Hedonism II All Inclusive Clothing Optional Resort in Negril, Jamaica

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Hedonism Resorts is one of the more well known names for clothing-optional All Inclusive resorts and they are located in nearly-always sunny Negril, Jamaica. Negril is a small little town about an hour and a half to two hours away from Montego Bay. It would not be recommended to fly to Kingston and drive to Negril as it is 4+ hours away.

Hedonism II offers 2 areas for their resorts which they call Nude and Prude. I don’t think there’s much more explanation needed beyond that, other than nudity is generally only accepted in the Nude area. Topless sun bathing is tolerated in most resorts that have any significant percentage of European visitors, so you may see some of that in the Prude area, but then again you might see that on a public beach in Miami too.

If you’re not quite sure you would like to stay at this type of resort, but are curious to see what it’s about you can purchase either a day or night pass to visit the resort. This is $50 for females, or $100 for males.

The resort accepts both singles and couples 18 years of age or older.

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Resort amenities

The Hedonism II resort offers a plethora of activities and events to keep you busy, should you choose to not just lay on the beach or spend your time in the room with a special someone and take advantage of the mirror on the ceiling in all guest rooms.

Amenities at the resort include 6 restaurants / cafes, 4 bars and a number of pools, a health & beauty spa, unisex saunas & steam rooms, fitness center with machines and free weights, 2 swim up bars, in pool billiard table, internet cafe, games such as ping pong, tennis, billiards, and even slot machines.

There is also a gift shop that also sells snacks, beach wear and liquor and a duty-free shop which sells perfume and jewelry.

Night club, restaurants, bar & lounge, small meeting rooms, tennis, Wifi.

Whats included

All tips / Gratuity are included. Well, it’s not so much included as the resort has a strict no-tipping policy, so we presume it is included in the wage they pay their employees.

Ground transfer to/from Montego Bay airport.

Unlimited meals at restaurants, all snacks which are available 24 hours, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including premium brands, wine with lunch and dinner, and all taxes.

Use of all the following equipment and activities are also included:

Water skiing, sailing, wind surfing, kayaks, snorkeling, water billiards, scuba equipment and trips (certification required, classes cost extra) glass bottom boat trips, pool activities, beach chairs & lounges, towel service, use of the tennis, volleyball, basketball, badminton, squash, rock climbing, mini golf, bicycle, shuffleboard, ping pong, billiards, lawn chess or fitness equipment.

Aerobics classes, Reggae dancing classes, nightlife and theme parties, live bands and performers or shows, karaoke and access to the disco night club are also included.

Whats not included

Things that are not included are scuba diving, wedding paperwork (for those choosing the all-inclusive wedding package), slot machines, local transportation, optional tours or excursions, spa and beauty products or services, indicentals, telephone/fax/internet charges, business services, laundry and dry cleaning, video or photo services or flower purchases.

Of all the things that are fairly standard, our only issue is their internet usage policy which requires a $200 USD deposit, and is available at $3 for 20 minutes. This just seems kind of ridiculously high.

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