Photos and Description of this holiday condo in Negril - Point Village Condo #105
Bright, Airy, 2nd Floor Studio With A Wide View Of The Sea And Negril Sunsets.
Ease into your day with coffee on the balcony while gazing at the sparkling clear blue Caribbean sea in front of you. This is how your day may begin during a stay in our airy, 2nd floor end unit. Our island home is in Point Village, a 14-acre private, secure condo community on 7 mile beach between Grand Lido and Hedonism II.
Lounge in sun or shade on the property's two private sandy beaches, one clothing optional. Snorkel in the cove just steps from the door. And, walk 7 mile beach beginning from the Point Village clothing optional beach for about 4.5 miles toward 'downtown' Negril.
The Point Village property includes round-the-clock security, 2 private sandy beaches (one clothing optional), natural rock pools, snorkeling cove (bring gear), pool and tennis court. The property's waterfront is unique for Negril - with a combination of rocky shoreline and sandy beaches no outside hotel/resort vacationers or vendors walk by or through. So, whether hanging around the property or exploring Negril and beyond, Point Village makes a more private, secure and higgler-free home base.
Rental includes use of a cell phone and one complimentary taxi to the grocery store. Housekeeping is included every 3 or 4 days; once during a one-week stay.
We also manage rentals of a collection of other Point Village studios ~ ocean front, ocean view, and garden view. Our VRBO calendar reflects availability of one or more studios that we manage, even if ours is booked. Through March 2014, there is extremely limited availability of ocean front and ocean view studios. Please write or call for the most up to date availability.
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
In 1988 I spent the holidays in Negril and learned about a condo community to be built. I walked the property - the water front and views were beautiful, and the landscape was untouched, the most visible inhabitants were goats. Once back in the U.S. I visited the Jamaican consulate in NYC to see the plans and chose this 2nd floor end unit from an architectural drawing and map of the property. Finally, construction was completed in 1992 and that was the beginning of the adventure. On my first trip as a homeowner I slept on an air mattress on the floor. I was beyond thrilled to be there and own a little slice of paradise, and we still feel that way 20+ years later.