The producers of Married at First Sight don’t mess around. When looking for the perfect setting for the spin-off Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island, they found what they were looking for at St. James’ Club Morgan Bay in St. Lucia, West Indies. The all-inclusive resort is located on Choc Bay. It has four outdoor swimming pools, four tennis courts, a spa, and eight restaurants and bars, among other amenities. There is a children’s club, but the resort is favored by couples in particular. The island country on the Caribbean is a favorite spot for Americans as English is the official language.
Saint Lucia is known for its volcanic beaches, reef-diving sites, and fishing villages. There’s an interior rain forest that leads to waterfalls including the famous Toraille. Married at First Sight: Honeymoon Island airs Tuesdays at 10 pm on Lifetime, right after the original Married at First Sight.