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I think (almost positive) this is the Bugambilla Gazebo with the Bugambilla Terrace right next to it! You will be closer to sunrise side this way and will not have to walk as far to dinner.

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Thanks Nicole! AWESOME!!

 

Nicole,

I know you have been to Palapa Barracuda (Steakhouse) before, but for anyone who hasn't.. here is their menu! Maribel just e-mailed it to me!!

 

PALAPA BARRACUDA (STEAKHOUSE)

Salads

Caesar Salad

Barracuda Mixed Salad

 

Soups

Cuban Style Lentil Soup

Creamy Corn Soup

 

Main Course

Grilled T-Bone Steak

Grilled Rib Eye Steak

Beef Tenderloin and Shrimp

Curry Chicken Breast

Pork Skewer Indiana Style

Champagne Fish Filet

Fresh Tuna

Grilled Salmon

Fresh Clams Rockefeller

Vegetable Lasagna

 

*All main courses are served with baked potatoes, rice and vegetables.

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To any of you who have been to the MP...

 

Do you know which terrace area is closer to the water? Or has a grest view of the water We don't want to do the coctail hour in a garden or on the sand, but we do want the ocean within view.

 

Any suggestions welcome.....

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To any of you who have been to the MP...

Do you know which terrace area is closer to the water? Or has a grest view of the water We don't want to do the coctail hour in a garden or on the sand, but we do want the ocean within view.

Any suggestions welcome.....
We've been to MP twice, but I never cared about the terraces (wasn't engaged at the time). I'm sure Nicole can help more, but here's a map of MP, it shows you the approximate location of all terraces and gazebos.

 

 

Moon Palace Map.pdf

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I have my wedding scheduled for ON the beach. Ive been hearing that the beach isnt the best here now im freaking out bc that is the whole reason why im doing a destination wedding. My wedding is at 3pm. Should i reconsider and do it in a gazebohuh.gif?

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I have my wedding scheduled for ON the beach. Ive been hearing that the beach isnt the best here now im freaking out bc that is the whole reason why im doing a destination wedding. My wedding is at 3pm. Should i reconsider and do it in a gazebohuh.gif?
I dont think the beach is that bad, it gets alot of seaweed, but they do a pretty good job clearing it, just ask you WC if they can clear it before your ceremony. I am not sure if anyone here got married on the beach, but you should read Andrea's review, her ceremony was on a terrace overlooking the beach (Dez there's a good picture of the Tucan terrace and its proximity to the beach in her review)

http://bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/t18071

It seems to be the best of both worlds, having the ocean in front of you without getting your feet sandy.

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Does anyone have pictures of the Tucan Gazebo?

Thanks for the help!
Hello - on page 12 of this forum are pictures Sharla posted. There is only 1 gazebo left and I am assuming this is the Tucan. I do not think I have ever been on that side of Nizuc. This should be the one farthest South.

Dez - I am remembering a couple close to the retainer wall. I know there are a couple of garden areas - which you are not interested in. Your best bet would probably to have the wedding at the Bugambilia Gazebo and the cocktail at the terrace right next to it. I sent that picture yesterday (?) also I am thinking that may be the closest you can get to the beach (unless on it) or the moonlight terrace. I have stayed in rooms facing the moonlight terrace before and that area is pretty big. I was told, though, that the photographer takes you down to the beach for pictures.

As far as the beach goes - there is alot of seaweed, but they do tractor it out often during the day. If you are wanting the Cancun blue ocean behind you while in the sand - this isn't the place to do it. You will see splotches of the really pretty blue - you will also see the really pretty blue when you go on your excursions, but Moon Palace is not known for their beaches. I am born and raised on the beach - Moon does not bother me - it is not ugly at all. It just has seaweed issues. I think you can go to travel advisor and look at the many pictures they have posted.

Hopefully you guys are not tired of me answering -- I have been trying not too - but obviously that isn't working smile105.gif

Take care.

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