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I guess it depends which beach you're talking about, one of the beaches is rather large, the ones on the tower side are smaller, but you really wouldn't want to swim over there anyway. Most people hang out at the pool, so the beach is never crowded.

I think the beaches there were beautiful and dreams is a smaller resort, so there really isn't a need for miles of beach.
Jilly,

Were the beaches in the area you went for your honeymoon affected?

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Wow! I keep hearing Dreams, Dreams, Dreams! It must be quite the wedding factory.
Not anymore than excellence is.

There are a lot of dreams brides on this forum, since it was started by a dreams cabo bride, so it's not that dreams is a wedding "factory", it's that they do a really great job with their weddings, that's why all of us chose them. For the most part dreams just does one wedding per day.

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Jilly,

Were the beaches in the area you went for your honeymoon affected?
Yes, we went to EL Dorado Royale for our honeymoon, I'm sure you've probably seen pictures of the huge sandbags, but there is still a beach, it's just not as pretty to look at.

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Not anymore than excellence is.

There are a lot of dreams brides on this forum, since it was started by a dreams cabo bride, so it's not that dreams is a wedding "factory", it's that they do a really great job with their weddings, that's why all of us chose them. For the most part dreams just does one wedding per day.
I can respect that. Since we're on the "dreams" subject though, how many of those brides do you think take the overall quality of the resort into consideration?

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Wow! I keep hearing Dreams, Dreams, Dreams! It must be quite the wedding factory.
Dreams is a beautiful place no doubt about it.. there's many other nice places out there

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I can respect that. Since we're on the "dreams" subject though, how many of those brides do you think take the overall quality of the resort into consideration?


There are lots of beautiful resorts in many different areas. I didn't choose to get married at dreams because it was "the" place to have a wedding, there were lots of reasons why I chose it, as I'm sure there are lots of reasons why you chose your resort. Do you have an issue with the "quality" of dreams? Have you been there? If you haven't been there then I don't think it's fair for you to pass judgement and criticize people that have been there and were very happy with it.

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There are lots of beautiful resorts in many different areas. I didn't choose to get married at dreams because it was "the" place to have a wedding, there were lots of reasons why I chose it, as I'm sure there are lots of reasons why you chose your resort. Do you have an issue with the "quality" of dreams? Have you been there? If you haven't been there then I don't think it's fair for you to pass judgement and criticize people that have been there and were very happy with it.
Trust me, I'm not criticizing anybody for choosing their resorts. I made a comment based on what I've seen but as soon as someone else points out that I'm wrong, I'm open to what they have to say, much like the beach comment. I never claimed that I knew everything about anything. But anyway, I've seen some recent photos of Dreams rooms and they didn't look very promising. If someone else comes forward with different photos, then I'm open to changing my opinion. Again though, not criticizing, just asking a few questions.

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Wow! I keep hearing Dreams, Dreams, Dreams! It must be quite the wedding factory.
regarding dreams: they are good at what they do so people go to them.

you have offended a few people by your remarks and i can understand that things can be misread on the web but you may want to re-read some of your comments before you post them.

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regarding dreams: they are good at what they do so people go to them.

you have offended a few people by your remarks and i can understand that things can be misread on the web but you may want to re-read some of your comments before you post them.
If I offended anyone then I'm sorry but I don't feel like I came right out and said "dreams sucks", because I honestly don't feel that way. I've just been objective about them, given what I've seen. I guess I was in the wrong to suggest that Dreams could be a "wedding factory", I've just seen so many people on here suggest or talk about them. So yeah, they must be doing something right if some many people are flocking to them. Anyway, moving on.....

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Since we're on the "dreams" subject though, how many of those brides do you think take the overall quality of the resort into consideration?
Have you actually seen, in person, the rooms at dreams? A few pictures on the net doesn't give a full representation of the resort and their "quality". As the others stated, we have many dreams brides on this forum and off hand I can't think of anyone that complained about the "quality" of the resort. In fact many return to Dreams for a vacation after their wedding, so IMO it can't be that bad.

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