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Hi there, I was just wondering if there were any other ladies on this forum getting married at the Royal Decameron Complex? If so, do you have any information on their weddings, or are there any threads with some reviews or photos of brides who have been previously married there?

 

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Thank you soo much for finding all of that information for me, and posting your review from your wedding week. It seems like all in all the resort is pretty good for the price you pay..minus the little problem with the taxis! sorry that put a damper on your fun.

But once again, thank you! and congratulations on becoming a mrs!

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Have you decided on the Royal Decameron for your wedding? I am getting married the same date as you in PV but we're doing a beach wedding at a restaurant in Bucerias called Karen's Place. I was thinking of booking my family in at the Decameron for the duration of our stay.

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Thank you soo much for finding all of that information for me, and posting your review from your wedding week. It seems like all in all the resort is pretty good for the price you pay..minus the little problem with the taxis! sorry that put a damper on your fun.
But once again, thank you! and congratulations on becoming a mrs!
Hey did you end up with the Royal Decameron? I am thinking about it for an April 2011 Wedding.

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I stayed at the Royal Decameron in 2008- had a good time. Was a nice resort. Let me know if you want any info. Congratulations all!
Awesome, I have a couple of questions....
1. What room block did you stay in? Would like one with a great beach view.
2. What was your favorite a la carte restaurant?
3. What was the best thing that you liked about the resort?
4. What was one thing that was not great or you wish you knew about before going?
5. Is there a bath tub in the room or just a shower? This question is for my mom as she loves her bathes, lol.

Thanks for your input. Glad you had a good time at the resort, it looks beautiful, I love the bright colors and Mexican decor.

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Awesome, I have a couple of questions....
1. What room block did you stay in? Would like one with a great beach view.
2. What was your favorite a la carte restaurant?
3. What was the best thing that you liked about the resort?
4. What was one thing that was not great or you wish you knew about before going?
5. Is there a bath tub in the room or just a shower? This question is for my mom as she loves her bathes, lol.

Thanks for your input. Glad you had a good time at the resort, it looks beautiful, I love the bright colors and Mexican decor.
My Fiance and I stayed there Feb 12-19th 2010.

-We stayed in 4211 (building 4, second floor, room 11), we could see the ocean but it was far away. the only building that's officially ocean view is building number one. I believe you have to call ahead and request it. You will want the south end of the building, as pool number 1 is at the north end it is very noisy and is the party spot until about midnight.

-Definitely go to the mexican a la carte it was delicious. the Italian was very good as well. (it's the only restaurant with a/c). the japjap (japanese) and the wok(thai) were ok but I think I would rather had more choices at the buffet.

-the cleaner the maids use smells so good! weird but it's one thing both my fiance and I loved haha. The show's at night were awesome! you have to go. 95% of the tourists are Canadian so the staff plays up the Canadian pride. (I almost felt bad for the Americans)

-We read a lot of reviews on tripadvisor before going, so I feel we were prepared for most things you need to know about. It's a long way to Peurto Vallarta from the resort. I underestimated the distance. it's a 40 taxi ride to downtown PV. it will cost 200 pesos each way. We only went once which was fine by us, as Bucerias is an awesome little authentic mexican town that's right beside the RDC.

-our room was one big shower only.

We are going to go back to the RDC when we get married as that's where we got engaged. it's a perfect AI resort at a good price. We haven't decided if we are having the wedding at the resort or off.

Hope this helps
Billy

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