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Apologies as I'm sure this question may have been answered (the 179 pages of the Paraiso thread scared me) but the Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso is adults only correct? So are there other hotels right around the property that is not adults only?

 

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Apologies as I'm sure this question may have been answered (the 179 pages of the Paraiso thread scared me) but the Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso is adults only correct? So are there other hotels right around the property that is not adults only?

Thank you!!!
Yes, the Grand is adults only. There are 4 other Iberostar resorts on the property (Beach, Del Mar, Lindo, Maya) which all allow children.

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what are the main difference between Lindo and Maya?
I posted in the other thread some of my points.

But here is a breakdown in HIGH season.
April 4-11, 2010
Maya $1,484
Lindo $1,211

Not too drastic!!!

From Apple Vacations
Lindo
This spectacular with 5 swimming pools-two of them lake size pools, a wave pool and a moving river that connects all the pools together. Imagine the fun-body surfing on frothy waves or floating along a winding river that sparkles under a tropical sun. As part of the Iberostar Paraiso, five 3 story buildings with 446 rooms and sites are encased in a tropical greenery. For dining guests can choose from lavish buffets and specialty restaurants with a choice of Italian, Southwest Cajun and Chinese. Or stay poolside at the grill & snack bar. Guests of the Paraiso Lindo are welcomed to enjoy the facilities of sister resort Iberostar Paraiso Del Mar and Iberostar Paraiso Beach, giving a total of 14 locations for food and drink, while retaining the privacy of their own resort.

Maya
Located on a beautiful strech of white sandy beach in Playa Paraíso, between Cancún and Playa del Carmen, next to our Iberostar Paraíso Lindo hotel and less than 30 minutes from the Cancun International Airport. Iberostar Paraíso Maya is designed to fulfill your every expectation, from spacious rooms all suites to attentive concierge service and every imaginable activity, to our 24-hour amenities, entertainment , drinks and fine dining. The holiday complex is perfectly integrated into the tropical landscape. Attractive lobby and main restaurant (with show cooking). The complex has 5 specialities restaurants, a pool bar and 4 more bars. Night club, discotheque. Imaginatively-designed pool area with separate children's pool and extensive sunbathing area (sun loungers, parasols and towels free of charge). Also shops, supermarket and hairdressers. Access to the Internet for an extra charge.

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Bridetobe- I don't think too much. Basically different Lobbies and I think they each have their own main buffets. They share pools, restaurants I believe.

I'm pissed because I'm booked in as being a 'Maya' bride...but the price is $300 at least higher than the Lindo right now...I might be switching but not sure if it makes a difference wedding wise....

 

Shannon- no veil for me...I'm thinking maybe a flower.

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Amy,

Any ideas on hair styles?

I'm at a cross between a side chignon or something similar to what I wore to a wedding in early October.
Click the image to open in full size.
That pic is really pretty! I'm definitely doing an up-do, but my hair is only just barely at my shoulders right now. It needs a few more inches! I would love it up with some loose curls- I need some pictures! Haven't really started looking yet. I like your picture!

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Bride to be- The Maya also has Jacuzzi tubs and access to private pools. These are nice amenities, but if you are on a tight budget the Lindo is basically the same.

 

Shannon - I am planning on doing a veil for the ceremony and then having a flower put in for the reception. I am also going for an updo. Not sure about April or May, but I'm assuming it is going to be very HOT in June and I want to try and stay as cool as possible!

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