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Does anyone know if there is a new WC at the palladium?! I have heard that it changed hands again. I just got my credit card bill for reserving our wedding date and it was charged twice! errr.. and now I cant get any reply back from them when I email! its so frustrating.

I met the new WC two weeks ago. Her name is Julian Chang and also her assistants Lori and Suzanne. They were very nice but a little unorganized. I asked what happened to Jascynthia and they said she is long gone.

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The rates for my trip in October went down considerably as well. Unfortunately myself and most of my guests had already paid in full so the only benefit is for those people who waited until last minute to book! A little frustrating and I feel really bad about the guest who paid full price but I guess that is the chance you take when you are planning a wedding.....

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Jane, I am so sorry to hear that about your booking. I am hoping you get things worked out in your favor real soon. Yes, I do have everything in writting.

 

Dea, i am glad to hear that Lori and Julian are pleasant to dead with. Puts my mind at ease.

 

Thanks Ladies,

Tasha

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Does Apple tours have a website?
I'm pretty sure Apple Tours is something that only TAs can use - I found Apple Vacations online, but their price was not that cheap. My girlfriend found the cheaper rate through a AAA Travel Agent, who got the rate through Apple Tours, if that helps at all.

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Can anyone recommend a company for transfers from the airport to the resort? Some of my guests are arriving a few days before us and do not have a transfer included in their package. I wanted to email them with contact information for a transfer to the resort in case they needed it. They have a 10hr flight from Scotland so I don’t want them having any troubles getting to the resort after they arrive at the airport! Thanks!

Jane

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Hey guys I noticed a few of us have wedding dates close together, My date is November 14th and I will be flying down on the last week of October to work out final details, we need to email each other and see if there are ways we can save money on some of the same things.

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Can anyone recommend a company for transfers from the airport to the resort? Some of my guests are arriving a few days before us and do not have a transfer included in their package. I wanted to email them with contact information for a transfer to the resort in case they needed it. They have a 10hr flight from Scotland so I donâ€t want them having any troubles getting to the resort after they arrive at the airport! Thanks!
Jane
YES! Reggae Tours. They are great and reliable! If you go to the palladium addict website there is contact informatino there.

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Hi Everyone!

 

I got married at the Palladium May 14th. For anyone around that date....did you recieve your marriage certificate via mail yet? I think it was supposed to be about 8 weeks and obviously we're past that. Also, in our package we were to get a "special engraved gift". No sign of that either.

 

I understand there is a new wedding coordinator. Does anyone have her contact info? And does she reply to messages? I'm thinking not, but thought I would try.

 

Thanks!

 

Tara

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