What We Love
- All-inclusive, all-adult, and au natural resort - for those that so desire.
- Boutique-sized private enclave on the stunningly gorgeous Negril coast.
- Upgraded perks like butler service, upgraded minibar, private pool & preferential services.
Things to Know
- Located on one of the prettiest slices of beach in the world.
- A dreamy spa with hydrotherapy circuit, massages, and body and facial treatments.
- Full access to the sister resorts.
LocationNegril - Beach
General Policies & Fine Print
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy - This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Transfer Policy - A price may display when children stay free, if your vacation includes transfer to your hotel.
General Information - Room taxes and service fees are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating336 reviews
Only one word to describe Awesome!
My Husband and I had the absolute pleasure of going to the Beachcomber for the first time this year and we will be going back! The staff was friendly and helpful, the room was comfortable and clean with hot water every day! The beach in Negril is the best and the Beachcomber is in a perfect spot that is clean and not crowded. Dominique was an excellent host to her guests and always made sure her guests were happy, she even took my husband to town to look for limes! I would recommend this location looking for a well deserved vacation to chill out and relax!
Quiet Getaway at Charming Little Hotel
Just returned from a week stay at the Beachcomber Hotel. This place is great and the staff is very sweet. The owner Dominique, her daughter Bianca and all of the staff really do go out of their way to make your stay as great as possible! A small little boutique hotel right on the beach that offers a nice option away from the bigger all inclusive resorts. The hotel is very low key, so if you're looking for a quiet getaway in a clean and charming room, this is the place. I had the opportunity to stay in a few rooms during my visit and I can say they were all great, each with a unique bedding and curtain decor, the bed frames have four wooden posts, clean sheets, A/C, hot water and fresh towels daily (including face and hand towels)! You have options to either hang out on the beach catching some rays during the day, have a drink by the bar, or an evening cocktail on your very own patio by your room before or after dinner. All inclusive offers a convenient option, but you can also go out to explore the many food and snack options at one of the local bars or restaurants along the 7 mile beach. Everything is walkable. Highly recommend the Beachcomber Hotel and will definitely stay here again. :)
Far from almost all inclusive
I chose this resort as it was in a great location. I paid the extra for the almost all inclusive and was told by sunwing that would include your 3 meals a day along with all your drinks. I have never stayed at a resort were if you weren’t the first one in line when food was put out you may not get anything! They never replenished any of the food. They used small little plates so if you were lucky enough to get some food you couldn’t take too much. They had no condiments other than ketchup. No mustard no relish no pickles , nothing! The first couple of days they had French salad dressing for the little bit of salad you may get but come the end didn’t see any salad dressing either. They had different cocktails posted around the bar when we first arrived however they had no alcohol to make any of these drinks. There was literally 5 bottles of booze in the bar so they painted over the drinks so don’t expect frozen drinks. The pool was closed for “treatment” when we arrived but it looked like it hadn’t been cleaned in months. We weren’t planning on spending time in the pool however it ended up being quiet windy and the ocean was very rough would’ve been nice to have the pool to go into those days. The staff was amazing i feel bad for them as they have nothing to work with. I have stayed at 3 star resorts in Cuba that had more food and drink! Rooms were big but in desperate need of updating. When we arrived our bedding was dirty! That is not acceptable! If you do go to this resort make sure to bring bug spray! We were covered in bites from head to toe by the end of the week! There are some great places in Negril, this is not one of them!
Had to check out early
Had a horrible time. There was a lizard in my room and hopped on my bed. Then the service is very poor. Breakfast was promised to be included but when I go up at 8 am there was no food out and the few workers didnt even acknowledge my presence.
OK, but could be better
The Beachcomber Club Resort could be amazing with better management of the property. The location is perfect and on the most amazing beach in the world. The rooms were large and on par with most smaller resorts in Negril along 7 mile beach. Unfortunately their were not enough beach loungers/chairs available for all of the guests and the majority of the ones that were there were broken or badly worn. You had to play a stupid game of musical chairs every day to try and get somewhere to sit and/or get up at 6:00AM to try and put your towel on a chair to reserve it (which drives you crazy when people do this and then they don't even use their chair throughout the day) The food, although tasty, was very limited and you had to be quick to be one of the first in line as they often ran out of food. The selection was very limited and they served chicken almost every day for lunch and dinner. They brought in a singer/organist twice during our 1 week stay for dinner "entertainment" which was very bad and painful to listen to. The bar staff tried very hard to make drinks with an EXTREMELY limited selection. The entire bar consisted of 5-6 bottles of liquor and at least 2-3 of them were not part of the all inclusive plan (Crown Royal Whiskey and Arbour Mist wine) There was no wine available anywhere on the resort to have with your dinner. The Arbour Mist "wine" was considered "top shelf" that you had to pay for which was a joke as who actually drinks this sweet crap? They only put out 1 bottle of vodka every couple of days and we ran out of rum several times throughout the week which was unbelievable for an "all inclusive" resort. How do you run a business like that??? We even overheard the manager tell the bartender to "stretch" the small amount of rum left (a couple of ounces in 2 bottles) to the end of the shift which left 6 of us to have watered down drinks for the last couple of hours before the bar closed. What a joke!! Again, this could be an awesome place, but the Manager, Dominique needs some serious training on how to effectively run the place and give the employees the resources they need to enhance the customer experience. The staff tried hard to have fun with us and make the stay memorable but our hearts go out to them as they have very little to work with.