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Seawatch or Royal Lahaina?

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#1 charie0123

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    Posted 06 September 2009 - 03:19 PM

    Does any one have any ideas or have been to any weddings at Seawatch or Royal Lahaina? I can't seem to decide between the two. I'm excited about the food at Seawatch and the new chef, however I love the views from Royal Lahaina. ANy input would be great! Thanks.

    #2 almostmrshoward

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      Posted 09 September 2009 - 11:09 AM

      Hi! I looked at both venues and found the Seawatch to be less for more. An acquaintance of mine got married at the Seawatch and she has some pretty stunning shots from her wedding.

      Beware...the wedding coordinator is slow to get back to you and they do all their communication via e-mail.

      #3 emmes

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        Posted 11 December 2009 - 12:40 AM

        Have you decided yet? I'm going through the same decision right now... and I can't decide either! Seawatch appears to be the most cost effective -- but I too love the views of Royal Lahaina...

        #4 litl_april

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          Posted 05 January 2010 - 03:05 PM

          We had our wedding ceremony at Seawatch, on the Molokini Lookout. The views were incredible. My husband and I both concluded that the pictures we had seen online of the location had not done it justice! It was truly breathtaking.
          I really can't help in comparing it with Royal Lahaina though lol.
          We also did not have our reception at Seawatch. We jumped over to Mulligan's on the Blue for that (which I don't believe is even a mile away) as their prices were better for our budget. One thing's for sure for anyone who considers Mulligan's, do not consider their lower prices in terms of what quality you may get compared to the other restaurants in the area who charge much more. The food was incredible. High quality and delicious!
          Good luck in your decision! Anything you decide is sure to be beautiful. Maui was amazing!!

          #5 litl_april

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            Posted 05 January 2010 - 03:05 PM

            Double posted :P

            #6 weiky

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              Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:44 PM

              I hear a lot that there are a LOT of hidden costs at seawatch and the alcohol charges are way higher than ever estimated...just what i have read on boards and was told from a friend

              #7 cutefeet

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                Posted 17 January 2010 - 08:56 PM


                I currently have my wedding and reception reserved at the SeaWatch with the afterparty taking place at Mulligan's. If Mulligan's is really that much cheaper I may switch my reception there. Was your reception inside our outside and was it private?


                #8 litl_april

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                  Posted 24 January 2010 - 02:45 PM

                  Our reception was outside on their ocean facing lanai. Based on the setting, it felt very private although we didn't do a buyout. We followed the meal with a DJ and dance inside. I actually only recall seeing other restaurant guests as we arrived and walked between tables to our parties section. They do tell you, if you have a dance without a buyout, other guests aren't restricted from dancing if they wish but we had nobody join us! We all had a great time here and were thankful we went this route. Mulligan's really doesn't restrict music options, which is nice, and they did a great job of providing everything we needed!!!
                  Let me know if you'd like to know more!

                  #9 jlou

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                    Posted 21 March 2013 - 10:14 PM

                    I know this is a really old post, if you could tell me about your reception at mulligans that would be great! I'm going to have 60-70 people, was there the ability to say a few toasts/speeches? Were you and your husband able to have a first dance?



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