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HELP! Know of any hotels in Ocho Rios that are not all-inclusive?

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For all of the Ocho Rios brides that have already had their wedding or TA's out there, do you know of any hotels near the Sandals Grande Ocho Rios that are not all-inclusive or allow single guests?

 

My uncle has decided to come at the last minute (30 days until the wedding) and he is coming alone, so he cannot stay at Sandals. He asked me where he should stay and I have no idea!!!! Any help would be great!

 

Thanks so much!

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He could stay there alone. I had two guests who had single rooms. You could also have him stay at the Beaches resort as it would be more affordable for a single room. He would just have to catch cabs back and forth to your resort (since for some reason, there are no shuttles between the two resorts even though they are sister resorts.)

 

Oh, and I should mention that my guests who stayed alone originally had a roommate that didn't show up, so they stayed in the room alone. Let me know if you have any other questions and I'll try my best to help!

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If they stay in the room alone they still have to pay the full price, right? I think he is looking for something more affordable.

 

He is thinking about buying an all day pass and just staying in a room with my sister. Do you think anyone would notice? We would buy him one of those 10am - 2am day passes. How strict are they on knowing who is staying there?

 

The 10am - 2am passes are $130, which is about what a single room would cost at a regular hotel.

 

Let me know if you thinks Sandals will notice.

 

Thanks so much!!! This is kind of stressing me out because I don't know what do!!

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There's a strong possibility that they may not notice. As long as his name is on the guest list that you submit to the wedding coordinator and resort, he should be fine. (Do you have a TA or are you handling the booking yourself? Who is your sister's roommate?

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We do not have a TA - we are handling the booking ourselves. So far that has been really easy, the groups women at Sandals has been pretty good.

 

My sister and step-sister are rooming together and they said they would not mind if he stayed with them.

 

I don't want him to get kicked off the resort!!

 

He will definitely be on the guest list!

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