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Hi...I'm looking at Dreams as a possible place for my wedding (hopefully my date is still available)...I visited the website and reviewed their wedding packages and extras. I didn't see anything about open bar for a private reception. For all you ladies who have been contacted by a WC at this resort or who have been married there already, how does the private reception work in terms of alcohol?? TIA :)

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I'm not 100% sure because we are just starting to plan, but Dreams is all-inclusive, so I would think that the bar is included with that?? I do have the menus and some extra info the the WC sent if you need that!! Just let me know!

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I am having my wedding at Dreams PC. If you purchase a private reception (cocktail or full dinner) the open bar is included.
Thx Ticia for the info. I was looking at the Melia as a possibility but if I wanted a private reception they would charge me extra for the open bar...it really added up!!

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I'm not 100% sure because we are just starting to plan, but Dreams is all-inclusive, so I would think that the bar is included with that?? I do have the menus and some extra info the the WC sent if you need that!! Just let me know!
Thx!! can you email them to: misstorres13@aol.com :)

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When you get a private reception, they set up a bar (not a actually bar but they get a table with a white table cloth and stock it up with premium domestic and international drinks) as told to me by the WC. They do not charge extra for this, it is included.

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I'm not getting married at Dreams, but I would think there would be different package options.

 

Included in our beach reception is a buffett and open bar (3 hours) for $2500.

 

We are also doing a private bar 1/2 before and 1/2 hour after the ceremony right next to the gazebo. That is priced per person/per hour.

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I'm not getting married at Dreams, but I would think there would be different package options.

Included in our beach reception is a buffett and open bar (3 hours) for $2500.

We are also doing a private bar 1/2 before and 1/2 hour after the ceremony right next to the gazebo. That is priced per person/per hour.
Hi Tami, the Paradisus is part of the Sol Melia hotel line right?

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I'm not getting married at Dreams, but I would think there would be different package options.

Included in our beach reception is a buffett and open bar (3 hours) for $2500.

We are also doing a private bar 1/2 before and 1/2 hour after the ceremony right next to the gazebo. That is priced per person/per hour.
Hi Tami, the Paradisus is part of the Sol Melia hotel line right?

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