Post # 1
We just found out that one of our fabulous friends gave us a couples’ massage to enjoy during our Sandals Grand Antigua honeymoon. We honeymooned a month ago and they never told us about it! The funny thing is that my husband and I talked about the massages a few times during our stay there, but never got around to signing up for one. The spa ladies seem to be everywhere marketing their services, too. I wish they would have told us about this gift!
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
Did your friends book directly through the resort as a surprise gift? That sucks!! What if a different couple got your gift!! I would complain to the resort.. that’s basically wasted money your friends spent. :/
Post # 4
I’m not sure, my husband is taking the lead on this since it was from his friends. We are also going to talk to our travel agent who helped us book our trip to see what she can do for us. I would hope they would give our friends their money back, but we’ll find out.
Post # 6
That’s awful!! I would definitely complain…
Post # 7
If your friends booked directly with the resort I would contact the resort to find out what happened and get your friends’ money back. That sucks though. I am curious as to what happened to your massage gift.
Post # 8
Just thought I’d give a quick update. After being passed around to countless different people on the phone, my husband was told by the sales office that they tried to inform us numerous times but were unsuccessful. Which is shocking because we found out about the option to have a complimentary breakfast in bed when they left a note with the daily news letter on our desk. Oh and we went to the sales office to pick our menu. Why didn’t they tell us then. No note upon check in. No calls or notes left in our room the whole week. My hubby was told to send an e-mail with the purchase information. I’ll let you know if our friend gets reimbursed for her gift. Lesson learned, though. If you give a couple a surprise gift during their honeymoon, you might want to hint to them that something is coming so they can ask if they aren’t told about it.