Heads up to all of us undecided mexico brides!
Posted 11 March 2009 - 07:13 PM
Hi fellow beach brides
I would recommend the Barcelo Riviera Maya. They have 5 resorts that range in price from low end, medium, and the palace which is exquisite. My fiance and I chose this resort for that very reason and we are going to stay at the palace since they are suites and offer extra stuff. The resort is excellent if you will have kids attending because they have alot to do and also have a great kids club. My family and I have been going to the Barcelo since Spring 2004 and have never had any complaints. We are actually going on a family vacation at the barcelo riviera maya tropical in may and my fiance and I are doing our site visit then. The resort also offers a beautiful wedding gazebo to get married at if you don't want to be right on the beach and they also have a couple of chapels. See the other threads on the Barcelo if you want more information, you can also look on my wedsite Lauren & Nate - wedding website by mywedding.com for more information on the resort, some parts are still under construction.
P.S. I saw that show on the travel channel and all the resorts are beautiful! Ultimately where you choose will be the perfect place for your wedding and your day!
Posted 14 May 2009 - 01:37 AM
Posted 14 May 2009 - 10:09 PM
| Originally Posted by ccone |
Does anyone know if any of those resorts are all-inclusive and allow kids?
All of them are european hotels (you pay what you eat) and kids are welcome.
Posted 14 May 2009 - 10:26 PM
| Originally Posted by GinalynL |
I looked it up since I missed it and didn't get to DVR it.
10.Isla Navidad Golf Course, Marina & Resort
9.Le Meridien Cancun Resort & Spa
8.La Jolla de Mismaloya
7.Casa Del Mar Golf Resort & Spa
6.Westin Regina Puerto Vallarta
5.Fairmont Acapulco Princess
4.Fiesta Americana Grand Coral Beach
3.Camino Real Las Hadas
2.Westin Regina Golf & Beach Resort Los Cabos
1.Melia Cabo Real Beach & Golf Resort
okay i haven't been to any of these yet.. *FINGERS CROSSED*
Posted 23 May 2009 - 04:36 PM
Many expats own hotels in town so you wont have to deal with language issues or cultural issues.
It is a great way to go and a lot more fun
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