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I have heard of the Thai Beach Club as a semi-private option....but I believe it's $40/pp

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Ok thanks. THe Thai Beach Club does look nice from what I have seen.

 

I haven't heard back from the resort yet. Just trying to weigh out options because we aren't doing the private beach reception and Im not sure about the a la carte option because its only an hour and a half sad.gif Anyone else heard of the Thai Beach Club?

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If your concerned about the time you might wantto touch base with the resort. When I asked they told me that if you go with the Thai Beach Club as a semi-private option you only get it for 1.5 hrs -2 max.

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The Thai Beach Club is gorgeous though, and I've heard the food is fantastic!

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Ok thanks. THe Thai Beach Club does look nice from what I have seen.

I haven't heard back from the resort yet. Just trying to weigh out options because we aren't doing the private beach reception and Im not sure about the a la carte option because its only an hour and a half sad.gif Anyone else heard of the Thai Beach Club?
Hi, I am getting married April 7th and I will have about 30 guests. We are doing what is called a gala dinner and it only costs $37/person. It is in a private room with the DJ included, however, it does not come with a bar. Let me know if you would like more information, I have all the brochures with me.

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Hi Alhahay24

That would be nice if you could send the info to me. I still haven't heard back from the resort. Are you using the a la carte dinner as well another day?

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I believe the Thai Beach Club is $100 per person for the private reception? And the private beach party is $85 per person...that's what the brochure says at least. I would love to do the Thai Beach Club, it looks amazing! We are going to do the private beach party though...

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I believe the Thai Beach Club is $100 per person for the private reception? And the private beach party is $85 per person...that's what the brochure says at least. I would love to do the Thai Beach Club, it looks amazing! We are going to do the private beach party though...
You can do a semi-private option at the Thai Beach Club, the menu is limited - not the large grill menu and it's only 1.5 hours like the a la carte dinners, so it's def not as elaborate as the private receptions, but if you don't want to eat inside at the restaurants and still want to keep things a little private it is an option, and like people have been saying, it is absolutely beautiful and the food is great...from what I hear, I haven't been there yet!! lol
and the cost is $40-45 per person...

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Yup Suzy is correct I hear its beautiful! And I think that's what we are going to do :) Patricia did send me several options in terms of what you can do for a menu if you want to do the semii-private option - for the $40ish/pp you can have either fish or beef or you can order off the Thai menu...which would be yummy as well!

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