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#121 jujigirl

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    Posted 12 February 2008 - 07:44 PM

    Does anyone know if Dreams will allow for quadruple occupancy in the rooms with two doubles? Ryan and I are planning on paying for two nights of our attendants stay (14 people total) and it's getting EXTREMELY out of hand. I really like Dreams and didn't know if something could be coordinated?

    #122 B&J2008

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      Posted 12 February 2008 - 07:47 PM

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      Does anyone know if Dreams will allow for quadruple occupancy in the rooms with two doubles? Ryan and I are planning on paying for two nights of our attendants stay (14 people total) and it's getting EXTREMELY out of hand. I really like Dreams and didn't know if something could be coordinated?
      I actully asked this also, but from what I was told, its not possible, unless its children. When I got my rates for my room block, it included the rate for a third person in the room but not four.

      #123 B&J2008

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        Posted 12 February 2008 - 07:55 PM

        Question about flowers also...when those who have been married there already, say that they sent pics to Sandra, do you mean before you actully arrive in Mexico? Or do you just take them with you when you go? I'm not getting married til Oct., so didn't want to send anything too early, but I want to make sure I get what I want. Did you all just use the bouquet that came with your wedding package?

        #124 monicabrandon2008

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          Posted 12 February 2008 - 07:59 PM

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          Question about flowers also...when those who have been married there already, say that they sent pics to Sandra, do you mean before you actully arrive in Mexico? Or do you just take them with you when you go? I'm not getting married til Oct., so didn't want to send anything too early, but I want to make sure I get what I want. Did you all just use the bouquet that came with your wedding package?

          I sent Sandra a picture of what I wanted to make sure she could get them and she said yes but I will be bringing the picture with me also.
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          #125 SunBride

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            Posted 12 February 2008 - 11:02 PM

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            At night, yes men to have pants + shoes but I did see some people have sandals.

            As for the lunch, men need a t-shirt + dry bathing suite + sandal
            Women can keep their bathing suite but need something to cover it. Think of it, would you like to eat next to someone in a bathing that you do not know?
            (lunch buffet, Mexican restaurant and Sea side grill/ lunch + breakfast meals)

            If you want to stay on your beach chair, their is always a cook next to the quiet pool, on the sand so you do not need to get dress to eat.

            What we did sometimes was to ask our beach waiter to get us some things from Sea Side Grill... he just loved us with our 20$ tip ! So he just came over to our beach chairs with our plates ! Dreams Tulum staff is amazing!
            Not all restaurants require men to wear pants and closed shoes at nights. It use to be clear on the old website, but they put up a new website a couple weeks ago and now the info isn't there (I saw it there about 2-3 weeks ago). It used to clarify that some of the restaurants were casual (shorts and sandals okay) and some were semi-formal (pants and closed toe shoes for the men). There was a little link for dress codes that you clicked on which clearly explained the dress code for each restaurant. I can't remember which are which. I'm guessing Portofino and Bordeaux are semi-formal, and I specifically remember Seaside grill being casual, but I don't remember for the others.

            I'll get in touch with the concierge to ask

            #126 AmyInMI

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              Posted 12 February 2008 - 11:31 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by jujigirl
              Does anyone know if Dreams will allow for quadruple occupancy in the rooms with two doubles? Ryan and I are planning on paying for two nights of our attendants stay (14 people total) and it's getting EXTREMELY out of hand. I really like Dreams and didn't know if something could be coordinated?

              Unfortnately Dreams will not allow you to have 4 adults in a room.
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              #127 donandcorri

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                Posted 13 February 2008 - 12:43 AM

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                Originally Posted by B&J2008
                Question about flowers also...when those who have been married there already, say that they sent pics to Sandra, do you mean before you actully arrive in Mexico? Or do you just take them with you when you go? I'm not getting married til Oct., so didn't want to send anything too early, but I want to make sure I get what I want. Did you all just use the bouquet that came with your wedding package?
                Send pictures prior to going to Mexico - it doesn't have to be now if your wedding is in October but definitely do it before you leave. I sent a picture of my first choice for flowers (Orchids) and Sandra emailed me back saying that this would cost an extra $400USD - I was definitely glad to have found that out before I left so I had time to rethink my choice.
                I also brought all of my inspiration pictures with me to Mexico.

                #128 monicabrandon2008

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                  Posted 13 February 2008 - 12:50 AM

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                  Originally Posted by SunBride
                  Not all restaurants require men to wear pants and closed shoes at nights. It use to be clear on the old website, but they put up a new website a couple weeks ago and now the info isn't there (I saw it there about 2-3 weeks ago). It used to clarify that some of the restaurants were casual (shorts and sandals okay) and some were semi-formal (pants and closed toe shoes for the men). There was a little link for dress codes that you clicked on which clearly explained the dress code for each restaurant. I can't remember which are which. I'm guessing Portofino and Bordeaux are semi-formal, and I specifically remember Seaside grill being casual, but I don't remember for the others.

                  I'll get in touch with the concierge to ask

                  Thanks that would be great.
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                  #129 IowaChik22

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                    Posted 13 February 2008 - 06:20 PM

                    Happy Valentines!!! I have a couple of questions for you veterans!!! When do the pictures actually take place...after the ceremony or do you get to choose? How much did you pay to buy the entire CD of pictures? How many of you saw your groom before hand? What is something that you absolutely can not leave without seeing? My guests are only staying for about 3 days and I would like some idea of what would be really great for them to do! If you are only doing a symbolic ceremony do you still get some sort of certificate or anything? I think we are going to get married in the states before we leave!? I have tons on my mind if you can't tell!!!!

                    #130 amy706

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                      Posted 13 February 2008 - 10:50 PM

                      I haven't gotten married there yet but i did a site visit and i though the tulum ruins (5 min cab away or so i hear treacherous bike ride) are absolutely GORGEOUS. defintiely worth seeing. ancient ruins right on this gorgeous turqouise beach. I dont have answers for your other questions though! :)
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