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To go All Inclusive or Not All Inclusive?


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#11 rosieposie

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    Posted 30 March 2010 - 05:26 PM

    hmm...i'm currently waiting for Estancia to quote me on their All Inclusive. Originally I was looking at Dreams PV, but turns out they're already booked for the date I want, so I am going to try Dreams Villamagna. I would check out the RIU properties but they do not perform ceremonies on sundays - not even symbolic...

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    #12 tiffaneyh

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      Posted 11 April 2010 - 09:33 PM

      I think all inclusive is the way to go. Not only is it easier for the bride it is also so much easier for your guests. I have vacationed to Mexico both ways and I will only go the AI route now. It is so nice to be able to put away your wallet when you get there. You and your guests will be so much more relaxed knowing that everything is taken care of.

      Just make sure you make it very clear to your guests that the resort you have chosen is AI so they don't get sticker shock. I am not sure of your friends and family, but mine would easily spend $150 per couple per day in food and alcohol. This makes AI a good deal after you account for those costs.
      Tiffaney

      Dreams Puerto Vallarta
      October 21, 2010

      #13 tiffaneyh

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        Posted 11 April 2010 - 09:36 PM

        One other thing to consider is the type of alcohol included in the AI. Some resorts like the Dreams and Riu Palace Vallarta have top shelf alcohol included. Others just have domestic beer and alcohol. Depending on what your guests like to drink it may be worth a little bit of extra money to have better beverages.
        Tiffaney

        Dreams Puerto Vallarta
        October 21, 2010




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