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#1 jsamaras1

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    Posted 18 January 2013 - 01:17 PM

    Is it possible to have the wedding at Iberostar Rose Hall Suites if all (or most) of guests will be staying at the Beach? Would we have to stay at the Suites as well? Or can we stay at the Beach but have the wedding at the Suites? Thanks!!



    #2 jsamaras1

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      Posted 18 January 2013 - 01:18 PM

      Also - would we have to pay guest passes even though the Beach is a sister property?



      #3 Kassi22

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        Posted 18 January 2013 - 01:31 PM

        Originally Posted by jsamaras1 

        Also - would we have to pay guest passes even though the Beach is a sister property?


        As far as I know you need to have a large % of your guest staying at your hotel to have the wedding there. Though, I don't know if that means Iberostar.. or the actual hotel

         

        If most people where at the suites, and some at the beach, this is ok for sure.. but the beach guest need to pay a fee. I also no that you can stay at the Grand of Suites and get married at beach, I don't know if you can upgrade it though.

         

        In the brochure I have it says

         

        "Special Wedding Pass for Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Quest"  $30.00US

         

        It is a sister property, but its cheaper so you need to pay the difference I suppose.

         

        If most people where at the Beach, I would just get married at the beach. The wedding part I hear is great on all resorts.






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