Well, we normally don’t post about specific hotels in the Caribbean—especially when we have never been there ourselves—but this post by Lavinia in the pursuitist.com site looks at a hotel in Negril that looks architecturally/environmentally interesting. Here is her post.
Also referred to as “an organic interpretation of romance”, the atmosphere provided by the Caves Resort is one of a kind. Located in Negril, Jamaica, The Caves consists of twelve cottage-inspired dwellings, situated atop a dramatic cliff and overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Natural volcanic grottos can be explored by visitors of the resort, while swimming or during a romantic candlelight meal.
All the cottages were developed by architects Greer-Ann and Bertram Saulter, and display a charming rustic exterior. Their design was inspired from that of a tropical hut and are built with natural materials such as wood and stone. Each of the accommodation units provides a high degree of comfort and privacy and no mention beautiful sea vistas. Other resort features include sundecks, caves, a generous saltwater pool, hot tub and Jacuzzi. The Aveda Mini-Spa is a perfect place for relaxation and was developed in an open gazebo overlooking the blue waters of the Caribbean. According to the official website of the hotel, a variety of traditional and exotic looking dishes are provided for the visitors, from authentic Jamaican Jerk barbeques to magnificent candlelit 5-course affairs.
For more information, reservation and rates, you can contact the hotel staff here.
For the original report and more photos go to http://pursuitist.com/travel/the-fabulous-caves-hotel-in-negril-jamaica/