The Negril Tree House Resort in Negril has been selected by Travel Noire as one of the finest black-owned hotels in the world


Gail Jackson, the American-born owner, moved to Negril, Jamaica about 30 years ago to develop the resort with her late husband. The hotel’s convenient location in the center of Seven Mile Beach has made it a popular landmark on the island. Since 1997, the Negril Tree House Resort has been committed to providing its guests with superior accommodations and services. The resort has 70 air-conditioned rooms, all equipped with a secure safe, TV with cable/satellite channels, whirlpool bath and shower. The resort also offers a fitness center and on-site massage and spa treatments. The on-site restaurant offers free breakfasts daily, and transportation to and from the airport is available. There is free Wi-Fi, an outdoor swimming pool and an open-air cocktail bar. The resort offers a special wedding package for those wishing to get married in Jamaica.

Montego Bay offers tropical adventures, white sand beaches, plenty of restaurants and shops, and great pubs and nightclubs. Capital of the parish of St. James, it is the third largest city in Jamaica and offers activities and attractions for all tastes, including eco-adventures, rafting on the Martha Brae River and a multitude of water sports and activities. Montego Bay is very popular with tourists and is home to a cruise terminal and duty-free shops. From the Montego Bay resort, it’s easy to visit attractions such as Rose Hall Great House, Dunn’s River Falls, or go on a zipline adventure.

The other nine black-owned hotels ranked by Travel Noire as “the most beautiful” in the world include Jnane Tamsna in Marrakech, Morocco; Spice Island Beach Resort in Grand Anse, Grenada; Villa La Maison Michelle in Saint-James. Barbados; ikhaya Lodge in Cape Town, South Africa; the Soweto Hotel and Conference Center in Soweto, South Africa; the Salamander Resort and Spa in Middleburg, Virginia; The House in Midtown in Houston, Texas; Paradise Cove in Anguilla; and RLJ Kendeja in Paynesville, Liberia.


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