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

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Originally Posted by orbitingbklyn View Post
thanks for the info! i was wondering the same thing.

i was thinking of doing a welcome party at the lobby bar at the royal but some of my guests will be at the Gran Porto. i thought maybe the few would not be noticed at the Royal in the lobby but maybe they are super strict. any experience with this ladies?

all of the photos that everyone posted are gorgeous!!! congrats to all!!
The thing is Royal guests' bracelets are transparent with golden prints..and Gran Porto Real guests' bracelets are vivid yellow. Thus they are very visible, and the security guards would ask them to leave (even if they pass the bell boys)

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Originally Posted by Augustbride2011 View Post
Jesmcan, sory for calling you Jill before.

Anyway, can i ask what make you choose the Royal over the Playacar Palace?
Oh don't worry its not problem :)

The convenience of being down town. For us is was all about location, location, location :)

Like I said we have a lot of events that we have planned on 5th. We also have a pretty young group. We have a lot of late twenties early thirties and know people are going to want to go out at night.

Also we fell in love with Kool Beach Club where we are having our reception. It is just a short walk over from the Royal and we are going to have a mariachi band walk over with us.

It offered us peace of mind that our guests could walk around and not have to worry about cabs or transportation.

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Thanks ladies!

 

I agree...I picked The Royal because of the location and it had a sister resort that catered to families. The only negative thing about it is that the beach is public. The pros overweighted that con.

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Thanks ladies!

I agree...I picked The Royal because of the location and it had a sister resort that catered to families. The only negative thing about it is that the beach is public. The pros overweighted that con.
I agree, the only con that I can think of as well is the beach. Not as private and scenic as the more secluded resorts. But at the more secluded resorts you are pretty much stuck there. We never drank/ate in town but we enjoyed walking into town everynight after dinner! It's a fun little town! And also during the day to get a break from the pool/beach we would go to all the little stores on 5th. You can't do that at any of the resorts that are along the main road/highway.

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Originally Posted by ChicagoBride2011 View Post
Does Kool Beach Club have a website? I've looked a few times and can't seem to find one. I want to email them for pricing to see how much a welcome dinner would cost.

Thanks ladies!
Here is there website KOOL - Restaurant bar by playa tukan you can see the royal right in the picture that is how close it is

here is their e-mail eventos@koolbeachclub.com.mx
Lilliana is the wc there

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Originally Posted by prettypigpig View Post
The pics are amazing! Now...you made me really want to get TTD in a cenote, except
1) Like a vampire squid, I rely on my bonus.
2) I wear contact lenses..so I am a bit afraid of losing them in the water
3) I dive and snorkel..but I can't swim (it is a psychological thing, because I could swim very far without knowing and almost got drowned as soon as I "realize" that my feet can't touch the ground so many times in the past)!!!
OMG I am the same way! With the contacts and the swimming lol.

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I heard back from corporate. My MX WC will be Angie Silva. Has anyone heard of/worked with her?
Poop, I still haven't heard from mine :-(. I even sent an email to the resort site.

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