Your St Lucia Destination Wedding At Jade Mountain
If you are planning a St.Lucia destination wedding and would like to stay at Jade Mountain, please contact us so that we make you an offer tailor made to your specific requirements. The bigger your wedding group the earlier you should start planning your destination wedding.
Our minimum stay requirement is 3 days for wedding guests and 5 nights for the bride and groom. Most of our wedding groups are between 8- 36 guests. We can comfortably cater to groups up to 100 guests if we are using Jade Mountain’s sister resort Anse Chastanet for the majority of the guests. Catering venues at Jade Mountain are limited to 36 guests unless you consider a resort buy out of Jade Mountain, with 24 pool sanctuaries and 5 Sky whirlpool suites, in which case we can cater for up to 60 guests at Jade Mountain itself. For larger groups, we utilize the venues at Anse Chastanet for dinner celebrations.
Bride and Groom travelling with a group consisting of a minimum of 5 rooms (including their own) will receive a complimentary guaranteed room upgrade. Special group rates may apply. For planning purposes and logistical reasons we expect a minimum 50% of all guests to be accommodated at Jade Mountain or Anse Chastanet. This is particularly important if the group size is over 24 guests. If your guests are not staying at Anse Chastanet or Jade Mountain, this may create challenges in regard to availability of catering venues. Please also note that there are strict minimum age requirements in place at Jade Mounatain. Please read through our replies to frequently asked questions.
There are many different locations available on our 600 acre estate for the actual wedding ceremony to take place. Please see our locations section for details. Our restaurants and 2 beaches make for an exciting backdrop. At Jade Mountain, the Celestial Terrace is an amazing wedding location, with its 360 degree panoramic view. Jade Mountain’s Celestial Terrace was used twice by the reality show The Bachelor (USA and UK) for the Final Red Rose proposal and the plantation of Anse Mamin belonging to the Anse Chastanet estate was used for another Final Red Rose Proposal by ABC’s The Bachelor.