Best all Inclusive resort for wedding or honeymoon in Jamaica

by Nicole
(Idaho)

QUESTION: My fiancé and I are looking for a good all Inclusive wedding/honeymoon. What would be the best place to stay at for a young couple in September?


Were looking for a place that's updated, safe, and take good wedding photos?

ANSWER: by Wellesley June 7, 2012


Hi Nicole,

Thanks a million for your question and congrats on your wedding! Always nice to hear of young couples tying the knot.

I have quite a number of places racing in my head now, including these, my favourites.

That said, one of my most recent, pleasurable and memorable visits was at a place called FDR Resort.

It's actually known for been very family-friendly but it might very well work out to be a wonder for you.

It's a small all-inclusive hotel/resort in Salem, Runaway Bay area (near to Ocho Rios). I spent my wedding anniversary there a few days ago and believe me it was awesome!

I'll be doing a personal review of it in a few days so stay tuned.

In the meantime, just search for "FDR Resort Jamaica" and you'll get there. I think they are also having some specials right now.

And yes, it's very safe, plus expect some awesome wedding photos!

I am also going to recommend that you take a look at this article:
Most Romantic Locations In Jamaica, any of them would be the icing on the cake for you and your husband.

And since you are coming here, I'd highly recommend you get a copy of my Jamaica Insider Guide. It captures the very best, safest and most affordable of Jamaica, plus I also have a nice launch discount going now.

All the best Nicole and congrats again! I'm looking to hear from you when you get here.

Regards,
Wellesley

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