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#1 Matt Adcock

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    Posted 20 October 2010 - 07:16 AM

    HOLA Amigas and Amigos of BDW!

     

    We recently shot a wedding at an amazing little spot and wanted to spread a little buzz.... Tulum is such a magical spot to get married and its time that the cabanas that exist there get some face time awareness on BDW.   Anyway,  please check out this awesome little spot. 

     

    We think tulum is a dream.... there are SO many little spots tucked away here that haven't been reviewed / discussed / discovered by BDW... We are going to change that!

     

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    These photos from BDW user ChillBride.   Check out Natalie's wedding slideshow from the amazing Sol Tamargo Here as well as her review on del sol here.

     


    http://cabanaslaluna.com/


    some text from their website:


    We had this dream... What if you could wash ashore on a beautiful tropical island with a group of friends and you would build yourself a cozy little settlement of colourful decorated, wooden houses right there on the beach? What if a local Mama would prepare lunches and dinners with local ingredients fresh from the sea and the gardens, serving it in the little village square? What if you could create your own electricity and water supply and be completely self-sufficient? Wouldn't that be a fairy tale come true?

    We thought so, so we bought a piece of beautiful beach land in Tulum (Mexico) and created our dream. It is the dream we want to share with you. Our own little magical island of authenticity: La Luna. La Luna is build like a tiny little village. Private, elegant, warm and friendly with a nice central gathering place where you can enjoy our local fresh dishes with our other guests.



    Also from their website:
    Restaurant:

    Our new restaurant; Las Estrellas. We will be blending European skills and recipes with fresh, local ingredients. Our specialties will be fish and vegetables, but of course there will be plenty more. We have the ability to do all that your palette could possibly desire.

    Our bread will be made fresh daily, and we will offer light lunches and healthy drinks throughout the day. In the mood for a mojito, beer or margarita? No problem! We will have all of that too.

    To keep in theme with the atmosphere that is La Luna, our restaurant will be quaint and intimate so that we can provide nothing but the best service to all of our customers. We look forward to serving you in the future.

    Creditcards are accepted in the restaurant.


    Download our menu here (PDF)


    Come to magical La Luna and enjoy a fairy tale come true!

    contact info:
    Carr. Tulum - Boca Paila km. 6.5 | Quintana Roo
    Tulum 77789, Mexico
    Phone: +1 818 631 9824 (USA) for reservations (9am CST until 6pm CST)
    Alternative numbers: +1 310 984 5484 or +52 1 984 116 1208 (the hotel directly, Mexico) for urgent matters only.

    E-mail: tulum@cabanaslaluna.com

    Here you can download a map and driving directions from Cancun Airport as a PDF file.



    Anybody have any experience here?   Love this spot!


    Cheers!
    matt

     



     



    #2 Mistinicole

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      Posted 02 December 2010 - 03:07 AM

      Thanks to you la luna heads up, I think this is where I want to book.

       

       

      THANK YOU for sharing!!!!



      #3 Chill Bride

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        Posted 07 December 2010 - 05:53 PM

        Matt,

         

        Thanks for posting this.  I completely agree with you about all the undiscovered places in Tulum.  It really is a very magical place!! Brides who like embracing a secluded, pristine, less commercial hotel venue, I would definitely check all the amazing eco-hotels in Tulum.

         

        I finally did my review of La Luna on here and other brides who are interested should also check out the many wedding reviews on Trip advisor of La Luna as well as other eco-resorts in Tulum (La Zebra, Nueva Vida de Ramiro, Rancho San Eric, etc...).

         

        But my first choice for a wedding will always be La Luna because of what a great experience it was to take over the whole place for a few days with all my loved ones, getting married on the magical beach, and the absolutely wonderful staff they have there.

         

        Natalie



        #4 Matt Adcock

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          Posted 08 December 2010 - 01:56 PM


          Thanks for posting the review Natalie!   Here was the link if you care to see, great honest feedback that we are sure will be appreciated by future brides! http://www.bestdesti...na/reviews#4064


          Saludos!
          matt

          Originally Posted by Chill Bride 

          Matt,

           

          Thanks for posting this.  I completely agree with you about all the undiscovered places in Tulum.  It really is a very magical place!! Brides who like embracing a secluded, pristine, less commercial hotel venue, I would definitely check all the amazing eco-hotels in Tulum.

           

          I finally did my review of La Luna on here and other brides who are interested should also check out the many wedding reviews on Trip advisor of La Luna as well as other eco-resorts in Tulum (La Zebra, Nueva Vida de Ramiro, Rancho San Eric, etc...).

           

          But my first choice for a wedding will always be La Luna because of what a great experience it was to take over the whole place for a few days with all my loved ones, getting married on the magical beach, and the absolutely wonderful staff they have there.

           

          Natalie

           


           






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