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#5321 IslandBride201x

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    Posted 19 September 2012 - 06:23 AM

    Originally Posted by LolasMom71 

    No problem Court. Once I receive them I will post them all. At this point I have only received the one document so I assume on Sunday when Nicole/Tiffany respond to emails I will receive the missing docs. Once I am in possession of all of the final docs I will post them then.


    In July, Nicole and Tiffany didn't have a guest/table type document.  I just sent my own spreadsheet with the guest list and meal selections.  The only document I got from them to complete was the Details document.  I had the extra charges and wedding documents from when we booked, so it was just filling out the Details one to send back.  I put so much detail in that thing and thought they would be so confused because it was information overload.  When we got down there and had our meeting with them, they had it all broken out and where ready with everything I wanted.  Things seem chaotic and up in the air, but when you get there the details really do fall into place and they do a fabulous job!  Good luck!


    Kim & Eric ~ July 22, 2012
    Married to my best friend, the one I laugh with, live for, dream with, love
    Iberostar Rose Hall Suites, Montego Bay, Jamaica


    #5322 IslandBride201x

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      Posted 19 September 2012 - 06:24 AM

      Originally Posted by heat170277 View Post

      I can't open the files, says I dont have permission? 


      You need 150 posts to open documents.  Keep posting... :)


      Kim & Eric ~ July 22, 2012
      Married to my best friend, the one I laugh with, live for, dream with, love
      Iberostar Rose Hall Suites, Montego Bay, Jamaica


      #5323 mrsmannings2b

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        Posted 19 September 2012 - 07:52 AM

        Originally Posted by Cat723 

        I saw someone having a semiprivate reception in the steak house restaurant.  they had a long table of about 20 and decorated the tables with their flower pieces.  it looked nice. you can definitely do an informal cocktail hour in the lobby bar but i am not sure about appetizers.

        Great! Thank you!! I am thinking I will have about 20 as well. Appreciate the feedback. 



        #5324 mrsmannings2b

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          Posted 19 September 2012 - 07:55 AM

          Originally Posted by kfarkas26 

          I have an AMAZING tip for you! For an informal cocktail hour (that you do NOT have to pay for...) Head to the piano bar (its in the main lobby of the suites but also attached to the grand. NO one knows about it... when my fiance and I went in may we went there every night before and after dinner for a drink and we were the only ones in there every night... we had our very own personal bar tender... sooo my fiance and i decided we are going to do our welcome party there and save some cash!  hope that helps-  i would try that out over the lobby bar! Happy planning!!!!

          Great advice! I will make sure to check that out. So, kfarkas26, have you visited the Grand before? I see your wedding is not until next year. 



          #5325 Sjay

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            Posted 19 September 2012 - 08:52 AM

            Originally Posted by kfarkas26 

            I have an AMAZING tip for you! For an informal cocktail hour (that you do NOT have to pay for...) Head to the piano bar (its in the main lobby of the suites but also attached to the grand. NO one knows about it... when my fiance and I went in may we went there every night before and after dinner for a drink and we were the only ones in there every night... we had our very own personal bar tender... sooo my fiance and i decided we are going to do our welcome party there and save some cash!  hope that helps-  i would try that out over the lobby bar! Happy planning!!!!

             

            Great tip, thank you! We'd planned on our group just meeting for an informal 'meet and greet' at the lobby bar but I like the idea of a bit more privacy, and quiet, as we intend to intro our families and say a few thank yous. Thanks again!



            #5326 Sjay

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              Posted 19 September 2012 - 08:58 AM

              Originally Posted by kfarkas26 

              I have an AMAZING tip for you! For an informal cocktail hour (that you do NOT have to pay for...) Head to the piano bar (its in the main lobby of the suites but also attached to the grand. NO one knows about it... when my fiance and I went in may we went there every night before and after dinner for a drink and we were the only ones in there every night... we had our very own personal bar tender... sooo my fiance and i decided we are going to do our welcome party there and save some cash!  hope that helps-  i would try that out over the lobby bar! Happy planning!!!!

               

              Do you have a photo of the piano bar? I searched online and found a pic, but found a pic of the same bar that another visitor took and labelled 'lobby bar' so I'm not sure what either look like now, lol.

              Thanks!



              #5327 Alier1

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                Posted 19 September 2012 - 09:36 AM

                Lots of pics on here!

                 

                http://www.oyster.co...s--v1857851-23/



                #5328 Sjay

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                  Posted 19 September 2012 - 01:27 PM

                  Urghhh...just found out the Suites is fully booked during the week of our wedding...and we still have a bunch of people who have not yet booked!

                   

                  Can a past bride who had guests at 2 or 3 of the properties explain how non-wedding day guest passes work and how much they cost? I have the doc from the resort, but I think the rates must refer to non-Iberostar guests:

                   

                  It states this about day passes:

                  Day $75

                  Night $100

                  All day/night $150

                  and then the all-day wedding pass for Beach guests are $30

                   

                  Does that mean our Beach guests would have to spend $75-$150 per day to come over to hang out with our group at the Suites?! When on wedding day they're only charged $30?

                   

                  What about if we want to host a rehearsal dinner at the Suites - is that a $100 charge per Beach guest to come over and eat with the group? We were planning a rehearsal and farewell dinner at the Suites.

                   

                  I know Grand guests don't have to pay anything extra so we're going to encourage ppl to stay at the Grand. We know some won't want to or can't afford to, but I want them to understand exactly how much it'll cost to come over to the Suites over and above their package price.

                   

                  Thanks for your help!



                  #5329 Sjay

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                    Posted 19 September 2012 - 01:52 PM

                    Kfarkas26... I checked out the link below from Alier1 (thank you! great photos!) and it looks like the lobby bar IS the Piano Bar, isn't it? The lobby bar has a big piano sculpture in it so presume it's called the Piano Bar. Or is what you are referring to as piano bar actually the Blue Moon Music Bar?

                     

                    LOL, just trying to figure it out... :)

                     

                    Originally Posted by kfarkas26 

                    I have an AMAZING tip for you! For an informal cocktail hour (that you do NOT have to pay for...) Head to the piano bar (its in the main lobby of the suites but also attached to the grand. NO one knows about it... when my fiance and I went in may we went there every night before and after dinner for a drink and we were the only ones in there every night... we had our very own personal bar tender... sooo my fiance and i decided we are going to do our welcome party there and save some cash!  hope that helps-  i would try that out over the lobby bar! Happy planning!!!!

                     

                    Originally Posted by Alier1 

                    Lots of pics on here!

                     

                    http://www.oyster.co...s--v1857851-23/



                    #5330 kfarkas26

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                      Posted 19 September 2012 - 03:05 PM

                      Originally Posted by Sjay 

                      Kfarkas26... I checked out the link below from Alier1 (thank you! great photos!) and it looks like the lobby bar IS the Piano Bar, isn't it? The lobby bar has a big piano sculpture in it so presume it's called the Piano Bar. Or is what you are referring to as piano bar actually the Blue Moon Music Bar?

                       

                      LOL, just trying to figure it out... :)

                       

                       

                      AhhH! sorry for the confusion I do mean the Blue Moon Music Bar--- it is awesome!






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