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Looking for pics of rooms at the Marriott CasaMagna PV

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I've just shot off an email to the wedding coordinator at the Marriott to find out how many jr. suites they have at the hotel. I definitely know there are connecting rooms to them, as my daughter will be staying in one next to my. Today is her 15th birthday!!! (just had to share that - proud mama that I am)

I'll let you know what I find out.

** UPDATE **
There are 11 jr. suites available at the Marriott.
Thanks Christina :) On the website it says there are 29 suites... I guess there is a category (or 2) higher than a Jr. Suite? I have not seen any info on this. Not that we are looking to go any higher, just curious in the discrepancy.

Btw, has anyone formulated a brochure/Microsoft Word handout (information sheet, etc.) to send to their guests? I've spent so much time uploading all the info to our website but we've only had 14 hits so far and sent out 74 STDs. I'm thinking some of our invited guests might not be internet savvy. Anyways, I'm having a tough time fitting this all into a Word document and figuring out exactly how to go about this. Mainly I just want to put the Hotel Info, TA info and ask them to RSVP either on our website or by contacting us (email or phone). I think my brain is just scrambled right now. So anyways, if anyone has something like this that they'd like to share please PM me - it would be greatly appreciated!! wink.gif

P.S. Happy birthday to your daughter, Christina! wink.gif

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Thanks Christina :) On the website it says there are 29 suites... I guess there is a category (or 2) higher than a Jr. Suite? I have not seen any info on this. Not that we are looking to go any higher, just curious in the discrepancy.

Btw, has anyone formulated a brochure/Microsoft Word handout (information sheet, etc.) to send to their guests? I've spent so much time uploading all the info to our website but we've only had 14 hits so far and sent out 74 STDs. I'm thinking some of our invited guests might not be internet savvy. Anyways, I'm having a tough time fitting this all into a Word document and figuring out exactly how to go about this. Mainly I just want to put the Hotel Info, TA info and ask them to RSVP either on our website or by contacting us (email or phone). I think my brain is just scrambled right now. So anyways, if anyone has something like this that they'd like to share please PM me - it would be greatly appreciated!! wink.gif

P.S. Happy birthday to your daughter, Christina! wink.gif
Awww - thank you! So sweet.

Yes, I do believe there are different suites - Jr. and Oceanfront - I could be wrong and am guessing. From looking at the view that was posted <sigh> from a Jr. Suite, it looked like it was taken from the main building (i.e., same as the lobby, etc.). Where as there are Oceanfront suites in the other building which is to the right of the pool. (Not sure I'm explaining this properly.)

You may have seen these already, but here's another site I found online for the Marriott: Puerto Vallarta Vacations - Marriott Hotels in Puerto Vallarta Mexico

It also includes a link that you could print out for your guests: Hotels in Puerto Vallarta - CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort
and if you scroll all the way down, you'll see a link to a .pdf that has PV Destination Information. I'll be incorporating some of the info from this into my packets that I will be sending to my guests that will be coming to PV. It's a document that I downloaded from BDW but have updated, of course, with additional information regarding my wedding. In addition, I'll be sending maps, spa menu, Vallarta Adventures brochures, etc. Just enough info to get everyone excited and plan their trips to the max!

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Thanks - I'll def go check out those sites! :)

 

Also, I know about the Ocean Front rooms but they're the same size as the regular Garden and Ocean View rooms, just Ocean Front. So I don't know how that would count as a "suite" KWIM?

 

I forget - are you going with the Jr. Suite? Have you been in the Ocean Front ones? We're really debating between the two... if we stay in the Ocean front we could save about the amount of one roundtrip plane ticket or one extra honeymoon night in Jamaica... but the extra square footage in the Jr. Suite does sound nice! (I think it's a 300+ sq. foot difference, 400-something to 700-something)

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Oooh, guess what. We were just over at FIL's and since they are paying for our flight with AA miles it just so happened to work out that we are being "forced" to stay an extra night here since it saves them 30,000 miles cheesy.gif

 

We'll be staying Tues. May 19-Wed May 27 (we were only going to stay Wed-Wed). Pretty sweet! I think we'll just try and see if we can book two different room categories - like an Ocean View for 4 nights and Jr. Suite for 4 nights or somethin' like that... :)

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Thanks - I'll def go check out those sites! :)

Also, I know about the Ocean Front rooms but they're the same size as the regular Garden and Ocean View rooms, just Ocean Front. So I don't know how that would count as a "suite" KWIM?

I forget - are you going with the Jr. Suite? Have you been in the Ocean Front ones? We're really debating between the two... if we stay in the Ocean front we could save about the amount of one roundtrip plane ticket or one extra honeymoon night in Jamaica... but the extra square footage in the Jr. Suite does sound nice! (I think it's a 300+ sq. foot difference, 400-something to 700-something)
I guess I thought they had some oceanfront suites, because I've walked past them on the way to the elevator and some of the rooms have double doors, and I peeked into the living room of one because they were working on the corner suite and the door was open - hee hee.

We're going with the Jr. Suite - we worked the upgrade into our deal. Wish it were oceanfront, but I guess I'll take the oceanview with the pool : )

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That view looks amazing. I actually thought about having my wedding there. I've been in contact with Abigail Duenas, but I think she's on vacation or out for a while. Has anyone had their wedding there? The pictures they sent me looked beautiful.

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