Jamaica All Inclusives

posted 3 years ago in Destination Weddings
Post # 2
127 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

MrsMcQN:  Hi. We are doing our wedding at Sandals (Carlyle) in Montego Bay next July.  I really like there all inclusive packages and depending on the number of nights you can have a free wedding.


If you have specfic colors you can customize the wedding or select from predesigned themes. If you have guest coming you can also get additional services based on the number of rooms book.


Sandals fit what we were looking for since all of activities are incldued once you book, except for specfic excursion that are offsite.  Please let me know if you have any more questions that I can answer for you. Good Luck

  • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by  MrsBlake2015.
Post # 3
1342 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

MrsMcQN:  I had my honeymoon at Secrets in Montego Bay.  We saw a few weddings while we were there and they looked beautiful.  It’s a great resort and an easy and short drive from the airport.  The only downfall is if you were planning on having kids, it’s adults only.  

Post # 4
350 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

Check out “The Caves” in Negril. We are going there for our honeymoon. It’s so intimate and a small boutique hotel, we were surprised it was an all-inclusive and are so excited about our visit. I know they do weddings and we’ve only heard amazing things from couples who have stayed there.


Post # 6
1807 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

A friend of mine attended a wedding at the Grand Palladium in Jamaica. She said it was amazing and the service was great! However, the reviews on TripAdvisor are not as good (we are looking at places in Jamaica for our honeymoon so I’ve been reading up!). All of the Sandals resorts look amazing, and they all have good reviews 🙂 We are planning on going to a Sandals resort for our honeymoon (I think there are 6 or 7 in Jamaica: Sandals Grande Riviera, Sandals Negril, Sandals Carlyle, Sandals Whitehouse, Sandals Royal Caribbean, Sandals Montego Bay…)

Post # 7
8707 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

MrsMcQN:  my hairstylist just went to a wedding at Half Moon in Montego Bay. The pictures were GORGEOUS! Also, I always see weddings at the Ritz Carlton and the Riu resorts. I’ve been to Jamaica about 23x and I’m going to be back there in 2 weeks. Sandals has a no children policy.

Post # 8
127 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

MrsMcQN:  Yes Sandals is adults only, but Beaches is their family site they have Negirl and Ocho Rios, the same all inclusive applies with the activities and the free wedding based on the nights booked (6 or longer) and they even have sections for the teeny tiny babies and daycare services. We looked to change ours there for my best friends (bridesmaid) who will have a 6 month old by the time our wedding comes around but after review of the pricing she decided it was easier and cheaper for them to have grandparents babysit for the 3-4 days she will be gone then trying to pay the additonal cost. On the webiste when we quoted we had to choose 1 years ,  It has age drop down for age at time of travel but less than a year was not a option. If you are looking that route for kids less than a year I would call/ chat with them to confrim if they are being charged if they will be less than a year.

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