Positioned on Jamaica's famous Seven Mile Beach, Sensatori Resort Jamaica puts white sands and the Caribbean Sea in the palm of your hand.
Sensatori Resort Jamaica is set on Negril’s famous Seven Mile Beach, which lines the west coast of the island. Thanks to its white sands and tropical backdrop, it regularly features on lists of the world's best beaches.
One of the highlights here is a Gourmet Inclusive dining scene, which lets you enjoy unlimited food and drink around the clock. There are also different room types, including swim-up rooms that feature over-the-water daybeds.
Days here are made for R&R. You’ve got 4 pools to laze beside, and there’s a beachside palapa offering activities like yoga and tai chi.Read more ››
You get a free upgrade to the Gourmet Honeymoon and Anniversary package when you have a marriage certificate that’s dated 60 days after the wedding or 30 days either side of the anniversary on all bookings after November 2014. The package includes 2 for 1 beachfront sky massages, a chilled bottle of sparkling wine delivered to your room on arrival, a 15% discount on spa services and a romantically decorated suite with flower petals, aromatherapy and candles. Offer is available on stays of 10 nights or more and for guests staying in Deluxe Double room with sea view, Deluxe double room with sea view for adults or higher room categories. For all arrivals from 1st November 2016, this offer is available for all guests staying in an Premium Section suite. Offer is not available for bookings travelling in groups.
Food & Drink
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, with meals included in all restaurants as part of the Gourmet All Inclusive package.
Local and some international drinks included. Complimentary minibar in the room.
Snacks at set times and room service included.
These luxurious deluxe double rooms enjoy a terrace or balcony offering a bit of outside space. They come enhanced with limited sea views and feature air-conditioning, TV and safety deposit box. You'll get a king-size bed, plus luxuries like iPod docking station, minibar, bathrobes and slippers, and a rainfall shower. These rooms are also located in the adults-only section of the hotel.
These swim-up deluxe double rooms enjoy a terrace offering direct access to a shared pool. They come enhanced with limited sea views and feature air-conditioning, TV and safety deposit box. Plus you'll get luxuries like iPod docking station, minibar, bathrobes and slippers, and a rainfall shower. These rooms are also located in the adults-only section of the hotel.
Flew on Thomson Dream liner 12 November to Jamaica, Montego Bay. Paid extra for the premium seat, but was well worth it and our cabin crew were fantastic especial thanks to James.
We stayed at the Sensatori in Negril. We paid extra for the Adult Area Swim-up Deluxe Double room with Sea View. The room was 7108. Unfortunately this room was right next to the maid/cleaners room. We were constantly disturbed by the noisy staff either shouting to each other, particularly in the early morning, or banging carts/trolleys around. The swim up for this room is right in a corner and rarely gets the sun so for us it was a waste paying the extra. I did email the hotel prior to our holiday asking for room 5201 as someone on Trip advisor had said this was a lovely room. The email I got back said we couldnât have this room as it was in the childrenâs area. Disappointed to find that when we got there the room wasnât in the childrenâs area and is a lovely room. All the rooms ending 01 are lovely rooms, they are corner rooms with good views of the sea. We would have been prepared to pay a lot extra to get one of these rooms.
The hotel is really nice. The staff are wonderful, always with a smile and always wanting to help make the holiday fantastic. The entertainment in the evening is some of the best we have had for this kind of holiday.
The beach is beautiful, lovely sands walking into a warm sea. There was hardly any seaweed and the warm sea was only 3 to 4 foot deep for quite a way out.
The food is fine, but we have had a lot better. The Italian restaurant is good, but service is slow, having to wait about an hour between starter and main course. The main restaurant, The Palms , always has a variety of food so there is always something that you will like there. The Akie restaurant upstairs was probably our favourite. The portions are small, but the food is nearly fine dining.
We stayed 11 nights and wished we had booked 14.
A special mention to Nervia and Tracy Ann. Two young ladies that served at the main bar. They were fantastic, always with a smile and always wanting you to be happy. Always remembering what you liked to drink.
Overall it was a lovely hotel and great holiday. Just a couple of niggles, but ha ho you can always find something that is not how you would want it to be. Very few places I would go back to because there is so much of the world to see, but I would go back to Jamaica. Ya Mon!!More
BILL C, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Just returned from our wonderful stay at the Sensatori, Negril, Jamaica. Can't really fault it in anyway shape or form. Lovely location, superb clean beach, beautiful sea, nice clean comfortable room (which was cleaned daily), OUTSTANDING staff, EXCELLENT food.More
mark w, Swindon, United Kingdom
Beautiful hotel in a stunning location.
We stayed here for ten days. On arrival, we were told that the Swim Up room which we had booked was not available for the first couple of nights of our stay -So we had been upgraded to a suite overlooking the sea which we could keep for the entirety of our stay or we could move to our original room in a few days time. Unsurprisingly, we decided to keep the suite.
Hotel was spotlessly clean, food was good - although just beginning to feel a little repetitive by the last couple of nights. The Caribbean restaurant was our favourite and the jerk chicken on the lunchtime beach barbecue was deliciously spicy. Staff were always very friendly and service was top notch.
The beach was beautiful, exactly what you expect from the carribean - golden sands and clear blue seas. The only negative was that sun loungers were at a premium and by shortly after 9am most would be reserved with towels - even though the hotel claimed this practice was not tolerated, this however was a minor negative in an otherwise excellent holiday destination.
Just book it
Without a doubt the most amazing hotel I have ever stayed at. The rooms are excellent, the food is beautiful, the people are so helpful. It is paradise. I will be going back again and again and again. I will never stay at a bigger hotel again, the small intimate feel makes this place warm and friendly. Just book it.More
Danielle E, London, United Kingdom
Wow Wow Wow. Just returned from 2 weeks at the Sensatori Jamaica (4-18/11/15). We were redirected to this resort due to problems with building work in the hotel we originally booked what a bonus! Having usually travelled to larger resorts we were a little worried about being booked into a smaller resort but our concerns were quickly dispelled from the moment we arrived. This has to be one of the best holiday experiences we have had. We were in room 2304 a 2 bed suite with a sea view, kept spotlessly clean by Shana our maid. Our favourite lunchtime haunt was Garfields their mid day menu was excellent. Be prepared for 5 course meals in the al la carte restaurants and don't be afraid to try the local cuisine. The Palms Buffet restaurant serves a varied selection of meals and have theme evenings every day. Special mention to Lisa Lee, Roxanne M (aka the giggle twins) and Anna Kay who served us daily they were lovely as were all of the staff on resort. The beach has lovely white sands and the pools are brilliant. The hotel has live entertainment every evening which usually starts at 8.00pm so those of us early risers can enjoy an early night. Do not worry about being hassled by local vendors who are trying to earn a living, they will not bother you unless you show interest just say NO MON and they will walk on by. All in all a fantastic resort will definitely look at booking a Sensatori resort again.More