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I'm wondering if anyone planned a site visit to Beach Palace. I sent them a message through their website but they never got back to me. Is there a better way to get a hold of them to book that? 

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I'm wondering if anyone planned a site visit to Beach Palace. I sent them a message through their website but they never got back to me. Is there a better way to get a hold of them to book that? 

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Hi ladies!  I'm getting married at Beach Palace on May 9, 2014 and I'm currently working on setting up a room block for my wedding group.  I've been working with Liberty Travel and they said that I need to pay a $5,000 deposit and can only pay by check in order to reserve the rooms.  I asked why I couldn't pay with a credit card since that's what I used to pay for our wedding deposit.  

 

Does anyone have any advice in regards to the room blocks?  Did you use a travel agent or did you set up your room block directly with the resort?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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Hi ladies!  I'm getting married at Beach Palace on May 9, 2014 and I'm currently working on setting up a room block for my wedding group.  I've been working with Liberty Travel and they said that I need to pay a $5,000 deposit and can only pay by check in order to reserve the rooms.  I asked why I couldn't pay with a credit card since that's what I used to pay for our wedding deposit.  

 

Does anyone have any advice in regards to the room blocks?  Did you use a travel agent or did you set up your room block directly with the resort?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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Hi Jen,

 

You might want to try one of the BDW Travel Agents.  We Specialize in Destination weddings and are an ONYX level Agency with Palace Resorts.  We just held a Beach Palace webinar a few weeks ago.  Usually our deposits are not as high as $5k and we take credit card.

 

Contact a Destination Wedding Specialist HERE and I will direct you to the best agent that fits your needs.

 

You can read some of our reviews here: Wright Travel Agency ~ Destination Wedding Specialist Reviews HERE

Originally Posted by jenpangi View Post

Hi ladies!  I'm getting married at Beach Palace on May 9, 2014 and I'm currently working on setting up a room block for my wedding group.  I've been working with Liberty Travel and they said that I need to pay a $5,000 deposit and can only pay by check in order to reserve the rooms.  I asked why I couldn't pay with a credit card since that's what I used to pay for our wedding deposit.  

 

Does anyone have any advice in regards to the room blocks?  Did you use a travel agent or did you set up your room block directly with the resort?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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Hi Jen,

 

You might want to try one of the BDW Travel Agents.  We Specialize in Destination weddings and are an ONYX level Agency with Palace Resorts.  We just held a Beach Palace webinar a few weeks ago.  Usually our deposits are not as high as $5k and we take credit card.

 

Contact a Destination Wedding Specialist HERE and I will direct you to the best agent that fits your needs.

 

You can read some of our reviews here: Wright Travel Agency ~ Destination Wedding Specialist Reviews HERE

Originally Posted by jenpangi View Post

Hi ladies!  I'm getting married at Beach Palace on May 9, 2014 and I'm currently working on setting up a room block for my wedding group.  I've been working with Liberty Travel and they said that I need to pay a $5,000 deposit and can only pay by check in order to reserve the rooms.  I asked why I couldn't pay with a credit card since that's what I used to pay for our wedding deposit.  

 

Does anyone have any advice in regards to the room blocks?  Did you use a travel agent or did you set up your room block directly with the resort?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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Originally Posted by TinkerSofi View Post

 

I'm wondering if anyone planned a site visit to Beach Palace. I sent them a message through their website but they never got back to me. Is there a better way to get a hold of them to book that? 

Hi TinkerSofi,

 

I did!  Try these two ladies: They helped me book mine

 

Angie Mononnott <amononnott@palaceresorts.com>

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Originally Posted by TinkerSofi View Post

 

I'm wondering if anyone planned a site visit to Beach Palace. I sent them a message through their website but they never got back to me. Is there a better way to get a hold of them to book that? 

Hi TinkerSofi,

 

I did!  Try these two ladies: They helped me book mine

 

Angie Mononnott <amononnott@palaceresorts.com>

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