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Good question. I'm not sure about the music. Some people are bringing their ipod and just using that. For those that did have a welcome mixer at Dunns River Bar, was their a bartender on site or did you have to get up and get your own drinks?

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Ok..so let me get this all straight.

 

Seagrape is private open bar for $10 pp. no food.

 

Dunn's River & St. Ann's are both semi private...but im guessing you have to pay for drinks? no food also right?

 

sorry to ask the same stupid questions but it's just a little confusing.

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I think if its a private party you pay $10 per person. If its semi-private (ie you just have an area to yourselves but the bar is still open for the resort) it is free. I think thats what people are trying to say

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so basically the $10 pp is paying for them to keep the seagrape open with a bartender...right?

 

Dunn's river and St. Ann's are still open bar as well correct? only difference is the other hotel guests are allowed to be there as well?

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Blue Mountain Lobby Bar: Open 10:00am-12:00am

 

Bob Marley Bar: Open 6:00pm-12:00am

 

Dunnâ€s River Bar: Open 5:00pm-12:00am

 

Reggae and Rastafari: 2 Poolside bars with swim up bar both open 10:00am-6:00pm

 

Seagrape Beach bar: Open 10:00am-6:00pm

 

Sports Bar: Open 24 Hours

 

Pascha Disco: Open 11:00pm-2:00am

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worried2.gifembarrest.gifthanks a bunch!!

this is gonna sound soooo annoying but my statement above was correct right? the $10 pp is paying for them to keep the seagrape open with a bartender...right?

 

wanna make sure there is no confusion.

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Originally Posted by bobbi-francis View Post
worried2.gifembarrest.gifthanks a bunch!!
this is gonna sound soooo annoying but my statement above was correct right? the $10 pp is paying for them to keep the seagrape open with a bartender...right?

wanna make sure there is no confusion.
Yes, that is correct.

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