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Originally Posted by Steph3486 View Post

I would do Mundaca or El Greco. I FINALLY got my pictures- email me at steph3486 at yahoo.com and I can send out the album link if anyone wants it. We did the Tulum gazebo and Mundaca for dinner. We ate out on the terrace and it was fairly private. We only had 11 people so obviously there were some other guests on the terrace with us but no one was terribly close to us or anything as they kind of had us off to one side.

 

I thought our food at Ventanas was not very good at all- and the lighting was very Golden Corral-ish.

 

Momo no hana is actually very pretty inside but oriental food isn't very neutral if that is something you're worried about. We ate there 2x for dinner and both times were delicious.
 


 


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It's a good 10 minute walk between the two, HOWEVER, we asked that they take our guests over by cart because several of the family members have bad knees. This was not an issue at all!!
 

Originally Posted by jszy10 View Post

Steph

 

Was it a far walk for your guests to go from the Tulum Gazebo to the restaurant on the Cove side??  I was concerned about that, but I am having my cocktail party at the Pandero Terrace and I believe that is in between??



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They sent the mariachi band over for free! I LOVED them! That group is usually playing at La Hacienda every night. :-)
 

Originally Posted by jszy10 View Post

Steph, your wedding got me so excited!!!!  :o) thanks for sharing your pictures!  I think I will be definitely do Mundaca for dinner.  I love that the marianci band played so you could dance!!



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Thats so exciting! Are you all ready? How many people did you end at? Where did you finnally decide to do your events? Did you book anything extra?

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Originally Posted by skadow View Post

 

Thats so exciting! Are you all ready? How many people did you end at? Where did you finnally decide to do your events? Did you book anything extra?

 

 

I dont feel ready. I still feel like there is so much more to do.

 

33ppl attending

 

Booked: Coba Gazebo for ceremony

                Pandero Terrace for cocktail hour (most likely will change)

                Solarium for reception

                Spa terrace for welcome dinner

                Spa services morning of wedding for girls and I

 

Extras: Ipod docking station for welcome dinner and reception

             mexican trio for cocktail hour

             need to book brunch for day after wedding

             need to book group excursion day after wedding

             Adrian Herrera for photography

             Fernando for make-up

 

I think thats it regarding the resort stuff.

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OH! I am doing Fernado for Makeup, Mexican Trio and iPod Docking Station & a Brunch the next day. I CANT WAIT to hear your reviews. Now I am even more excitied lol.

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Originally Posted by angelov321 View Post

 

             need to book group excursion day after wedding

        

 

 

 

I recommend you go to Coba Ruins... hands down, amazing experience.  Also, there are a few very public cenotes along the way that are awesome to see... .perhaps a lunch on the road?  Transportation is affordable, very very affordable... 

 

 

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Thank you for the recommendation! I dont believe the Coba Ruins are part of the Palace Resorts promotions. All my guests prefer to book an excursion that will be free for them. Most likely we'll just do the Wet N Wild excursion. But I definitely will look into the ruins for a nice trip for hubby and I. :)

Originally Posted by Matt Adcock View Post




I recommend you go to Coba Ruins... hands down, amazing experience.  Also, there are a few very public cenotes along the way that are awesome to see... .perhaps a lunch on the road?  Transportation is affordable, very very affordable... 

 

 



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