Jump to content

Photo

Rosewood Mayakoba


  • Please log in to reply
13 replies to this topic

#11 Walkersbride

Walkersbride
  • Newbie
  • 15 posts

    Posted 13 August 2011 - 11:41 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



    #12 Walkersbride

    Walkersbride
    • Newbie
    • 15 posts

      Posted 13 August 2011 - 11:41 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



      #13 whitkneejill

      whitkneejill
      • Newbie
      • 4 posts

        Posted 25 October 2011 - 01:41 PM

        i, too, am very much in the process of planning my wedding at the rosewood mayakoba (december 2012)! we're currently considering restaurants to hold our welcome reception at on friday night. any recommendations on places that are chic and nice but won't cost a fortune? thanks all!



        #14 Smidge

        Smidge
        • Newbie
        • 55 posts

          Posted 26 October 2011 - 10:33 AM

          The Mayakoba development is a bit isolated, so unless you want to travel to Playa del Carmen, I would stay within the gated community.  If you want to go some place other than than the Rosewood and are going to host a considerable number of people, consider the Terrazo Lawn at the Fairmont.  It's elevated with sweeping views down to the ocean.  That's where my daughter's Welcome Party was held, and the taco bar is a wonderful selection of local cuisine.  This is not "Taco Tico," but very gourmet and reasonably priced.  We added the prawns "fountain."   In the end, decided that prawns weren't necessary, but it was still a nice touch.

           

          For something smaller and more "sit down," look at the Banyan Tree restaurants or La Laguna at the Farimont.  I don't know the other resorts' restaurants, but La Laguna also has a lovely view down to the ocean.   






          0 user(s) are reading this topic

          0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users