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#1 SunWorshipper09

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    Posted 28 October 2009 - 09:07 PM

    Hi everyone!

    I am getting married in Puerto Vallarta at the end of December, and we will all be there for New Years. I was wondering if anyone has some good advice on what to do or go for New Years. All the guests are laid back about it and said that we will just see what happens, but I would like to know some options, or possibly book something.

    If you have any ideas, I would appreciate it!
    Thanks!

    #2 autjo

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      Posted 29 October 2009 - 02:52 AM

      Not sure where you are staying, but you might check with your resort if they have anything planned. I was in the Mayan Riviera over New Years and the resort had a party - balloon drop, dj, etc. Everyone dressed up and partied in the ballroom. It was a total blast.

      #3 weddinggirl72

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        Posted 29 October 2009 - 12:35 PM

        Most of the hotels have firework shows on the beach and as well as a big party. If you have a medium size group you may want to think about going to one of those restaurants in the hills (one with amazing views) and make your own party.
        So far 68 RSVP's and 56 people are booked to stay at the resort!

        #4 cutflicu

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          Posted 09 November 2009 - 09:41 PM

          I usually email my resort and then follow up with a phone call early in the morning or towards the end of the day. Good luck and hang in there. I know its frustrating!

          #5 cilly_girl

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            Posted 23 November 2009 - 03:08 PM

            We go to mexico every year for new years and have been to PV for 3 of them. Im sur eyour hotel will definately have a big bash planned, just make sure even if your hotel isnt doing fireworks, to make it to the beach for midnight, there are fireworks everywhere from all other hotels and the sky is comletely lit up, its amazing. I wouldnt recommend going off the resort only because it is sooo super busy, most mexicans take the day off and head to down town where there is a huge party in the streets which is fun but it is almost impossible to get a taxi home and there is no way a group can stay together, new years in mexico is amazing, im sure you'll love it
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            #6 ~Melissa~

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            Posted 23 November 2009 - 03:19 PM

            I can't think of a better city to spend new years and what a bonus all your loved ones will be with you! Def a new years to remember. I would maybe just plan soemthing at the resort so everyone can relax and not have to travel far. Like the girls mentioned email the resort to see whats going on. If you do want to escape the resort I'm sure the malecon will be hopping. What about a group excursion to las caletas?

            #7 SunWorshipper09

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              Posted 27 November 2009 - 04:08 AM

              Hey ladies!
              Thanks for the info! I am definitely excited to spend New Years in Mexico! We get married the 30th and New Years is the next day, so there will be two very exciting days! I was looking at Las Calentas Rhythm of the Nights New Years Party. I don't know if you heard of it? It is like the regular Rhythm of the Nights (boat ride to Las Calentas, dinner, and a theatre performance) and then there is a DJ beach party and fireworks, open bar. I am staying at the RIU hotel, so I should check in with them also! It is coming up sooo quick! Thanks for your comments!




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