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Yes exactly, they are differents resorts with different hotels executive. In case you need any information from these hotels, do not hesitate in contact me any time. we have worked on these properties as preferred vendors for many years, and we have done amazing events there.

 

warmest regards from sunny Riviera Maya

 

Gabi Lavor

 

 

 

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Hey girls! I'm not writing as vendor, on Sunday my boyfriend gave me the engagement ring, so now I'm writing as engaged!. Like you, I want so much to get married on the beach!.

 

I'll be happy to read your tips! :)


 

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Hi congratulations! I looked into Rosewood Mayakoba for my wedding, we even went to visit! Its beautiful, but there are other places that are beautiful. The main problem was that we had to make our guests book minimum 10 suites in order to have the wedding. our wedding was already slanted to be small, so pretty much if one couple would drop out, the wedding contract would be in violation ( word " MAJOR STRESS"). At the end of the day I really didn't feel like being a "sales" for Rosewood and trying to sell suites to my friends and family. I have enough stress in wedding planning as is. I also don't like to convince people to spend $400 plus on the stay per night because people have different budgets and already go out of the way to travel to a destination wedding.

So this was a major set back, and sounded like they only care to make as much $$$ as possible. Sure they are a lovely property and everyone wants to make $$, but during our visit we discovered the Fairmont Mayakoba and Banyan tree, right next door with the same kind of feel about them, and both don't force wicked policies on the brides. FYI big catch: They offer a discount if these ten suites are booked, but after resort fees, and sky high taxes it goes back up anyway, and not even breakfast is included in the nightly rate. So I recommend to look around more, in Riviera Maya they have some much more to offer with better options and less restricting policies. Good luck! 

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palmsnsand -- I agree with you. We toured the Rosewood and it is absolutely gorgeous. But the room restrictions were difficult. I would definitely stay there with my future husband on another trip but would not work for the group wedding. Which place did you end up choosing?

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Hola Walkersbride,

 

We just finished a wedding at the Rosewood Mayakoba!! Gorgeous wedding story with 125 guests, here are a few of my favorite moments:

 

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If you need help visualizing your day, check out Amanda + Ryan's slideshow HERE.

 

Happy Planning!!

 

Originally Posted by Walkersbride View Post

How did your wedding go at The Rosewood ? I´d love to see your pictures xx
 

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