Jump to content

Photo

Married or going to be married at Grand Palladium Punta Cana?


  • Please log in to reply
2856 replies to this topic

#2441 richarsd

richarsd
  • Jr. Member
  • 331 posts

    Posted 25 February 2011 - 06:23 AM

    Yes, granted I haven't been there, but from what I remember my TA explaining, the newer section of the Royal Suites is the part farther from the beach and pool...someone else may want to correct this if I'm wrong! But that is my understanding.....

     

    Hemingways is in the Bavaro section somewhere but not posted on the maps.



    #2442 kitty25967

    kitty25967
    • Jr. Member
    • 320 posts

      Posted 25 February 2011 - 07:53 AM


      So the "newer rooms" are that back seciton bldgs 56, 57, 55, & 58?
       

      Originally Posted by Chule0307 


      Hey Kitty25967,

       

      I stayed in this same exact room last year and I was in bldg 5. My room # was 5617 ;)
       


       




      #2443 Chule0307

      Chule0307
      • Newbie
      • 34 posts

        Posted 25 February 2011 - 11:34 AM

        The newer rooms are in Bldg's 5 & 6.

         

        Originally Posted by kitty25967 


        So the "newer rooms" are that back seciton bldgs 56, 57, 55, & 58?
         


         




        #2444 kitty25967

        kitty25967
        • Jr. Member
        • 320 posts

          Posted 25 February 2011 - 12:04 PM



          so on the map "55" and "56" ?  I have seen pics of swim up suites that look the above as well but on the map it doesn't look like there are any pools at 55 & 56.... soooo confusing sorry

          The newer rooms are in Bldg's 5 & 6.

           


           



          #2445 richarsd

          richarsd
          • Jr. Member
          • 331 posts

            Posted 26 February 2011 - 07:30 AM

            Kitty, I did some research for you (once again, Google is a gem). The new section is the part farther from the beach. Here's the link: http://debsdrtravels...lay&thread=8723



            #2446 roxy1122

            roxy1122
            • Site Supporter
            • 137 posts

              Posted 26 February 2011 - 10:19 AM

              Hi ladies, I found this to-do list from user: Becks

               

              She is Rebecca from Allurements, she started designing wedding invitations after she worked on her own destination wedding :) This list is amazing because you enter your wedding date and the items change color as you get closer to your due date. Also, when you enter your due date, the list auto populates with all the items to be done with their due date.

               

               

              Attached Files



              #2447 jerzshortstuff

              jerzshortstuff
              • Jr. Member
              • 303 posts

                Posted 26 February 2011 - 11:39 AM

                So... I wonder if you have less people coming, if Carolina will let you change your ceremony time. We are having a low key wedding, just us and our parents, and are doing the symbolic ceremony, no photographer. Our ceremony time is scheduled for 2pm, but I'm thinking were not going to have anything to do for 3-4 hours until dinner lol. I wonder if she will let us be the last ones married for the day since were a small group. How many weddings do they have per day? And if were scheduled for 2pm, any suggestions on what to do for 3-4 hours until dinner?



                #2448 richarsd

                richarsd
                • Jr. Member
                • 331 posts

                  Posted 26 February 2011 - 02:47 PM

                  Whether or not she would change it depends on the other weddings that day. I think they don't do more than 2. But if both weddings are in the same place (ex: gazebo) then she'd need time to set up/take down decor and whatnot. Also, if there is another wedding and it's a legal wedding, it takes precedence over a symbolic wedding because it's based on the judge's schedule, which is not very flexible....so if there was a legal wedding at say 4 pm, then there's no way you'd be able to switch the wedding time with the other bride.

                   

                  Our wedding is also at 2 pm (we're doing a legal ceremony so due to the judge's schedule, we had no choice about this :P). But since our group is fairly large, we're gonna spend about an hour having cake and cocktails at the gazebo then off to do pics. Then I'm either gonna head back to my room for a siesta before dinner (haha, ya gotta know me to appreciate this!) or just chill out with everyone at a bar somewhere.
                   

                  Originally Posted by jerzshortstuff 

                  So... I wonder if you have less people coming, if Carolina will let you change your ceremony time. We are having a low key wedding, just us and our parents, and are doing the symbolic ceremony, no photographer. Our ceremony time is scheduled for 2pm, but I'm thinking were not going to have anything to do for 3-4 hours until dinner lol. I wonder if she will let us be the last ones married for the day since were a small group. How many weddings do they have per day? And if were scheduled for 2pm, any suggestions on what to do for 3-4 hours until dinner?





                  #2449 jerzshortstuff

                  jerzshortstuff
                  • Jr. Member
                  • 303 posts

                    Posted 26 February 2011 - 07:03 PM


                    Thanks! Yea I guess I never thought about the set-up and all. Guess I will have to wait, cross my fingers, and see what happens!

                    Originally Posted by richarsd 

                    Whether or not she would change it depends on the other weddings that day. I think they don't do more than 2. But if both weddings are in the same place (ex: gazebo) then she'd need time to set up/take down decor and whatnot. Also, if there is another wedding and it's a legal wedding, it takes precedence over a symbolic wedding because it's based on the judge's schedule, which is not very flexible....so if there was a legal wedding at say 4 pm, then there's no way you'd be able to switch the wedding time with the other bride.

                     

                    Our wedding is also at 2 pm (we're doing a legal ceremony so due to the judge's schedule, we had no choice about this :P). But since our group is fairly large, we're gonna spend about an hour having cake and cocktails at the gazebo then off to do pics. Then I'm either gonna head back to my room for a siesta before dinner (haha, ya gotta know me to appreciate this!) or just chill out with everyone at a bar somewhere.
                     


                     




                    #2450 kitty25967

                    kitty25967
                    • Jr. Member
                    • 320 posts

                      Posted 28 February 2011 - 02:19 PM



                      Thanks!

                      Originally Posted by richarsd 

                      Kitty, I did some research for you (once again, Google is a gem). The new section is the part farther from the beach. Here's the link: http://debsdrtravels...lay&thread=8723



                       






                      0 user(s) are reading this topic

                      0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users