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Thanks Caprice35!!

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@Delgadot,:::Stay on top of Nicole for your confirmation. You should receive an email confiming your date. In the begining, I had a bad experience with Nicole. She never responded to any of my emails. I notified the manager of  the resort as well as the corporate office and my date was confimred in less than 24hrs. The manager sent me several emails to check on me too. Anyway, it seems a lot of the girls on the site had good experiences with her and I am one of few that had a bad one. However, still keep your eye on the situation. Let us know when you hear back from her.

Good luck:)  



 



I hope children under 4 are free! that would save me some money!!

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Eholt,

I thought children under 4 were free. I don't have any children in my party but I could of sworn I read (somewhere) in the Iberostar literature that children under 4 are free.



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So Lulu the mexican restaurant is on the Iberostar property? The suites property? or off resort?

 

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Hi,

 

The resort videographer did take a "true" video. They attached a mike on my husband (then Fiance) and the minister so when everything is heard clearly (even the wind) and the video quality is pretty good, after the ceremony/picture session the videographer asked us to do some poses and those are the ones i had issues with (not the quality, just the corniness of the posing). It's not such a big deal though, a friend of mine will edit the beginning out and it will be perfect.

 

The Mexican restaurant as I said is open between 11pm - 7am, they don't serve alcohol drinks, we sneaked drinks from the club before they closed...another thing i liked about this resort, you can take your drinks anywhere, for instance, their room service does not include alcoholic beverages but you can go to the bar and get as many drinks as you can carry back to your room and it's all good...anyway, back to the Mexican restaurant, they have a salad & fixing bar and someone who mans a grill with assortment of meats for burgers, hot dogs, grilled meats (beef & chicken). We went there twice, the day of the wedding and once after we returned from Margaritaville Night Club in downtown MoBay, so both times we were amply buzzed, it may not be as good as we thought. We had so much fun though. 

 

Don't miss a trip to Margaritaville if you are a night owl. There is a free hourly shuttle  to the club from 11pm - 1am andreturn trip from 1am - 2:30am. http://www.margaritavillecaribbean.com/montegobay.html.

 

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Princess J - I am having a rehersal dinner at the Cajun Restaurant, but no welcome dinner. I'm doing a group outing one night and just didn't want to overload their vacation with my stuff - I want them to use their vacation as they like and keep the 'wedding' stuff to a minimum.

 

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Lulu thanks for your detailed review and pictures, they were amazing.

 

 

 

 

Breeze, I know you are getting married at the Beach like me, are you having a welcome dinner or a rehersal dinner, where are you having them? Also are you having a cocktail party. We want to have a 'welcome' cockail party the day we arrive but aren't sure where to go. We also want to have a cocktail party the wedding day and aren't sure where to go!! Help!

 

 

 

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Hi  mrsdeloatch2be,

 

  • I believe you will find the picture of the club from my  site visit on Flickr. Here is the link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/45411780@N04/sets/72157622838775003/with/4170257926/ 
  • I think you can have coctail hour but as for private dancing after the reception, you'll have to be done by 10:30pm since they open the club for everyone at 11pm.
  • Private reception just means that they close off the whole restaurant for just your party, it doesn't include any extras like DJ, that's an additional charge.

 

I hope i have answered your questions. Let me know if you have any more questions.



 

Originally Posted by mrsdeloatch2be View Post

 

Thanks again for the review and all your comments. 

 

  • Do you have any pictures of the club? 
  • When you say it looks like a club, do you think it can be pulled off for a private event? I was thinking of having a private cocktail hour/dancing after dinner
  • What was included for the "private reception"? Is the DJ included like with the Disco/Club?

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

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 No, we didn't book the club, we just went to the club after our reception. I believe you can also book the club for the reception but it looks like a "real" club so i don't know how it will look.

 

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The Mexican restaurant is in the Iberostar Rose Hall Suites. A picture is included below.

 

4169489855_39210d6383.jpg
 

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So Lulu the mexican restaurant is on the Iberostar property? The suites property? or off resort?

 

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Originally Posted by lmuze View Post



Hi,

 

The resort videographer did take a "true" video. They attached a mike on my husband (then Fiance) and the minister so when everything is heard clearly (even the wind) and the video quality is pretty good, after the ceremony/picture session the videographer asked us to do some poses and those are the ones i had issues with (not the quality, just the corniness of the posing). It's not such a big deal though, a friend of mine will edit the beginning out and it will be perfect.

 

The Mexican restaurant as I said is open between 11pm - 7am, they don't serve alcohol drinks, we sneaked drinks from the club before they closed...another thing i liked about this resort, you can take your drinks anywhere, for instance, their room service does not include alcoholic beverages but you can go to the bar and get as many drinks as you can carry back to your room and it's all good...anyway, back to the Mexican restaurant, they have a salad & fixing bar and someone who mans a grill with assortment of meats for burgers, hot dogs, grilled meats (beef & chicken). We went there twice, the day of the wedding and once after we returned from Margaritaville Night Club in downtown MoBay, so both times we were amply buzzed, it may not be as good as we thought. We had so much fun though. 

