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Where to get married in Jamaica?

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#1 Bruuning17

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    Posted 21 July 2011 - 07:31 AM



    I'm new to this website and just beginning to plan our destination wedding in Jamaica!  There are so many beautiful looking resorts, I have no idea which one to choose!  Does anyone have any suggestions or recommendations?  My fiance and I are working with a TA to get some suggestions, but I would also love to know what the brides from here have to say.  We want an all-inclusive place that allows children since we have a few of them attending the wedding, but that isn't overly kid-oriented. :)  I've been reading through some of the threads, and there is so much great information on here!  I'm so glad I found the site and can't wait to pick a place and start the rest of my planning and wedding projects! :)


    Thanks for any advice!

    #2 Sllefebvr

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      Posted 24 July 2011 - 04:26 PM

      We chose Beaches Resort in Negril Jamaica! We also wanted to have children in attendance at our wedding because they play a huge role in our lives and we couldn't leave them out. We found Beaches to have just the right amount of kid friendly and adult fun!! Good luck choosing!!

      #3 futuremrstgun

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        Posted 24 July 2011 - 04:54 PM

        welcome to the site!


        i chose iberostar rosehall beach hotel because at the iberostar resort in montego bay, there are three hotels within one resort compound and they hold only one wedding ceremony/day..plus the resort is a 20 minute drive from the airport so our guests can get their vacay started almost 'immediately' after deplaning. 


        my fiance and i decided on iberostar rosehall beach because its the most cost efficient of the three hotels within the iberostar resort compound AND its kid-friendly (although none of our guests will be bringing kids).


        you will find that iberostar will be a bit higher priced than other resorts in jamaica, but it is by far, the most beautiful and the service is top notch.  my fiance and i have visited jamaica every year together for the past four years and so we're very familiar with the island and its resort offerings.  we've stayed at sandals montego bay, breezes runaway bay and i even stayed at sunset jamaica grande with some girlfriends a few years ago and all pale in comparison to iberostar.


        good luck with finding the perfect spot for your big day.


        until next time, take care and happy planning!!



        #4 RobSylvia2012

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          Posted 28 July 2011 - 09:45 AM

          I am planning my wedding in Jamaica next July.  I am a little overwhelmed about the whole process myself.  Just getting started and trying to figure out which resort to choose.   I do like the Iberostar, so I have my DW consultant looking into some prices.  The resort looks very nice.


          Thanks for the information.

          #5 Mona28

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            Posted 29 July 2011 - 06:18 PM

            Brunning 17,

            I would suggest Hilton Rosehall Resort and Spa in the Montego Bay area.  It has a beautiful property with a waterpark, waterslides and is family friendly. It is also all-inclusive. I was there Sept 2010 for a site visit and fell in love with the property. They have a variety of locations to host your wedding and reception. I can't wait to say "I day" June 2012 at Rosehall Resort and Spa.

            #6 belledame

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              Posted 09 December 2011 - 12:01 AM

              there is a plethora of beautiful hotels to choose from. You can narrow your choices down by budget, location, packages, wedding locations and overall service and accommodations. Hope this helps..... Goodluck and happy planning!

              #7 Helen G Events

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                Posted 09 December 2011 - 04:50 AM



                You have Iberostar, RIU Resorts (Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, Negril) Beaches, Grand Pallidium are all good choices. If you are on a serious budget there is also Holiday Inn, the rooms aren't great but the food is good and its easy on the pocket and they have a nice beach gazebo which I have used for weddings before.


                Happy planning and all the best.

                #8 npolidori

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                  Posted 29 November 2013 - 05:24 AM

                  How did it go?  We are about to put our deposit down to save the date at Hilton Rose Hall.

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