Experience Our Boutique Hotel in Jamaica

different decorations at Skylark


Imagining the Jamaican version of a hip, Havana heyday-era bohemian beach resort swim club, the Skylark Negril Beach Resort draws on inspirations from tropical mid-century, modern design, and the vibrant visual vocabulary of Jamaica and it’s vast musical culture. Our boutique hotel in Negril Jamaica fosters relaxation and inspires social encounters and creativity. Travelers receive an instant insider experience, making guests feel local on arrival. Friendly and connected staff offer highly bespoke and local personal travel experiences. The soundtrack is an ever-present, ultra-educated mix of Jamaican music spanning the decades.

various furniture at the Skylark Hotel


The Skylark Negril Beach Resort draws inspiration from the naturally vibrant color palette of Jamaica, channeled through a modern, graphic lens. Architectural elements such as whitewashed concrete, geometric breezeblock, and natural wood grains create the minimalist canvas for elegant dashes of Jamaican heritage and musical culture, vintage travel prints and vivid splashes of color.

The property’s design is defined by an authentic sense of place — from aquamarine guest room doors that convey the boutique hotel’s proximity to the Caribbean Sea, to various shades of greens reflecting the property’s lush native vegetation, to accent pieces showcasing the island’s signature ackee fruit’s bright red color. Additional inspiration for the color palette and wall prints are taken from the vibrant houses, painted stone, and signage found throughout Negril’s West End.

design elements of Skylark


Skylark features a buzz-generating and constantly rotating programming of iconic Jamaican recording artists and selectors; exhibitions and installations of noteworthy visual artists; and performances by renowned international talent.

Guests are also provided with a Skylark “Roots & Culture Passport,” encouraging them to take full advantage of everything the property and surrounding community has to offer. The vast range of recreational pursuits includes beach activities on Negril’s Seven Mile Beach (swimming, snorkeling, paddle boarding, glass bottom boating, parasailing), painting classes, meditative tours and more.


kids and places around Skylark


Skylark promotes a culture of giving back to Jamaica and actively supports the Rockhouse Foundation. Established by the Rockhouse and Skylark owners in 2003, the Rockhouse Foundation transforms the places where Jamaica’s children learn and support the great people who teach them. With over US $5 million invested in transforming seven local public schools and libraries, the foundation impacts the lives of thousands of children and their families every day. Skylark, Rockhouse, and the owners underwrite all the administrative expenses of the Foundation, so every cent of each donation directly supports the projects. Rockhouse Foundation is a IRS recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit and Jamaican registered charity.

For it’s latest project the Rockhouse Foundation conceived of and built from the ground up Jamaica’s first public mixed ability, full-inclusion model early childhood school, where typical learners and children with a wide range of special needs are taught side-by-side in the same classroom. The school is located in the area’s capital city, Savannah-la-Mar, is called “Sav Inclusive”, and currently has over 130 children enrolled. The Foundation is fully committed to expanding the school through primary and high school, constructing both campuses adjacent to the early childhood school. When school is in session we offer weekly visits and volunteer opportunities at the school. You can learn more about the foundation and contribute to our work by visiting the website:

Rockhouse Foundation