Devine Destiny Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Summerset Rd, West End, Negril, Jamaica, Caribbean
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Costs 44% less but rated 36% lower than other 2 star hotels

Good For Solo
  • Families0
  • Couples14
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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1st timers

by lilwing127

Hello all.
We will be staying at the couples swept away resort at the end of april.
Looking for some advice about the local nightlife. And the best place to go para-sailing.
looking to hook up with another couple that have been here before to show us around. A little nervous about leaving the resort. We're mid 40's (old hippies.) enjoy partying, dancing and all the other fun stuff to be had. Need a golf partner.

Re: 1st timers

by NegrilPirate

Good afternoon from Negril,
There is a new shuttle bus service that will pick you up and take you anywhere in the Western End of Negril, {now called One Love Drive} and return you to your hotel. This is a free service and all you have to do is call Lambert the bus operator at 876 874 6631 and he will give you the ETA for your drive. As I said, there is no charge, but there is a tip box.
We call it the One Love Drive Bus and it is a promotional service aimed at bring people to the Cultural area of Negril.
Hope this helps.

Re: 1st timers

by jerkysbaby

As for parasailing, look at the ocean and fo lefr. There is a small hotel next door to swept away called top beach cabins. Ask for "Spiderman" he will set you up with premium parasail and help you with a taxi or tour or and he is honest and a good guy. Tell him Kim sent you. The hotel has a bar, nice place to hang out, I think you will enjoy it , it is a local place, Jamacian owned a bit less stuffy than swept away and the people are kind, fun and helpful. Enjoy your trip.
Respect, KIm

Re: 1st timers

by 2giants

We were in Negril in October - Alfred's has live music 3 nights a week (I think). You will need a ride to get there - too far to walk from couples. We also tried the Pushcart restaurant our last night, in the west end - Wish we had found it earlier - we would have been regulars. They also had live music at dinner time, and offer a free shuttle.

Travel Tips for Negril

A Recommended Guide in Negril

by Winch

On our last visit to Negril, a friend of ours introduced us to his longtime guide, Ian Perry. We got to be great friends and found him to be knowledgeable, reliable and resourceful. Once, after realizing I'd left my backpack at a jerk place 20 miles behind us (DOH!), Ian whipped out his cellphone, found the number, and made sure the manager had it safely tucked away. We returned & I fetched my wallet, camera, etc. He's a lifesaver and he never even broke a sweat.

Ian took care of everything, from a shopping trip downtown to a private mini-bus back to the airport. He set up beach trips, made sure we had what we needed, steered us away from bad bargains and even translated for us (Jamaican/English). He's a laid-back Rasta, but he instantly stepped in when a hustler made me for a mark, and sent the guy on his way.

Hiring a personal guide was surprisingly worthwhile, if a bit pricey. We paid him about $10(US)/hr or $100 for a full day, plus meals, drinks and other stuff. Ian Perry can be contacted by writing him at Little London P.O., Westmoreland, Jamaica, W.I. His last known local cell number is 876-439-3949.


by lbingaman

we only took carry on baggage but i suggest taking a spare bag along if you plan to shop. then you will have something to bring home those treasures you must have. sandals, a few swimsuits, 1-2 pair of shorts only. Pack light. we didn't dine anywhere fancy so we only needed our swimsuits and shorts. A beach wrap is a must for us ladies. it doubles as a skirt or dress to dine at your resort. PeptoBismol (for just in case), sunblock (even if you tan at home), tylenol (for the mornings if you indulge too much), hygiene products and any prescriptions that you have to take. take your cameras and film with you. Even though I tan very easily in the States and rarely burn at home, I highly recommend that you take sunblock with you and use it!!!! Especially on your face. I found out the hard way.

Y/S Falls


As you travel the back roads and thru the curves and over the hills and construction you will finually arrive at the Falls. It has a lot less people than Dunns Falls. No people bothering you to buy things. When you first arrive you will ride a bus pulled by tractor back to the falls thru a field with cows in it, then thru the jungle. You will go thru a few gates so don't get jumpy. We watched a ffew people swing from a rope for a $1 into the water. You can too ! It's very quite and more like a picnic area. The trees hold many air plants. It is very beautiful. If your lucky there will be someone there to tell you what the plants are. We brought some snacks & drink of our own. There are nice restrooms to change. A shelter house and a fella was there selling beer and other drinks. There was a gift shop at the very beginning but not at the falls.

Where the locals go, the real Jamaican food

by jessiem about MiYard

Now, this is where the locals eat- not a tourist spot. You can find affordable genuine Jamaican food; ackee and saltfish, tuna or baracuda, steamed callaloo, bamee, fried bread fruit, sweet plantains, and festivals (a fried bread stick). Good food, but it is suggested that you don't go by yourself at night- druggies have a tendency to migrate over there. Just be aware. There is also nightly entertainment on their stage right outside the porch during the peak season. I love the bamee and salt-fish and also the baracuda. You can get a lot of food for about $J 400.

Cliff Diving

by Ron&Deb

At Rick's Cafe while waiting for the sunset, watch the Jamaican "lifeguards" dive from the cliffs and the 95 foot tree dive. Have a few drinks, tip the lifeguards, then have a 45 foot leap yourself. The rush is amazing though a sure buzzkill. Try it, this old man did.


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 Devine Destiny Hotel

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Address: Summerset Rd, West End, Negril, Jamaica, Caribbean