Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay


Resort: Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay

Location: Montego Bay, Jamaica

* All suites, all inclusive resort for adults

* 350 suites with luxurious amenities

* Exchange privileges with Secrets St. James

* Preferred Club option with member’s only privileges


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Food & Drink:

* All meals, snacks, domestic beer and premium beverages
* 24 hour room service
* Mini-fridge refreshed daily with soft drinks, bottled water and premium beer
* Pool and beach wait service
* Numerous bars including pool and piano bars
* No dinner reservations required
* Gourmet dining at the following restaurants:
Himitsu – Asian restaurant. Teppanyaki tables with food grilled right in front of you. Open 6 pm – 10 pm.
Portofino – Italian restaurant. Wine cellar. Open 6 pm – 10 pm.
Bordeaux – Gourmet French restarant.
Blue Mountain – Jamaican restaurant. Open 6 pm – 10 pm.
El Patio – Mexican restaurant. Open 6 pm – 10 pm
World Cafe – International restaurant in a buffet style setting.
Oceana – Seafood restaurant. Also the location of a breakfast buffet.


Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay Review:

All suites, all inclusive resort for adults. This is an upscale luxury resort with a great staff, large suites, a nice beach/pool area, good food and drinks.  The resort is primarily visited by couples.  Most guests are very impressed unless they have stayed at the Secrets resorts in Mexico which have better locations.

Guests have exchange privileges with Secrets St. James resort located next door.  If you are trying to decide between the two, most of the nightly entertainment options are located at the Secrets Wild Orchid.

The food is good with numerous options.  The restaurants include Italian, Asian and French a la carte options.  The restaurants are located on the seaside with outdoor dining options.  If there is a wait for a table, you will get a pager so you can have a drink in the piano bar or anywhere else while you wait.

There is a Preferred Club with extra services, the best rooms, dedicated staff, private beach and pool areas, free internet access, etc…  The Preferred Club is worth the extra cost if you can afford it.  One nice perk is that you avoid the “race for a chair” game that happens each morning in the pool and beach areas.


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