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#1 LaurenMarie

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    Posted 24 October 2010 - 05:00 PM

    Hello!  My fiance and I are thinking about doing the Private Candlelight dinner on our last night at the resort.  Did anyone have the private candlelight dinner while they were there?  If so, did you feel that it was worth the cost?  And can I book it when we arrive, or would it need to be booked far in advance?

     

    Thanks!

    Lauren



    #2 barefootidos

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      Posted 26 October 2010 - 08:33 AM

      I want to do that too the nite of our wedding.  Didn't realize it was an additional fee (but I should have known)... Is it crazy expensive?


      We say "I do" in Turks & Caicos 7.29.11

      #3 LaurenMarie

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        Posted 26 October 2010 - 03:14 PM

        In the information my TA gave to me, it says it's "from" $170, which isn't too expensive, considering how much we're already going to spend on our stay!   :-)



        #4 kelly1214

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          Posted 28 October 2010 - 04:38 PM

          My husband's father paid for us to have a candlelight dinner on the beach our last night.  It was nice.  I don't know if I would've spend $170 on it but we had a private waiter that arrived at our room and escorted us to the beach.  You pick the meal you want before hand and they bring everything out to you.  There were about 8 or 9 tables set up on the beach about 50 yards apart so it was kind of cool looking down the beach at the other couples having dinner becaue all you could see was the torches flickering in the dark.

           

          The website says a "Honeymoon dinner for bride and groom" is included in the BB package.

          http://www.beaches.c...moons/weddings/ 

           

          Lauren- I know you're getting married at 11am.  You could do lunch with your family and the "honeymood dinner for bride and groom" at night.  I'm not really sure how that works.  We just did dinner with our families after our 4 pm wedding.



          #5 hockeymom97

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            Posted 02 November 2010 - 01:25 PM



            Originally Posted by kelly1214 

             

            The website says a "Honeymoon dinner for bride and groom" is included in the BB package.

            http://www.beaches.c...moons/weddings/ 

             

             

            I wonder what this means really since they want to charge extra for the "private dinner on the beach", and a regular dinner would just be considered part of the all inclusive???


            Heather & Eric ~ May 5th, 2011 ~ Beaches Turks & Caicos




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