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#361 georgiasl

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    Posted 30 May 2012 - 07:49 AM

    If anyone has done or is currently planning a smaller wedding say 10-20 people. I would like to know how ther semi private dinner/reception was and if there was an additional cost for it if you did the free wedding package.



    #362 kendra6303

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      Posted 30 May 2012 - 10:43 AM

      Im planning a wedding for 25 people and doing a semi-private dinner at the Surf and Turf restaurant. I chose the most basic menu from the options given, which is the steak and lobster dinner. There is no additionall cost for the semi-private reception. You are limited to two basic dinner times 6:30pm and 8:30pm.  If you have less than 15 people in your party, the members of your party can order off the menu. If you have more than 15 people you have to pick one menu for everyone, kinda sucks, but it'll save you 3k. Ive asked if I could pay for a private dinner on the beach and 30 seems to be the magic number for certain wedding options.

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      #363 mshalonso

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        Posted 30 May 2012 - 07:03 PM

        Hello All-

         

        I had a question about booking rooms at the hotel for your guests.  I am getting married at the Iberostar Grand Jamaica in February 2013.  We booked the wedding but they mentioned that in order to hold rooms you need to use a travel agent.  After speaking to a travel agent, the prices she found were really pricey.  I looked on Orbitz and it was 1/2 the cost.  Can guests just book on their own and request rooms near us or do we all need to book through an agent? 



        #364 georgiasl

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          Posted 31 May 2012 - 03:41 AM

          Honestly i am glad i dont have to spend the extra $$$. It seams ridiculous to pay 3k for a reception for people who are already paying to stay at an all inclusive resort.

          #365 kfarkas26

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            Posted 31 May 2012 - 06:47 AM

            if you have a free wedding (ceremony) is it still free for guests from other resorts to come over?!



            #366 kendra6303

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              Posted 31 May 2012 - 08:34 AM

              I am under the impression that regardless of ceremony costs, you have to pay for a daypass for any guest from another resort. The basic fee is $100 and I believe its a little cheaper if the guests are from the other Iberostar resorts.



              #367 DeAngelis2be

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                Posted 31 May 2012 - 09:09 AM

                For the Grand you don't need to pay for Day passes from the other resorts if you have having a private reception.



                #368 TheWolferts

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                  Posted 31 May 2012 - 12:17 PM

                  Hi Iberostar brides!

                   

                  My husband and I got married a couple of weeks ago at the El Dorado Royale in Riviera Maya, Mexico. At the end of our stay, the resort gave us a coupon book that is good to use on different resort ammenities for up to a year in case we make a trip back soon. For any brides that have already gotten married at the Grand this year, does the Grand do anything similar?

                   

                  If so and you already know for sure that you will not be using them, would anyone mind passing their coupons off to us if you arent going to use them?



                  #369 DeAngelis2be

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                    Posted 31 May 2012 - 01:12 PM

                    No coupons. No discounts for returning visits. You should be able to swing a free room upgrade. Free golf if you stay for over 5 nights.



                    #370 sunshine2413

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                      Posted 01 June 2012 - 08:05 AM

                      Originally Posted by TheWolferts 

                      Hi Iberostar brides!

                       

                      My husband and I got married a couple of weeks ago at the El Dorado Royale in Riviera Maya, Mexico. At the end of our stay, the resort gave us a coupon book that is good to use on different resort ammenities for up to a year in case we make a trip back soon. For any brides that have already gotten married at the Grand this year, does the Grand do anything similar?

                       

                      If so and you already know for sure that you will not be using them, would anyone mind passing their coupons off to us if you arent going to use them?

                      No freebies at the grand!






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