Rose Hall is the Caribbean’s Best Wedding and Ceremony Location of the Year. The Caribbean Wedding Industry Awards hosted by the Jamaica Tourist Board, announced Rose Hall Great House as the Caribbean Wedding Venue of the Year and The Aqueduct as the Caribbean Ceremony Venue of the Year. The prestigious awards dubbed the ‘Oscars’ of the Wedding industry was held on September 9, 2018 at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa.
“Rose Hall Developments will never become complacent and we will always aim to deliver an unsurpassed level of service to our clients, but this award reassures us that we are exceeding our goals, and it’s great to be recognized for this at such a prestigious event.” Said Michele Rollins Chairman of Rose Hall Developments, who also stated that the synergy between the Rose Hall Event venues is constantly being strengthened with the award winning hotels located in Rose Hall.
Rose Hall Developments is pleased with the recognition from the Caribbean Wedding Industry Awards body and by extension the exposure of the exclusive event properties they have to offer to the world. Rose Hall is home to ancient ruins, panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea, private beaches, tranquil waterfalls, majestic great houses and fairways of beautifully manicured golf courses.
They have combined world class venues such as. The Rose Hall Great House, The Cinnamon Hill Great House, The Aqueduct, The Palms, White Witch Golf Club, and Oceans Edge, backed by superior event management and personalized, first class service from start to end.
“We’re thrilled to have won these two awards and especially proud that there is not another location in the Caribbean that can compare to the intimacy, service and scenery of Rose Hall for weddings and events. These awards reward the hard work and dedication of our talented team of people, and I would like to personally thank all of them for the contribution they have made that has led to this tremendous achievement.” Richard Burrowes Director of Operations stated.
Rose Hall Developments will continue to work closely with the Jamaica Tourist Board.