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Usrerd-I also had to email a photocopy of the credit card and ID. I believe you can also fax the photocopy, if you're more comfortable with that. I just reserved my date on Friday, and they sent me a confirmation and photocopy of the actual receipt today.

 

I was a little weirded out by the photocopies of cards too, but I'm not sure there's any other way to get around it. It seems to be working fine for me though! Good luck!

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Hi. I booked back in March thru my travel agent with Destination Weddings. I haven't had a problem. Did you get to do a wite visit? The place is awesome. we are getting married on February 26th 2010!

 

Nicole

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Thanks no problem I will check it out and let you know what I think.
@jkcz - How was it? Hope you had a great time!

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Hey girls, just checking in! I miss the Valentin so much!! At least once a day DH and I talk about how we wish we were there again. They were actually just advertising 7 nights including air for super cheap from St. Louis and if we didn't have work we would be on a plane!!

 

I hope all is going well. I am going to post some professional photos in the Claudia Rodriguez thread.

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WOW is pretty much all I have to say about the Valentin we loved it and had an amazing time, if we did not have so many kids at our wedding this would have been the prefect place. Checkin was supper easy we got there at 12 and our room was not ready so we changed and hit the pool right away we had great service all the staff members say hola and have a nice day. We had a couple of drinks at the pool let me tell ya they are not watered down shots.gif Around 4 we went up to checkin and they upgraded us to a room on the beach with a huge hot tub, however we had a 1st floor so you could not see the ocean but we did not care we hardly spent time in the room. The food and service was great. My fav places were the Japanese, Indonesian and French. The night life was not that great however we did meet a lot of new friends from all over and we had a blast we danced in the plaza and then went to the sports bar. My really only complaint about the resort was at night they shut off the lights in some of the bathrooms then once the plaza closes the shut off pretty much all the lights in the plaza, hallways and all the bathrooms while the sports bar is still open. The walk to the bathrooms and back to our room was pretty creepy so we always went together. One of our favorite parts about the resort was the guests we made so many new friends I have traveled a lot but I have to say this place everyone was down to earth which was great.

 

The chapel I thought was really nice DH and I thought it was a perfect location for a wedding.

 

If anyone has any questions just let me know. Good Luck Planning!

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@jkcz - First, Congrats! So glad to hear you had a fantastic time. Thank you for the info! One quick q: how was the travel from the airport to the resort?

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@jkcz - First, Congrats! So glad to hear you had a fantastic time. Thank you for the info! One quick q: how was the travel from the airport to the resort?
Super easy we hired Cancun Transfer for $82 for a private car round trip they were there waiting for us when we got there and picked us up right on time at the resort to bring us back. It took about 25 - 30 minutes to there to and from. I highly recommend them!

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I am at VIM right now for my site visit/vaca. Having a great time and will post a full review when i get back. Am meeting with WC at 11:00. Let me know if you have any questions!!

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So does anyone know if the terrace is extra for the reception dinner? I was choosing this place because it looked like such a nice place for a reception. I was hoping it did not cost more, we are on a tight budget. Shooting for Jan 2010 wedding and just started planning. I have my hands full!!

 

Kim

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