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#21 jennmariegarcia

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    Posted 12 February 2013 - 02:53 PM

    I went to EDM in Aug 2012 for a site visit, The property and the beach are serene. It was a very romantic trip and they have many beautiful locations for wedding ceremonies and reception. I loved the chapel, its right on the beach next to palm trees :) The resort is smaller with about 100 rooms, they also just opened a family section next door called El Dorado Maroma Generations. Its new, beautiful and great for families. The resort is also next door to the marina maroma which has many water sports and ATV and horseback riding tours. The location is remote from other resorts but it adds to the romantic getaway feel. The staff was great and the drinks (top shelf liquor) and the food were good too, 24 hour room service was a real plus! We booked our wedding for Paradisus in Playa Del Carmen which is completely different type of resort but I am regretting not going with Maroma, just thinking about the beach and the ambia

    nce there makes me miss it already. It was a very tough choice for me but if you love the beach and want a smaller type of resort with 5 star amenities, then this is the place to go, Hope I was able to help!



    #22 Lfcgirl88

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      Posted 13 February 2013 - 10:39 AM

      I went to EDM in Aug 2012 for a site visit, The property and the beach are serene. It was a very romantic trip and they have many beautiful locations for wedding ceremonies and reception. I loved the chapel, its right on the beach next to palm trees :) The resort is smaller with about 100 rooms, they also just opened a family section next door called El Dorado Maroma Generations. Its new, beautiful and great for families. The resort is also next door to the marina maroma which has many water sports and ATV and horseback riding tours. The location is remote from other resorts but it adds to the romantic getaway feel. The staff was great and the drinks (top shelf liquor) and the food were good too, 24 hour room service was a real plus! We booked our wedding for Paradisus in Playa Del Carmen which is completely different type of resort but I am regretting not going with Maroma, just thinking about the beach and the ambia nce there makes me miss it already. It was a very tough choice for me but if you love the beach and want a smaller type of resort with 5 star amenities, then this is the place to go, Hope I was able to help!

      Thanks so much for the review! Did you notice that there where many children around the EDM (beach, restaurants etc) because of the new generations hotel? I'm sure your wedding will be beautiful & you will love your choice!

      #23 jennmariegarcia

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        Posted 13 February 2013 - 12:57 PM

        When we went Generation had just opened and I don’t think they had any quests staying there yet. We toured the small resort and it was beautiful. They keep the kids separate from EDM, guest that are staying there and are 16 and over can use the restaurants, pool and amenities at EDM but children must stay at the Generations side. El Dorado Generation has its own pool, restaurant and beach front area to insure that EDM stays an adult’s only escape



        #24 SweetFire

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          Posted 13 February 2013 - 02:34 PM

          Congratulations ladies!  The El Dorado resorts have a great location with lots of natural beauty.  I'm sure this thread will help a lot of you work out some details from your upcoming wedding!

           

          Happy planning and let us know if we can help!

           

          Sofia

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          A few pictures from an El Dorado Royale wedding Lori shot a while back:

           

           

           



          #25 Lfcgirl88

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            Posted 14 February 2013 - 10:14 AM

            When we went Generation had just opened and I don’t think they had any quests staying there yet. We toured the small resort and it was beautiful. They keep the kids separate from EDM, guest that are staying there and are 16 and over can use the restaurants, pool and amenities at EDM but children must stay at the Generations side. El Dorado Generation has its own pool, restaurant and beach front area to insure that EDM stays an adult’s only escape

            Thanks x

            #26 wilderjas

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              Posted 15 March 2013 - 02:57 PM

              Hi,

              You said you were staying at Sensatori and getting married at the El Dorado Chapel, which is exactly what we were wanting to do.  Can you give me any feedback on how that worked out for you?  We will not be going until the end of summer. 

               

              Thanks so much!

               

              Jasmine






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