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HELP!!!Hilton Rose Hall or Iberostar Rosehall Suites

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FYI, there is a sale at IRHS now, if you stay for 3 nights, you get the 4th night free. Our price were adjusted and we end up saving almost $700.

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well i am getting married at Iberostar. We went to MoBay last year just for some R&R and ended up at IRH Grannd. WE were in love at the gates. Went to visit some of the other tops resorts and I didnt like them at ALL. They had that nasty mold and wasnt very modern. I also love the fact they do one wedding a day giving my guest and me tht one on one attention. I have pictures of the resort from our trip......it is a clean resort with lots to do on site!

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Originally Posted by virgotech757 View Post
well i am getting married at Iberostar. We went to MoBay last year just for some R&R and ended up at IRH Grannd. WE were in love at the gates. Went to visit some of the other tops resorts and I didnt like them at ALL. They had that nasty mold and wasnt very modern. I also love the fact they do one wedding a day giving my guest and me tht one on one attention. I have pictures of the resort from our trip......it is a clean resort with lots to do on site!
Can you post some of your pics from your visit or email me a few (mekanabr@gmail.com)? I'd really appreciate it!! The pics on their website aren't that great so I'd love to see some more. Also, do you have any info from the WC about their wedding pricing/locations etc? Would love any info you have to share! THANKS!!!! :)

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I'm feeling torn too between these two resorts. Ugh! I wish I can combine some perks from one into the other and vice versa. I know what it will come down to for us and I'm sure a lot of couples is the price. We're having a dw to save $ and to have something different that we can share with our close fam and friends. Decisions decisions...however, I have a feeling we're going to end up at Iberostar which I we really liked when we went to visit.

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I've been to both, we were married at IRHS (last month) but stayed at RH Hilton last time we were there (last year).  IRHS is a much nicer more modern resort with a great staff.  I only saw a wedding at the Aqeducts from our balcony which was beautiful but super expensive if I remember correctly.  I think either would be beautiful but I'd recommend the IRHS if it helps.
 

Originally Posted by Islandgirl910 View Post

I'm feeling torn too between these two resorts. Ugh! I wish I can combine some perks from one into the other and vice versa. I know what it will come down to for us and I'm sure a lot of couples is the price. We're having a dw to save $ and to have something different that we can share with our close fam and friends. Decisions decisions...however, I have a feeling we're going to end up at Iberostar which I we really liked when we went to visit.



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Thanks Wendy. We are going to go with IBRH. When we did our site visits at IBRB we enjoyed the "island" vibe if you will. So I know IBRH will offer just the same as they're the same chain name. RH Hilton is great too. Perhaps when we go back to JA after we're married we will book a weekend there.

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I just got back from the IRHG and I checked out a couple of weddings at the suites. I would 100% say the suites over the Hilton. I stayed at the Rose Hall Hilton last September and the food and service doesn't match up to the Iberostar. I'm posting alot of pics on my snap fish account of both the grand and suites properties and weddings. Let me know if you're interested and I'll e-mail you a link.

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I am interested in seeing pics of the suites properties for sure! I will pm you my email address.

Originally Posted by DeAngelis2be View Post

I just got back from the IRHG and I checked out a couple of weddings at the suites. I would 100% say the suites over the Hilton. I stayed at the Rose Hall Hilton last September and the food and service doesn't match up to the Iberostar. I'm posting alot of pics on my snap fish account of both the grand and suites properties and weddings. Let me know if you're interested and I'll e-mail you a link.



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Yes I would love to see the pictures you took, my e-mail is delgadot73@gmail.com. Thanks!!!

Originally Posted by DeAngelis2be View Post

I just got back from the IRHG and I checked out a couple of weddings at the suites. I would 100% say the suites over the Hilton. I stayed at the Rose Hall Hilton last September and the food and service doesn't match up to the Iberostar. I'm posting alot of pics on my snap fish account of both the grand and suites properties and weddings. Let me know if you're interested and I'll e-mail you a link.



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