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alysalynn

Xpu-ha / Aventura Cove Palace questions

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Hello! My fiance and I are planning to get married in the Riviera Maya in Nov. 2009 and are hopefully coming towards the end of the LONG process of narrowing down resorts.

 

We love the Palace resorts wedding package and love that tours are included for guests, but would like to keep the price to 300/couple/night max, and not sure if that can happen. I think the Xpu-Ha Palace looks great (I love all the animals) and I like that it has a good beach/snorkeling. But I can't find any info on this resort in the forum, and it doesn't look like they do many weddings(?)... can anyone shed light on why this may be?

 

We have a couple children coming to the wedding, and are happy to hear that Aventura Spa Palace is splitting in two, with Aventura Cove Palace allowing children. Guests could still choose the adults-only side, which is nice because I didn't want a resort completely child focused. I don't know how splitting the resorts will affect wedding locations/details/room prices, so if anyone has any info I'd appreciate it! (If the palace resorts do not work out, we're hoping for Dreams Tulum...)

 

Thank you,

Alysa

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Hi Alysa!

 

I am an Aventura bride in October 2009! The splitting of the resort doesn't affect much. If you have children with you, you have to be married at the South gazebo. And if you only have adults you can be married at either gazebo. So basically, for location at least, your choice is made for you if you have children with you.

 

As for room prices, for a double occupancy in our group rate its $366 a night. I don't know how much rooms with children are since we aren't having any children come with us.

 

If you have any questions, let me know! I probably have asked them all already anyway. :)

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If you go to the Palace Resorts website and click on the "book online" icon, you can put in dates and number of guests, type of room, etc, and it will give you a break down of the cost. This should at least give you an idea of which resort will work out best for you all. Hope this helps.

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