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Dreams PC/PB free wedding requirements

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    Posted 04 August 2009 - 12:27 AM

    Can one book a preferred deluxe room at Dreams Punta Cana and still be eligible for a free wedding? They seem to rank rooms differently than Dreams Palm Beach.

    At Dreams Punta Cana, the honeymoon suite appears to be lower ranked than a preferred club deluxe room and the wedding section of the Dreams PC site says that you need to book the honeymoon suite or higher.

    Dreams Palm Beach seems to rank the honeymoon suite higher than the preferred club deluxe room. The honeymoon suite is also considered preferred club. The website for Dreams Palm beach also states you must book a honeymoon suite or higher.

    Thanks for your help.

    #2 ebredhawk

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      Posted 04 August 2009 - 01:47 PM

      i would guess (although i'm sure past brides or other B2Bs can confirm) that a preferred room is going to be higher than the honeymoon no matter what.

      on the other hand, will you have at least 5 rooms for at least 4 nights? as long as you have that you don't need to worry about the room category.

      #3 SSNM

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        Posted 05 August 2009 - 11:45 PM

        At Dreams Palm Beach there only seems to be a preferred honeymoon suite and no "regular" honeymoon suite. At Dreams Punta Cana there seems to be a regular honeymoon suite and a preferred honeymoon suite and the preferred deluxe room ranks higher than the honeymoon suite (as you mentioned). Anyway, I think the answer is clear enough after viewing their website. I just wished that Palm Beach had the same type of hierarchy as Dreams PC. Thanks for the response.

        Oh and I may not have enough "rooms" booked; I am only inviting a few guests mostly comprised of families that may be bunking together in a family suite so the actual room count may not add up. Since most guests can be fickle in terms of their commitment to come I just want to be on the safe side and book at the appropriate category.

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