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Our Lucaya Reef Village?! Confused!!

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Hello lovelies!! Just wondering if someone can help me...I'm so confused!! We are still deciding on a location for our DW! I think RIU is out of the question now because it is way to expensive for our budget. Anyway, now we are thinking maybe FREEPORT/LUCAYA. Not so busy and fits our budget better. Now is this a Radisson? Formerly Sheraton/Westin?? When I try to look up rates and wedding packages for 'Our Lucaya Reef Village' there's not much information...but so confused because it seems like all these hotels/resorts are all attached together under one building...does that makes sense even? I guess there is an option to choose AI or European Plan, resort fee?? I dunno what.gif Somebody H.E.L.P. please set me straight!!

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No worries everyone...I figured it out on my own, as per usual. This property is now owned by the Radisson...FYI--Here's the latest from OUR LUCAYA REEF VILLAGE FACTS SHEET

 

Our Lucaya Reef Village is part of Our Lucaya, a destination also consisting of

The Radisson at Our Lucaya Beach & Golf Resort. Together, Our Lucaya Reef

Village and The Radisson offer two unique resort experiences and over 1,200

guest rooms. The Radisson caters to a more adult-crowd with a perfect setting

for romance and a large meetings facility. Alternatively, the Our Lucaya Reef

Village is geared for families searching for a Caribbean escape, with familyfriendly

accomodations and an acclaimed children’s program. Guests to both

resorts have access to the shared golf, spa, dining, meeting and water sports

facilities.

 

Couples at Our Lucaya Reef Village can exchange vows on the beach,

with the Caribbean sun and gentle sound of ocean waves as the only witnesses, or

at a gazebo in the midst of a lovely tropical garden.

Those wishing to end the night with a formal reception can use one of Our Lucaya’s

restaurant facilities or hop next door to The Radisson, for its conference, wedding

and event space.

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