Jamaica Wedding Venues

See our favorite wedding venues on Jamaica below.

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall

Hall's Dr, Montego Bay, Jamaica

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall is a luxury resort located on the beautiful Montenegro Bay. In addition, the setting provides stunning scen

Negril Tree House Resort

8M46+6RJ, Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica

Negril Tree House Resort in Jamaica is the perfect destination for couples who want to say 'I do' in an unforgettable paradise. Th

Riu Palace Tropical Bay

Norman Manley Blvd, Jamaica

Newly renovated in October 2018, Riu Palace Tropical Bay provides an incredible backdrop for your Jamaican wedding.  With various

Sandals South Coast

White House, Jamaica

If you're considering a destination wedding, the Caribbean is an excellent choice. You'll have the perfect combination of sun, su

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Why is Jamaica perfect for my wedding?

Jamaica is a beautiful country brimming with so much to offer. Though it’s most famous for being the home of reggae and jerk, there are many more sides not yet discovered. There are some of the best beaches in all of Caribbean, with large bodies and clear water. The country also has other natural sites like waterfalls that make for an incredible experience! Not to mention, they produce one rare coffee bean – it’s no wonder why people love visiting this land down under.

For that perfect wedding destination, choose Jamaica for its diversity and immense beauty! As a matter of fact, the beaches here are so divine that you wouldn’t want to leave right after your wedding day celebrations. Perhaps, you may even consider this paradise as your next stop honeymoon galore!

Also, for those looking to get away from the ordinary, Jamaica is a great place! Home to some of the Caribbean’s most famous beaches, such as the Seven Mile Beach in Negril and James Bond Beach near Ocho Rios, this island offers visitors many opportunities for relaxation that will make them feel refreshed.

Additionally, Reggae and Dancehall are two of the most popular genres in Jamaica. You can hear it playing by pools, beaches or at street food stalls to name just some places where locals enjoy their music! If you’re looking to dance the night away, go straight to the Hip Strip in Montego Bay. For a more laid-back atmosphere with live performances and sunset views, try Rick’s Café on Negril Island.

The people of Jamaica are known for their unique style of cooking, which is called jerk. This dish involves slathering meat and seafood with a spice mixture before grilling over hot coals. Jerk dishes are a Jamaican specialty that can be bought from restaurants and street food stalls all over the island as well.

Further, the Luminous Lagoon is a beautiful blue area off the coast of Falmouth that glows at night. It’s home to rare algae called “dinoflagellate”, which can’t be detected during daylight hours but will light up with bright strobes when disturbed. Experience the phenomenon of the glowing waters by taking a boat tour with Glistening Waters Hotel. Watch as you cruise through it, then jump in for an awe inspiring swim that leaves everyone’s mouth agape!

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