Resort Set on Award-Winning Caribbean Beach
Painted in vibrant shades of blue, yellow, and green, Legends Beach Resort is located in Negril, Jamaica, a tropical resort town known for its laid-back vibe. The hotel sits directly on Seven Mile Beach, a former hippie hangout that still draws free spirits eager to try out cliff jumping or listen to live reggae music. Named one of the Caribbean’s best beaches by Frommer's, the stretch of sand is visible from the hotel's open-air restaurant, where diners browse buffets and take part in themed meals. Guests at Legends Beach Resort can also take advantage of the amenities offered at Samsara Cliff Resort, including all-inclusive meal-and-drink plan reciprocity and access to its scuba-diving center.
This getaway's all-inclusive meal-and-drink package covers breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as local-brand liquors and drinks from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. After settling into a standard gardenside room, you can fill up on jamaican jerk chicken and snapper at the beachfront buffet or sip exotic cocktails on the waterfront patio. Theme nights include “Jamaica Me Crazy Night,” when you can sample traditional island fare and listen to live reggae music.
Rows of red lounge chairs are stationed on the white-sand beach steps from the Caribbean Sea, and tropical gardens surround two secluded swimming pools. For a taste of adventure, take the five-minute shuttle ride to Samsara Cliff Resort. Here you can take a complimentary scuba-diving lesson, snorkel through tropical coral reefs, or jump from the top of the Samsara cliffs.
Negril, Jamaica: Laid-Back Beach Town with Reggae Soundtrack and Picturesque Sunsets
Located on Jamaica’s western coast, Negril is known for its white-sand beaches, rugged cliffs, and coral reefs lying just offshore. The nearby underwater beauty makes the town a popular spot for scuba diving and snorkeling, and anglers have found the sea filled with blue marlin, wahoo, and mahi-mahi.
Often called "the capital of casual," Negril is best defined by its laid-back vibe, from the slow and steady rhythm of the indigenous reggae music to its unofficial uniform: swimsuits and flip-flops. Due to its spot on the island’s westernmost point, the city has a front-row seat to some of the world’s most beautiful sunsets. Visitors and locals alike often climb to the top of the waterfront cliffs just to watch. At the Royal Palm Reserve, about 300 acres of tropical forests and wetlands are home to more than 300 types of birds, butterflies, and abandoned Rubik's cubes.
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