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The Cliff Hotel in Negril Is Making Improvements

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - August 19, 2016

Changes at Jamaica’s best new hotel

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor

The Cliff hotel in Negril, Jamaica is less than a year old but it’s already making improvements.

When the retreat reopens after the off-season break on October 1, it will be with a new yoga pavilion and fitness center, the final phase in the multi-million-dollar reimagining of what was Moon Dance Cliffs.

“There is no other place in the world like The Cliff, and with the recent investments and renovations, it’s clear the hotel’s ownership (Avra Jain, Joseph Del Vecchio and Dalia Lagoa) are committed to offering a luxury, exclusive and authentic Jamaican experience,” said Diandra Shand, assistant general manager.  “We are so proud to welcome guests this fall to enjoy the fully completed resort and the soulful ambiance of the local community in Negril.”

Earlier this year we named the boutique hotel, which features 33 rooms in suites, cottages and villas that punctuate five waterfront acres on Negril’s West End, among the best new hotels in Jamaica.

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