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Does anyone have any good recommendations for a rehearsal dinner in Playa Del Carmen? I'll probably have about 25 people. Something where we could have a private space, good food and maybe a really trendy or romantic ambiance would be awesome! Thanks in advance!

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Originally Posted by Amberya17 View Post

 

Does anyone have any good recommendations for a rehearsal dinner in Playa Del Carmen? I'll probably have about 25 people. Something where we could have a private space, good food and maybe a really trendy or romantic ambiance would be awesome! Thanks in advance!

 

what about El Alux restaurant? a natural cave with a restaurant in it! beautiful and unique experience

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Seen the number of people and the wish for privacy, I suggest the terrace at Yaxche Maya Cuisine restaurant, part of the garden at Cueva del Chango (Mexican), rooftop at Hotel El punto, called La Azotea, and Aldea Corazon, with its beautiful garden at different levels 
 

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Hi Amberya,

 

If you haven't already picked a place, I just wanted to throw out one more: Luna Maya Restaurant in Playa del Carmen (http://www.lunamayarestaurante.com).

 

We got married at Hacienda del Mar, a beachfront villa in Puerto Aventuras, but wanted a completely different vibe for our rehearsal dinner. We had 36 people. The prices for a sit down dinner were out of our price range at Luna Maya (but seemingly the norm for a nice restaurant in the area). They actually proposed a passed hor douerves and cocktail reception on their rooftop to suit my budget. The rooftop is just as nice but more modern and partylike than the restaurant. It was an incredibly cool environment, the food (typical Yucatan dishes) was delicious, the drinks were good (to stay in our budget we only served sangria and margaritas) and best of all the service was remarkable. I was scared that it would not be top notch since we were taking a more affordable approach but even my picky NYer foodie friends noted the top-notch quality of the food and service.

 

Some pics from our RD below.

 

Good luck with your decision.

 

Cheers!

 

 

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Hello everyone,

If you care about food then I will suggest Casa del Agua since they have a private area on thier second floor. Since I am a picky person regarding food, food and beverage is very important for me, besides ambience.

 

Happy Planning!

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Are these restaurants in walking distance from certain resorts or will transportation be needed? We are looking at Riu RM and Royal Playa del Carmen.

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Originally Posted by Pierre Violle View Post

 

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Why not Coral beach club?   See on my page a Slideshow about Grand Coral Beach Club  The beach club is 5 minutes away from Playa del Carmen  with an amazing  front beach pool! . The dinner can take place outside and even on the beach if you like!

 

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