Charela Inn Hotel is a family-friendly hotel in Negril on the Western Tip of Jamaica. It has its own private section of the palm-fringed Seven Mile Beach, famous for its white sands and sunset views. You can relax and take a stroll here, or enjoy a different kind of natural beauty in the hotel's tropical garden. In the local area, you'll find bars where you can sip a cocktail and enjoy the evening sun. The hotel restaurant, opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and food is served la carte. You can also have coffee, tea and snacks each afternoon. There's a bar where you'll find a variety of soft and alcoholic drinks served throughout the day. After dinner, there's regular evening entertainment put on by the hotel. You can also have a lazy day at the outdoor pool. Rooms at Charela Inn Hotel are bright and spacious, with views overlooking the garden and sea. You'll also have a fridge where you can chill your drinks and store snacks. For younger families, baby cots can be provided in your room. You'll also find a balcony or terrace where you can have a cup of coffee while enjoying the view.
Charela Inn is surrounded by sandy beaches and rocky cliffs. You can take a trip out in a traditional sailing boat to go deep sea fishing, or try scuba diving or snorkelling with the tropical sea life. There's also a nature reserve and an adventure park for a family day out. The nearest main centre of Negril is 3km away. For a day trip, the island's capital, Montego Bay, is 80km away. Here you'll find bustling beaches such as Cornwall and Doctor's Cave. The area also has many popular restaurants where you can taste the local flavours of Jamaica. Golf lovers might appreciate Montego Bay's local courses.
The ‡ la carte menu at Charela Inn offers popular international dishes and local Jamaican cuisine. For breakfast, you can choose a combination of hot and cold dishes, and dinner is served over five courses. The bar has a range of local and international drinks to choose from.
You can explore the area via one of the local hiking routes to experience an elevated view over the landscape, or try horse riding along the beach.
The hotel has a private part of the beach with palm trees that provide a nice and comfortable shade. On the beach below the hotel, the hotel offers guests free sun loungers.
All rooms are fully air conditioned and have a TV showing satellite channels. They also have a safe to store your valuable items.
Distance to city centre 2km
On the beach
Distance to airport 80km (MBJ)
Address: 001 876 9574277, Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica
Negril, Jamaica, Jamaica
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Hi, The Charela has been around easily twenty years or more, and I have stayed there a few times. in my younger days. and when I had money. Our room, from what I can recall was ocean view facing the lovely beach. and calm ocean water. The food was generally delicious and we ate at the hotel often when they had a local show. If I had money I would go back in a "heart beat".
The Charela Inn was our idea of a perfect island getaway. Unlike an all-inclusive vibe, the Charela Inn provided a private, spacious and laid-back atmosphere that allowed you to breathe and relax without being compelled to do much more. The natural shade from the many lush and mature palm trees were a lovely and natural alternative to the all-too-common beach umbrellas at neighboring hotels. The clean beach and gentle waves were within just a few steps from our lounge chairs (of which there were plenty for all guests). The Charela staff was second to none, making a special effort to learn our names to provide more personalized service. A highlight of our stay was the entertainment provided on Thursday and Saturday nights, featuring talented Jamaican and non-Jamaican musicians. The restaurant was good, serving basic Jamaican and traditional American fare at a reasonable price. For casual lunches, there are several locations within walking distance of the hotel. One of our favorites was Best of the West, right across the street, which featured some of the best jerk chicken and drinks we had during our stay. Our room was beautiful, replete with an amazing (and brand new) jacuzzi tub, canopy king bed, and, best of all, an unobstructed view of the ocean and sunset. We met some lovely people while lounging on the beach, and they appreciated the Charela for the same reasons we did. The Charela Inn is the kind of destination you could count on year after to provide real rest and relaxation. We plan to return next year and are excited to experience once again everything the Charela has to offer!
Stayed here for first time for one week. Rooms are a bit dated but truly adequate for what we needed as only in our room to shower and sleep. Bed was super comfy. Beautiful white sandy beach with numerous palms for shade. Restaurant food was good.