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Gran Bahia Principe PC restaurant choices

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Regarding food quality and atmosphere:

 

Ø Le Gourmet - French (min X; max. 140pax)

 

- very nice, sophisticated with excellent European style food choices

 

Ø El Charro – Mexican (min. X; máx. 200pax)

 

-nice place, if you like mexican food

 

Ø El Pescador – Seafood (min. X; máx. 170pax)

 

-nice colors, limited food choices (not everyone likes fishes and seafood) - very good seafood platers

 

Ø El Mediterráneo – Mediterranean (min. X – máx. 140pax)

 

nice place, good food

 

Ø Snack Bar Las Olas – open air with a view over the blue ocean

 

not really, it will be darkwink.gif food a la snack bar, plastic tables and chairs

 

Ø Snack Bar Piscis – open air with a view over the swimming pool

 

the same like Las Olas

 

Ø Reception on the Beach with an exotic atmosphere

 

people will get hungry:)

 

I will go with Gourmet or Mediterranean - because of cosines, atmosphere and food

 

:)

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ive just got back and am wondering if you can just do the buffet and ask/pay to have a corner.Im not sure if you could do the wedding speeches here although i dont see why not if you didnt use a mic.Personally i think thats what i would try and do.We booked three of the restuarants and only went to the mexican we prefered the buffet but dont let me influence you too much there.The garden grill was right by our pool the night we booked michael jackson was the entertainment so we didnt go.I am wondering about the las olas beach restaurant i loved it here because it overlooked the ocean.I will post pics later.

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ive just got back and am wondering if you can just do the buffet and ask/pay to have a corner.Im not sure if you could do the wedding speeches here although i dont see why not if you didnt use a mic.Personally i think thats what i would try and do.We booked three of the restuarants and only went to the mexican we prefered the buffet but dont let me influence you too much there.The garden grill was right by our pool the night we booked michael jackson was the entertainment so we didnt go.I am wondering about the las olas beach restaurant i loved it here because it overlooked the ocean.I will post pics later.
Roo66:

We don't plan on doing a private dinner (Too much money!!) From what you saw, where would we do our first dance? I'm wondering if the only way that would work is to have the private dinner and then the restaurant is just for us. That's alot of money to shell out just to have a first dance (not in the lobby!!)

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Im a bit confused so ill tell you what i would do i would if you get married on the beach go for la olas some of the pics i took of the wedding set ups are from there,whilst taking your photos and whilst the guests are drinking on the beach get them to move your chairs with ties up for the reception it would be private then with a fab view.I think ive had a blonde moment there cos im guessing they would call that PRIVATE.The only other place im thinking is off of the main lobby down some steps into a terraced area i loved it here it was outside with fab wicker chairs cream parasols and red t/lites on the tables its just off from the main buffet area 2.I dont think i would pay for a private dinner 85 dollors is way 2 much .There was a gazebo right by there 2 made of wrought iron i took pics of it i thought it was very pretty ill go and add comments on my facebook pics to the ones i think might help you. Oh the first dance if you had the terrace you could dance there i guess people will be so happy for you as the girls all say dont worry about the small things,and there were people dancing in the lobby too x

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Just a warning... I was just there and unless all of your guests like seafood I would avoid the Medittereanean restaurant as that was all they seemed to offer.

The Mexican restaurant had EXCELLENT food as well as the others.

 

while you are there be sure to hit up the Japanese restaurant... very cool~!

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