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how do you tag people? I cant figure it out...   Anyways, by asking if the resort made it up to you, I just mean does the quality of the resort and pools make up for the lack of beach :)  I'm worried that those who haven't been to the ocean before will be disappointed....

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Great idea @@HolaAmigos ! I will look into this further more. Maybe I can do separate chalkboard platters with the table names and guest names. Thanks!

 

 

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@@StacyPaul.

You tag "@mention"

Yes, the beach is a downer and a big one, honestly the entire cancun area has one issue or the other with the beach, it gets better and much better south like Tulum. If you are a beach person like me then try to go south.

The resort is absolutely amazing! You have to do what works for both of you and even though you want your guests being happy, you can't just think "how to make them happy" because something will always be said. I used to be terrified about things that my guests would say about the beach or resort. Honestly, this resort is high-end and any guest who enjoys good resorts can understand that this type of resort offers great things for the price.

You will not be dissapointed, specially on your wedding day, if you want more of a beach or luxury take a few days alone with your hubby after the wedding.

it was a great experience to my entire group.

Yes, pools and restaurants (specially the food) will make up for it.

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The beach is like any regular beach, it doesnt have crystal clear blue water but becuase it is so private I prefer to get married there (Not getting hitched next to people on beach chairs in bathing suits). There is a swim up bar at the hotel, people spent most of their time there. When my friend had her wedding there (same wedding I met my fiancee at) she had arranged a shuttle through the hotel to take people on a day tour of the Tulum Ruins which included some beach time there (gorgous beach!), we all paid a little out of pocket for the tour but it was worth it!

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Girls, I owed a review!!!

 

I did not do it here because I was going to be all over the place with all the pics I posted. I have planning pics and also wedding day pics!!!

 

Please check this out and PLENTY of pics, please ask as you need more info, I WISH YOU HAPPY PLANNING!!!

http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/topic/79170-azul-sensatori-april-2015-wedding-many-pics-and-planning-tips/?p=1895817

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did your guests have any complaints about this? does the resort make up for it?  I'm so stressed about this and considering switching despite have paid a deposit already....  Thanks for the response :)

The beach is not stunning... there is some seaweed...but it is an ocean! :P That being said it is situated on an old coral reef, so it is quite shallow and rocky. But they have been trucking in nice white sand slowly to expand the beach. So it's quite a nice "beach", but the water is not great.

 I believe the resort makes up for it. :)  The wedding staff on site is very professional and are great at their jobs...although the wedding coordinators you deal with ahead of time (in Miami) are very slow and it can be a bit frustrating.

The food and service is outstanding. It is a fantastic size for a wedding, small enough that you can find everyone, large enough to find a place for private time. WE love it there and have returned mulitple times!

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@@murmel I second everything you just said we just returned last Wednesday and brides you do not have to worry about a thing ! The on site wedding team could do it with their eyes closed they are awesome !! They took away all my worries for sure . They even got my little neice and nephew down the Isle holding a sign and they didn't even fight over it haha

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