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Just wondering, how many brides are reading trip advisor and worried. I know I need to stop reading it, but some reviews are really freaking me out.

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I have and yes, I am! Mainly about the issues like food poisoning and bed bugs concern me. Definitely not letting it ruin my day or anything, I think it's pretty funny that the really, really bad reviews usually finish with "And the weather was terrible all week!" People will complain about anything and everything if they are stuck inside during what was supposed to be a tropical vacation, so we have to take them all with a grain of salt...not to worry, it's going to be perfect girls!

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It's true....I think the weather is key. Both my sister and future sister-in-law have been to the ILA (on seperate occasions) and did not have any complaints. I'm sure they would have warned me if they did not recommed it for my wedding.

 

At the same time, I know its hard to avoid trip advisor.

 

Jen, thanks for the pictures.

 

Alicia

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Has anyone inquired as to how much the babysitting costs are? My MOH is coming with her child (9mths) and I'd like to be able to pay for babysitting for at least part of the day.

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Jen - after looking at your photo's I think I actually prefer the look of the terrace as opposed to the photo's I've seen of people getting married on the beach. I'm glad you posted the pics so thanks very much.

 

Trying not to worry about the reviews - new hotels normally take a year to bed in so fingers crossed by the time I go in December some of the problems will be resolved.

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HI there;

 

My fiance and I plan to marry at this resort in Sept. I was wondering if anyone can give me details on the wedding packages. I have emailed the wedding coordinator but so far have not received anything.

 

 

Any details would be great.

 

Thanks

Jodeen

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