Get to know the black-owned Negril Treehouse Resort

Negril Treehouse Resort is a black-owned Jamaican hotel perfectly located on Negril’s Seven Mile Beach. Jamaica is a favorite destination for black travelers all year round. Whether it’s the island’s beautiful vibe, the friendly locals, or the food that never fails, Jamaica has something that keeps black travelers coming back and feeling welcome.

With the rise of hotels, black-owned Jamaican businesses, Airbnband visits, it becomes easier and easier to support the residents on your Caribbean getaway. The Negril Treehouse Resort has played a pivotal role in paving the way for Jamaican tourism to Negril and the island itself.

With over 30 years of service, the hotel prides itself on island hospitality and the “casual vibe,” a perfect and well-known Caribbean combination.

“The Negril Treehouse will rejuvenate your spirit. Here you will find 70 of the best air-conditioned rooms and suites in Negril,” reads the website.

Rejuvenation is certainly a guarantee when landing in Negril, and this extends even further into the atmosphere of the station. The Negril Treehouse is owned by Gail Jackson, a former GE sales engineer and University of Pittsburgh graduate. Jackson is known in Negril for serving her guests with warmth offering phenomenal attention and hospitality.

It’s also worth noting that as one of the famous black-owned hotels on the island, the Negril Treehouse Resort offers the perfect balance of relaxation and luxury. As well as relaxing at the on-site bar, guests can enjoy a range of water activities on offer, including parasailing, water yoga, snorkeling, scuba diving, and more.

The hotel tends to receive an abundance of reviews focusing on its idyllic location. The natural beauty of the area can be admired at these places: Seven Mile Beach and Bloody Bay. Kool Runnings Water Park and Samuel’s Bay National Marine Park are also worth a visit.

Negril Treehouse Resort features 70 rooms, an outdoor pool, 12 outdoor tennis courts, spa services, and (of course) top-notch cuisine. Expect the most authentic feel of a Caribbean resort while enjoying the Caribbean Sea at this hotel.

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