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Posted 29 July 2010 - 07:25 AM
How did you find this resort? Its beautiful! Have you seen a wedding that was done there? Sorry for the million questions but my FI and I are considering changing destinations and I am just trying to get some ideas on where else we could go!
Posted 30 July 2010 - 11:08 AM
My daughter was married at the neighboring Fairmont Mayakoba, and here is a link to my reviews on the vendors and services we used. As the resorts are in the same development, I thought the list might be helpful.
I see that you are from NY, and my daughter, her husband and most of our guests live in the city. The Mayakoba development exceeded everyone's expections! Best wishes for a wonderful wedding, and let me know if I can share any more info, especially on the logistics of transporting everything, the OOT bags, and guest management.
Posted 01 November 2010 - 06:20 AM
I would love to chat with you about your wedding; my fiance and will likely do our nuptuals there - any info would be greatly appreciated!
Posted 04 November 2010 - 11:22 AM
Hi Ladies! We are thinking about the Faimont as well, but they have been very slow to respond. Has anyone else experienced this as well?
Posted 05 November 2010 - 02:01 PM
I would suggest that you call the Fairmont Corporation's "800" number and ask for the Mayakoba, The phone will be answered in Spanish, but they speak excellent English. Ask for the events department, and take it from there. Things always go better when you make direct, personal contact.
I have corresponded with several couples here and on Trip Advisor, and once they've made contact and/or a site visit they were delighted with the Fairmont. The reason why I encourage couples to consider the Fairmont over the the other Mayakoba resorts is because the room rates and dining are likely to be less expensive for your guests. Rosewood and Banyan Tree are awesome, but they are pricey and the Fairmont is absolutely beautiful. Family and guests being able to share the whole weekend at the pools, on the beach, in the restaurants, etc. is what sets a destination wedding apart from other plans. You really want everyone to stay in the same place. The more reasonable your costs, the more quests will attend, but you still want to select a resort that is unique and not like places your guests may have visited before. Make it worth their travel dollars without being too expensive, and you don't want your wedding to be too packaged.
The event planner that we used is not longer with the hotel, but the management is the same. The couples I've corresponded with have been very happy with Adrienne's response and the services available for their wedding planning. That was our experience, and I encourage you to contact the Fairmont through the corporation's "800" number.
Posted 13 August 2011 - 11:40 PM
Hi All !
We ve recently got engaged and after going round the world and back trying to find a destination that we like. We ve found Rivieria Maya ticks all the boxes. We are seriously considering the rosewood for our small wedding 15 ! (as we are coming from England and Spain). Would love to hear from you as to how your day went brides and how you are getting on with plans brides to be.
Look forward to hearing from you I need all the help I can get !! x
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