Discussion in 'Temptation Cancun' started by R&LfrmPA, Sep 12, 2008.
Bring back "Anything goes" ....and ban cameras.
We had all intentions of going to anything goes last visit...damn bar got in the way and we didn't make it. I agree "Ban the cameras"
Just my thoughts!
Already posted this but looking for many opinions:
Here's a thought - looking for comments:
Based upon what I've read the dress code seems to be enforced for men as far as long pants in the restaurants. I'm assuming that applies to lunch too, so I have to go change for lunch? :roll:
From the Temptations website:
The above 4 restaurants are air-conditioned.
Dress code: no shorts, no t-shirts, no jeans and no sandals
So if the dress code is enforced for the restaurants, why does it seem that the dress code is NOT enforced for the PJs and lingerie Casino night? Again, from the website:
Thursday “Pj’s & lingerie Casino” (Dress code: Pj’s & lingerie) Play just for fun at the casino wearing the sexiest lingerie and favorite pajama!
Isn't a "DRESS CODE", a dress code and shouldn't they all be enforced if one is to be enforced? :lol: This would certainly get rid of the people who don't choose to participate and are being a little voyeuristic (I realize that this doesn't necessarily apply to everyone who isn't "dressed").
Just curious as to what everyone else thinks. Interested in reading all replies. How would someone go about letting the resort know what we all think about this?
You don't have to change for lunch. Just no "wet" swimsuits or bare chests for either sexes. Also some sort of foot wear is requested.
Men usually throw on a T-shirt and women some sort of cover up. Slide on some flip flops and ou're good to go.
As for the games or night time entertainment, you wouldn't believe the amoung of shit the staff goes through from guests. I remeber once a guy that demanded to see the GM at 9 PM because he couldn't get into the Chippendale's presentation. Guest can be such jerks that the hotel doesn't feel like paying hazzard pay to their staff to try and get them to play by the rules.
I know you say that's what security is for. And if they did that then you would be saying it such a drag that security is everywhere you go. Don't say no, read post from 2 years ago.
So the resort is sort of damned if you do and damned if you don't. In those types of situations you know people always choose the path of least resistance. If you're going to be damned then why expend a lot of engery to get that way.
So blame you fellow guests for screwing it up rather than the hotel.
Well said...we have seen some pretty amazing crap from guests towards staff. I think that is partially what happened to Anything Goes. The guests just couldn't be pleased and complained when they weren't allowed to stay and not participate and the ones that participate complained when they let non participants stay so the final result was to cancel it....again the path of least resistance but it ended a really fun game!!!
I put "bring back anything goes" on the evaluation form when we checked out. hcube
OK, being a first-timer soon I have no idea of what "Anything Goes" was. Can anyone clarify a bit - anything goes could be pretty broad - some examples perhaps that can be written here without censorship, LOL!
Seasons Greetings to all!
to answer your question....the more see through...the better. My wife wore Everything see through on lingerie night and I wore...well....a Crown royal bag and that was it.....great? yes....pretty? probably not. but everyone got a kick out of it and we got a free night to Daddy O's so it was worth it. wear whatever becasue remember....no one know you and no one gives a sh*t!
I remember that crown royal bag. That still comes up when we talk about our trip.