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Hi Everyone,


My fiance and I are looking into Cabo resorts for a December 2015 destination wedding and Cabo Azul is one of the possible venues. We love the look of the place, but many of the contract details and policies are extremely concerning. Given the recent hurricane I haven't been able to speak to their wedding coordinator on the phone, but after reviewing the PDF's she sent, I'm worried booking here is a bad idea. 


Does anyone have any recent information and/or experience with booking a wedding here? I'm specifically looking for tips on the following items:

  • Alcohol policies: has anyone negotiated an open bar or changes to the above and beyond wine/champagne/signature cocktail costs?
  • Vendor Fees: are outside vendors allowed and if so, is there a fee?
  • General Satisfaction: did you have a good experience with your wedding? What do you wish you knew before booking?
  • Were there any hidden costs?
  • How much was your total Cabo Azul costs? We will likely have 45-60 guests. 

Thanks for your help!



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Hi Mandi - welcome to BDW! 


A quick search of the Cabo boards revealed some older threads about Cabo Azul, but I didn't see anything recent. You may want to search further there: http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/38-destination-wedding-in-cabo/


I'd highly recommend working with a travel agent who has experience with destination weddings. Wright Travel is a great choice - you can contact them via the link in my signature. They can help you with travel planning as well as many of the wedding planning questions you may have as you choose a resort. I know @@TammyWright (owner of BDW & WTA) is very familiar with Cabo. 

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Welcome to our forum community, Mandi, and Congrats on your upcoming Cabo Azul wedding next Dec!!!


You've come to the right place to find lots of helpful info to assist you with your plans, so well done on getting off to a great start already :)


Here's an image showing how beautiful a beach wedding can be - to get those creative juices flowing.....enjoy :)





you can see more photos for added inspiration, at this link: Cover Photos


Wishing you all the best with your plans - cheers!!! team MTM :)

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