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#91 southparkhou

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    Posted 20 October 2009 - 06:51 PM

    Hi Jamie,

    We will be getting married at the RoseHall resort on July 3, 2010. I have heard a lot of good things about the hotel & we are very pleased about the discounted room rates and close proximity to the airport. I hope the best for you! Enjoy!

    Carla

    #92 tauristar

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      Posted 22 October 2009 - 12:54 AM

      Rosehall Bride- I didn't see the Cinnamon Ball Room, I'm soo sorry about that. I did love both gazebos! There is one on the west lawn, this one is right next to the ocean. The other is in the gardens with a good size lawn. I liked it so much that I'm doing my reception there!
      I'm happy to pass along a couple of pics if anyone is interested.
      So here is what I thought of the resort:
      food - pretty good, The 3 Palms, was ok...but Jamaica isn't were you go for a steak. So it was good enough. The buffet, breakfast was great...dinner was nothing spectacular, but good. My fiance stuck with the build your own stir fry and it was great. The italian restaurant was really wonderful and lunch by the pool or at Mangoes is great! I loved the jerk chicken and jerk pork. In fact, I put the pork on my reception menu.

      service - everyone from the staff is top notch from the pool sider servers to the maid staff is genuinely helpful, nice and very pleasant.

      decor- the resort is beautiful, I as very impressed and excited to bring my wedding guests!

      activities - the pool is fun, the evening kareoke and band are entertaining, the beach has plenty of chairs, the water park is lots of fun. We had massages on the beach from the spa staff, this is a must do! The spa staff was professional and the spa rivals any that I've been to in the states. There are lots of nice staff to help with row boats, sail boats and wind surfing on the beach.

      I feel like I made a wonderful choice with the Rose Hall Hilton, I'm so excited for my wedding to be in such a special place.
      let me know if I can help with anything or if anyone has questions bout the resort!
      T!
      Love is in the air!


      May 2010

      #93 tauristar

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        Posted 22 October 2009 - 12:55 AM

        southparkhou - congrats on the pick, the hardest part is over!
        Love is in the air!


        May 2010

        #94 rosehallbride

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          Posted 22 October 2009 - 04:01 PM

          Hi tauristar
          So glad to hear your great comments about rosehall its got me all excited now.
          Don't worry about not getting to see the cinamon ballroom i've seen some pictures on saab wedding site who had her reception there and it looks lovely.
          I would love to see your pics please.
          Are you still having your reception on the pool deck will you be having a dj and how are you having your gazzebo decorated.
          Did you see any weddings while you were out there.

          #95 tauristar

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            Posted 22 October 2009 - 10:01 PM

            I will figure out how to post pics.
            I ditched the pool deck all together, it's really big and super nice. It over looks the pool and the ocean. Part of it is covered and there is a bar. It's really very nice, but there are windows the whole length of the building. I just imagined people on the other side watching the reception all night. I'll have my reception at the Wedding gazebo. It's next to hotel rooms, but most of the guests seemed to be at the restaurants and onsite bars in the evening. I am bringing a dj, a good friend, and renting the equipment.
            I'm thinking I'll just do corresponding flowers (once I pick them) in the gazebo.
            I saw a couple small weddings but nothing bigger than a group of 15. All were very pretty but just basic.
            I'm glad I can share a little to pass along the excitement!
            Love is in the air!


            May 2010

            #96 tauristar

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              Posted 22 October 2009 - 10:06 PM

              I will figure out how to post pics.
              I ditched the pool deck all together, it's really big and super nice. It over looks the pool and the ocean. Part of it is covered and there is a bar. It's really very nice, but there are windows the whole length of the building. I just imagined people on the other side watching the reception all night. I'll have my reception at the Wedding gazebo. It's next to hotel rooms, but most of the guests seemed to be at the restaurants and onsite bars in the evening. I am bringing a dj, a good friend, and renting the equipment.
              I'm thinking I'll just do corresponding flowers (once I pick them) in the gazebo.
              I saw a couple small weddings but nothing bigger than a group of 15. All were very pretty but just basic.
              I'm glad I can share a little to pass along the excitement!
              Love is in the air!


              May 2010

              #97 tauristar

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                Posted 22 October 2009 - 10:06 PM

                I will figure out how to post pics.
                I ditched the pool deck all together, it's really big and super nice. It over looks the pool and the ocean. Part of it is covered and there is a bar. It's really very nice, but there are windows the whole length of the building. I just imagined people on the other side watching the reception all night. I'll have my reception at the Wedding gazebo. It's next to hotel rooms, but most of the guests seemed to be at the restaurants and onsite bars in the evening. I am bringing a dj, a good friend, and renting the equipment.
                I'm thinking I'll just do corresponding flowers (once I pick them) in the gazebo.
                I saw a couple small weddings but nothing bigger than a group of 15. All were very pretty but just basic.
                I'm glad I can share a little to pass along the excitement!
                Love is in the air!


                May 2010

                #98 Pandabride6

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                  Posted 25 October 2009 - 01:14 PM

                  tauristar- Where are you planning on having the ceremony? At the gazebo by the beach or elsewhere? Did you see the Sugar Mill Falls reception site? If so, how did it look?

                  Also a question for all the ladies, are you guys using a planner? I was told we set up our own decor on our own for the reception and that kind of bugged me so I'm leaning toward getting one in addition to using Tai Flora for decor.
                  Can't wait to honor our family roots... and establish new ones... Montego Bay, Jamaica, June 5, 2010



                  The view overlooking Kingston... January 2009. One Love!!

                  #99 Pandabride6

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                    Posted 25 October 2009 - 06:04 PM

                    I wrote something earlier today but I don't think it posted... so here it is again.

                    tauristar- Where are you planning on having the ceremony? At the gazebo by the beach? In the pictures, the gazebo didn't look all that great and it seemed to be so close to where hotel guests would be hanging out.
                    Also, did you see the Sugar Mill Falls reception site? If so, how did it look?


                    Also a question for all the ladies, are you guys using a planner? I was told we set up our own decor on our own for the reception and that kind of bugged me so I'm leaning toward getting one in addition to using Tai Flora for decor.
                    Can't wait to honor our family roots... and establish new ones... Montego Bay, Jamaica, June 5, 2010



                    The view overlooking Kingston... January 2009. One Love!!

                    #100 tauristar

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                      Posted 27 October 2009 - 11:05 PM

                      Pandabride6- I'm doing my ceremony on the west lawn, next to the gazebo by the beach. It's ok, but I'm opting to overlook the ocean. This location is pretty public, it's next to the main pool and I expect guests will be watching. My ceremony time is 6:00 so I'm hoping the pool won't be at max capacity.
                      My reception is at the wedding gazebo, it's pretty secluded and has a big lawn. The Sugar Mills site is super pretty and very secluded. Both are a walk and off to the side of the resort. It's really lush with lots of trees and flowers. At night, it's really romantic.
                      Good Luck picking!
                      Love is in the air!


                      May 2010




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