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I agree. Unfortunately none of the reviews were detailed or included photos. In fact, I read a few posts questioning how genuine the reviews actually were. I look forward to checking it out daily!!!

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I agree too. I'm on Trip Advisor quite a bit too, that was my obsession before this website. I can't wait to hear some detailed real reviews with pictures.
Our resort is all the buzz on the Puerto Morelos forum. Everyone's excited for this place! hug2.gif

I finally received a response from Nancy. I asked her if I should be talking to someone from Lomas or just her. And she said just her. She mentioned four ceremony possibilities: Garden Gazebo, Beach Gazebo, Beach Canopy, and Sky wedding (I hadn't heard of the Garden Gazebo before). Also, I asked if I could set up a time to talk to her on the phone and when I should start planning my details, she said January. I'm suppose to send her a "reminder" email in January to start talking specifics about my wedding and reception in April. I guess that's fine, it's just so hard to learn to be patient and wait on everything!! I know it is slow in Mexico, I just need to be able to plan on how much we're going to be spending. She's always friendly, but maybe they need a couple of more Wedding Coordinators. These two seem a little overwhelmed.


P.S.- Congrats to all the new girls on here :)

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She is not listed on the site. She is a photographer that a couple of the girls are bringing in and using for their wedding. If you do not choose one of Karisma's photographers, you will need to get approval from Fabio or Nancy.
Hello...is she someone in Mexico or from the states?

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I agree too. I'm on Trip Advisor quite a bit too, that was my obsession before this website. I can't wait to hear some detailed real reviews with pictures.
Our resort is all the buzz on the Puerto Morelos forum. Everyone's excited for this place! hug2.gif

I finally received a response from Nancy. I asked her if I should be talking to someone from Lomas or just her. And she said just her. She mentioned four ceremony possibilities: Garden Gazebo, Beach Gazebo, Beach Canopy, and Sky wedding (I hadn't heard of the Garden Gazebo before). Also, I asked if I could set up a time to talk to her on the phone and when I should start planning my details, she said January. I'm suppose to send her a "reminder" email in January to start talking specifics about my wedding and reception in April. I guess that's fine, it's just so hard to learn to be patient and wait on everything!! I know it is slow in Mexico, I just need to be able to plan on how much we're going to be spending. She's always friendly, but maybe they need a couple of more Wedding Coordinators. These two seem a little overwhelmed.


P.S.- Congrats to all the new girls on here :)
Ericka,

Two things...one is...how did you end up speaking with Nancy? Did Fabio put you in touch with her? My wedding is in June of 09 and I have not spoken to anyone other than Fabio. Who is Nancy? And I was wondering if Nancy can send you pics of those wedding ceremony places?

Thanks!

Shannon

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I agree too. I'm on Trip Advisor quite a bit too, that was my obsession before this website. I can't wait to hear some detailed real reviews with pictures.
Our resort is all the buzz on the Puerto Morelos forum. Everyone's excited for this place! hug2.gif

I finally received a response from Nancy. I asked her if I should be talking to someone from Lomas or just her. And she said just her. She mentioned four ceremony possibilities: Garden Gazebo, Beach Gazebo, Beach Canopy, and Sky wedding (I hadn't heard of the Garden Gazebo before). Also, I asked if I could set up a time to talk to her on the phone and when I should start planning my details, she said January. I'm suppose to send her a "reminder" email in January to start talking specifics about my wedding and reception in April. I guess that's fine, it's just so hard to learn to be patient and wait on everything!! I know it is slow in Mexico, I just need to be able to plan on how much we're going to be spending. She's always friendly, but maybe they need a couple of more Wedding Coordinators. These two seem a little overwhelmed.


P.S.- Congrats to all the new girls on here :)
I think they might have other coordinators. I have heard mention of Luis here and I want to say someone else maybe?
Does anyone know the difference between the beach canopy and the beach gazebo?
Ok, so January it is for me for details too.....

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I think they might have other coordinators. I have heard mention of Luis here and I want to say someone else maybe?
Does anyone know the difference between the beach canopy and the beach gazebo?
Ok, so January it is for me for details too.....
There is definitely another coordinator called Luis. I called there inquiring about something and I must say he gives many more straight answers than Nancy. Somehow after you wait weeks to hear back from Nancy, she still manages to give you an email that never answers your questions...she is extremely vague!

I have been trying to communicate that I wanted to reserve the Sky Deck for my wedding for weeks now, but she is telling me I must wait until I am closer to my wedding date to decide...how are we supposed to plan anything without understanding the location of our ceremony/ reception etc....I can wait until I get there to decide the details, but location is huge! Especially if I have to pay more money for the service..(Sky deck)

Valerie

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Hey Ladies, are anyone guests booking rooms on their own (not through a dedicated TA)?If so, how are you linking them to your wedding at the hotel? All of my guests are booking through my TA except for one that found a better rate online, so I requested that she be placed near the rest of the family and my TA is refusing to do that saying that they cannot gaurantee that the other vendor will uphold the room etc. Aren't a lot of guests booking on their own? This makes no sense to me. It seems like they are trying to make sure they get all the commission by forcing us to book through them.

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Hey Guys,

 

I have a photo of the Garden Gazebo to share with you all.

 

I did a sight tour in june so the hotel is not finished in the photo but the gazebo is.

 

I have tried to upload the file three times and no luck.

 

Does anyone know if there is a trick to it?

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Hi ladies!! I have a wedding booked at the Sensatori for June 6, 2009. I was soooo relieved to find this forum. Are any of you using an outside photographer other than someone on the "preferred" list? I am trying to, and it seems to be a little difficult.

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Hi ladies!! I have a wedding booked at the Sensatori for June 6, 2009. I was soooo relieved to find this forum. Are any of you using an outside photographer other than someone on the "preferred" list? I am trying to, and it seems to be a little difficult.
I am using an outside photographer, Fabio said that we can use anyone as long as it's not Del Sol if they either stay three nights at the hotel or pay $500.

I am using RAFAEL IBAÑEZ

He is coming in from Monterrey, MX.

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