 

Don't miss a trip to Margaritaville if you are a night owl. There is a free hourly shuttle  to the club from 11pm - 1am andreturn trip from 1am - 2:30am. http://www.margaritavillecaribbean.com/montegobay.html.

 

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Princess J - I am having a rehersal dinner at the Cajun Restaurant, but no welcome dinner. I'm doing a group outing one night and just didn't want to overload their vacation with my stuff - I want them to use their vacation as they like and keep the 'wedding' stuff to a minimum.

 

Originally Posted by Princess J View Post

Lulu thanks for your detailed review and pictures, they were amazing.

 



 

Breeze, I know you are getting married at the Beach like me, are you having a welcome dinner or a rehersal dinner, where are you having them? Also are you having a cocktail party. We want to have a 'welcome' cockail party the day we arrive but aren't sure where to go. We also want to have a cocktail party the wedding day and aren't sure where to go!! Help!

 


 


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Ohhh ok, i thought it was off-resort. Thanks!
 

Originally Posted by lmuze View Post


The Mexican restaurant is in the Iberostar Rose Hall Suites. A picture is included below.

 

4169489855_39210d6383.jpg
 

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So Lulu the mexican restaurant is on the Iberostar property? The suites property? or off resort?

 

Quote:

Originally Posted by lmuze View Post



Hi,

 

The resort videographer did take a "true" video. They attached a mike on my husband (then Fiance) and the minister so when everything is heard clearly (even the wind) and the video quality is pretty good, after the ceremony/picture session the videographer asked us to do some poses and those are the ones i had issues with (not the quality, just the corniness of the posing). It's not such a big deal though, a friend of mine will edit the beginning out and it will be perfect.

 

The Mexican restaurant as I said is open between 11pm - 7am, they don't serve alcohol drinks, we sneaked drinks from the club before they closed...another thing i liked about this resort, you can take your drinks anywhere, for instance, their room service does not include alcoholic beverages but you can go to the bar and get as many drinks as you can carry back to your room and it's all good...anyway, back to the Mexican restaurant, they have a salad & fixing bar and someone who mans a grill with assortment of meats for burgers, hot dogs, grilled meats (beef & chicken). We went there twice, the day of the wedding and once after we returned from Margaritaville Night Club in downtown MoBay, so both times we were amply buzzed, it may not be as good as we thought. We had so much fun though. 

 

Don't miss a trip to Margaritaville if you are a night owl. There is a free hourly shuttle  to the club from 11pm - 1am andreturn trip from 1am - 2:30am. http://www.margaritavillecaribbean.com/montegobay.html.

 

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Princess J - I am having a rehersal dinner at the Cajun Restaurant, but no welcome dinner. I'm doing a group outing one night and just didn't want to overload their vacation with my stuff - I want them to use their vacation as they like and keep the 'wedding' stuff to a minimum.

 

Originally Posted by Princess J View Post

Lulu thanks for your detailed review and pictures, they were amazing.

 



 

Breeze, I know you are getting married at the Beach like me, are you having a welcome dinner or a rehersal dinner, where are you having them? Also are you having a cocktail party. We want to have a 'welcome' cockail party the day we arrive but aren't sure where to go. We also want to have a cocktail party the wedding day and aren't sure where to go!! Help!

 


 

 


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Hi Caprice-

 

I am not sending invites.. I am sending "thanks for booking/updates" out to guests who have already booked after the "refund" cut-off in February... I knew alot of people would not be able to come and our list wasnt that big anyway so we just did all in one announcement/invites instead of save the dates.
 

Originally Posted by Caprice35 View Post

Hi MrsDeloatch2be, I am getting married on Saturday, May 14, 2011. I am sending my invites out in January. Did you send your invites out yet?



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oh..that's a great idea. That does make sense for a small wedding. I am having a small one too!
 

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Hi Caprice-

 

I am not sending invites.. I am sending "thanks for booking/updates" out to guests who have already booked after the "refund" cut-off in February... I knew alot of people would not be able to come and our list wasnt that big anyway so we just did all in one announcement/invites instead of save the dates.
 

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Hi MrsDeloatch2be, I am getting married on Saturday, May 14, 2011. I am sending my invites out in January. Did you send your invites out yet?


 


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Thank you Imuze for sharing the pictures of the resort! I love the fact that you captured the small details like what the hallways to the guest suites look like!! The pictures were awesome and beautiful I might add!

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I've noticed that a most of brides on this particular forum are getting married at the Suites. Would the ladies who were married or are getting married at the Grand shout themselves out! LOL It would extremely helpful!

Thanks ladies!cheer2.gif

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