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I know everyone has different experiences and I probably am putting way too much thought but. Here are my choices. I could get Marriot Stellaris in Puerto Rico for me and three teens or Negril. Marriot will come in at about 1000 less than Negril but I feel like food and other costs in Negril will be less plus I loved 7 Mile Beach.
I would love pros and cons from anyone who's been to both. For Negril I found a nice Groupon that included airport transfers. It will amount to almost $1000 more and have longer travel times but I'm not completely sold on Puerto Rico.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.

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