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Negril Cliffs - ceremony/reception only?

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#1 majortomm

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    Posted 23 February 2009 - 10:36 AM

    I have been looking at pictures of weddings that were held on the cliffs and they look amazing! It's exactly what I would picture for my wedding! Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure that I will end up picking one of the larger AIs though (for a variety of family reasons) so I had figured that a cliff's wedding wouldn't be possible. But there may be hope! I've been checking different threads to see which resorts have hosted this kind of event come across one at Negril Escape. I see that the Caves will host non-guest weddings but it wouldn't be in my price range. I've checked out the websites of some other cliffs resort but the wedding section isn't always explicit about this. Does anyone know of other resorts that will hold wedding parties only? I will contact each resort but I was hoping to make a short list first with help from this awesome forum :)

    #2 ajamieso

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      Posted 06 July 2011 - 01:06 PM

      cliffs view is pretty

      #3 ajamieso

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        Posted 06 July 2011 - 01:18 PM

        this is a nice place

        #4 LisaAndDreJamaica2011

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          Posted 07 July 2011 - 11:07 AM

          Hey Girl,


          I'm having my wedding with about 60 guests at Rockhouse Hotel on the cliffs. It's pricey, but cheaper than The Caves. Look into it.


          Tensing Penn is also lovely, but they have way to many set up fees and other hidden fees. Not cool. The WC was also a mess, so I went against it.


          Catch A Falling STAR is peerrrfect for a small intimate wedding. Had it not been for my number of guests I would have gone there.  I'm having my rehearsal dinner there. I can't wait. The WCs are also really really great.


          I went to a 130+ person wedding at Negril Escape last year. The wedding itself was beautiful, but this is def a 2-3 star hotel. The pool is ANCIENT. You'll get the most for your money here, but def not the greatest accomodations. 


          I visited XTABI as well, and it was def not up to standard. 2 star accommodations, at best.

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