Jordane Delahaye, Gleaner Writer
The inconspicuous entrance at the Caymanas Golf and Country Club never seems to be a problem for party-goers, they find it - no problem.
The same was true for Renaissance's All-White party, which took advantage of the larger space afforded it.
Monday night marked the first time that Renaissance hosted its Christmas event at the venue, making the move from the Palisadoes Go-Kart Track, which offered a smaller area for patrons.
Renaissance made its VIPs special from the get-go, as they were allowed to park in a reserved area with a more convenient trek to the venue.
There was a slightly longer walk for general admission ticketholders.
Though the walk from the parking area to the party was not long, some women (heels an important part of any get-up) could be heard complaining while walking on the unpaved road.
Once they got to the entrance of the event though, they were in for another treat.
After making the journey to the entrance in their heels, everybody had to enter a tunnel of swirling light - a fun concept, but the dizzying effect it had on some was not pleasant. This was so particularly among the women.
As expected, upon entering the venue, patrons were surrounded by an army of white-clad party lovers in a white oasis.
The decor was first class and in keeping with the all-white theme.
Though not everyone adhered to the all-white dress code - some even donning full black or no white at - all were dressed to impress and added to the beauty of the venue.
The big open spaces at the Caymanas Polo Club afforded the Renaissance team the opportunity to create an all-white wonderland.
Inside, patrons were provided with various booths with a range of offerings - from delicious cuisine to premium liquor in luxurious cabanas.
The event had all the makings of a great party but for some reason, it dragged on sluggishly for quite some time.
The party didn't pick up until the wee hours of the morning when many patrons had already left. Those who did stay were in for a romping good time.