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 ››
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Luxury holidays designed to fuel the senses
- At least 4 restaurants
- Great sports line-ups
- Modern children’s facilities
- Top entertainment
- World-class spas
- Choice of rooms and suites
You get a free upgrade to the Gourmet Honeymoon and Anniversary package when you have a marriage certificate that’s dated 60 days either side of the wedding or 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 rose petals, aromatherapy and candles.
Food & Drink
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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.
Facilities ► View all
4 outdoor pools
There are 4 pools, including an adults-only number and two that come with swim-up bars. Children have a spalsh 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 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.
Rooms► View all
Family suite sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children with a king-size bed, a sofa-bed, a 32-inch plasma TV, iPod docking station and a rainfall shower in the bathroom.
deluxe swim-up room
Deluxe swim-up room with limited sea view sleeps 2 with a king-size bed, a 32-inch plasma TV, iPod docking station, a rainfall shower in the bathroom and comes with direct access to a shared pool. These rooms are also located in the adults-only section of the hotel.
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Large family holiday
The hotel is nice and the staff are good, but sorry to say it is not 5 star and deffo not a Sensatori. I have stayed in two Sensatori hotels before and this one is not up to the mark, it has only just opened so hopefully they will improve over time. As before the hotel was okay and the staff were good the bad points were we arrived and were not given the rooms we booked (we booked adults section) it stated on my booking paper work adults section but the hotel desk informed me that you could not pre book adults section, we never got adult section rooms I was told by the on site lead rep that you can pre book adult section she looked in to it but could not sort out the problem either, advertised as having a kids club but when we were there it was not happening as there were not a lot of kids in the hotel but to me you advertise it you supply it, the breakfast restaurant ran out of cornflakes for 5days, the snack bar ran out of onion rings every day, the bars kept running out of sprits, one of the restaurants ran out of all beef one night. I know these are not big items but they are things that should not be happening in a 5Star hotel and deffo not in a Sensatori. I would go back maybe after a year to see if things have improved as the hotel and area was very nice. DaveMore
Dave R, Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom
Odane at main bar has excellent customer service and makes amazing cocktails.
I will write a full review on my return. Amazing place, great food and drink. Lovely restaurants and great staff. Staff are so friendly and know how to make a fuss of you. Weather's great, beach beautiful can't wait to come backMore
caister1, London, United Kingdom
Best Hotel in Negril!
1st thing 1st you have to book the Mobay Lounge for your arrival I booked ours at viator cost Â£100 for both arrival and departure best money ever spent, we were met at the plane and fast tracked past hundreds of people waiting at passport control and baggage checks and then we were taken to their lounge for a cold beer!! If I were you I'd book a taxi or even a small airplane (expensive but 11 mins from Montego Bay to Negril) you can be sitting in the bar at Azul while everyone else is still at the airport. The Hotel has a lovely reception which is very luxurious and on arrival definitely gives the right 1st impression. We had booked the adult section which is blocks 6 and 7 we had floor 3 (top floor) yes it has a wardrobe in the bathroom but it didn't really bother us!! Food - breakfast was great everything you could possibly want! Lunch we ate everyday at the buffet only because be love tuna salad other guests did like Garfield's at lunch but didn't try it, had lobster from the beach sellers which is picked out of the sea then cooked this is a must - best lobster!! The hotel is very good at putting on night time events Saturday was Jamaica night on the beach with big tables everyone just sits around chatting great for meeting people we also had dinner around the central pool with great music. Italian was lovely also ask for extras of something you want and have all the courses. Didn't like Garfield's both times we went, 1st time was the barefoot BBq - tiny portions and strange things that didn't work and you couldn't see the food to even eat it, the second time was awful we had ordered lobster from prince who was going round to get customers to buy the deal - I complained about mine because it tasted strange and was very burnt unfortunately Prince didn't handle my complaint very well and asked me off hand "if I'd ever eaten lobster before" was completely shocked by this! The lobster was off and they took it away took the meat out cooked in something else and tried to give it back to me ?????? Everyone else's tasted lovely so think I was unlucky!! The hotel shop is extremely expensive 2 small packets of crisps $5 that's just an example so don't forget suntan cream or anything really cause you don't want to pay for anything from there!! We had a lovely 7 days stay at Azul and are planning on going back we loved that they had a bar open till 2am, plenty entertainment, made friends and enjoyed the beautiful room and wonderful beach, plenty sun loungers and towels, staff friendly and happy, we did tip and everyone was grateful, we didn't feel that anyone had their hands out for money or were waiting for money. We walked both ways on the beach and Azul by far looks the best hotel on the Negril beach!! We unfortunately had a 7 hour delay going home which although gave us another day in the sun Thomson still took us to the airport too early and had 4 hour wait in the airport, the Thomson rep at the hotel even lied about departure times promised we would be departing at 10.30pm although departure was showing midnight, she then even said there was snow at gatwick! Hate being lied to and Thomson should just man up if they have a problem and tell everyone the truth - that's my rant over, and delays happen didn't ruin the actual holiday. Hope you like the pictures I've added too :)More
Dollyncrumpy, Hove, United Kingdom
Beautiful hotel, lovely food and excellent service. Christina was really efficient at the swim up pool and couldn't ask for better cocktails, Aaron is a little sweety and is consistently smiling. Odane, roydell and Joel were always nice to see forever smiling and happy whilst working. More
A few bottles of water short of perfection
This hotel is a fabulous piece of design on a stunning stretch of white sand and crystal sea. Rooms and suites vary from those in poolside blocks with diagonal sea views from smart glass balconies to small two story cottages and a block of sea facing suites in front of the activity pool complete with a giant chess set great for evening combat! Beds on the beach and in poolside areas were in abundance but the resort was only about 75% full ...there is a good selection of sun and shade in al sunbathing areas from parasols, salas and trees. The pools are beautiful although the adult section is fairly shaded in the morning. There is a safe swimming area in the sea and a watersports area ...nothing noisy though thank goodness, just kayaks and hobbie craft which are free to use and the option to snorkel and dive at a cost. The spa is beautiful and the beach massage platform was heavenly in the early morning, Dianne's massage was incredible and made my Birthday super relaxing. The food was quite simply excellent. At the Palms buffet, Kaven the chef cooks up the regulars with a fabulous Jamaican collection on offer daily. More Jamaican a la carte delights reside upstairs and Garfields beach bar held all the best secrets for us with a beach bbq lunch every other day and a fabulous laid back evening menu accompanied by jazz standards. They have the option here to eat out on the beach barefoot once a week. They do a huge lobster for an extra charge too. The staff here made a real fuss on my birthday which was very sweet. There were a couple of sociable round table buffets outdoors, the Jamaican themed evening was lovely with a top steel band called Silver Birch and a firedancer ...there were some butlinsesque activities afterwards which if you don't fancy we suggest legging it to the bar after the fire dancer! Service was slightly hit and miss. I would say 65% faultless and 35% could do better. Unlike other Sensatori, drinks were not served on the beach so the ever present water supply was missed. Lots of staff also hovered for tips and as Brits who tend to tip at the end instead of non stop cash carrying, we found this habit a bit tedious and a disincentive to tip. Tipping does have its place in Jamaica as its easy to forget that just because we share a language we don't share the same levels of income as the staff. Minimum wage workers in Jamaica make about Â£45 per week- although hotel workers here are better paid. There is no cash point on site so it is worth taking more cash (USD) than you might need rather than running short. All in all a holiday worth booking if you need to flop, drop and eat for a week or so. More
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