Sandals-Lively and fun??

Mar 3rd, 2000, 05:01 AM
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Wendy
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Sandals-Lively and fun??

I am going on my honeymoon to Sandals in Sept...I have changed my mind 8 times....I am looking for any insight on which location is the youngest and most lively. My fiance and I are 28 and love to have a good time(party). I orginally wanted Bahamian but switched to Montego Bay because I heard it was more lively and everyone didn't go to sleep at 9...I would like some recommendations on which location to go to....I heard Dunns River is exciting... Plus, keep in mind I don't mind airplanes so that will not detour me from MoBay....Please help!!!!
 
Mar 3rd, 2000, 01:00 PM
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Kim
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Just returned from Sandals Royal Bahamian, and it not because everybody goes to bed at 9:00, its everybody at the resort goes to Nassau to party!!! And they know how to party!!! There are a lot of bars and dance clubs and other things to see and do
outside of the resort. we left the resort quite a few nights to see other parts of the island. The resort has entertainment every night but not to many people stay to see it which is kind of sad. I loved the resort and plan to return there again. We have been to a few sandals, Negril, Dunns River, MBay,
Royal Jamacian. Sandals Negril & Royal Bahamian are my favorite!
 
Mar 5th, 2000, 06:51 AM
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If you want fun, your original decision to go to Sandals Mo' Bay was a good one. I went with my boyfriend last year. We were 24. It was a young crowd, there was plenty to do and we'd go back in a heartbeat. We saw some great weddings and met a lot of young honeymooners. We also took an afternoon to visit the neighboring Sandals Inn and Royal Jamaican. Neither is for the young and active party-person. Mo'Bay has the best beach, beautiful landscaping, and lively guests. The good news: it's close to the airport. No need for a 2-hr bus ride to the opposite end of the island. The bad news: it's close to the airport. It gets a little noisy during peak times for planes to take off.
 

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