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Jodez  - I brought my 7 yr old son and my sister in law brought her 2 girls, age 8 and 10.  My son stayed with my parents the whole week we were there in their room.  You can see if your parents will atleast take your kids the night of your wedding?  If so then ask that your parents get a room with a king bed and a sofa bed.  This way when your kids come over for a sleep over that night, they can stay on the sofa bed.  My son slept on it all week and he didnt complain about it once.  Ask Lupita a week before you arrive to make sure your parents have the correct type of room to accomodate you.

 

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hey so just wondering for those who have been to sandos, I'm reading on the website that the "unlimited drinks" is only from 11 AM - 2 PM ?? Is there anywhere else in the resort that we can get drinks outsided that time frame without a special bracelet? or do you have access to everything other than the "adult only" section? Sorry about all my questions lol

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Originally Posted by dallace View Post

 

hey so just wondering for those who have been to sandos, I'm reading on the website that the "unlimited drinks" is only from 11 AM - 2 PM ?? Is there anywhere else in the resort that we can get drinks outsided that time frame without a special bracelet? or do you have access to everything other than the "adult only" section? Sorry about all my questions lol

 

The website says 11 AM to 2 AM not PM.  Im assuming the bars are closed during the other hours.

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Hello Sandos Playacar Brides!

 

You have really chosen the best destination for your wedding!

The Riviera Maya is a wonderful place to celebrate your love.

We do a lot of weddings in the Sandos Playacar and we invit you to visit our blog and one of our last wedding in the Sandos Playacar http://bluelenscaribe.com/blc/blue-lens-caribe-news/emily-and-rob-sandos-playacar-wedding/

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oh crap. thats what I meant to type was AM lol. I noticed In the caracol section of the resort the bar is open 24 hrs, so I guess what I'm asking is if your staying in the "playacar" section do you have access to the "caracol" section as well? The last time I was in mexico the resort we stayed at was 3 seperate resorts in one but we had access to all sections of the resort for food or drinks, would it work the same at sandos?

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The website says 11 AM to 2 AM not PM.  Im assuming the bars are closed during the other hours.



 



Originally Posted by jillybeannc View Post

Dallace-

 

On Sandos website it says 11am-2am not pm



 

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Dallace - The Caracol is a completely different hotel than the Playacar... Not on the same property at all. From what I understand, bars close at 2am at the Sandos Playacar.

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We are thinking about using Garden area to get married instead of the Beach, just because we don't really want to have people in bathing suites sitting right beside the wedding ceremony.  Has anyone gotten married in the Garden?  Is it more private than the beach, and also which restaurant would be the most private?

 

Thanks

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I am curious if a private beach or pool party is worth it and if you have details on how it worked out.  Anyone with info on this, it would be greatly appreciated. 

 

 

Thanks,

Tara

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