Found on the winding white beaches of Montego Bay, this hotel is a treasure trove of options, basking destination wedding couples and guests, from as few as 15 up to 700, in Jamaican decadence. After taking a beach-strewn morning stroll, freshly-minted married couples can head resort-ways for an afternoon dip in one of the two pools offered.
They can either enjoy an oasis of calm under an umbrella at the tranquil relaxation pool or stop at the activity pool, where wedding guests will relish the sounds of live music and grab a drink at the swim-up bar. The lovebirds and their wedding guest flock can then partake in any of the many onsite activities offered, like snorkeling or kayaking.
Guests’ entertainment choices unfurl even further once by nighttime. With 8 restaurants and 8 bars to choose from, all providing all-inclusive and unlimited food and drink options, making a different decadent meal every single day a total possibility. After hours, the party only continues with live reggae bands and dance shows, or even something a little more unique like a tour of Rose Hall’s Great House, a historic house museum that offers night tours of its supposedly haunted grounds.
With more options than any single guest could partake in during a destination wedding stay, Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall offers an abundance of amenities and indulgences for any vacationer.