Answer is ' NO ' unfortunately...
It's almost a private beach there and kind of secluded so none of the 'traffic' from the locals...
Some people might say this is a blessing, no hassle but I do agree that Jamaican singers on Negril beach add more local flavour and its authenticity.
On an odd occasion, you get a local man on a battered fishing boat (approaching from the sea which seems to be the only way), selling shells and that's about it. No local musician, nor 'Cigarettes, cigars, sunshades' man.
This is the same situation for most of the hotels in Ocho Rios - I believe.
Last edited by dogandchief; May 1st, 2012 at 04:27 AM.