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We recently decided to hold our wedding reception at Jelly Fish. We're having the ceremony at PPC on May 31, 2010. It comes out to be slightly cheaper than doing both ceremony and reception at the resort and also Mayte at Jelly Fish said that we can stay as long as we want whereas the resort package is only for a three-hour reception. I'm excited! I've read good reviews about this place so hopefully it will all work out well.

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I've seen where some had to pay $5 per person to transport their group to Jellyfish and some said its free. Just want to know what it is now. I have been communicating with the restaurant, but I usually have so many questions, I forget that one.

 

Also I found out they only accept cash. :-( I don't like carring that much cash when traveling and ATMs usually have a limit.

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TLC.. I paid $5 per person for transportation to and from the restaurant in December.

Also, double check on the cash payment thing because I paid with a Mastercard, not cash.

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TLC.. I paid $5 per person for transportation to and from the restaurant in December.
Also, double check on the cash payment thing because I paid with a Mastercard, not cash.
Thanks I will send them a message this week to confirm menu and other essentials. So I will confirm payment then.

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Maybe they let their wedding couples pay with cards, but it's even said on trip advisor that the restaurant doesn't take CC's from regular diners. TLC if you're in regular contact with the restaurant and could ask and clear up this question- it would help a lot of us planning dinners there soon. I'm not having my wedding there (wish I was but committed to my resort too early and then found this and can't change now) but DH and I will be making a dinner trip there and we really don't want to carry cash for that down there.

 

Let us know what you find out!

 

----Nikki----

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i ate at this restuarant while on vacation and was not happy w/the foodor service. The service, while they were very nice and polite, they were very slow. Also, they served my fiance fish that wasnt properly cooked and he ended up staying the the room/bathroom for 3 days of our trip. it came highly reccommeded but...

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Maybe they let their wedding couples pay with cards, but it's even said on trip advisor that the restaurant doesn't take CC's from regular diners. TLC if you're in regular contact with the restaurant and could ask and clear up this question- it would help a lot of us planning dinners there soon. I'm not having my wedding there (wish I was but committed to my resort too early and then found this and can't change now) but DH and I will be making a dinner trip there and we really don't want to carry cash for that down there.

Let us know what you find out!

----Nikki----
Hi Nikki,

I confirmed that they will take a credit card - they said the menu they sent was outdated. I will be sure to keep you updated with any additional information I receive.

Also, they quoted me $6 per person for the transportation and the website says free.

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