The clubhouse at Polo Club is a great spot to host a party, just make sure you check in with the leasing office first.
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FSU apartments are a great place to invite some friends over for a chill day to lounge around the resort style pools or watch some movies in our apartment. But sometimes you want to go all out and throw an actual party. Whether the party is to celebrate your birthday, the end of exams, or maybe even your graduation from FSU, having a place to actually throw one can be quite beneficial. Luckily for you FSU clubhouses are a great place to throw a party, for almost any occasion.
The first thing you should do before throwing a party at the clubhouse in your FSU apartment is figuring out just how many guests you want to invite. Once you've come up with an initial list check your community's policy on the number of guests they allow for parties in the clubhouse. You may have to downsize your list, but you may also find that you can invite even more people than you initially had planned which can give some of your guests an opportunity to invite their significant others or close friends. You should also find out if your community requires a deposit for the clubhouse and how much that may be so you can be sure that you're okay with the price before moving forward in your planning of the party.
Once you've gotten those initial steps out of the way there are a few more things you should inquire about with your FSU apartment community. If they don't have a policy on the number of guests that you invite, you should check to make sure what the clubhouse's maximum occupancy is. Due to fire codes there will be a number in place even if your community is open to whatever number of guests you see fit for your party. You should also check to see if the clubhouse has any restricted hours before setting a set in stone date and time for your party. As well as checking for any specific rules the clubhouse may have because you might want to list big issues on the invitations.
Once you've got all the initial rules filling out you can venture onto actually reserving the clubhouse for your party! When you reserve the clubhouse chances are they will ask for a deposit; but if you followed these steps you should already know that! You will also more than likely have to sign an agreement for your party as well.
Once all of that is set in motion and the day of the party comes, just have fun! However, it is of the utmost importance that you clean up after yourself in your FSU apartment clubhouse. Don't leave trash lying around and don't wreck anything in the clubhouse. Be sure to thoroughly clean the clubhouse when the party is over.
Having a party in your FSU apartment can be fun and exciting. It just takes a little bit of patience and planning but you and your friends can have the time of your lives in your FSU apartment's clubhouse.