Sensatori Resort Jamaica  

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.
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Sensatori by TUI

Luxury holidays designed to fuel the senses

  • Standout pool scenes
  • At least 4 restaurants
  • Great sports line-ups
  • Modern children’s facilities
  • Top entertainment
  • World-class spas

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Fly Long Haul

With Thomson Airways

  • Direct flights from 7 UK airports
  • Fly on the spacious new Dreamliner
  • Experience quieter, jetlag-busting flights
  • Enjoy complimentary drinks
  • Upgrade to Premium Club for additional benefits
  • UK airport lounge access for Premium Club guests
 

Honeymoon Offer

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. 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. This 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 when arriving until 31st October 2016.

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

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

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.

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4 outdoor pools

There are four pools, including an adults-only number and two that come with swim-up bars. Children have a splash area too, which features waterfalls and sprays.

Palms buffet restaurant

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with an open kitchen and cooking stations. Gentlemen are asked to wear a shirt with sleeves, long trousers or tailored shorts in all restaurants.

Garfield Beach House bar

This place is set right on the beach. You can enjoy the wonderful views while enjoying a freshly poured drink.

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oceanfront suite balcony or terrace

These light and spacious suites are located on the ocean front, and they come with either a balcony or terrace, giving you that extra space outside. You'll get a king-size bed and lounge area for that added luxury, plus 2 extra sofa beds to suit your group size. Air-conditioning and a TV are included, and there are extras like bathrobes and slippers, and an audio dock.

adult area swim-up deluxe double with limited sea view

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.

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Beautiful, Picturesque Jamaican Paradise? Yamon!

This is my review of Sensatori Hotel in Negril and the services and entertainment on offer. There are some useful tips included for you and do read through to the end for a warning on something to be aware of. My fiancée and I flew out to Jamaica at the end of March for a romantic wedding and honeymoon. If you think I'm going to say that we had a wonderful time then you're absolutely right. Let's go through it... LOCATION - The hotel is situated on the sandy beaches of Negril and it required a one and a half hour coach journey to reach the hotel from Montego Bay airport. Do bear this in mind when flying out - if you've had a few rum punches at the airport then it's worth making a toilet stop before getting on the coach (or getting your taxi). QUICK TIP - many people will likely have mentioned this tip. It's worth taking a look at Club Mobay (see reviews on Trip Advisor). For a small fee you receive an airport arrival meet-and-greet, get expedited through immigration and customs and receive lounge access (including some free rum punches - although, don't drink too many of those because of that coach journey). After a 10 hour flight, it's a very nice touch. You receive similarly lovely treatment on the way home, too. THE HOTEL - I have to say that we were impressed. The hotel is clean and well looked after. The food is of a good standard and it's worth visiting the individual restaurants to try all the different types of food on offer. The evening entertainment is very good - make sure you're around on Wednesday evenings for the wonderful Jamaican beach party. And on Saturday evenings (weather permitting), the hotel staff go all out with a gala dinner. STAFF - The staff at the hotel couldn't have been more friendly, courteous and helpful. From the friendly entertainment team to the kind restaurant staff and, of course, Denae and Shelley Ann (the wedding co-ordinators), they were attentive and genuinely happy to help with everything. A quick shout out for Matt, the Thomson rep, also. He's a really great guy and was so very helpful. TRIPS - there's a few that are well worth doing. We visited Bob Marley's home, for example. Just a word of caution - some of the trips are very long and involve travelling on small busses on quite tired roads. The Bob Marley trip was 3 hours there and 3 hours back (with a stop for lunch) and some people found that a little too much. TIPPING - you'll be told that in Jamaica tipping isn't mandatory, but it is customary. So, it's worth keeping some $5 bills (or $500 Jamaican) to give now and again as a thank you. A FINAL WORD OF WARNING - medical assistance costs. This is probably more about Jamaica itself than this specific hotel (hence I haven't altered the star rating) and refers to the cost of medical assistance and, in particular, Omega Medical Services. On the morning of our wedding day, my wife was suffering with a blocked ear. We visited the nurse (which was free), and she suggested it was probably swimmer's ear. We were told by the nurse that a Doctor would have to diagnose and treat it and a call out fee of $150 would be charged. We decided to go ahead (it was, afterall, our wedding day) and the Doctor arrived about 45 minutes later. She treated my wife by syringing her ear and giving antibiotic ear drops and antibiotics. It took about 15 minutes. After all this, the Doctor left and the nurse handed us a bill... for over $1000. I nearly needed resuscitating (good job I didn't, or the cost may have doubled). Medical assistance in Jamaica is private and this particular firm, Omega Medical Services, charged an absolute fortune. I've read a number of similar reports to this. Be very wary and if you do need medical assistance, get them to write the costs down first. I don't want to end on a negative and so I won't. This hotel is lovely and Jamaica is such a stunningly beautiful place. It takes so little time to completely relax and understand why Jamaican people are so happy and chilled out. Now go and book your flight and hotel and look forward to your walk on the stunning, sandy beaches of Negril. Paradise!More

Alastair H, 186271

Lovely hotel.

