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Mayte is so swamped with emails. She answers between 40 and 100 a day. She does everything herself so that when you come for your weddng she knows exactly what was discussed and promised to you. She is absolutely amazing at what she does!! And one of the kindest and warmest people we have ever met. You wont be disappointed!!

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Originally Posted by KJ Shea View Post

 

Hi Ladies,

 

I posted a bunch of pics of our November 13, 2010 at The Jellyfish on their Facebook page.Ours is the wedding with all of the blues. It was the best decision we made to move our Wedding there. We could not have been any more thrilled with how everything looked, tasted and how well our guests were treated. It is an amazing place!!

Hey KJ Shea,

 

What was the weather like in PC in November? Did you get a lot of rain? And what is the beach like at the JellyFish restaurant? Are there a lot of trees and shade for guests, or are we plan out in the sun?? Thanks for all this info btw, I really appreciate it. :)

 

 

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Hi Mel 2010,

 

The weather was perfect while we were there. We never had more than an hour of rain and we were there for two weeks. Some days were a little bit overcast but it was welcomed and still plenty warm. One day we it was really hot and sunny and it was too much. We really appreciated the little bit of cloud cover we had a lot. We would definitely go back in November again.

 

The beach at Jellyfish is beautiful with plenty of tall palm trees. They also have palapas and chairs set up with cover. The seating for the ceremony was out in the open but I think they plan the ceremonies right around sunset for the most part. Everyone was totally comfortable the day of our wedding but we gratefully did not have the sun deating down on us

 

My family is actually discussing going back down there at the same time next year. The weather was great and the resort was not too busy at all. We were very comfortable overall.

 

Let me know if you have any other questions. I am happy to help any way that I can.

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Hey Kim,

 

Thanks for the photos. They are beautiful. And thanks for the info on the beach and weather. I definitely want to have my wedding at the JellyFish now, only I haven't heard back from anyone. I've tried emailing them twice. Once through their contact page on their website and once through the email addy I saw on this thread. Still no reply. Do you think I should just call them instead? I read that the restaurant is also 30mins away from the Majestic, is this true? And is the ride as bumpy as Tripadvisor describes it, lol?
 

Originally Posted by KJ Shea View Post

Hi Mel 2010,

 

The weather was perfect while we were there. We never had more than an hour of rain and we were there for two weeks. Some days were a little bit overcast but it was welcomed and still plenty warm. One day we it was really hot and sunny and it was too much. We really appreciated the little bit of cloud cover we had a lot. We would definitely go back in November again.

 

The beach at Jellyfish is beautiful with plenty of tall palm trees. They also have palapas and chairs set up with cover. The seating for the ceremony was out in the open but I think they plan the ceremonies right around sunset for the most part. Everyone was totally comfortable the day of our wedding but we gratefully did not have the sun deating down on us

 

My family is actually discussing going back down there at the same time next year. The weather was great and the resort was not too busy at all. We were very comfortable overall.

 

Let me know if you have any other questions. I am happy to help any way that I can.



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Thanks for posting the menu.  Do they have a buffet menu?  I am thinking about doing Jellyfish for our rehearsal dinner.  We are expecting about 50 ppl and do not want it to be too expensive.

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Thanks for posting the menu.  Do they have a buffet menu?  I am thinking about doing Jellyfish for our rehearsal dinner.  We are expecting about 50 ppl and do not want it to be too expensive.

 

I'm almost certain that I saw pictures on their Facebook page of a buffet setup, so I'm sure they could accomodate one for 50ppl. Let me know if you hear back from them. :)

 

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We're getting married at the Jellyfish in November, we're having our ceremony & reception there.. and we're staying at the Majestic Elegance.  Mayte is really good at replying to emails, shes just been catching up over the holidays since they were so busy.

 

As for buffet.. I recently asked her that question, she said to add 10% to the menu price for buffet, so I just asked her how many people that would feed and I'm waiting for her reply.

 

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Hi  Mel,

 

I think that they are really just catching up from the holidays and I think this is their prime season. I also maybe remember Mayte saying that she was going away for a bit too. Just bear with her...she will definitely get back to you.

 

The ride from the Majestic is definitely about twenty minutes. The roads are just a little crowded and it takes a bit to get there but they are not bumppy. But... the road that you turn down to get the the Jellyfish is definitely bumpy to say the least. John and I were totally cracking up when we went ther to meet Mayte that we wanted someone to film our guests faces when they are going down the road. But it is sooo worth it because then you pull up to the Jellyfish and it is just gorgeous. All of my guests loved it there!!

 

You can actually just walk like three miles down the beach from the Majestic and get to the Jellyfish. A couple of our guests did that one day because they were going to the little market next door. But they actually decided to take a water taxi back because they said it was a long walk. We honeymooned at the Paridissus Palma Real and that hotel was actually a short walk to the Jellyfish so we went back the last night of our honeymoon and had dinner there.

 


 

Originally Posted by Mel2010 View Post

Hey Kim,

 

Thanks for the photos. They are beautiful. And thanks for the info on the beach and weather. I definitely want to have my wedding at the JellyFish now, only I haven't heard back from anyone. I've tried emailing them twice. Once through their contact page on their website and once through the email addy I saw on this thread. Still no reply. Do you think I should just call them instead? I read that the restaurant is also 30mins away from the Majestic, is this true? And is the ride as bumpy as Tripadvisor describes it, lol?
 

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Hi Mel 2010,

 

The weather was perfect while we were there. We never had more than an hour of rain and we were there for two weeks. Some days were a little bit overcast but it was welcomed and still plenty warm. One day we it was really hot and sunny and it was too much. We really appreciated the little bit of cloud cover we had a lot. We would definitely go back in November again.

 

The beach at Jellyfish is beautiful with plenty of tall palm trees. They also have palapas and chairs set up with cover. The seating for the ceremony was out in the open but I think they plan the ceremonies right around sunset for the most part. Everyone was totally comfortable the day of our wedding but we gratefully did not have the sun deating down on us

 

My family is actually discussing going back down there at the same time next year. The weather was great and the resort was not too busy at all. We were very comfortable overall.

 

Let me know if you have any other questions. I am happy to help any way that I can.


 


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Farlem, the price is per plate.. but when I asked Mayte regading buffet.. she said to add 10% to the plate price, I'm not sure how many people that feeds.. so I sent her another email asking.

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