Newbie! All inclusive resorts!!
Posted 08 August 2013 - 09:59 PM
Posted 09 August 2013 - 02:11 AM
Welcome Britney and congratulations on your engagement! To answer some of your questions, the Riviera Maya is an amazing place for weddings! There are so many fabulous resorts where you can eat and drink for one great price. I would start with a great travel agent that can give you a sense of what some of your options are for resorts. The travel agent will take into account your preferences, such as a great beach, prices, whether they allow children, etc. Another thing you can do is to go on the Riviera Maya boards and go on resort-specific threads (e.g. Azul Sensatori) and read up to get more specifics. Everyone on here is so kind and willing to share that I'm sure you'll get great feedback. Personally, I am staying at an all-inclusive resort (Now Jade), but my wedding will be held at a private beach club in Playa Del Carmen. I hope this helps, and please don't hesitate to ask more questions! Again, welcome!
Hello ladies!!! I'm just starting the planning process but I'm totally sold on the all inclusive resort thing.. I know this will allow me to relax and enjoy if I know everyone is able to eat and drink it up ! I'm looking for an all inclusive in the cancun area I have recently spoken to people who have recommended the maya area for nicer beaches! I have never been to this part of Mexico but hoping to go in the next couple months! I would love to hear from you ladies to see which resort you choose! I looking for a resort with a drop dead beach for a wedding and possible reception! I also wanted to know it u went through the hotel it's self or a travel agency! Thank you in advance! Britney
Posted 09 August 2013 - 07:03 AM
I'm also newly engaged and looking to get married in Cancun! We were considering Cabo at first because it would be a short flight from where we live (San Diego), but we've heard nothing but good things about Cancun (plus you can't go in the beach at Cabo!) I've actually been looking at Now Jade. Let me know if you're going through a travel agent, I need a suggestion for a good one. The one I've been initially communicating with does not get back to my emails fast enough and it's very stressful when you're trying to plan a destination wedding!
Posted 09 August 2013 - 08:16 AM
If you are looking at Mexico, I'm going to the Excellence Playa Mujeres right after my wedding in Jamaica (Hey, we need some alone time.) And the resort looks amazing. However it's adults only. But, if you are not planning on bringing children, I would highly reccomend this place.
Posted 09 August 2013 - 08:18 AM
Aww, we're definitely having kids come (my nieces & nephews). A lot of the adult only resorts look really nice!
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