Catering to Negril's budget traveler and spring break crowds. These budget hotels are clean, and make staying in Negril that much easier, and cheaper. At under $100 a night these hotels are a great option.
Jah B's Dollhouse Cottages-
These cottages can handle up to 8 people. Some cottages have kitchenettes and some have outside showers. These budget accommodations are basic but clean, and at under $50 per night they can't be beat.
Lazy dayz offers small cottages and large suites with full kitchens and dining areas. This budget accommodation has interesting sky view gazebos.
Fun Holiday Beach Resort-
Nothing says spring break like Fun Holiday. Starting at $90 off-season, this resort is in the heart of Negril's nightlife. Standard rooms or two-bedroom kitchenette rooms all have AC. Fun Holiday also offers inexpensive meal plans. It also runs many seasonal specials. The large swim up bar and beachside location makes this the place to party.
Located in the heart on Negril's nightlife scene this budget accommodation features basic rooms. Their year round reasonable pricing depends on weather you choose a room with or without AC. The on site restaurant in a draw for those traveling the beach and the convenient access to downtown is a bonus.
The Yellow Bird-
Offering accommodations that range from basic sleeping rooms to two-bedroom cottages. Morning coffee and toast are complimentary, but AC will cost you a small fee. Sleeping rooms start at around $35 a night off-season.
Errol's Sunset Cafe and Guest House-
For the budget conscience traveler with rates starting at $25-$40 per person per night. Located by the town center and craft market. Cottages are equipped with two full beds, a bathroom, TV but no phones.
White Sands Negril-
With rooms on both the beach and morass side of the road this resort has accommodations that range from standard rooms to a four-bedroom private villa. Starting at around $57 per night off-season this location can't be beat. All rooms have AC and either a balcony or a porch. Some units have kitchenettes.
Negril Yoga Centre-
Negril Yoga Centre offers rooms or small cottages starting at around $35 per night off-season. This basic property's amenities include refrigerators, verandahs, and private bathrooms. Some rooms have AC for a fee. Negril Yoga Centre offers up some great yoga classes for all, at just $8 a class for guests and $10 a class for non-guests.
Sea Star Inn-
Known by many as the top B&B in Negril. Offering AC, TV's, complimentary cell phones, internet, a swim up bar and more. Rates start at $59 per room per night double occupancy. They also have an unlimited food and beverage package starting at $490 per week, not including room charge.
Travellers Beach Resort-
Starting at $66 per night off-season this budget accommodation has rooms ranging from bungalows, some with AC and kitchens, to very comfortable suites with Jacuzzi tubs, full kitchens, private balconies and amazing views. The property also boasts a new pool with swim up bar.
Blue Cave Castle-
Located on the West End cliffs this hotel is known for it's laid-back vibe, and picturesque location. Starting at $50 per night off-season for its basic tower room. Only the superior room has AC, even the penthouse room is cooled with ceiling fans. This is great for travelers without children, as the swimming can be difficult in the cliffs, and the access down to the ocean can be tricky as well.
Known as "the meeting place of the gods." Maybe because the views are breathtaking, the snorkeling is great and the rates are low. Starting at $52 per night off-season this resort has AC in the standard room plus, and their superior rooms. They also have a two-bedroom suite and private sea front cottages. A bar, restaurant, and pool are all on premises as well.
Banana Shout Resort-
Located on the West End cliffs these cottages are basic but offer peace and quiet. Most equipped with refrigerators, hammocks, coffee makers and some with kitchenettes. Most cottages sleep two but one seaside cottage sleeps four. Starting rates are $80 per night off-season. Check out Banana Shout the novel written by Mark Conklin, who is also the owner of Banana Shout Resort.