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Here is her answer :)

 

Hello Kim! I bet you miss the sun and the sand frim the Riviera Maya! They can dance just remember the dj is not included, they would have to pay for the dj per hour

 

 

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yes i had thought about the dj, 

we are only about 17, so not close enough for the palapa, 

i could see having the dj at the restaurant, !

thanks for all the answers :)

 

 

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Hi, does anyone know how many people per table it is in the palapa?

Thanks

Jemma x

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We have maximum of 10 per round table, some tables had 8 people bc of the way our family seating worked out

 

 

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Some pics of the wedding area by palapa

 

 

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That works out perfect thanks, mine are going to be mixed too. Looks lovely x

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We had tables of 8.9,10

Didn't seemed cramped to me. They recommend no less than 8 but I think they would do 6.

 

 

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No it didn't seem cramped at the tables of 10

 

 

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Brides - what level of open bar are you planning for your reception (or what did you choose for those that have already been married here)? BBQ Menu in the palapa comes with "national open bar" for the reception time and then we have to pay a per person per hour charge for the extension. 

 

Just wondering if it's worth the extra cost to upgrade to International or Premium booze....

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@krystalball  I don't know if this applies to Grand Sirenis or not. We weren't even at this resort but the "National", "International" and "Premium" seems to be the standard all over Mexico because I got the same thing from two other places that we didn't go with. From what I saw, it only determines the number of "liquors" available so I would say it depends on how picky your guests are. We weren't a large enough number to worry about it but I did pay for the International initially just for the variety. When we had people cancel and we were down to so few, the restaurant wouldn't do an open bar and we had to pay the per drink pricing of the restaurant instead. We ended up being 10 all together so it wasn't too bad of a bill. The good thing was that we had all available liquors that way anyway so it ended up not mattering at all.

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