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#1 bbdq_21

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    Posted 11 June 2007 - 11:08 PM

    Hi all! Has anyone been married at this resort or attended a wedding there? I think I want to have my wedding there...

    #2 NATASHA

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      Posted 13 June 2007 - 12:20 AM

      I LOVE that resort. We spent a week there as part of our honeymoon.

      It would make for a beautiful small wedding. How many people are you planning on having? There are a number of spots where they could host the wedding, but it would depend on the size.

      FYI - staff is GREAT (really). Food is also quite good.

      It's expensive to stay there, but I'm sure they'd work with you on the cost.
      Shawn and NatashaHappily MarriedNovember 11, 2006

      #3 bbdq_21

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        Posted 13 June 2007 - 10:40 PM

        Hi, we would have no more than 45 people... it is really pricey and they are only quoting a 10% discount... which isnt a lot. I am not aure whether I should maybe go through DestinationWeddings.com - Destination Weddings and Honeymoons ro see if they can get me a better deal.... I dont mind paying for it if its unbelievable!

        #4 MikkiStreak

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          Posted 13 June 2007 - 10:58 PM

          Wow--- this place looks amazing!!! My God, I just want to retire and live there!!!

          #5 NATASHA

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            Posted 14 June 2007 - 05:38 PM

            It is a great place. Very beautiful and they can handle 45 people.

            Next door is Club Intrawest and there's Villa del Sol (further down the beach). You could look into those - if not for the wedding, then maybe to have most of your guests stay there. The Villa is really beautiful at La Casa Que Canta (I wonder if it's big enough to host the wedding) but Room #10 (called Besame Mucho) is AWESOME for you to stay in as well if you don't want to spend the Villa price.

            You might also look at the Amuleto for your wedding. I've seen photos from several weddings there which leads me to believe that they are a bit more accommodating price wise for groups.
            Shawn and NatashaHappily MarriedNovember 11, 2006

            #6 Stray

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              Posted 15 June 2007 - 02:15 PM

              We toured all of the best hotels in Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo in April 2007. Without question, La Casa Que Canta is absolutely one of the best. They have some amazing wedding sites and very romantic rooms, but you definitely pay for it!

              Amulteo is also an amazing hotel, but they've only done a handful of weddings to date. It's a very romantic, intimate and secluded hotel with probably the best view in the area. You can check out their website at Amuleto - A Boutique Hotel

              Other small romantic hotels in Zihuatanjeo that you might want to consider include La Quinta Troppo (near La Ropa Beach) and Hotel Las Palmas (near the airport). Club IntraWest and Villa del Sol are also great hotels on La Ropa Beach, but they're a bit less intimate.

              If you want more information, feel free to contact us at info@strayweddings.com

              #7 BN Fotografia

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                Posted 16 April 2009 - 05:30 PM

                La Casa Que Canta is indeed a stunning example of traditional Mexican architecture. It is built into the natural environment to a degree that is difficult to explain using words and incredible to experience. The service at the hotel is exceptional and the management, from a vendor's perspective, is genuinely friendly.

                #8 Elizabeth Medina

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                  Posted 16 April 2009 - 05:35 PM

                  I have wanted to visit La Casa Que Canta for years! I am sure it is a dream location!

                  #9 BN Fotografia

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                    Posted 16 April 2009 - 06:03 PM

                    Hello East Coast Elizabeth! La Casa Que Canta really is indeed special. From the first time I shot a wedding there, I developed a connection to the flowing lines of the buildings. The interior and exterior spaces are also quite spacious, hence, from a technical perspective, more condusive to varied shot angles and compositions... without being squished into a corner to get the shot! :-) Elizabeth, I checked out your website and blog and appreciate and enjoy your artistic vision, use of colour and use of architecture to create a sense of place and as backdrop. Cheers, West Coast Elizabeth (PS I hope to shoot a wedding at hacienda someday. The ones you have photographed at seem very visually interesting)

                    #10 Susan Pacek Photography

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                      Posted 17 April 2009 - 11:54 AM

                      This truly is one of those incredibly special places. I photographed a wedding there a year ago and fell in love as everyone has! Below, is a slideshow with highlights from the very small (bride and groom only) wedding and TTD session that followed. This will give you a better look at the architecture, color and beach area LCQC has to offer.

                      Kim & Paul

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