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Jamaica Sandals Whitehouse Vs. Negril

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Jamaica Sandals Whitehouse Vs. Negril

We are trying to decide between Sandals Whitehouse and Negril. Can someone give me their pros and cons of each resort? We have not been to either.

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1. Re: Jamaica Sandals Whitehouse Vs. Negril

Sandals Whitehouse is quite a distance from Montego Bay's Airport, 2 hours to be exact. It is currently closed for "rennovations" (hotel is brand new most likely a front to get rid of unionized employees)and plans to reopen December 18. It is much more newer and luxurios than Negril.However it is located in Bluefield, Westmoreland and is far from everything. No nearby shopping or entertainment. Everything is on property.Outside the property you will see fishermen drawing their boats, its a very sleepy town.

Sandals Negril is older, less luxurious. It is better if you want go get out and explore the culture,nightlife,beaches and restaurants.

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2. Re: Jamaica Sandals Whitehouse Vs. Negril

Just an FYI on Sandals Whitehouse.... Not sure about the "Agents" comments.... Whitehouse is isolated. There are some tours available from there. Haven't been to SN for quite a while but I'm sure you'd find a lot more to do off property. The latest from the Jamaica Gleaner on SWH jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/…business6.html

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