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#1171 heeralalkris

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    Posted 01 April 2012 - 07:54 AM


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    #1172 heeralalkris

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      #1173 nicc80

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        Posted 01 April 2012 - 09:01 AM


        That's a nice plan LolaTX especially if you are meeting up after dinner:)  What is the dessert?

        Originally Posted by LolaTX 



        We are doing the bonfire too!  We are including open international bar and dessert for our guests. I think it was $18/per person.



         



         



        #1174 nicc80

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          Posted 01 April 2012 - 09:07 AM

          KCDawn, you are a pro, are you always this on top of things?:)

          I cannot believe I haven't thought of Facebook.  I am not always on it (because I am a teacher) so there is a lot I don't know about.  I really don't trust the privacy settings and am not a big fan of everyone on my list knowing what I am liking/viewing.  Ha ha... I am a pretty private person.  I guess this would be the best place to get a sneak peek of some of the fun things to do at secrets.

           

          I found the page and there is a tun of info so thanks a bunch!
           

          Originally Posted by KCDawn 

          Beachbride is correct.  They have the activities Beachbride listed and every day the guests receive a newsletter called the Sundial in their rooms which lists all of the activities.  Side note:  If you're on Facebook, find the facebook page for Secrets Maroma!  They have someone who manages it - the "e-concierge".   The E-concierge also has a separate page.  I follow both.  There are a lot of pictures posted by guests and people ask a lot of questions which get answered regularly by the e-concierge and other people who have been there.  It's been very helpful.  

           

          If you have a resort related question, I would post it on the facebook page rather than emailing the wedding coordinators to get the quickest response.  You'll also get answers and suggestions from other guests which is helpful.  If you look through the past posts, chances are someone has already asked the question and the answer is right there.

           



           



           



          #1175 nicc80

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            Posted 01 April 2012 - 09:11 AM

            Hi Nicole, I think the price as quoted is the cost of the next package up.  It's not adjusted because you are getting more in those packages and that is how the justify the increase in price.  You can always customize the package to fit your needs.  Say upgrade you package, but remove something that you don't need or swap it for flowers for example.  Ladies, am I right?

             


             

            Originally Posted by nicole1281 

            Hello, ladies!

             

            I am new here and trying to figure out if we will be able to swing a Secret Maroma Beach wedding in January.  We know this is the place for us, however we're not sure when we'll be able to save enough.  January does not give us much time, but we did want a short engagement.

             

            May question is this: I know that the first package is complimentary, we have decided to go with the Secrets Ultimate Package.  Do they apply a discount to the other packages to compensate for the Wedding in Paradise being free?  ie: Ultimate costs $2999 and the Wedding in Paradise is $949, do they adjust the price thus making the Ultimate $2050?

             

            I hope I haven't confused anyone.  Thanks for your help in advance!!

             

            Nicole



             



            #1176 nicc80

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              Posted 01 April 2012 - 09:12 AM


              Hi beachbride, yup that is exactly what I meant.  How does it feel to so close???  Thank you!  I have since found a few good snippets of info on Facebook.

              :)

              Originally Posted by beachbride2013 

              Hmmmmm.....pretty much all resorts have "entertainment" such as volleyball, dance lessons, yoga, cooking demonstrations, tequila tasting, and different things like that every day. There will probably be a list of things going and give time/location when you get to the resort. Besides that, the entertainment staff will likely be out all day looking for people to participate in those things. Not sure if that is what you are asking, but that is the only thing I can think of.
               



               



               



              #1177 nicc80

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                Posted 01 April 2012 - 09:20 AM

                Hello all, many unknowns floating through my head as July approaches.  I guess that's the tough part of destination weddings.  The unknown.  So I am now finalizing the beach bonfire.  We decided to include dinner on the beach.  A tad pricy.  It will be open, bar, canap©s (apps of some kind) music system rental for iPod,  then buffet style dinner.  Valeria mentioned something about it being the same as international buffet-whatever that means.  I can send pricing if anyone is still curious.

                Then we will just enjoy what's left of the bonfire.

                 

                My concern is that I'd much rather have a regular dinner, but it seems impossible to get a reservation/table for 30 at a regular restaurant.  Valeria didn't even respond to that question.  She just kind of skipped over it and responded to everything else.  I had heard that they were not willing to do that anyway. so... I am now wondering 

                 

                 

                Anyone heard anything about this buffet (international buffet)?  Is it any good? 

                 

                Is anyone else doing dinner with the bonfire for their entire group?



                #1178 nicc80

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                  Posted 01 April 2012 - 10:16 AM


                  How do you know what goes on at the resort on certain nights? :)  I too thought dinner on the beach would be cool. Kinda torn

                  Originally Posted by KCDawn 

                  We're planning on doing one too but I haven't talked to Valeria about planning it yet.  I guess I should get on that!  haha   I'd love to do the buffet on the beach but I hate to pay for another dinner when everyone's already paying for the all-inclusive.  I think we're just going to do the bonfire and the bar.  I'm thinking we might do dinner with our parents or something like that and let everyone else do dinner on their own. Plus, we're getting married on a Saturday and I think there's a good bit going on at the hotel on a Friday night (Fiesta night maybe??).   From what I've read, it sounds like they set up the bonfire and put some of the beach chairs around it.  I hadn't thought of decorations.  I think we're just going to keep it simple, but I'm all for ideas!  Love you girls and creativity!


                   



                   



                   



                  #1179 KCDawn

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                    Posted 01 April 2012 - 10:38 AM

                    You are too sweet!  I'm an accountant so I guess it's my nerdy tendency to read and research everything.  :-D
                     

                    Originally Posted by nicc80 

                    KCDawn, you are a pro, are you always this on top of things?:)

                    I cannot believe I haven't thought of Facebook.  I am not always on it (because I am a teacher) so there is a lot I don't know about.  I really don't trust the privacy settings and am not a big fan of everyone on my list knowing what I am liking/viewing.  Ha ha... I am a pretty private person.  I guess this would be the best place to get a sneak peek of some of the fun things to do at secrets.

                     

                    I found the page and there is a tun of info so thanks a bunch!
                     



                     


                     

                    I've picked up on a few things just by reading reviews and posts on the Facebook page.  If you're curious about a specific night of the week, email the e-concierge to ask.  Her email is info.semrc@secretsresorts.com.  I saw this on the E-Concierge's Facebook page today:

                     

                     

                     
                    I was wondering what days some of your theme parties are. Will be there in May. Want to plan an excursion and visiting Playa De Carmen, but dont want to miss your beach party or Mexican night!
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                    How do you know what goes on at the resort on certain nights? :)  I too thought dinner on the beach would be cool. Kinda torn



                     



                     



                    #1180 CriCri

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                      Posted 01 April 2012 - 12:49 PM

                      I'm getting married on thuesday and I have read that there is the Mexican night. Do you know exactly  what is itand where is it?

                       

                      I have read from somewhere (but I don't remember where) that one of the restaurants asks the reservation. Do you know which is?

                       

                      Have you already choosen your canopy decoration? Do you have any pictures to show me?

                       

                      Thanks

                      Bye

                      Cri






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