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#1 CaraW

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    Posted 13 April 2009 - 05:43 PM

    Hello ladies,
    I've recently started to consider doing a site visit. I was wondering, do you need to purchase a day pass for every resort you visit? or do you just contact them ahead of time and set a day and time to stop by?

    Thanks in advance!

    #2 KimmyG

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      Posted 13 April 2009 - 06:08 PM

      I haven't done this personally but I assume they will let you on the resort to give you a tour, let you look around, etc, at no charge. Just don't plan on putting on your bathing suit or eating anything (or maybe they will let you sample the food?)

      #3 TammyWright


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      Posted 13 April 2009 - 06:26 PM

      different resorts have different policies so you will need to contact their wc to see what it is...

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      #4 Gina

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        Posted 17 April 2009 - 07:46 PM

        I just got back from doing site visits at Blue Bay, Iberostar, Occidental Grand, Catolonia, and Dreams. I emailed each resort ahead of time and set appointments for each before my arrival. Make sure you get names of who you will be meeting. When you arrive at these resorts they are heavily secured and hard to get into if you are not a guest. Using the words "site inspection" to the guards helps. The language barrier was a huge challenge so brush up on your spanish!!! It was fun visiting so many of the fabulous resorts. Oh and rent a car its cheaper than doing by taxi. All the resorts are on one strip

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