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Hello to all.  I have a question that will help me narrow down my selection to this resort.  If I'm staying and having my wedding at the Palace and the majority of my guests stay Palace, but a few stay at the other Barcelo adjoining resorts (to suit their budgets), do I have to pay a day pass for those non-Palace guests to access the Palace for my wedding day and reception? 

 

On a side note, this forum is great.  I was initially looking at the ME Cancun, but another BDW member provided her honest review on the resort and told me about some other resorts she saw on her site visit (Barcelo being on of them).  Looking at all the reviews and photos have me leaning towards this resort.  I'm looking to get married in either late April or May 2012.    

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Hey babigirl21,

 

Your guests will NOT have to pay for a day pass for the day of your wedding. For my wedding in April, I have 2 couples staying at the Tropical and the rest at the palace. When I asked my WC about this, she said the guests will NOT need a day pass for the wedding. But if they want to access anything on the palace property on other days then they will need a day pass. Hope this helps!

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Thank you. I would like for all my guests to stay in one resort but its good to know there is not an additional charge. Your big day is around the corner and I can't wait to read your review.

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Hi Everyone!
We booked Claudia Rodriguez for our photographer and videographer and are trying to figure out what extra fees we will have to pay on top of the actual package. I know you can either book a room for two nights or pay the resort photo company $300. My question is - if you pay the $300, do you ALSO need to buy day passes for all of the photographers and videographers?

Any insight would be muchhhh appreciated Smiley

Thank you!
Lindsay 

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If you look back a few pages, FutureMrsG and Surprise_its_taken both sounded like you didn't have to buy day passes too.  Might want to double check with your coordinator?
 

Originally Posted by LindsayS View Post

Hi Everyone!
We booked Claudia Rodriguez for our photographer and videographer and are trying to figure out what extra fees we will have to pay on top of the actual package. I know you can either book a room for two nights or pay the resort photo company $300. My question is - if you pay the $300, do you ALSO need to buy day passes for all of the photographers and videographers?

Any insight would be muchhhh appreciated Smiley

Thank you!
Lindsay



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