Hi, I was wondering how the dinner reservation thing works. We are going to be down for 7 nights, so I know we get 3 reservations. However, there is a group of 8 of us going. Does that mean, 3 nights I can book a reservation for 8, then another couple we are with book another 3 nights of reservations for 8, and another couple book 1 night, covering all 7 nights (not that we are going to do that, just thinking if we wanted to have more than 3 dinners at the restaurants)
As long as your in different rooms you can book the limit for what you are allowed the reservation desk is in the lobby by check in desk
You only get three reservations! Butttt...whenyour three reservations are done you can book again if availability is there. I did that and we did Japanese twice because the children like that. So if you book all three on the first three days you are there you could eat at the restaurants again. You might have to take late hour bookings, but they were available! You also can not not book till after 10AM on day of. That gives the first timers a chance to make their reservation. Truthfully the buffet was VERY good!
Actually, if I remember correctly, this is one of a few places where you can have more then just 3 reservations.
The number of reservations is on a per room basis. 1 room for a 1 week reservation provides that room with 3 restaurant reservations. So if your group has reserved 4 rooms then each room can get 3 restaurant reservations. This means that as a group of 8 you would all dine together 3 times during your stay. If you have special requirements, speak with management when you arrive. Also, don't under estimate the buffet. The service and quality is excellent.
When you arrive, you will be assigned a concierge that will sit you down and explain everything as well as help you book your reservations and go over the different options, they sometimes change which restaurants are open throughout the year, so its best to figure this out when you arrive. I typically don't like Hibachi/Japanese at all inclusive resorts, but this particular one had food that was actually very tasty and delicious
Everyone in your group gets 3 reservations, meaning they can only cost the specialty restaurants a total of three times. You can go to dinner together all three nights or you can split up, meaning 5 can go to one restaurant one night and the other 3 to another. In the event someone doesn't like the type of food a particular restaurant is serving. But as a group you only get 3 reservations total. The buffet area. Main eating area has pretty good food, no reservation is needed there. It's open seating. We actually preferred the food there over the specialty restaurants. You may feel differently. Try them and see. Enjoy!
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