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#11 ~Melissa~

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 03:20 PM

what features of a hotel are you looking for? Will you be spending the majority of your honeymoon in your room ?

#12 lesley_mexico_bride

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    Posted 01 June 2010 - 01:59 PM

    I am getting married at Las Caletas and I am having a hard time finding a place for my guests to stay. As far as pricing, research, and online pictures, BV is one of my top choices. I want somewhere close to downtown (walking distance to Malecon is a plus) that was nice and had AI and EP option. Dreams and Premiere are too expensive for our guests. What are the rules on using Premiere facilities if staying at BV?

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    Posted 02 June 2010 - 10:49 AM

    When I was at BV a couple years ago, you could use the pool, spa, and one dinner at the Premiere. Things may have changed though so it's probably best to check with you TA just to be on the safe side...

    #14 lesley_mexico_bride

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      Posted 06 June 2010 - 08:58 PM

      thanks, that is good advice

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        Posted 07 June 2010 - 11:28 AM

        We stayed at Villa Premiere for one night after the wedding before heading up the coast to Bucerias. We got the spa suite and didn't do the all inclusive. I highly recommend it but it was very pricy (the one night was almost the total we spent for a two bedroom two story villa in Bucerias for 3 nights). It came with two massages, a jacuzzi two room suite, welcome massage and drink.

        We did the private dinner on the point that night. It cost 150 without the all inclusive and an extra 75 if you have the all inclusive. This includes wine and gratuity. The food and service were amazing. It was so nice to be out there on the grassy point watching the sunset and then the fireworks and just spending time just the two of us reflecting back over the wedding and the week. I know Buenv. and V. Prem. share facilities and meal plans so I would recommend you check on this option if you go with Buen. It is a four course meal. We had the shrimp, salad, cheese soup, lobster, sorbet option and everything was delicious.

        Also, I used the spa at Villa Premiere and it was amazing but I have heard Buen. also has a great spa and at a better price.




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