This hotel was great and lived up to most expectations. Staff were lovely and helpful. Rooms were very nice. Only a few complaints: - the food: breakfast and lunch were very good but the evening meals were a bit repetitive and not really very interesting. The Jamaican restaurant was the best but it didn't offer much variety. -the beach singers: I don't think the hotel can do much about this, but the beach singers went on all day, walking up and down, most were very good but a few were terrible and very annoying to have to listen to. Relaxing on a beach I'd rather just listen to the peaceful waves. These are quite minor complaints for an otherwise great holiday.More

Jenn P,

Fantastic holiday we loved it!

Visited the Sensatori 6th to 16th May and we honestly had a really lovely holiday. The warm, crystal clear gentle waters of the carribean sea were a joy to swim or relax in and the beach was lovely. We never had a problem getting sunbeds either on the beach or at the pools and always managed to get an umbrella for shade. Nicest sunbeds are around the main pool which is also lovely, beach sunbeds are ok maybe could be nicer but we honestly found them to be fine. Pads are sometimes wet after rain but dry out quickly. Hotel is modern , contemporary and stylish, absolutely spotlessly clean at all times. We stayed in room 7309 adults only and had a nice view although only a partial sea view. Room itself was lovely and kept spotless by the maid throughout our stay. Food was definately not gourmet, nice at times but for me disappointing although it didn't spoil our stay and we did not go hungry. Thomson's should not advertise hotel as gourmet food though as this is most definately misleading. The staff especially in the restaurants were lovely both to guests and to each other creating a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere for everyone. Cocktails were not to my liking full of sugar syrup and not anything like a cocktail at home - in the nesta rasta lounge at nights you could have premium brand spirits for 5 dollars extra which we didn't bother about although I would happily have paid this for a proper cocktail but cocktails in this bar were just the same as the daytime bars in the pool areas. We stuck to drinking beers and spirits which were fine if a bit weak at times. We went on a couple of trips which we enjoyed most trips are about 2 -3 hours away from hotel which is quite tiring but Jamaica is a lovely island and worth seeing a bit of outside of the resort. Would not bother to pay for Mobay lounge or private transfers personally as I don't think it is worth it. We met some lovely people on holiday staff and guests and every morning enjoyed a smoothie and coffee and cookie in the coffee bar which was lovely. For me the beach, the sea and the people made the holiday, the entertainment was decent for a hotel as there is really not anywhere else to go at night. Had the food been better and the cocktails not full of sugar syrup would have given 5 stars maybe this will change as at the moment it is a lovely place but not really 5 star. We got our days mixed up and almost missed our departure time having just 25 mins to pack so we only got to tip a couple of people would have definately liked to say goodbye to so many staff and tip a lot more of them as they deserved it. Would return to this hotel but would hope food and cocktails to be a bit better next time.More

carolinemorrison, 186534

Paradise!

My boyfriend and I stayed here from 4th May - 18th May and we had a wonderful time. We came over for a wedding and it was lovely. We stayed in block 7 (adult's block) and opted for a top floor room with a sea view and the room did not disappoint. The bed was huge and comfortable. Air-con was a god send. The bathroom had a rainfall shower. We had a lovely balcony also. Our room was cleaned daily and our fridge was restocked on most days. There were plenty of places to eat at the resort. The daily buffet was good however sometimes it could be a bit of a miss. The breakfast buffet was my favourite. We ate at every four gourmet restaurants also. Our favourite was Garfield's. The Ocean Bar was fab and the Nesta Bar is open until late however this bar was quiet mostly. Not an issue however. The beach was gorgeous, white sands with beautiful light blue sea. The beds and sunbeds were perfect, seen previous comments about them needing upgraded however I never felt like they did. The pools and swim up bars were perfect for cooling down in. What makes this hote is the staff, especially the staff at the Ocean Bar. Sheryl, Odane and Michael pop into my mind however there are so many more I could mention. Even got real aloe Vera from a staff member for my boyfriend's sunburn. The majority of staff are so happy and helpful and they work so hard. The night entertainment was great compared to other hotel entertainment I've seen. The magician was my favourite, and I hate magic!! And I also loved The Lion King performance. We did some day trips are they were great for getting out the hotel for a bit. Some of them were expensive but hey, you're on holiday, who cares!? My boyfriend arranged a romantic meal at sunset on the beach on our last night and it was fantastic! The food was delicious and the service was great. We even got a photo shoot before it and after the sun went down. Had a wonderful evening so thank you to everyone involved. My boyfriend normally doesn't return to the same place twice but he genuinely says this is the first place he'd return to. Thank you a fantastic holiday and for the memories! More

sweet_pea8610,

FANTASTIC

Just returned from two weeks in the Sensatori, Negril. Loved everything about this hotel, it's intimate, staff are so friendly and can't do enough for you, food is fine, always something new to try. The cookies are amazing. The coffee lounge serves the best Coffee, smoothies and iced drinks. The beach is lovely and the locals are not a problem and if you say no thanks then they don't hassle you at all they just move on and say no problem. We went on a few trips to get out and about and sample the culture and food outside the hotel, these proved good but a bit expensive. We were in an ocean view twin suite and we could see the pool and the sea from our lounge. The bedrooms were lovely and beds comfy. Lots of extras to make this a fantastic holiday. Will definitely be returning one day to this amazing island.More

Jackie b, 186304

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