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Here are some photos from our wedding last week. I will write a review shortly! :) post-252152-143575298883_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575298883_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575303118_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575306493_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575315058_thumb.jpgpost-252152-14357531672_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575318622_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575321435_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575322892_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575326771_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575326771_thumb.jpgpost-252152-143575331097_thumb.jpg



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Here's my review - I will also post to review section :)



Food was good, not gourmet but good. You must try the taco bar in the Mexican restaurant for lunch, so good! Room service was sometimes slow but we ordered it most nights very late after we had been out. Shrimp quesadillas were my favorite!  The BBQ on the beach was pretty good as well for lunch.



We were given a room in the adult’s only section for the first two nights, not sure why people would pay more for that section because the rooms are much smaller. The elevator in our building was not working and we were on the highest floor. 

The first room we were given... we walked up to the 4th floor, walked in and there were two people in bed together! Very embarrassing, they gave us someone else room. I was not happy... back down the stairs to the lobby... got another room.. Walked back up the 4 stories to our new room. My Aunt and Uncle were given a room, they walked in... Entire floor was flooded! 



I love that this is not a wrist band resort, much classier. You can grab towels whenever you need them. A few mornings there were no towels to be found, I would have to wait and come back an hour or so later.



Clean! Three pool bars which was awesome. You must ask for a better type of alcohol or they will give you rail.


I would advise NOT to get married on the beach. We did not even sit on the beach once. A TON of seaweed which would smell at certain points of the day. They attempted to clear it but the tracker was small. Not their fault, but it was out of control.




Laura and Ingrid from the wedding department were amazing. We had a two hour meeting with them and they went over EVERY details which was all executed perfectly. My only option as a backup was inside one of the halls which I was not happy about, but we had no rain so everything was fine. It was HOT though. We all were sweating a lot during the reception but no one complained and we all jumped into the pool at the end of the night. I can’t wait to get those photos back! The only couple things that happened though were the lobster we ordered did not come out, I had to complain and then 20 minutes it arrived (I think they forgot). We received some cards and 1 gift bag, the gift bag was stolen at the end of the night. I later found out the gift was jewelry, so I was very disappointed. I saw it sitting there one minute, gone the next. DJ All Music was great, played our requested songs as well as some other great one we did not think of! Everyone was dancing most of the night! We also choose the BBQ Deluxe menu and people raved about it. I was nervous about a buffet but I was worried the sit down would take too long (service is slow at the resort). So it wound up working out great!



Spa folks were AMAZING!!! They banged out our hair (8 girls in total) within two hours. Pros! I was very impressed by the quality. I used the salon and the bridal suite. We also had a 2 for 1 massage which was out of this world. Best massage I’ve ever had. If you go early they will put you into the whirl pool/sauna/shower to loosen your muscles. Take advantage and arrive 45 minute early.

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Okay- So after 3 weeks I am finally ready to write my review. Lauren Rapkin you must of inspired me to stop being so lazy. So here goes my review of Azul Sensatori.


So unfortunately, Hurricane Bill decided to show up on my wedding day, however we made the best of it. We had 50 guest in total, which seemed like a lot. Azul Sensatori was the PERFECT size resort for this many people. Any bigger of a resort, we wouldn’t of been able to find any of our guest. It was awesome because it seemed like everywhere we went we saw people we knew.


When we walked in we were handed champagne and my husband and I were taken straight to the premium concierge office to do our own personal check-in. This was great because we travelled with 25 others, so we didn’t have to wait in line. Unfortunately our guest didn’t have as great of a check-in. We checked in at 12:00PM, however some rooms weren’t ready until 3:00PM, which we knew that they may not be ready. The most irritating part was that they lost (of all people), my mother-in-laws reservation. We also had guest double booked in rooms (walking in on others) and room reservations wrong. A few people got double beds instead of king beds, etc. Not sure if this was the travel agents fault or the resorts. In the end, everyone got into the correct rooms. Some people had to stay in temporary rooms and be moved to their permanent room the next day.


Checking into the Premium section was great! The concierges were very accommodating. We even had an excursion planned on Thursday when our wedding coordinator meeting was scheduled and they moved it to that same day. We got to pick scents, soaps, and pillows for our room while we checked-in. After we checked-in we were taken to our room, where our bags were already placed. The rooms were really nice. Stocked with beer and snacks. The only down fall to the room and all of our guest room was the water that came out of the Jacuzzi tub was yellow. We had a swim-up suite, which I would probably not get again, because we didn’t even use it, since the non-premium section guest weren’t allowed.

