- 7 nights
- from $1900 per person
The Caves is an intimate and fun boutique hotel set on the limestone cliffs of Negril, close to the seven mile long beachfront and provides the perfect hideaway from which to explore this intriguing Caribbean island.
At a Glance
Set on rocks close to Negril's scenic west end
Adult only all inclusive hotel
There's no beach, guests climb in to the water down carefully positioned ladders on the rocks
Rum bar inside a limestone grotto
Simple rustic style accommodations blend in with the Jamaican vibe
Take a visit to rick's cafe, next door to Caves, to watch the amazing cliff diversGemma Dobson
For those after an adrenaline rush jump from the cliffs into the blue waters beneathAlice Moseley
Staying on an all inclusive basis means you can indulge and enjoy, after all you are on vacation!Alice Moseley
To start planning your vacation to The Caves
The Caves is a small boutique hotel set on the cliffs of Negril on a rocky point overlooking the Caribbean. The cliff walls feature a series of cleverly built sun decks and diving platforms to enjoy the cool emerald sea. You will also find some excellent snorkeling in amongst the caves.
There are 12 hand crafted, stylish cottages with funky interiors, hand-carved furniture and batik fabrics, each with a sea view. The hotel also features a fabulous fully air conditioned four-bedroom/five bathroom deluxe villa with private pool, WiFi and satellite TV.
Spicy Jamaican cuisine is served in the open-air gazebo. There are also two grottoes in the cliffs for private dining, romantically lit with hundreds of candles. The hotel also has two bars, a saltwater swimming pool and a hot tub built into its own room in the cliffs with a view out to the sea. There are also a variety of treatments available at the Aveda Mini-Spa including their signature Caves Massage, inside a cave with candles and the soothing sound of the ocean aside.
For the more active, the hotel will be happy to organize hiking through the stunning mountainous landscape, tours to go scuba diving, deep sea fishing, shopping, climbing waterfalls, and wandering through Botanic Gardens all within a 2-hour drive. Jamaica is home to over 200 species of birds and some fantastic bird watching opportunities.
The Caves offer twelve exclusive cliff-side accommodations, including one and two-bedroom cottages and suites, plus a four-bedroom deluxe villa, nestled in lush indigenous surrounds. As described by The New York Times, the colorful wooden, thatch-roofed cottages “could have been designed by Matisse.” Each cottage is a study in the art of contrasts, textures and the subtle balance of dazzling exterior landscaping with private interior repose.
- 12 naturally ventilated private cliff-side accommodations, with louvered windows, handcrafted wood and wicker furnishings, one-of-a-kind artwork, (all ground floor Suites, including the One-Bedroom Cottages, have air conditioning)
- A fully air-conditioned four-bedroom / five bathroom deluxe villa with private pool, WiFi and satellite TV.
- King or Queen-sized Beds, most with mosquito netting
- Ceiling and Standing Fans
- Mini bars with standard brands for entertaining
- Refrigerator stocked with beverages, coffee, teas, milk & sugar
- CD players and CD libraries
- Telephones and data ports
- TV and DVD players and DVD library (available upon request)
- Coffeemaker, teacups, glasses and utensils
- In-room amenities by Blue Mountain Aromatics
- Ceramic scented-oil diffusers
- Nightly turn-down service
Enjoy our individually designed and meticulously crafted deluxe suites with lush gardens and brilliant, sweeping sea views.
The deluxe two-bedroom cottages,mix the best of art and design with your little bit of paradise on the cliffs. They combine warm Jamaican design with contemporary comfort to bring you the best of a fully functional home so you can enjoy your vacation in style.
|Clandestino Deluxe Villa||
Nestled in a lush tropical jungle within The Caves’ resort property, the app. 3500 sq. foot wood, stone and thatched-roofed luxury Caribbean villa is set on a half acre of naturally landscaped gardens, with magnificent trees, cut stone walkways, and a two-car open-air private parking area. It is a perfect choice for groups, families, working vacationmakers, and anyone seeking total privacy and relaxation with the utmost comfort.
The villa offers four unique bedrooms -one King, two Queens, one double- each with an en suite bathroom. The master bedroom features a double-sized Jacuzzi bath and two private balconies, perfect for sun-bathing and moon-watching. The second and third bedrooms both have queen beds and one-of-a-kind molded baths. The fourth bedroom is a self-contained studio cottage, adjacent to the main house, with a double bed, molded bath and a small kitchenette.
The Caves only accepts children over the age of 16 years. Families with older children will love the excursions offered by the hotel and given the close proximity to the beach a wide range of waters sports are available.
Facilities at the Caves include a saltwater swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, hot tub, two bars, two restaurants, and the Aveda Mini-Spa.
Complimentary activities include snorkeling and activities at an additional charge include spa treatments, land and sea excursions and bicycle rentals. Windsurfing, diving, sailing, parasailing and water skiing are also available nearby.
Location & Directions
The Caves is located on the limestone cliffs on Lighthouse Road, in the West End of Negril, on the west coast of Jamaica.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.