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Suggested Maya Riviera All Inclusives

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#1 jbateman

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    Posted 21 July 2010 - 03:34 PM

    My fiancee and I would like to get married next June in the Maya Riviera. We have a site visit next month and are staying at the Grand Princess. We'd like to see some of the wedding options at GP, but are also looking at visiting three other potential locations. Any one have suggestions for a great all inclusive with semi private beach. (We're only inviting immediate family, so we're looking for something that's a little more intimate.) We have a little ringer bearer, so must be family friendly.

    #2 clgriffi7

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      Posted 21 July 2010 - 03:52 PM

      I recommend looking at the Dreams resorts online - there are 4 locations in that area: Cancun, "Riviera Maya", Puerto Aventuras (south of Playa del Carmen) and Tulum. Each of the resorts offers either a beach ceremony or a non-beach location (either a gazebo or a chapel). All Dreams resorts are family friendly and they are relatively budget friendly too. Each of the 4 Dreams resorts are less than $1000 per person for 5 nights including a flight from North Carolina (not direct) when looking on Expedia. In fact, Dreams Puerto Aventuras (which I will likely choose once the date is close enough to book) was ~$750 pp for 5 nights.

      However, one of the best things about these resorts is that the website has a ton of wedding package information posted, so you should be able to make a quick yes/no decision prior to a visit or before talking to anyone at the resort.

      Good luck. Courtney

      #3 SDSteph

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        Posted 21 July 2010 - 03:58 PM

        Check out my website on the grand princess the link is in my siggy! Let me know how your stay is next month!

        I was also looking into the Gran Porto Real/Royal which is IN Playa del Carmen SUPER convient to everything

        I also looked into Occidental Xcaret Resort which is south of the area of Playacar
        And Sandos which is down there as well.

        I decided on the Princess based on price and it seemed to have good food, service, and rooms. The wedding itself we really didn't care where or how as long as we were getting married.

        I have lots of wedding stuff these resorts so just PM me if you need anything or have any questions
        Steph and Kel Mayan Riveria - February 2011http://www.stephnkelwedding.com

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