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(@PegasusStar)
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Hey guys,
Getting married May 2009 at Magens Bay, using Angela from Paradise Bridal Consultants.

My ? is, does anyone know of any villas that will let me rent them just to do the wedding reception at? We want a place where we can have a sit down dinner with drinks and dancing afterwards.

We have looked into some restaurants, but we want to have a place with outside, poolside or open air dancing after dinner...does anyone know of a place like this besides Iggies at Bolongo Bay?

We are staying at the RItz, which is a minimum of $5,000...we are only having 15-20 people, so we thought this was a bit pricy.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 5:09 am
(@ronusvi)
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Isn't that what Angela is for? Maybe she has done some before. I know they use Bellavista B & B lots of times for weddings if she doesn't know.

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 6:44 am
(@sherri)
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Ron,
Bella Vista would not have enough room for them, but you are right, the wedding company should handle this for them!

PegasusStar,
I highly doubt you can rent a villa for a day, BUT you can try! Contact McLaughln Anderson and talk to one of their agents. The house I would suggest would be Balagio Estate. I believe that owner might work out something with you with any luck. There is a villa much closer to where you are staying.... Blue Serenity. Again, doubtful, but worth a try.

Outside of that, you could try Villa Brotanica or Brotanical Gardens. Both of which rent the grounds for functions. Hope this helps.

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 7:48 am
 TomB
(@tomb)
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Ron or Sherri

Are there any large CATs that do that kinda of thing?

Something like DayDreamer may not be large enough but along those lines
Definitely open air and room for dancing - one would have to settlle for the Sea vice a pool

In fact does not the Ritz have a very large CAT

Have a catered dinner on one of the beach at one of the islands off Meagan taken there on the CAT
Cocktails on the way
then dinner on the beach
back on the boat for dancing and celebration

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 9:02 am
(@PegasusStar)
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Thanks for your ideas, Ill look into some of the villas mentioned...the CAT isnt a bad idea either.!!!!

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 9:29 am
(@tmanvi)
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I have a potential great idea for you if you want to pm me !

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 2:03 pm
(@connie)
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Oceancliff can certainly handle that amount of people and it's gorgeous. I guess you would just have to check to see if it's rented.

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 2:46 pm
(@Angela St Hilaire)
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Try McLaughlin Anderson Luxury Villas
www.mclaughlinanderson.com

The professional staff in reservations
Bonnie Todman
Joan Barriero
Annette Suchy

 
Posted : May 21, 2008 6:34 pm
(@villafish)
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Not sure if Norbu is completed yet, but this was their basic idea. It is a reception only location. norbuevents.com

 
Posted : May 23, 2008 11:49 am
(@future-islander)
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First, congratulations!

For your reception try calling the Agave Restaurant at the Point Pleasant Resort (340) 775-7200. The food & drink is great.....the view...incredible!

F.I.

 
Posted : May 23, 2008 1:33 pm
(@mathayom)
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Norbu is located at Peterborg, which is right next to Magen's Bay.

I think they are now taking bookings. Construction is to be complete by the end of summer.

 
Posted : June 6, 2008 10:52 am
(@bridesmom)
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Can you tell me more about Norbu events. I looked on their website and don't understand. Is it a villa? How many people can they accomodate and what is the price? thank you for any help.

 
Posted : June 7, 2008 9:33 pm
(@rkurpiers)
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Look no further than http://www.islands.vi/~shawn/vb/index.htm

Tell Jackie I say, "Hi".

Richard N. Kurpiers

 
Posted : June 8, 2008 9:16 am

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