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#11 mellibean

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    Posted 27 February 2009 - 07:45 PM

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    I'm going to Idle Awhile for my honeymoon- I visited the property in September and it is so cute! It's only 14 rooms, but it is private and just so cozy... if I was having a small beach wedding, I'd totally go there.

    Here are some photos from a wedding there: Negril Jamaica Weddings Photo Gallery - Sharon and Justin
    omg! lol that location is awsome. thanks so much! i love all the palm trees on the beach! how did you find these pics? is this bride on this site?
    i didnt get a chance to take a look at this hotels website. hope i like it more than the pics.lol


    #12 ~*petals*~

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      Posted 27 February 2009 - 11:10 PM

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      omg! lol that location is awsome. thanks so much! i love all the palm trees on the beach! how did you find these pics? is this bride on this site?
      i didnt get a chance to take a look at this hotels website. hope i like it more than the pics.lol
      Idle Awhile is on the 7-mile beach in Negril so that part's not private but the property is really cute. I totally fell in love with it when I went to visit in Sept. There are more resort pics here: Idle Awhile Resort -- Front Entrance (you have to click on each photo to go through the pics.

      I don't know who the bride is-- I found the pictures in the photo gallery of this Negril Weddings website: Negril Jamaica Weddings.com. They have lots of different weddings at various properties in Negril in their gallery.

      #13 mellibean

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        Posted 27 February 2009 - 11:23 PM

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        Idle Awhile is on the 7-mile beach in Negril so that part's not private but the property is really cute. I totally fell in love with it when I went to visit in Sept. There are more resort pics here: Idle Awhile Resort -- Front Entrance (you have to click on each photo to go through the pics.

        I don't know who the bride is-- I found the pictures in the photo gallery of this Negril Weddings website: Negril Jamaica Weddings.com. They have lots of different weddings at various properties in Negril in their gallery.
        i read a post from a past bride on trip advisor. i just emailed her and asked her who planned her wedding, she stated the hotel refer her to someone. i like the fact that after the sunset they set up a private dinner for her and her hubby on the beach and enjoyed a bomb fire. do they have bomb fires on the beach every night?

        since its not an ai. could you recommend some places to dined at other than whats available at the hotel. i read their is a great place across the street call the best in the west. how much is the airport transfer to the hotel?
        thanks, you have been a great help!

        #14 ~*petals*~

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          Posted 27 February 2009 - 11:55 PM

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          i read a post from a past bride on trip advisor. i just emailed her and asked her who planned her wedding, she stated the hotel refer her to someone. i like the fact that after the sunset they set up a private dinner for her and her hubby on the beach and enjoyed a bomb fire. do they have bomb fires on the beach every night?

          since its not an ai. could you recommend some places to dined at other than whats available at the hotel. i read their is a great place across the street call the best in the west. how much is the airport transfer to the hotel?
          thanks, you have been a great help!
          I've only stayed in Negril twice so I know I'm missing some but we really liked Kuyaba, the jerk chicken at Best in the West and our favorite was Rockhouse but that's up on the cliffs.

          This map (see page 3) http://www.talkofthe.../negril_map.pdf is not recently updated but it will give you a good idea of what's around.

          You can book your transfers ahead of time through your tour operator and if you're on a bus (as opposed to a private hired car), it's in the realm of about $20/person.

          Happy planning!




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