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#39959 05/29/01 09:29 AM
Joined: May 2001
Posts: 8
janda Offline OP
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my wife and i will be staying at the sunbreeze july 30-aug 5. we haven't seen
much about it on the board. We would love
to get some comments. We also love to play
beach vollyball and hope there will be some
more players there. Are there any resturants
that require nice clothes.
J and A

#39960 05/29/01 09:46 AM
Joined: Oct 2000
Posts: 360
A good game of bvb is at the Caribe island resort around 5 daily. It seems that the locals show up then to play and share the happy hour. {does it start at 4 or 5?] The resort is 3 mi south of town near the Victoria house. A friendly place and while not spectacular, has a nice feel to it.
At a few places on the island, like the Victoria House, if you're like me, you might want to wear long pants, and a collared shirt, and the wife can dress up. Although last time I went I only wore pants for midnight mass on NY eve[don't take that last sentence literally:^]]. There is no required dress code, At the pricier restuarants, IMAHO, you may want to put on clean underwear. and your best Tee shirt.

#39961 05/29/01 10:08 AM
Joined: Apr 2000
Posts: 498
Hi J and A,

Welcome to the board. The best way to find data on any subject here is to use the search function located at the top right section of this page. By typing in "Sunbreeze", it was possible to come up with 115 messages to do with the Sunbreeze Beach Hotel. Most comments ranged from excellent to great.

Dress code is non-existent. Save luggage space and take only informal togs. Shorts, tee-shirts, loose fitting and light tops, etc. The dress code (if you could call it that) of Isla Bonita is, "No shirt, No shoes, No Problem". Hope this helps.

Have fun,


#39962 05/30/01 09:08 PM
Joined: Jan 2001
Posts: 18
Hey - great choice for hotel. We've been three times and stayed at Ramon's Village, Caribe Island Resort and Sunbreeze. Our favorite by far is the Sunbreeze. Close to town, polite staff, great clean rooms. I think you'll be pleased. Have fun.

#39963 05/30/01 09:27 PM
Joined: May 2001
Posts: 8
janda Offline OP
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Thanks for the info,I was hoping someone
that has been there would respond. Did
you dive while you were there? If so
how was the staff? We have at least 6
dives planed and can't wait to get there.

Thanks again.

J and A

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