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Okay so my fiance wants to know the following...can anyone help answer? I guess he read something somewhere and he wants validation. I'm so glad this is all he has to worry about! :)

 

1. Is there hard liquor in the mini bar/room or just beer?

 

2. What type of beer is available? Wide Variety or just like corona & Pacifica?

 

3. Did you receive champagne upon arrival and was there a bottle waiting for you in your room?

 

Thanks!

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Okay so my fiance wants to know the following...can anyone help answer? I guess he read something somewhere and he wants validation. I'm so glad this is all he has to worry about! :)

 

1. Is there hard liquor in the mini bar/room or just beer? I'm pretty sure it's just beer that's in the mini bar.

 

2. What type of beer is available? Wide Variety or just like corona & Pacifica? Only those two. But my mom read on tripadvisor that if you have a brand of preference they'll try to accomodate.

 

3. Did you receive champagne upon arrival and was there a bottle waiting for you in your room? There was champagne in our room for our site visit as well as at check in. I'm not so sure your guests will have a bottle in their room though if that's what you're thinking.

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the dreams tulum just had beer soda and water in the fridge...

they have a bit of variety. i just cant remember what kinds...

 

the riu in the dominican had an actual bar set up in the wall. makes me wish i drank haha.

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i can speak for pv only, but it should be similar.

1) only beer

2) coronitas in minibar, a few different kinds at the bar. i think bottles of corona and pacifica, but something else on tap.

3) we received champagne upon arrival, but the bottle was put in our room the night of our wedding.

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Modelo Light and dark were on tap at the bars

 

Corona (mini bottles), water/juice/soda in the mini fridge

 

We received a bottle of champagne on our wedding night and a fruit bowl at checkin. I believe we also had a bottle in our fridge when we checked in.

 

I was on a champagne kick during my stay.. they also serve it at the bars and keep it sparkling with a tap on the bottles.

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Originally Posted by cheese_diva View Post
Modelo Light and dark were on tap at the bars

Corona (mini bottles), water/juice/soda in the mini fridge

We received a bottle of champagne on our wedding night and a fruit bowl at checkin. I believe we also had a bottle in our fridge when we checked in.

I was on a champagne kick during my stay.. they also serve it at the bars and keep it sparkling with a tap on the bottles.
Thanks!!! I will pass it on. :)

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just to add a little. The size of the beers in the fridge at Dreams Cabo are much smaller than normal. Hmm maybe like a 8 or 10 ounce as opposed to the normal 12 ounce bottle. Honestly and this is going to sound horible but I'm a pretty big drinker (please dont get me wrong I'm not sloushed all the time) but I drink a couple every weeknight and more than enough on the weekends. If there was anyone that would be upset at the quantity of beer in their room it would be me. BUT at Dreams there is so much to drink so often that by the time you are in your room the few beers in the fridge are just fine. And if you call room service and order dinner they will bring you more beer if you ask. Also if you tip the housekeepers well they always keep you fridge stocked with a few cold ones. Hope that helped.

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the little ones are called coronitas - they actually say that on the bottle - i thought it was so cute! if i could redo my message-in-a-bottle invites, i'd use coronitas to make them more festive.

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