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Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

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Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

Hey All,

Can anyone tell me if Flip Flops or Sandals are ok for Men at Dinner at the Grand or the Suites?

I know they have to wear long pants and collared shirts, but what about footwear? It doesn't say anywhere in the documents I have. All the place I have been to previous men couldn't wear sandals, but the fact its not written makes me second guess.

Cheers

K.

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1. Re: Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

They really want men to have closed toe shoes.

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2. Re: Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

But is it enforced?

I know from other resorts they literally won't let you in with any form of sandals on.

Flip flops I get, but what about nice leather dress sandals (that almost cover your whole foot)

Any thoughts on those?

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3. Re: Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

Oh, and thanks cebakes for the quick reply :)

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4. Re: Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

I dont know. We where there the end of Feb, and I wore Italian loafers. I would take an extra pair of shoes and see if you can wear the sandals.

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5. Re: Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

It's easier to pack for the worst case scenario...closed toe shoes, so that you are not disappointed. Enjoy your stay!!

6. Re: Flip Flops/Sandals at Dinner at Iberostar

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