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#1 hanie

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    Posted 11 January 2013 - 10:50 PM

    Hello Brides!

     

    I'm getting married in about 5 months and have just recently started planning for me destination wedding. It took me about 3 months to finally decide on Tulum but I haven't found the right hotel yet.

    Can someone give me some hotel suggestions with the following services:

     

    - Hotel can accommodate at least 25 people

    - Beachfront / Beach view

    - AC & Hot Water

    - Wedding package available (preferably no extra charge)

    - Breakfast included

    - Affordable (around $150 per room)

    - Clean !!

     

    I may be asking for a lot and that can be why I'm not finding the perfect hotel but if anyone can give me some names, it would really help me get started!



    #2 Moments That Matter

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      Posted 12 January 2013 - 09:55 AM

       

      Welcome to the forum hanie, and Congrats on your destination wedding in Tulum! have you looked at some of the reviews on TripAdvisor? here's a link you could find helpful........

       

       

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      #3 AllieH

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      Posted 13 January 2013 - 06:41 PM

      hi! congratulations! are you working with a travel agent? they can quickly help you narrow down your options and weigh the different resorts. I'd highly recommend a travel agent if you don't have one already. 

      Originally Posted by hanie 

      Hello Brides!

       

      I'm getting married in about 5 months and have just recently started planning for me destination wedding. It took me about 3 months to finally decide on Tulum but I haven't found the right hotel yet.

      Can someone give me some hotel suggestions with the following services:

       

      - Hotel can accommodate at least 25 people

      - Beachfront / Beach view

      - AC & Hot Water

      - Wedding package available (preferably no extra charge)

      - Breakfast included

      - Affordable (around $150 per room)

      - Clean !!

       

      I may be asking for a lot and that can be why I'm not finding the perfect hotel but if anyone can give me some names, it would really help me get started!

       


       

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      #4 Pierre Violle

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        Posted 14 January 2013 - 03:19 AM

        Hi!

         

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        #5 mandjphoto

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          Posted 14 January 2013 - 01:58 PM

          Hi Hanie,

           

          I guess you are looking at May for Tulum. Prices tend to come down after Easter on the Riviera Maya. 

           

          We have shot weddings at Ana y Jose and at Las Ranitas. The Ana y Jose wedding was during the first week of June and the hotel was nearly empty during the following week. So, timing does matter as far as pricing goes.

           

          We do like Tulum since it has more boutique hotels with style, rather than big resorts that often seem impersonal.

           

          Good luck,

          Jennifer

           

          Here are a few photos from that area.

           

           

           

           

           

           



          #6 Darren Spencer

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            Posted 05 February 2013 - 10:11 AM

            Tulum is the perfect place to get married: Have you heard of these resorts:

             

            Jose & Ana, imagine your dream wedding on the beaches of Tulum, in the Riviera Maya, bathed by the morning sun, at sunset time or under the stars. Our chef's will surprise you with Caribbean seafood specialties and Mayan exotic traditions. Enjoy this special day while overlooking at our turquoise blue waters standing on white sandy beaches lit with tiki torches and mystical candles.

             

            Zulum Beach Club and Cabanas; located on the stunning beaches of Tulum. The hotel has its version of traditional Mayan weddings. The Mayan wedding here is performed only in the king beach-front rooms, and it is a Mayan ritual with a Shaman. A 3-night package includes breakfast in bed, one hour of romantic live music on the terrace during the first night, one hour of live mariachi music on the beach front deck during the last night, dinner on the beach deck, champagne tour to a private island, butterfly liberation ceremony and 5-hour tour through the most beautiful parts of the region.

             

            Mestizo Hotel Boutique Tulum; We count at La Casa del Mestio with seven rooms, a restaurant and a good extension of areas for events Anniversaries, Weddings, Productions and yoga retreats. El Mestizo Hotel Boutique Hotel counts with thirty rooms in different modalities, which is a complement of La Casa del Mestizo. By staying at our hotel, your customers can get intimate with the gifts of nature, like clear water, the vast white sand beach, the second largest reef in the world and fauna Sian Kan Biosphere, and the major archaeological sites of Mayan culture.

             

            Read more there about the other hotels and resorts for weddings: http://www.mayanexplore.com/weddings_det.php?m=129

             

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            This phots was taken in Tulum in sept last year!






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