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Originally Posted by Candice View Post
Hi Ladies,

Does anyone have the 2010 price list yet? I would love to see it so we can FINALLY make some decisions!

Thanks :)
Hey Candice,
I have all the price lists for 2010, menu choices, along with pics of cake and flower choices etc... Let me know if you still need anything and I can forward you all I have!
Good Luck with all the decisions!

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yea we ended up having to pay for the extra empty seats we are having about 30-35 guests kinda sucks but well worth it. we didnt want to have the reception in a resturaunt with everyone else their and also we liked the idea of having a dancefloor and dj service for our first dance.

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Originally Posted by weneedhelpforwedding View Post
We are getting married on Nov 9, 2009 and the info we got back when we booked was 80 per person which included Private Beach Party: From 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Price includes: Private dinner (grill buffet), Domestic Open Bar, DJ service and Caribbean standard decoration. We require a minimum of 40 people. You are allowed to bring your own music CDâ€s. We are having it from 6 -10. Maybe they changed things im not sure but thats what we booked.
So you have to pay $85 USD per person for 40 people minimum + $2000 for the package? - or do they give you a package deal because of the separate beach party...also they have conveniently taken the DJ services out of the beach party pricing...which sucks - but you should still get it because it was the option at the time you booked - so fight for it if you have to! They've also added a Thai beach club party which starts at $100 USD per person...
I still haven't decided...
Congrats by the way, your day is coming very soon!!! You must be sooooo excited - are you all ready?
:o) I can't wait to hear your review! maybe you'll sway me the way for a beach party!!

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I have been to the G.R.P. Very nice resort. We stayed in the Platium suites. My only disappointment is the "private" pool you get has a limited number of chairs / beds and you had to be down there with your towel / book and "mark your territory" by 7:30 am!!! But you can definitley hang out by the pool too.


Stay away from the Seafood Resturant.... I was SOOOOO disappointed. sad.gif Mama Miahuh.gif (Italian) was Great and the Japanese place was Great. The buffets were not bad. Lots of varitey.


The pool closest to the beach wasn't that busy and Serigo makes a MEAN Carribean Reef!!! Oh My God... It knocked Tracey and I out a couple of times for our mid afternoon nap by the pool.... but they are so AMAZING!!!!


We went during Christmas last year so it was pretty busy too.


It's #4 on our list of places to get married.



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Originally Posted by alhanay24 View Post

Sorry I tried to attach the wedding package PDF but it did not work. I pasted the information below for the Royalty package. This is basic and then you decide whether you want the dinner in their restaurant which is free or have something private like the gala or beach party where they charge more.

Let me know if you need more info.

Organizing of the ceremony by the wedding coordinator
Legal ceremony perform with a judge from the Mexican City Hall
Marriage certificate valid in México
Bouquet with tropical flowers for the Bride
Boutonniere with tropical flowers for the Groom
Bride makes up and hairdo the day of the wedding in the Spa Beauty Salon
Wedding gazebo with standard decoration: white backdrops, 1 center piece with white
flowers, red carpet for the aisle, chairs with white covers & sashes (Other decorations and
locations available on request with an additional cost)
CD player and microphone available during the ceremony (Couple is allowed to bring their
own songs)
Cocktail hour with domestic open bar after the ceremony (1 hour service)
Wedding cake for 40 people
Special dinner for the couple and 38 guests in an a la carte Restaurant (restaurant is subject
to availability)
Honeymoon amenities and special decoration in the room the Wedding day
Preparation and ironing of the wedding dress and groomâ€s tuxedo
Nuptial breakfast taken to coupleâ€s room the day after the wedding ceremony
Couple massage the day after the wedding in the Hotel Spa
Use of bathrobes for the marring couple during entire stay
Late check out for the Bride & Groom (upon request and availability)
Price $2,000.00 USD
*For legal weddings in México the couple and 4 witnesses must be in the hotel 4 business days before
the wedding date. Saturdays and Sundays are not considered business days. The ceremony is
performed in English.
*Package for 40 people staying at the Resort, for additional guest the supplement is $12.00USD per
Judge will require a cash fee of $50.00 USD for transportation
Thank-you for the info on the Royalty package. I inquired about that and I was told that this is the 2010 package. It is unfortunate because it is the same price as the Princess package but has only half the stuff. Has anyone been able get the Royalty package for a 2009 wedding?

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I was just sent a new registration form so that they could draw up my contract. I slipped the Royalty package in as the package chosen on the form. I got a reply that they received my form and everything was fine, and they didn't mention anything about the package. I will have to keep you posted on what they say! I should be receiving my contract soon.

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