was dreadful first off our room smelt horrid as it had not been used for a long time there were cobwebs in several...More
US$123 - 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.