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Hi Girls!!

 

Today is my day off, so I have a bit of time on my hands! :)  Two of my wedding guests visit Cancun every year.  They were there in January.  They didn't stay at Dreams, but walked down the beach to visit there.  One of the bellmen gave them a tour.  So, here are the pictures they sent me.  Much better to see "real people" pics as opposed to the photoshopped ones on Dreams website!! smile120.gif  Enjoy!!

 

6th floor view

6th floor view of wedding gazebo.JPG

 

6th floor view looking south

another 6th floor view south.JPG

 

artifical water break

artificial break water.JPG

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More pictures...

 

 

 

Bar with the swings

Outside Tiki Bar with swing chairs.JPG

 

Lagoon beach area

Lagoon Beach area.JPG

 

 

Dolphin pool

Kids with dolphins.JPG

 

kid on a dolphin

Kid on dolfin.JPG

 

6th floor balcony view

from 6th floor balcony.JPG

 

Dreams Tower

Dreams Tower.JPG

 

Dreams beach area

Dreams beach area.JPG

 

 

Dolphin pool

dolphin pool.JPG

 

 

6th floor view

break water from 6th floor.JPG

 

bed in Tower room

bed duh!!.JPG

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Even more pics.  Sorry, I tried putting them on all one post, but I got booted the first time around.  Very frustrating.

 

 


South view from lawn area

south view from resort lawn.JPG

 

 

Another 6th floor view

south from 6th floor.JPG

 

 

Tower pool

smaller pool.JPG

 

 

Pool and swim up bar

Pool with swim up Bar.JPG

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Last pic post! 

 

 

Wedding Gazebo

Wedding Spot.JPG

 

 

Wedding Gazebo up-close

Wedding close up.JPG

 

Wedding Gazebo

Wedding Arbor.JPG

 

Walkway towards Pyramid Section

walkway toward pyramid section.JPG

 

View from 6th floor corner room (all "view" pictures are from Tower Building)

view from 6th fl corner room south.JPG

 

 

Tower Patio

Tower patio.JPG

 

 

South view from Gazebo

south view from wedding spot.JPG

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Last pic post! 

 

 

Wedding Gazebo

Wedding Spot.JPG

 

 

Wedding Gazebo up-close

Wedding close up.JPG

 

Wedding Gazebo

Wedding Arbor.JPG

 

Walkway towards Pyramid Section

walkway toward pyramid section.JPG

 

View from 6th floor corner room (all "view" pictures are from Tower Building)

view from 6th fl corner room south.JPG

 

 

Tower Patio

Tower patio.JPG

 

 

South view from Gazebo

south view from wedding spot.JPG

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OK Girls, that only took an hour to do!!!  Geez.  I see I posted twice, but I am not trying to figure out how to delete.  So, sorry for the mistake.

 

Has anyone seen or received any pictures from Dreams on bouquets (bride or bridesmaids) that have been done?

 

Thanks,

 

Meghan

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Just sent you a PM.

 

Originally Posted by mgl27 View Post

OK Girls, that only took an hour to do!!!  Geez.  I see I posted twice, but I am not trying to figure out how to delete.  So, sorry for the mistake.

 

Has anyone seen or received any pictures from Dreams on bouquets (bride or bridesmaids) that have been done?

 

Thanks,

 

Meghan



 

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CancunBride11,

 

Yes, our cocktail hour was at 7 and the reception at 8. I'm not entirely sure what time the spa closes, so you may be able to get in there around 7. That's something you'll have to confirm with your WC. Good luck, I'm glad to be helpful!

 

Originally Posted by CancunBride11 View Post

Thank you so much Wilsom12... you posted more than enough!!!:0):0) I think I want it there since it looks more private than the rest of the locations. Your cocktail hour started at 7pm? reception started at 8pm? We have our cocktail hour at 6pm and reception at 7pm... I am hoping we can get the Spa Terrace since its only an hour earlier.

 

Thank again!
 



 



 

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