My husband and I will be going to Couples Negril June 30th to July 7th. I have been to CSA but never to CN. I was wondering how men dress for the Repeaters Dinner? Is it slacks for men for that dinner? I understand the dress code for all the restaurants but wasn't sure about te Repeaters Dinner.
Our flight doesn't get in until around 7:00 p.m. Anyone else ever get there this late and had any problems getting into room right away? Also, will the bus still stop for a break this late? We enjoyed stopping last time and buying a drink for the rest of the ride. We prefer early flights but my husband's work schedule is too crazy and this is the best we could do. We booked the Beachfront View, do you get very good views with this type of room. Would have liked a suite but they were all booked.
I am so looking forward to this trip and seeing CN. We have been so busy with work this year that I can't wait to be away from computers for a whole week and relax at the beach. We are laid back beach people, don't usually go for the pools although it looks like CN has a nice pool.
The dress code is the same, slacks and a shirt or polo. The resort will have your room ready. I don't think they will stop cause it's not a long drive. When i stayed last year at CN we had a beachfront view and i was disappointing cause the lay out of the building are side ways. To see the ocean i had to step out of the room and look to my right. I won't do this again. The best place for beachfront was in CSA. I loved it there. The beach is nice and CN property is not that big, easy to get around.
We will be at CN the same time as you. You are going to love it since you like the laid back beach atmosphere. I spend most of the day at the beach and hit the pool in late afternoon. The repeaters dinner is my favorite thing to do. Yes, men need to wear long pants for just that dinner. The beachfront room is nice but do not expect a direct view of the beach. If this will tell you how much we love the place, we are returning for trip #7. You will be so relaxed and happy when you leave.