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Hey all!

Quick question regarding the Sandals resorts in Negril- we will be attending a wedding at the Beaches resort next May, and are trying to determine if we can still apply credit to the couple getting married if we stay at Sandals, rather than Beaches or Beaches Sandy Bay? I know that they will have to pay an additional fee for any wedding guests who do not stay at Beaches or BSN, but can't get any clear answers on whether this also applies to Sandals or not.

Also, does anyone know if the all-inclusive rates will still apply to us if we spend time at Beaches/BSN as guests of Sandals?

Thanks for the help, happy travels to all!


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1. Re: Sandals/Beaches/BSN?

This sounds like a question for Irie Lady!

I can tell you that as a Sandals guest you can spend time at the Beaches resorts (just bring your resort ID), but Beaches guests can't go to Sandals without prior notification.

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2. Re: Sandals/Beaches/BSN?

Sorry, no credit will be applies if your not specifically at a Beaches

As far as additional fees attending, unfortunately the fee still applies but if it is presented to the wedding coordinator something can possibly be worked out for a reduced fee.

Yes as a Sandals guest you can go to Beaches but in regards to the wedding party everyone's accounted for

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