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Cancun Palace Wedding 2012- AMAZING (long with a lot of pictures)

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Thank you Melmelli!  I had such a hard time getting in touch with anyone to get any answers, time lines, prices etc.  The only way I was able to get in touch with anyone  was go to the FB page and complain there.  Finally I was able to speak to my actual wedding coordinator or else it would have litterally been the Monday I left for mexico, I was getting married on Friday.  I was shocked to get a call, especially just hours before leaving for the air port. 

I only had to put down like 1k or something to reserve everything and then I paid for everything else the day I left mexico.  They had it all printed out and they just charged it all to my room at the end of the stay.  I had no issues when it was all said and done. 

Good luck with everything!  Im sure it will turn out perfectly!

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Thank you Melmelli!  I had such a hard time getting in touch with anyone to get any answers, time lines, prices etc.  The only way I was able to get in touch with anyone  was go to the FB page and complain there.  Finally I was able to speak to my actual wedding coordinator or else it would have litterally been the Monday I left for mexico, I was getting married on Friday.  I was shocked to get a call, especially just hours before leaving for the air port.  I only had to put down like 1k or something to reserve everything and then I paid for everything else the day I left mexico.  They had it all printed out and they just charged it all to my room at the end of the stay.  I had no issues when it was all said and done.  Good luck with everything!  Im sure it will turn out perfectly!
Thank you! I will try that... Question where did you go for your groom wear? Thats the color i am doing gray..

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Your destination looked amazing and beautiful. Did you enjoy the hotel that you got married at? What month did you end up going and did you have a hard time getting a timely response on setting your wedding date with them?

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Thank you! I will try that... Question where did you go for your groom wear? Thats the color i am doing gray..
And when you say 83 rooms night book.. That mean you booked 83 rooms per ppl? And juan navarro was is prices reasonable? And about with everthing how you spend? If you dont mind me asking.. And what area did you chose for your reception? And i love your dress... Its maggie right? And how did you do with the carrying the dress on the plane? And how did you do with bringing all the stuff? And charges? From the airlines? And luggage? Thanks

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And when you say 83 rooms night book.. Does that mean you booked 83 rooms per ppl? And juan navarro was his prices reasonable? And about how much did you spend on everything? If you dont mind me asking.. And what area did you chose for your reception? And i love your dress... Its maggie right? And how did you do with the carrying the dress on the plane? And how did you do with bringing all the stuff? And charges? From the airlines? And luggage? Thanks

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 I loved our hotel.  I know that some people are complaining right now because of the name change and construction, but we are planning on going back next year!  We got married in May which is the LEAST humid month there.  The prices are better in May than they are in March or April, since that is their busy time.  It starts dying down in May and then June and July are hurricane season, so you may get tropical storms thoes months.  I was able to book my wedding date quicly, but eveythign else took forever. 

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Your destination looked amazing and beautiful. Did you enjoy the hotel that you got married at? What month did you end up going and did you have a hard time getting a timely response on setting your wedding date with them?

 

 

83 room night means that I had a total number of 83 "nights booked" with them.  I think that was most couples going for 5-7 nights.  Each night at the hotel counts for a room night towards your total number of nights booked.  So say there were three couples and they each booked 7 nights, you would have a total of  21 room nights booked.  You need 75 to qualify for unlimited private functions. 

 

Juan Navarro was one of the cheaper photographers that I found.  I dont understand your second question about how I spend...??

I chose the breeze terrace for our reception.  Both nights!  The rehersal and the wedding.  I think its one of the best locations. 

My dress was a Maggie Adorea!  I wish I could wear it ever day!!  Almost every girl that tries that dress on abolutly loves it!

I put my dress in a carry on bag.  I didnt want to have to carry it around the whole day but wanted to know it was safe.  It was and wasnt wrinkled or anything.  Its so humid there there once you hang out your cloths, most of the wrinkles come out any way. 

 

My husband got his suit from Nordstroms.  Its BCBG and its actually Kaki (although in some pics it looks grey).  The guys wore Kaki pants and white shirts from Macys.

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And when you say 83 rooms night book.. That mean you booked 83 rooms per ppl?
And juan navarro was is prices reasonable? And about with everthing how you spend?
If you dont mind me asking..
And what area did you chose for your reception?
And i love your dress... Its maggie right?
And how did you do with the carrying the dress on the plane?
And how did you do with bringing all the stuff? And charges? From the airlines? And luggage?
Thanks

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What a beautiful wedding - Congrats Palacebride27! you picked a great resort and did an amazing job of everything......well done! wishing you an equally successful journey ahead......all the best :)

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To piggy back on this, just so you know the breeze terrace is no longer available, as it is under construction (at least it was for my August 4 wedding at Cancun Palace/Hard Rock. We chose the garden terrace and loved it.

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