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Oh good, you're getting the honeymoon figured out! We are staying at the Pueblo Bonito Rose during the wedding. The hotel looks really nice, has a really nice spa on premises, has GREAT reviews on tripadvisor.com, all the rooms are suites with kitchenettes, and you are within walking distance to downtown Cabo. The only thing that may not be good for the honeymoon is that all rooms are double beds only. I believe that you can get the beds made into one big bed, but you may want to call the hotel to make sure. Also I believe the Blanco next door to the Rose is supposed to be a bit more quiet and intimate. But the room configurations are the same.

If you decide to stay at either one, definitely let's plan to meet up and say hello! We will be at the Rose Nov 1st through the 5th. I would love to meet you!!
Yes, I finally took honeymoon matters into my own hands. I'm too much of a control freak. wink.gif

Anyway, thanks for the tips Karla - very helpful. I think we're going to go ahead and book PB Rose. We leave Thursday, 11/02 - early afternoon. Maybe we CAN meet up. It would be nice to meet you too!

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Yes, I finally took honeymoon matters into my own hands. I'm too much of a control freak. wink.gif

Anyway, thanks for the tips Karla - very helpful. I think we're going to go ahead and book PB Rose. We leave Thursday, 11/02 - early afternoon. Maybe we CAN meet up. It would be nice to meet you too!
Ha ha, yeah, at this point, it would have driven me crazy not to have a plan! I'm glad I was able to help you out with this. You've been so helpful with all your postings! I'll keep me eye out for you at the hotel! Don't worry, I know how it is with the honeymoon... I'm hoping our guests don't go look for us during our honeymoon! :)

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You just reminded me. Some of my family is staying in Cabo at a timeshare place after the wedding. I better make sure it's not PB Rose. I love them, but don't want to spend my honeymoon with them!

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No one has talked about this in several months, but for us newbies I thought it may be a fun topic!

We are getting married in Cabrera, Dominican Republic which is on the mid east coast. The wedding is 7 days and then we are going on a two part honeymoon; 10 days to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the southern part, and then to Anguilla for a week. We leave three weeks from today, can't wait!!!

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Holy crap, Mishi - you're leaving so soon! I am so excited for you.

 

i just voted on here too ... we are leaving for Hawaii after our wedding in Mexico. it's been Paul's dream to always honeymoon in Hawaii - and who am I to say no to that!? we're actually getting legally married in Hawaii - so it will be extra special.

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We are leaving to Disney World right after the wedding. It was either have a Disney Wedding or a Disney Honeymoon - this worked out to be cheaper for everyone! I actually think the honeymoon in Disney is Aarons favourite part... is that sad?!

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We're getting married in cancun, we'll be there for 5 nights and then we're moving to El Dorado Royale in Riviera Maya, for another 5 nights (I'm hoping if we have the money before we go I can extend our honeymoon to 7 nights) but we'll see!

 

We thought about waiting to do our honeymoon for our one year anniversary so that we could go somewhere like tahiti, fiji, or Europe, but we have an 8 year old thats just dying to go to disney, so we know that will end up being our next trip and we'll never get a honeymoon if we don't do it now!

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We are leaving to Disney World right after the wedding. It was either have a Disney Wedding or a Disney Honeymoon - this worked out to be cheaper for everyone! I actually think the honeymoon in Disney is Aarons favourite part... is that sad?!
Haha, that is funny wink.gif

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We're spending a 6 days on Tortola (BVI) for the wedding and then leaving the day after the wedding for St. Martin/St. Maarten. We'll stay there for 2 days and then heading to Anguilla for 5 more days. So we're doing a Caribbean tour basically.

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