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EDR or Excellence RM for Honeymooing?


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#1 DJsbride

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    Posted 23 July 2008 - 02:46 PM

    I'm schedule to do my honeymoon in EDR. WE have one of the casitas booked. Right now I'm in a battle with Karisma Resorts and they are on my black list of people I really don't like. The reason is because I'm getting married at Azul Beach Hotel and they've been extremely difficult, unprofessional and incompetent. Anyways now I feel like i don't want to give $6,000 for my honeymoon to Karisma, because they don't deserve my business, it's too late for me to change my wedding but I can still choose where to honeymoon.

    I feel really bad becuase FI is the one who picked the place and he is totally in love with the casitas suites. I know Excellence doesn't have casitas, but I'm trying to find something that FI would like as much as he liikes EDR.
    What do you guys think or suggest? Is one really much better than the other?

    #2 jfwolfe72

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      Posted 23 July 2008 - 04:53 PM

      That's a tough one b/c I think that EDR is an absolutely perfect spot for a honeymoon. However, we are also planning our honeymoon and are considering Excellence. Our TA says that the resort is neck and neck w/ EDR. I suppose it's what you want more. EDR's grounds are supposedly better than Excellence. But, I've heard that Excellence has a better beach and better food. But EDR has great pools and the casitas are wonderful (if you get a newer one). I've been checking out TripAdvisor to see if one of them sways me. Best of luck to you in your search, too! The only other consoltation I can offer is that once you get to EDR, you probably won't have to interact w/ the people you're booking it through. All of the staff at EDR are absolutely wonderful - they're another reason why we're considering going back there for our HM.




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