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Does anyone know how the payment for the guest passes work? Will the person have to pay the guest pass fee when they arrive for the wedding, or do they tack it on to your wedding bill with the resort? Thanks!

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once the guests that aren't staying at the resort arrive they check in at the front desk and pay for the pass, however, if the bride and groom are paying for the passes then its added on to their bill.

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Originally Posted by michellerod2009 View Post

 

once the guests that aren't staying at the resort arrive they check in at the front desk and pay for the pass, however, if the bride and groom are paying for the passes then its added on to their bill.

 Wow this is great news! My boss and his whole brood will be staying at another resort and I dont want to have to foot the bill for all them to come to MY wedding! Especially when HE makes $300k/yr!! LOL

 

 

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 Wow this is great news! My boss and his whole brood will be staying at another resort and I dont want to have to foot the bill for all them to come to MY wedding! Especially when HE makes $300k/yr!! LOL

 

 

 

Just keep in mind that Palace Resorts usually have a standard clause in their contracts saying that only a max of 20% of wedding guests can be offsite (even if you are willing to pay for everyone's day pass).

 

 

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Yeah, I read that clause written into my contract as well.  However, it seems just like everything else when it comes to Palace Resorts weddings, it is negotiable.  If you have 30 people coming to your wedding, only 6 of them are able to stay at another resort and purchase a day pass for the wedding.  Those are the rules anyway.  And I understand they want as many guests to say on property as possible.  And thats fine with me!  However, I find it very hard to believe, they are going to turn away the $100 per person for a wedding day pass for just about anyone and everyone that may want to come on the day of the wedding.  The 'rule' seems like an easy way to deter people from allowing thier guests to stay off property, however in the end, I would be willing to bet they will let in anyone who wants to pay $100 to see the wedding and enjoy the reception. 

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Agreed.

 

Originally Posted by mpweddingplan View Post

Yeah, I read that clause written into my contract as well.  However, it seems just like everything else when it comes to Palace Resorts weddings, it is negotiable.  If you have 30 people coming to your wedding, only 6 of them are able to stay at another resort and purchase a day pass for the wedding.  Those are the rules anyway.  And I understand they want as many guests to say on property as possible.  And thats fine with me!  However, I find it very hard to believe, they are going to turn away the $100 per person for a wedding day pass for just about anyone and everyone that may want to come on the day of the wedding.  The 'rule' seems like an easy way to deter people from allowing thier guests to stay off property, however in the end, I would be willing to bet they will let in anyone who wants to pay $100 to see the wedding and enjoy the reception. 



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