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CocoLaPalm Negril advice

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We just booked a Honeymoon Suite at CocoLaPalm in Negril, for 8 nights. Looking for some specific advice.

We're experienced island travelers in our late 40s. We enjoy laid-back, "bare foot" vacations with beach, a few beers in cooler, relaxation, music (blues, roots, reggae), and mingling with the locals. We enjoy a good cocktail (or two or three) but we're not late-night partiers. Don't like AIs and big resorts. Don't like having to get "dressed up" for dinner.

1) There appears to be several Honeymoon Suites, and from the pictures, there's some variance. Which specific one should be ask for and why? We're guessing upper level to start with, as they'll be more private.

2) We assume that most of the local restaurants are casual (shorts OK for dinner); at least we hope so, as that's why we chose Negril and CLP. True? Any "don't miss" restaraunts that require long pants/collared shirt?

Thanks!

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