RIU Palace Tropical Bay

Norman Manley Boulevard Bloody Bay Beach - Negril - , Negril


  • SGL

    Max. occupancy: 3/2+2 pax (2 adults and 2 children up to 12 years).

    Rooms with sea views can be reserved.

    Connecting rooms available.

    Approx. 35/40 sq.m.

    Bathroom with shower.

    Integrated living room area with sofa or sofa bed (sleeping area 2 steps higher).

    2 beds 125 x 200 cm or 1 bed 200 x 200 cm.

  • SGL

    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Alarm Clock, Bath, Ceiling fan, Hairdryer, Internet Access and WIFI, Ironing board, Ironing Facilities, Mini-bar, Safe, Telephone

    Hydromassage bathtub in room and additional shower cabin
    Integrated lounge area with sofa
    1 king-size bed (200 x 200 cm)
    Big terrace
    Ocean view

    Bed size:1 king-size bed (200 x 200 cm)


The Hotel Riu Palace Tropical Bay (All Inclusive 24h), is located at the famous Bloody Bay beach in Negril, Jamaica, one of the best resorts in the area par excellence. Its Victorian style inspires harmony and calmness surrounded by a 47,000 m2 garden.

There‘s no better way to relax than in a Riu Palace with all the options for relaxation it has to offer. The complex includes two fresh water swimming pools, a solarium terrace, gym, Jacuzzi, sauna, the wellness centre and a vast beach where you can sunbathe and enjoy a drink.

The 24h All Inclusive system gives you the opportunity to sample the best Jamaican cuisine prepared by our chefs for the buffet restaurant or the delicious menus in the themed restaurants: a wide variety to satisfy every palate.

We recommend you to try out the entertainment program that the Riu Palace Tropical Bay has organised for all ages. For adults and children alike, there are endless activities to do as a family, couple or with friends. The complex includes two tennis courts, table tennis, a gym, volleyball, windsurfing, sailing, snorkelling, kayaking, body boarding, diving and other water activities. For the children, there is a playground near the beach and an entertainment program where they can enjoy a range of activities with our entertainers.

Jamaica harbours many secrets and wonderful places. You mustn’t miss excursions to the thermal springs of Rhodes, Hall Plantation, the crowded Seven Mile Beach, The Great Morass where you can see endemic birds and American crocodiles, or Roaring River, a cave where you can swim and see harmless bats. If you like to play golf, the Negril Hills course is perfect for enjoying a game. In Negril you can also go cycling through the hills which offer splendid photo opportunities.

Fall in love with Negril and have your best holiday at the Riu Palace Tropical Bay. Enjoy the best offers of Jamaica and spend some relaxing time at the hotel.


  • All-inclusive
  • Bathrobe and slipper service in the room
  • Bathroom cosmetics
  • Children's activities
  • Fitness Center
  • Free entertainment
  • Free water activities
  • Free Wi-Fi in the hotel
  • Game room
  • Garden
  • Great sea/ ocean views
  • Internet Access and WIFI
  • Kids Pool
  • Kids' minibar with juice, milk, milkshakes and soft drinks (restocked daily)
  • Lounges/bars
  • Mini-bar
  • Nightclub
  • Pool(s)
  • Restaurant(s)
  • Safe
  • SPA
  • Tennis Court
  • Water sports



Head west out of Montego Bay and, when the air becomes thick with ganja smoke and horizontal pursuits start to take precedence over vertical ones, you’ll know you’ve entered the vacation-ville of Negril. Stuck out on the island’s western tip and graced with its finest and longest natural beach, Negril was first colonized by hippies in the early 1970s, though it is their more affluent offspring who claim it today. Unsurprisingly, 40 years of development has left its mark – not all of it good. Negril is renowned for its hustlers who push drugs, sex and trinkets on anyone with dollars who moves. But it’s not all hassle. A strong local business community, fueled by a noble desire to safeguard Negril’s precious ecology, has kept the area from becoming a full-on circus. Consequently Negril remains, by and large, a laid-back place of impromptu reggae concerts and psychedelic sunsets where nobody – save for the manic route taxi drivers – ever seems to be in a hurry.

In both geography and character, Negril can be split neatly in two. The erroneously-named Seven Mile Beach (it’s a little over four miles long) supports a strip of midrange family-run accommodations plus some larger low-rise all-inclusives at its northern end. Further south, the West End is the original Negril of hippy-era legend. Here precipitous cliffs, up to 50ft high in places, plunge into the azure ocean. Quirkier, more private hotels and restaurants inhabit this jagged coastline.

Save for a tiny pre-1970s fishing village, Negril has never supported a major Jamaican settlement. Thus, the nominal ’town’ sandwiched between the beach and the West End doesn’t really offer much in the way of a genuine Jamaica experience. For full-on local immersion, you’ll have to head southeast to Treasure Beach.

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