Jump to content
Sailor

Gran Bahia Principe Akumal/Tulum/Coba - POST HERE!

Recommended Posts

Hey Ladies,

 

We've been home for just over a week now. We had an amazing time, thank you all for your help & suggestions.

 

I created a review of the resort if anyone is interested. Beware it's long!

 

http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/products/gran-bahia-principe-akumal-all-inclusive/reviews/6129

 

Once we get some more photos from our photgrapher, I'll post them. Here are the sneak peaks from our TTD & wedding day. Sorry they're so large.

 

 

 

Sneak Peak 2.jpg

 

We did the TTD just outside of the akumal golden beach.

 

Sneak peak 1.jpg

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Its official ..... We're getting married ðŸ‘🎉😃🌴🸠Heard back from the hotel today so we are booked for our requested date of Thursday 20 June next year #giddy.com is such an understatement I am loving this site and all the advice / tips from everyone Xx

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ah!  Congratulations!!!!  That's so exciting when you finally have a firm date in mind. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks for the review AD2012 and congratulations.

 

Have a fab time Coba Bride 2012. Cannot wait for your review and pics.

 

Just a quick question for everyone. I am travelling from the UK and am hearing mixed opinions on the best currency to take. Some people say that the currency is the peso so take the peso. Some recommend the US dollar. All the prices of things at the hotel are in dollars. When we visited Mexico before we were recommended to take the US dollar but that was about 10 years ago and things may have change since then. Plus we still got change in peso's anyway so got confusing. Any advice?

 

I know we won't need to carry too much money with being all inclusive. Mainly for tips and excursions. Do most people pay for the wedding by card?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

When I was there in January I paid with US dollar.  They did give me change in pesos, but it was small amounts. 

 

I paid for my wedding (back in 2008... sorry!) all on credit card.  I also paid for my incidentals (room safe) on my credit card this past January.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Originally Posted by fraggle42 View Post

 

Thanks for the review AD2012 and congratulations.

 

Have a fab time Coba Bride 2012. Cannot wait for your review and pics.

 

Just a quick question for everyone. I am travelling from the UK and am hearing mixed opinions on the best currency to take. Some people say that the currency is the peso so take the peso. Some recommend the US dollar. All the prices of things at the hotel are in dollars. When we visited Mexico before we were recommended to take the US dollar but that was about 10 years ago and things may have change since then. Plus we still got change in peso's anyway so got confusing. Any advice?

 

I know we won't need to carry too much money with being all inclusive. Mainly for tips and excursions. Do most people pay for the wedding by card?

 

You're safe with either but I think USD are more prominent over there.

 

Speaking of paying for wedding related stuff....I know certain things are to be paid in cash - like the wedding officiant

Does anyone have a list of who will need to be paid in cash and what can be paid on CC??

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Originally Posted by Sunshine2680 View Post

 

 

You're safe with either but I think USD are more prominent over there.

 

Speaking of paying for wedding related stuff....I know certain things are to be paid in cash - like the wedding officiant

Does anyone have a list of who will need to be paid in cash and what can be paid on CC??

 

 

Sunshine -  You have to pay for the blood tests & deposit on your wedding package in cash.Your WC will take the deposit at your meeeting.  Everything else can be put on your CC or charged to your room. When I had spoke with Jazmin about how to pay for eveything she said i could pay by CC at first then told me I needed cash for the deposit right before we left.

 

Fraggle - USD is fine, that's what we had. If you go to any vendor and they give you a total in Peso's they can convert it on the spot for you and give you the total in USD.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Oh yeah, forgot about the blood tests.  The DJ also has to be paid in cash, or at least it had to be when I was there.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×