@duchovny0901 For Jellyfish?
Posted 25 April 2014 - 11:15 AM
Past Jellyfish brides that only rented the bottom and beach out.... did randoms end up coming to eat at the restaurant upstairs and did it bother you?
Had my wedding a couple of weeks ago on a Saturday night and only rented the bottom part and didn't even notice the guests upstairs.
When we were having dinner someone at the entrance would direct them upstairs and like someone else mentioned it is a small area so you don't really have that many people there. If you have the extra money and privacy is a big concern rent the whole place but personally I don't think it was necessary and this was a Saturday which I am sure is one of their busiest nights. Hope this helps.
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Posted 25 April 2014 - 01:25 PM
I see a lot of reviews about this place and they are good reviews. This place must be a hit.
Kristy and Nathan
Melia Caribe Tropical
April 17, 2015
Posted 25 April 2014 - 01:47 PM
Jellyfish is very popular. I'm not getting married there but going to try do get there for dinner with the hubby after the wedding day.
Posted 28 April 2014 - 05:13 AM
@Mrsoats I just google mapped it. Lol. From Majestic Colonial to Jellyfish it looks to be between 22 and 25 mins. I was trying to find out the same thing from my resort (Now Larimar) so I just looked at the distances on the map. Hope this helps!
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Posted 28 April 2014 - 06:40 AM
@MrandMrsBonitto2016 I don't know! So here's the issue... because my party is so big now (over 60 guests) the resort wants to serve us buffet style. My fiance feels strongly about having a plated dinner, as our guests are spending so much to fly down and stay at the resort, he thinks that the least they could do is give us a plated dinner on our wedding day! I completely agree. We just didn't think that so many people would go with us so I just assumed that we'd always have the plated option. Additionally, the resort charges EXTRA for buffet style per person, which I find crazy because it takes less work off your servers now that everyone has to make their own plate! So I'm trying to negotiate with the resort and my wedding coordinator, but if they don't budge, I need to have a backup plan! I just hope it's not too late....
I contacted Jellyfish Thursday evening via email about their availability on my wedding day and they haven't got back to me yet. I read through the forum though and realize they are super busy. Just curious, how long did it take them to get back to you?
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