montego bay marriott on the resort beach
The new resort will be part of the Marriott Autograph Collection.

Marriott Is Opening an Adults-Only All-Inclusive in Montego Bay 

By: Alexander Britell - August 21, 2023

A new all-inclusive resort is opening its doors this fall in Montego Bay, Jamaica that will be part of the Marriott Autograph Collection. 

The new Hideaway at Royalton Blue Waters, An Autograph Collection All-Inclusive Resort, will be opening its doors in “late November,” according to parent company Blue Diamond Resorts. 

The resort will have a total of 352 rooms and suites, set adjacent to the existing Royalton Blue Waters Montego Bay resort. 

The adults only resort says it is all about “togetherness,” targeting adult friends, couples and vacationers. 

diamond club pool
The property will include a Diamond Club pool that will reportedly look like this.

The property will boast 12 different fine-dining eateries, along with an infinity pool, a dedicated Diamond Club pool and a destination wellness center called the Royal Spa. They will be joined by 11 different bars, an entertainment plaza and a number of private cabanas. 

The property will include a “Stay at 1, Play at 2” feature, meaning guests will have open-ended access to Royalton Blue Waters. 

what a room
What a room will look like.

Blue Diamond is in the midst of a broader program to upgrade its Diamond Club and Star Class room categories, including the expansion of its Butler Services program. 

That will increase the number of butlers per resort, “ensuring a higher level of personalized service for each guest,” according to the company. 

Guests will have access to the neighboring Royalton Blue Waters resort.

The new resort is part of Marriott’s ever-expanding portfolio of all-inclusive resorts, many of which are the product of a strategic alliance between Royalton and the Autograph Collection. 

Hideaway at Royalton Blue Waters will be Marriott’s sixth all-inclusive resort in Jamaica, all of which are eligible for Bonvoy points redemption. 

For more, visit Hideaway at Royalton Blue Waters

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