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Cancun Palace Rebranded as Hard Rock!?!

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Hey Ladies,

 

I was reading some posts on Trip Advisor about Cancun Palace. We are getting married there in February 2012. I saw a post that said Cancun Palace is going to be rebranded as a Hard Rock Hotel. Have any of you heard about this? I am very concerned! Please let me know if you have any details. Here is the post I was reading.

 

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g150807-i8-k4770333-Palace_Resorts_rebranding_most_hotels_to_the_Hard_Rock_Chain-Cancun_Yucatan_Peninsula.html

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Ok...so my fiance just called Cancun Palace and talked to them. They said the name of the hotel will be changing and it has already been confirmed. Oh great! What should I do now!?!

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Are you still able to have your wedding there? I would think the name changing shouldn't affect anything? I just said this in another post... but I will say it again... its all about you two and being surrounded by family and friends on your special day! You could be anywhere and it will still be one of the best days of your life and a milestone to be celebrated!

Best of luck.

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Lindy, 

 

What are you going to do about the rebranding? I am concerned about this as well. Our group does not include Hard Rock type of people and I just don't know what to do. 

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We are having are wedding in February. At this point we are just going to go ahead and have it at Cancun Palace or Hard Rock Cancun...whatever it is called at the time. We already have many people who have booked, so I don't know what esle to do.  I'm hoping the resort isn't half renovated to the new HRH and half of it still being older. I guess there is probably know way to find this info out for sure. I am just going to hope for the best, b/c I am tired of stressing about it!

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Lindy, 

 

What are you going to do about the rebranding? I am concerned about this as well. Our group does not include Hard Rock type of people and I just don't know what to do. 



 

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You have the right idea! We tried to battle it out with Palace on the principle that they should have directly notified those that booked their weddings, instead of us having to hear about it online. We have been assured time and again that the service and restaurants will remain the same and the only difference will be in the look of the lobby and guest rooms. Don't stress about it, I know your wedding will be beautiful! Can't wait to see how it turns out!

Originally Posted by Lindy S View Post

We are having are wedding in February. At this point we are just going to go ahead and have it at Cancun Palace or Hard Rock Cancun...whatever it is called at the time. We already have many people who have booked, so I don't know what esle to do.  I'm hoping the resort isn't half renovated to the new HRH and half of it still being older. I guess there is probably know way to find this info out for sure. I am just going to hope for the best, b/c I am tired of stressing about it!



 



 

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Not only is it the Cancun Palace, but also the Barcelo Playa Palace and Aventura. This was confirmed in person by my WC at our meeting yesterday!

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I will let you know how it turns out! I am really looking forward to it that's for sure! Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you out in any way!

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You have the right idea! We tried to battle it out with Palace on the principle that they should have directly notified those that booked their weddings, instead of us having to hear about it online. We have been assured time and again that the service and restaurants will remain the same and the only difference will be in the look of the lobby and guest rooms. Don't stress about it, I know your wedding will be beautiful! Can't wait to see how it turns out!



 



 

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Are you getting married on Saturday!?! That's so exciting! Congratulations :)
 

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Not only is it the Cancun Palace, but also the Barcelo Playa Palace and Aventura. This was confirmed in person by my WC at our meeting yesterday!



 

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Lindy, please share, how  was your wedding? I think they should have called all those who already booked a wedding to let them know the name change. Also, did you book rooms with Jennifer, she's so unprofessional.

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