Later that day we met with the wedding coordinators, and Lauren was right they go over EVERY. SINGLE. DETAIL. I finally was able to relax after that meeting. Even the back-up plan, which was good since we ended up having to use it. One thing I will say that was frustrating about the resort is that the computer system was very slow. We had rented décor from Katy HK and they told her that we hadn’t checked in yet around 3PM, however we had checked in at 12PM.


The first night we put on our itinerary to meet in the mojito lounge, which everyone did. The mojito lounge was pretty awesome and had lots of different and unique drinks to choose from. We didn’t even tell the resort we had everyone meeting up, because we thought they would charge us. It was fine because we pretty much had the place to ourselves. That night we all went to the Tapas restaurant that was right next to the Mojito lounge and we had to sit at different tables, because it was extra if you had more than 10 to a table. The food was pretty good, very very small plates and it took FOREVER. But the drinks were flowing so we didn’t mind too much.


Thursday we went on an excursion with Flavio Tours- and it was AMAZING! I had it planned in advance, it was recommended by one of my co-workers. We had 18 guest go with us and Flavio picked us up in a very nice van right at the resort. We did the Chichen Itza tour and Cenotes. Our tour guide Flavio, pretty much runs Cancun, so we got VIP everything. The only bad thing was the drive- about 2 hours to Chichen Itza. We first stop at the Cenote around 9am and there wasn’t anyone else there. We got to jump off a cliff into the cenote. Flavio and his helper (can’t remember his name) took pictures the entire time and gave us all of the pictures at the end for no extra charge, we just had to bring a USB stick, which we knew ahead of time. We then went to Chichen Itza where we had our own guide with head phones so we could hear everything he was saying. None of the other tours going on had head phones. We then ate at this beautiful hotel- authentic Spanish buffet which was included in our excursion price and Flavio even bought our first round of drinks. There was tons of shopping at Chichen Itza, so we did some of that and then headed back to the resort. We will for sure use Flavio Tours again when we go back.


The rest of our guest had shown up that night while we were on the excursion. Most of us went and ate at the Caribbean Restaurant, which wasn’t really Caribbean- more like seafood and they had gourmet burgers during the day. And then we went out at Mojito Lounge again- they even had a DJ until 1:30AM.

The next day was our beach day. We had all our guest on the beach- it was a blast. Not a problem at all reserving chairs and cabanas. There is a lot of seaweed on the beach, it didn’t bother us too much, but the tractor going back and forth all day long was a little annoying. That night was our rehearsal dinner. Our wedding party came down to the beach where the pier was and we ran through a rehearsal without the coordinators. We then had all 50 of our guest for a private dinner on the terrace at the Mexican restaurant Zocalo. IT WAS PERFECT! They did 5 tables of 10 guest, with just us on the terrace, overlooking the beach. I would highly recommend this location for a private dinner. We had a signature cocktail and 4 course menu to choose from. We hung out on the Zocalo terrace/bar for over 4 hours. Some of our guest went out for more drinks, but we went to bed to rest up for the big day.


THE WEDDING DAY- We woke up to a Hurricane. We knew right away we would be having everything indoors L We had brought our hair/makeup lady with us, it was actually cheaper than the spa, because she did myself, 5 bridesmaids, and the two moms all in my room. If you do this, bring a powerstrip. There aren’t many plug-ins in the room. As the day went on the weather got worse at 12PM we made the decision to move the ceremony and reception inside. Our plan was to order room service for lunch, however they don’t do room service when it rains… we pretty much had to scream at them to have them bring us food. We also called to order mimosas and they said it would be an extra $50 charge for champagne. Luckily, my mom ran out in the rain and the concierge was nice enough to give her two bottles, but no OJ. The coordinators were supposed to come to the room at 12PM, but they never showed up. Flowers were supposed to be at the room at 12PM, but we had to call and they were finally delivered at 2PM. At 2PM we decided to put my dress back in the bag and have me get dressed in the main lobby. Luckily the coordinators let me get dressed in the bridal suite in the spa, however they wouldn’t let me have my bridesmaid in the suite with me unless we wanted to pay… this really made me mad. When I finally saw the wedding coordinators I told them they needed to go help my bridesmaids over to the lobby so they didn’t get their hair and makeup messed up… and they never did. VERY FRUSTURATING! After I got dressed I went to the lobby and they were setting up for the ceremony on the rooftop terrace, which was plan B, however the floor and chairs were all wet. My dad tried to find another location like mojito or tapas because both were in the lobby, however they wouldn’t let us do the ceremony there. So we ended up doing it the hideous ballroom. They still set up all our decorations in the ballroom, but it REALLY REALLY REALLY needs to be updated. The one thing I was most nervous about the wedding, was that we didn’t get to meet with the officiant before, however the officiant was AMAZING and the ceremony went together without any issues.


