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Dreams vs. non-inclusive sight

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#11 tlomlad

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    Posted 20 February 2008 - 03:00 PM

    my FI and i just feel in love with Dreams through their website and the fact that it is an all inclusive... once we did our site visit we were reassured that we made the right descion...

    we are both in the service industry and knew that an all inclusive was the way to go becuase you wouldnt be paying for 3 meals, drinks, service (tips), transportation etc. In my opionion all inclusive is the way to go

    #12 lucy106

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      Posted 20 February 2008 - 03:04 PM

      We were showed Dreams Cancun by a TA. We wanted an AI for sure and once we saw the wedding gazebo we fell madly in love with it.

      #13 Ana


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      Posted 20 February 2008 - 11:38 PM

      From most of the research that I did prior to picking Dreams Cabo it seems that they have some of the best prices. Especially if you want to have a private reception outdoors on a patio. We looked at both AI and European Plan resorts but its just really expensive to not have your meals and drinks included. Plus, its easier for your guests if they have a set price to work with.

      #14 twixygrl

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        Posted 23 February 2008 - 07:47 PM

        I think it def depends on what you are looking for and what you and your guests can afford. I was very hesitant to get married at an AI because I had never done it before...now I am thrilled about it. I am getting married at Dreams in Nov. and for us and our guests it was the only way to go.

        When we did our initial site visit I had already narrowed it down to three locations in Cabo...Hilton, Cabo Surf and Dreams. We stayed at the Hilton which was our first choice. We visited the Cabo Surf and we were able to get free day passes from the WC at Dreams to visit the resort and eat and drink for a day. I really thought I wanted the Hilton until I visited and realized that the best fit would be an all inclusive, no matter how classy, beautiful and elegant the Hilton was. We chose Dreams for several reasons 1) The wedding is a quarter of the price for us as the Hilton would have been, 2) It is WAY cheaper for our guests as well when you consider the price of food and drink at the Hilton, 3) our guests are big drinkers and 4) we wanted to have a non-stop party and I think Dreams is much better suited for that. As a group we would have been the loud annoying group at the Hilton pool.

        Anyhow, there are lots of considerations and it really does depend on what you are looking for.

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