Romantic and charming, Negril’s all-inclusive, adults only Sunset at the Palms caters well to couples with treehouse-style accommodations, verdant tropical grounds, and a very tranquil atmosphere. The beach is across the street (this factor has a strong negative effect on the Overall Beach Resort Rating, lowering it from the lower A range to the upper B range), dining variety is below average for an all-inclusive (there are just three restaurants plus the Chef’s Showcase, and not all options are open every night), and rooms lack ocean views; but the property offers great food for an all-inclusive with consistently strong reviews, open-air dining areas (a con for some), a pool and jacuzzi area with a hidden jungle feel and a large swim-up bar, a relatively spacious fitness center with air conditioning, a small spa with open-air treatments, excellent overall service, and a decent selection of on-site and off-site activities. Rooms come with peaked ceilings, ceiling fans, Asian-inspired furnishings, king-size beds, dark wood floors, Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities, and private porches; the larger split-level suites have two full bathrooms and two private verandas. Activities include guided nature walks, Jamaican cooking and bartending classes, kayaking, catamaran sailing, and windsurfing. Excursions such as jungle river tubing, river rafting, canoeing, horseback riding, scuba diving, deep sea fishing, and mountain biking can also be arranged.