THE RECEPTION- We originally planned to have the reception at Zavas Plaza, however we ended up in the other hideous ballroom. Though the coordinators did their best to make it look pretty, which I was pretty impressed. We used DJ All Music and the MC… they were AWESOME. They had all the songs we requested and our guest requested. Everyone dance the entire time, I couldn’t have asked for a better reception. We even went to the mojito lounge after for a bit. No band or Dj though.


The next day we had the breakfast in bed and it was delicious. The weather was still terrible, and was even worse than my wedding day. The power went out in all the restaurants and buildings probably 20 or more time. We drank inside all day. Some of our guest flew out that day, most without any issues. One of our groomsmen flights got cancelled and he had to pay an extra $377 dollars to stay in someone elses room for one night. He even offered to just sit in the lobby, because his rescheduled flight was at 6AM and he got back to the resort at 1AM and they wouldn’t let him. Our travel agent ended up getting him a refund when we got back to the state.


The last few days the weather was beautiful and we got to enjoy a couple more days in the sunshine. However, a lot of our guest rooms were flooded and a couple of the restaurants were flooded and closed for a day or so.


All in all I would say we had an amazing time, mostly because of all our friends and family that came. It was really unfortunate for the resort to have the hurricane and I think they handled it pretty well. I would suggest they have some activities planned for when it rains for the guest to do. Most guest either stayed in their room or in the lobby and read. We hung out at Mojito on the rainy days, but it would have been nice to have something else to do.


I would give the resort 3/5 stars. The service was amazing, but when the rain came everything pretty much shut down. The coordinators tried as best they could to make everything perfect for us. 



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Can anyone comment on a 3pm wedding on the beach? Will it be too hot? I liked the idea of a 6-16-16 wedding date but they only have 3pm available.



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Can anyone comment on a 3pm wedding on the beach? Will it be too hot? I liked the idea of a 6-16-16 wedding date but they only have 3pm available.



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I got married in January at 3pm and it was hot but bearable so my thoughts on June at 3pm would be unbearable. Guess it depends if it's shaded anyway? And how long you'd be out there? I didn't marry at your resort but weather is weather for the Mayan I'd think :)

Hopefully someone married in June can help or possibly scroll up for some recent reviews to see their ceremony times. I'd guess you'd find most would be 430'or later.



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@@amyzig2 My wedding was May 31, 2015 at 2PM. It was hot but as @@calgarybride2015 stated bearable. Our ceremony and cocktail hour (at 3PM) were both on the Sky Deck and I loved it. It was sunny and there was a nice breeze. Guests did not complain and they also had fans and chilled champagne to cool them down. We had a steel drum band during cocktail also. I loved how the sky and the sunny day looked in my pictures. I think you will be happy with the 3PM time slot.

They also put up the umbrellas during the cocktail hour and that worked well. Many guest came prepared- shades, sunglasses and nice hats. My wedding was all white so it just worked. I was very happy with everything. Here are a few pics:






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I'm selling the following wedding items . If interested please PM me.




* White Sheers/Fabric for gazebo

* Decorative Hangers (Bride, Flower Girl, bridesmaid, junior bridesmaid)

* White Moroccan Lanterns for Centerpieces (stunning! Will make a statement with these)

* White petal table overlays (gorgeous)

* Victoria Secret bridal tank & Just married tank (perfect for photo op)

* Mexican Fiesta decor items (serapes, small colorful lanterns in assorted bright colors perfect for a welcome party or event with a Mexican theme).

* Vera Wang Hayden bridal gown (perfect for garden/ beach ceremony or Trash the dress).

* Sand ceremony picture frame box

* White Floral backdrop curtain (use as alternative to the crystal curtain).










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My husband (yay!) and I got married here on Monday, 6/29. I will post a more detailed report when I have a little more time, but if you are not locked into this resort, please know that I am quite sure you can find much better resorts to have a perfect day at. While the wedding day was perfect, both we and most all of our guest, had something go wrong while we were there. People were dropping like flies from GI sickness, including my maid of honor and dad. The one piece of wedding cake we had been saving for our last night there was taken from our refrigerator (it was securely covered with wrap & not even 24 hours after the wedding) and thrown away "for our food safety" and I was generally in tears once a day because of some sort of service we were promised, but never surfaced. We got married on the beach. It was ok, but it didn't look like they had made any attempts at cleaning the end the gazebo is at. When they do clean, it's usually at lunch & anything in close proximity to the beach smells like rotten eggs (not appealing while you are eating). I know they cannot control this, but they can help the situation a little bit. One or two mishaps, I can understand, but it was something everyday.


Just so I don't sound like a total complained...our wedding meal (the chicken) was delicious. Probably the best wedding food I've ever had.


It was just all of the other stuff that made me sour. We will never return to this resort...which is sad.

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