Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay | Jamaica | If Only

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Introducing Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay, an Unlimited-Luxury escape harbouring on the sublime. Designed with contemporary-minimal interiors encompassing clean lines, statuesque four-poster beds and breath-taking views of the turquoise waters beyond, the resort is located just 20 minutes from Montego Bay International Airport on Jamaica’s north coast. Add in Unlimited-Luxury Privileges, swim-up rooms and a distinctive array of international gourmet dining for a truly unforgettable experience.

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Luxury Stay in Jamaica

Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay

Jamaica, Jamaica

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Luxury Stay in Jamaica

  • Saving up to 27% on accommodation
  • Set on a white sand beach leading to the waters of Montego Bay
  • Private furnished balcony
  • Four pools including infinity 

7 night stay

From £2,389 per person

What's nearby

Take part in a guided Dunn’s River Falls Tour or enjoy a Horseback Beach Ride & Swim through lush rainforest, along white sand beaches and seaside villages on a three hour horseback adventure. Don’t miss Downtown Montego Bay where lively restaurants and bars convey the unique Caribbean vibe of this part of the world.

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 350 rooms and suites
  • 19 restaurants and bars


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Norman Manley International Airport & Sangster International Airport


Approximately 20 minutes from Sangster International Airport


January to March is the peak travel season when the island and resorts are at their busiest. April and May can be a pleasant time to visit when average temperatures range from 22 degrees to 30 degrees, rainfall is relatively low and the main resorts are less crowded. Keen sailors and enthusiastic spectators shouldn’t miss the Easter Regatta. This 4 day event held in March or April annually brings an exhilarating atmosphere to the picturesque Montego Bay and welcomes locals and visitors alike to take part.