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Moon Palace Cancun Mexico April 11, 2009 **PRO PICS added to 1st post 5/7/09**

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Hi Cutierosie,


AWESOME REVIEW!! One of the best reviews I've read so far. I'm a bride to be and I have to say that you have answered all of my questions. I'm in the beginning process of wedding planning and Moon Palace was on top of my list. After reading your review, I've made up my mind. This is probably the only review I've found with a beach wedding this detailed and great photos to follow.

I'm planning for a 2011 wedding, although some may think it's too early for planning, I'd much rather get started ASAP. I loved your hair. I tried to view the link you posted of your hair, but it's no longer available. Can you provide a picture of it or an inspirational photo?


The only questions I have for you are: How long did the fireworks last? What time does the Discotheque close? What time do the bars in the resort close? Did your DJ provide a light show? How good was the DJ as far as keeping the crowd going and having everyone on the dance floor?


Thank You,



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Hello ladies,


I'm having a dilema and am in need of advice.


Here it goes:


Originally I was interested in Dreams Tulum Resort for my wedding because I've heard and read great things about it. Tulum is gorgeous and You have the perks of being near the Tulum ruins and chichen nitza is not far either. Then there's Moon Palace Resort in cancun. I've heard and read great things as well. The photos I've seen of the resort are amazing and I love the wedding packages they have to offer. Thing is, I really didn't want a wedding in cancun because I feel cancun is over rated. However, the perks to Moon palace is It's about 15-20 min from cancun airport and there is nightlife for those who want to party. Dreams Tulum is about 90 mins from cancun airport and really has no nightlife.


I'm unsure which resort would be ideal. I'm really confused. I know you can't please everyone but I don't want my guest to feel like they have limited options as far as entertainment. Most of my guest are in their late 20's to early 50's but mostly 28-40 yrs old. Suggestions are greatly appreciated :)



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