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Yes :) They have a full bar, imagine this place: it looks like a sports bar (with a bar serving drinks) and it has a pool table, hockey table, basket ball hoop machine, TV's and chairs so it is a decent size for this place. It is the teens game room during the day and at night it is the "club" the name of this place at Azul Sensatori is "Teens Breeze" and it is open until 2am every day!"

 

@@carrieandsam Thank you very much!!!

I dont think it was my ceremony LOL I did not have it at the sky deck :) it was on the beach..I trully need to upload pics VERY SOON!! you are right! time flies and I cant believe I dont have a wedding to plan any longer.

I was going super crazy...I mean super! I was just cleaning today and found an envelope with $170 in cash from the bank inside of a drawer LOL WOW that is scary!! I was crying for money while planning the wedding and leaving the cash like that inside a drawer...I must have forgotten about it with all the craziness :(

 

Food: Yes, it is a personal choice :) the painful part of choosing the more than 2 options once you get more than 30 ppl is to specify who eats what on a sitting card, I chose lobster and filet mignon BUT many of my guests did not eat shellfish so I made a lobster sign as "do not serve" then I made a list of each table referencing who ate what which matched my cards...pretty stressful to be honest.

 

ONE THING TO REMEMBER: the pier is not open as of now, so if you planned to take photos on it...please have a back up ...there is a villa close by where we took pictures...I cant wait for those!

 

There is a bar called "waves lounge" located by the adults only pool, they bring piano and live music almost every night...go there with your hubby and enjoy a romantic time alone

 

My catamaran was the BEST thing we ever did (it was complimentary except the food and drinks)

 

Le Chique (super fancy for me) it was included with out honeymoon suite so we did not pay the $25 each, it was so fancy :) and beautiful, gazebo #5 is the ONLY place where you make reservations for that restaurant, go as soon as you get there because it gets booked super quickly. It is $25 for the tasting menu and $110 to sit with the chef by the bar or something like that. We did not pay the $25 each and wanted to cancel last minute because came super tired from the catamaran, however they would charge us $25 each if we did not go (cancelled)...so we ended not cancelling dinner at LeChique..it was wonderful!

 

Where is the villa you took pictures at? Do you know why the pier is closed?

 

Thanks!

 

 

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@@linaco80

We went to the waves lounge Friday night at the BdR and it was the highlight. We ordered the hookah to and just charged it back to the room. So much fun!

 

We also went to Le Chique and loved it so much that we are def going there when we go back

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@@LaurenR the pier is closed due to maintenance right now...I am not sure if that will be the same by the time your wedding comes, just have back up plans for photos. We went to a villa located to the right (you facing the ocean) need to walk a LOT to the very end, but it is beautiful and someone lives there but they dont mind if you take photos, also as you walk there will be more piers from other resorts, be brave enough to hop on those for photos LOL we did

 

@@carrieandsam YES!!! Waves lounge is super nice and LeChique is amazing and a must do!

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@@LaurenR the pier is closed due to maintenance right now...I am not sure if that will be the same by the time your wedding comes, just have back up plans for photos. We went to a villa located to the right (you facing the ocean) need to walk a LOT to the very end, but it is beautiful and someone lives there but they dont mind if you take photos, also as you walk there will be more piers from other resorts, be brave enough to hop on those for photos LOL we did

 

@@carrieandsam YES!!! Waves lounge is super nice and LeChique is amazing and a must do!

Thanks for the info!! Can't wait to see your photos!!

 

 

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@linaco thank you for the photo idea.

I'm not sure where to take some but have ideas like the stairs from the lobby going down to the main property.

Our reception location , bridges going over the pools, sky deck. The shack sounds awesome but do you have to go by the palapa yoga center? That's where our pre ceremony cocktail party is. Is there a way to avoid that area so no one would see us?

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@@carrieandsam

We took photos of me alone on the stairs that come from the top roof, I think that's what you refer to main stairs from the lobby down to the property.

The sky deck is located on building 3 and the palapa is to the right of building 3 (you facing the ocean)

but either way you can exit to the beach through the premium section which is more to the right and the last ramp from the premium pools to the beach (also by the sky massage place), no one will see you,

the piers and villa are to the right (you facing the ocean) Guests won't see you.

If you walk to the left you will find places too but not piers to hop on (from other resorts)

If your photographer is located in Mexico have him/her doing a beach walk prior to your arrival so he/she can take a look on locations, if you bring your own have him/her check the property upon arrival. Many photographers are familiar with Sensatori so they know where to shoot

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THIS IS A MESSAGE TO ALL OF YOU (FUTURE BRIDES) READ!!!

 

The Mojito lounge DOES NOT have a DJ any longer due to complaints from building 4 (family with children) the resort moved all to the Teens Breeze which is a game room (looks like a sports bar) during the day and club with DJ at night 

It is good to know because I had all my itineraries printed and welcome letters to continue the "after party at the mojito"  after the reception.

Mojito is open with all the 35 mojitos and drinks, but only jazz  more like a lounge, nothing to dance, it is ashame because it is beautiful and it has the space...I was sad while I was there BUT it is about the people you are with....and that made it for us :) so we partied every night at the Teens lounge, even before the wedding LOL (do not do that) I was okay though :)

The teens lounge has the live music and DJ now.

The top roof has the shows at night for families and adults. 

@@LaurenR I think they are strict with the payments for sure. I paid later than they request (So I should correct "last minute") because I was going back and forth with flowers, cake, and the mariachi I wanted but did not want to pay until I knew I really wanted it. I was all about the money and still wanted a beautiful wedding, I looked at it as where I wanted to spend most of my money, so that is why I did not make payments on time, I needed to be 100% sure before I paid. 

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Thank you so much for the heads up, we planned on partying in the Mojio lounge after our wedding as well. It is special to is, my fiancée and I met there at my friends destination wedding! We might have to make a mojito bar gathering another night if people still have dancing shoes on.

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@@Tallbride515 we did not qualify for any free promos as Karisma apparently hates Canadians so we just told our guests to gather at Cantina Zocalo following the ceremony and they did! If you ask the bartenders there they have bowls of chips/pretzels etc too.

I would have preferred a private event but everything else was so expensive we just couldn't swing it. Your current plan sounds really nice. 

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