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Kuyaba Negril LtdNorman Manley Boulevard - Negril
Phone: +1 876-957-4318

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Kuyaba Negril is a Jamaican family-owned and operated property that captures the authentic Jamaican feel, located on the beautiful seven mile beach in Negril.
 
Our hotel features a restaurant situated on the beach where national and international cuisine is served.
 
There are rustic cottages with or without kitchenette, deluxe rooms, a honeymoon suite/treetop room and king suites.
 
Rustic Cottages The simple wooden cottages provide the relaxed charm of old Negril, located steps away from the beach.
 
All rooms have porches, air conditioning and fans. If you are a seasoned traveller, one searching for an alternative and inexpensive vacation, or someone looking for a very basic stay, this is the perfect destination for you.
 
Rustic Cottages with Kitchenette These are very similar to the rustic cottages, but with simple cooking facilities.
 
Each cottage consists of one bedroom and a sitting room which can be transformed to provide more sleeping space.
 
A maximum of four persons can be accommodated.
 
These cottages are ideal for the traveller who wishes to do some cooking or for a family.
 
All rooms have porches, ceiling fans and air conditioning.
 
Deluxe Rooms Our deluxe rooms are just a few steps away from the beach and boast Mexican-tiled floors, French doors and windows, air conditioning and ceiling fans, cable television, as well as CD and radio players. Each room has two double beds or two queen-sized beds.
 
All rooms have private/semi-private verandahs with a swinging hammock chair, nestled amongst our vast tropical jungle-like gardens.
 
Honeymoon Suite/Treetop Room This is a favourite with returning guests and is usually booked well in advance.
 
It also boasts Mexican-tiled floors, French doors and windows, air conditioning and ceiling fans, cable television, and a CD and radio player.
 
Swinging hammock chairs decorate the large wooden balcony.
 The word Kuyaba is actually an Arawak Indian word used to describe a paradise for feasting, drinking and dancing.
 The word Kuyaba is actually an Arawak Indian word used to describe a paradise for feasting, drinking and dancing.
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