Iberostar Rose Hall Suites Review (with wedding info)
Posted 16 October 2009 - 10:02 AM
That's great to hear that the restaurants at the Beach are open even though the resort is closed (or at least the one Japanese restaurant is). When we were there, the occupancy was really low and Miranda Hill was closed for lunch, so I'm glad to hear the food is good!
I'm a little confused on what is a standard suite and which are the oceanview suites...I remember seeing a brochure that said about 240 of the rooms are standard and about 50 are upgrades, so based on looking at the layout I figured that the oceanview were the ones that you see the pool and the ocean when you look straight ahead (the ones that are above the lobby). And I guessed that the standard were the ones that you see the ocean to the side, and straight ahead would either be the pool or the resort next door. If those are actually ocean-view also, do you know which ones would be standard?
I totally agree on the vibe there - it's perfect for weddings and is really beautiful, but afterward we'll want to go somewhere else with more of a laid-back Jamaican resort vibe for the honeymoon.
Posted 16 October 2009 - 11:37 AM
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Posted 05 December 2009 - 08:58 PM
I am most likely considering having my wedding at Iberostar Rose hall Suites..
I am soooo indecisive soo it is extremely hard for me to pick the resort. Which resort do you like the best. How did you like Riu? Looking forward to hearing about your experience this weekend. Talk to you soon.
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