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Hi everyone

I am getting married at the moon palace, we are ddeparting on 28th March 2011 but date of wedding is yet to be confirmed.

I was looking at getting the ruby package but have yet to read about anyone having that package on this site yet.

Got some really useful information from this site so far!!

Jacqui x
There's a bride on this site that just got back from her Aventura Palace wedding & I think she used the Ruby package (the pacakges are the same at both resorts)...check out this thread: http://bestdestinationwedding.com/fo...-review-60218/

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Ladies booking under a Palace Resort membership:

 

Have you ladies gotten any rates yet? I keep asking my contact in Miami for exact figures or quotes, and she has yet to get back to me. I just wanted to see if anyone else had gotten any solid rates.

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Ladies booking under a Palace Resort membership:

Have you ladies gotten any rates yet? I keep asking my contact in Miami for exact figures or quotes, and she has yet to get back to me. I just wanted to see if anyone else had gotten any solid rates.
I don't know about rates through a Palace Resort membership but I do have rate quotes from my TA. I've had them since March or April for my wedding NEXT June.

Just curious: have you ladies noticed that in the recent MP reviews that are being posted, lots of brides are mentioning that the resort has been at 60% capacity or less? I hope that this lull in tourism will translate into further price drops for us!

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I don't know about rates through a Palace Resort membership but I do have rate quotes from my TA. I've had them since March or April for my wedding NEXT June.

Just curious: have you ladies noticed that in the recent MP reviews that are being posted, lots of brides are mentioning that the resort has been at 60% capacity or less? I hope that this lull in tourism will translate into further price drops for us!
Hi, the resort was definately less than 50% while we were there. I didnt mind i'd rather that than get money off to be honest. You certainly get better attention from bar and pool staff and no need to book for the restaurants either which was brilliant. You are going to have such a great time, i want to get married again!smile120.gif!

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Hi, the resort was definately less than 50% while we were there. I didnt mind i'd rather that than get money off to be honest. You certainly get better attention from bar and pool staff and no need to book for the restaurants either which was brilliant. You are going to have such a great time, i want to get married again!smile120.gif!
You're right, I didn't think of this! The staff will definitely be more attentive, but on the flip side, I would like my guests to be able to extend their trips or have more people to come with cheaper rates.

Either way, it's a win-win! cheer2.gif

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Hi!!

 

I have it narrowed down to Moon Palace and Dreams Tulum... but i am REALLY leaning to MP, just waiting for some price estimates cheesy.gif

 

I feel a little behind as a lot you you have already booked!

I guess I better get on it!

 

Anyone hear or find any specials for April 2011 besides the 1500$ in MP money?

specifically involving kids staying free or at a discount?

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Hi!!

I have it narrowed down to Moon Palace and Dreams Tulum... but i am REALLY leaning to MP, just waiting for some price estimates cheesy.gif

I feel a little behind as a lot you you have already booked!
I guess I better get on it!

Anyone hear or find any specials for April 2011 besides the 1500$ in MP money?
specifically involving kids staying free or at a discount?

I know that MP traditionally runs a Kids Stay Free promotion over the summer. BUT, I also heard that it's not hard to negotiate with the Wedding Coordinators if you are dogmatic. Good Luck!

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a kids special would be really helpful!!

 

Has anyone seen a thread on the reception locations?

it would be so great to have all this info in one spot ( pictures, reviews, location on the resort)

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Hi all you lovely and very lucky palace brides-to-bes!

 

I got married at MP recently, and now its all over, I know I won't be using this site as much sad.gif I will still come on and be nosey at peoples weddings for old times sake, but I have nothing left to plan now sad.gif

 

So, I didn't see the point in letting all my points go to waste...so I've given you all a wee donation. I know how hard it is when your a "noob" on here, trying to open attachments etc and getting hit with messages telling you don't have enough points...so hopefully you all have enough now! Spend wisely!hehe

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