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ROYAL PLAYA DEL CARMEN BRIDES: were kids allowed for the day? ...and other questions

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Hi, if guests are not staying at one of the Real Resorts, then do you need to pay for guests to attend the ceremony and reception? Is this on top of the cost for their dinner and drinks?

Also, i would quite like a few of my friends to come up to my room whilst I am getting ready, would i have to pay for this?

Thanks
No, from what Kimberly sent me..it is free for everyone even though guests staying at another resort.

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My wedding is in 32 days! At the Royal! I can't wait. I will make sure to takes notes of everything. Thanks for being so much help ladies!
Good luck and HAVE FUN!! Please do come back and do a review for us!!

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Does anyone know where the MAC store is located in playa del carmen? I have read in past posts that there is a MAC in downtown playa but when I was there for the site tour. I didn't see it. Does anyone know if there really is a store there or have the address?

 

Thanks,

Adriana

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Hello -
I received this information today and thought I would share. It has some of the a la carte costs on it.

I hope you find it helpful.

For some reason, the forum will not let me open this document. Any ideas how I can open it? Says I do not have permisson :-(

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Hi, if guests are not staying at one of the Real Resorts, then do you need to pay for guests to attend the ceremony and reception? Is this on top of the cost for their dinner and drinks?

Also, i would quite like a few of my friends to come up to my room whilst I am getting ready, would i have to pay for this?

Thanks
Hi Scottishbride,

Yes unfortunetly their is a diffrent rate for non-resort guests depending on what package you use just for the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. If they want to come to the resort before any of those events begin than you do need to get them passes. That means also for letting them up to your room.

If you go to the wedding packages the non-resort guest pricing is listed by the way.

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Does anyone know where the MAC store is located in playa del carmen? I have read in past posts that there is a MAC in downtown playa but when I was there for the site tour. I didn't see it. Does anyone know if there really is a store there or have the address?

Thanks,
Adriana
Hi Adriana,

I was told it was just opening this fall. I am actually going this November. Let me know if you don't find out any of your answers till than and I can ask them for you. I am going to be going to check the MAC store out.

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Hello -
I received this information today and thought I would share. It has some of the a la carte costs on it.

I hope you find it helpful.
I also cannot open it because I do not have full access yet sad.gif did you get it from the WC?

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So I just checked out the a la carte pricing on the website and I have to say it is not what I thought it was sad.gif

 

 

I thought you could choose each and every option and I wanted to do a pricing comparison. Well you still have to choose one of the packages. Than you just get to pick diffrent upgrades which I already knew about.

 

The Ultimate comes with bride hair, make up, pedi and mani but I am not going to be using any of these. I am not going to be using the photography either. I wish there was a way to do an exchange for diffrent services instead of those

 

oh well

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