October 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Couples Swept Away in Negril, Jamaica

Poised on a vast expanse of Negril's breathtaking, white sand Seven Mile Beach, Couples Swept Away adults only resort is sure to sweep you off your feet. Embraced by a bounty of tropical foliage, this all-inclusive adult couples only Jamaican hideaway will redefine your idea of paradise. Lush gardens, tranquil beaches, private balconies and inviting hammocks ensure that each suite offers its own individual experience, while a wealth of dining venues encourages you to indulge your every culinary craving, from Thai to Latin to innovative continental flavors.

Whether you would like to become a certified scuba diver or learn the history of Jamaican music, you will be thrilled by the variety of ways to spend your days. You might try a water skiing lesson, embark on a catamaran cruise, indulge in a soothing spa treatment, enjoy a yoga lesson or take advantage of unlimited golf. Beyond the resort's decadent borders, adventure beckons, with a complimentary Shuttle to Margaritaville and Pirates Cave or a glass bottom boat tour.

Location of Couples Swept Away

Couples Swept Away
Norman Manley Blvd.
Negril, Jamaica

Nearest Airport: MBJ

Amenities for Couples Swept Away

  • General Information
  • 312 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Spa on Property
  • Casino
  • Fitness Center
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Players
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Hair Dryers
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Televisions
  • Activities
  • Tennis
  • Water Skiing
  • Scuba Diving
  • Yoga
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Couples Swept Away

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

We spend the second week of 2 week vacation in Jamaica at Swept away. First was in Couples Negril and you can check review there. Beach was the best i have seen. Mile after mile of white sand. Though we had some rough weather due to Hurricane Irma and beach was picture perfect on our first day and last day. Rest it had sea weed and some waves, Not resorts fault. They work hard and keep the beach tidy. Compared to couples negril, this is a much bigger resort and vibe is different. One end to other takes good 10 minutes. We dont mind but some people might find it a lot of walking back and forth. We were in great house. Restaurants are non ac except feathers so be prepared to feel the heat during dinner time. Use lots of mosquito repellent too. In honesty, we found food better at couples negril and much more varied choice for breakfast. Doesnt mean Swept away was not good, just our personal opinion. We had fresh mangoes in couples negril daily but swept away had not even a single day. Spa and fitness centre across the road is very nice. All the included excursion are fab. Make sure you do the sunset catamaran. Rum punch amazing and you get to jump of the boat as well. There was lots of building maintenance in swept away and entire middle section was cordoned off. It didnt really affect us much except you can hear some noise on beach near that area. Entertainment team needs to engage guest more and probably makes bit more effort. I went for beach cricket but there was no one :) Still, cant complain as we had two weeks in sun and had nice food and drinks all day. N

Scorpions - UK

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Staff was very energetic and always involving us in activities. Happy atmosphere. Grounds were great except for the construction going on, it was an eye sore and machinery could be heard while laying on the beach. Overall an amazing honeymoon! Lots to do.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

A warm and welcoming hotel, surpassing experience of other resort hotels like the Bahia Principe. All staff without exception make it a very personal stay. We stayed in a garden view room, set in a lush tropical garden. The room is spacious, beautifully designed with queen size bed (so comfortable), and a nicely furnished balcony. Bedding changed daily and towels are plenty. No counting beach towels and fear of heavy financial penalty. Most water sports included - woohoo!! We've taken glass bottom boat trip and catermaran to Ricks Cafe (yes all in the price). There's snorkelling, paddle boarding and more!! The beach is golden and endless. The sea is shallow, clear, warm and inviting. Most people use the lounger beds as floating beds in the sea!! Fantastic. Food is good and drinks have no exclusions. Cocktails, wine on tap!! Thank you to all hotel staff for making it such an enjoyable and memorable stay. Will be returning as soon as!!

collyhuss - Beckenham, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We mainly go to CSA for the diving but the accommodations are always top notch. The AC in the room was very cold, which is good because it's very hot in early September. We stayed in an Ocean view veranda suite. It says ocean view but with all the trees none of these rooms are really ocean view. The food this time was hit or miss, always edible just not as good as I remember. The scuba diving was fantastic the crew and dive masters are second to none.

Waymod - Farmington Hills, Michigan

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed 6 nights in a Atrium suite. Room#1125 very close to the pool and the beach. Nice place if you like to go back to your room a lot. The hammock on the patio is a nice addition. Housekeeping is top notch they stay on top of keeping your room looking like it did when you arrived. Kudos to them!!! Matt, Adam and Ki Ki were great also. Very fun with activities and kept you entertained. Andrew in security was very nice and checked in on me while I did my morning sea shell hunting and walking. We tried all of the restaurants and preferred the Seagrapes cafe. Great fish tacos, sweet potato chips and Jamaican sushi. For breakfast Christopher made me delicious pancakes at his artist station. Lemongrass was my favorite dinner and Patios was my husbands favorite. We found quite a few large crabs, starfish and medium size stingrays right at the beach. Top out the glass bottom boat, went snorkeling once and took the catamaran cruise. The cruise was awesome it took you up to watch people jump off the cliffs at Ricks cafe, to the caves to swim and you can also see the negril lighthouse and a beautiful sunset! A must do. We also took their shopping tour approx 1.5 hours. Just enough time to get souvenirs. Shop #10 there had the best deals. The resort is a little dated and some areas are being renovated but the staff is awesome. They truly want to make sure you are having a good time which is what matters. Thanks CSA staff for a great time in Jamaica!

Audra C - Newark, Ohio

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