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Hi, I'm Anabel and I'm getting married May 16, 2018 and I will love to hear from different brides that are getting married in the same resort or that have in the past, just to get some tips or what to expect, and maybe to share this fun exciting adventure.. I have booked the beach for our ceremony and cocktail hour and the reception is at the Sky terrace which im very excited about...

 

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Congratulations Anabel and welcome to the forum!! You'll find lots of helpful information here. My name is Patty and I am one of the TA's with Wright Travel/BDW Forum. We have stayed at Royalton Riviera Cancun and they are a great resort, great food, nightlife, their spa is awesome and much more..... The Sky Terrace is a beautiful location with a great view of the ocean. Just let us know if we can answer any other questions for you or if you're looking for a TA to help with the travel arrangements for you and your guests just click the link below. Wright Travel is an award winning agency and we do a lot of business with Royalton resorts.  Thanks! TA Patty

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Hi, I'm Anabel and I'm getting married May 16, 2018 and I will love to hear from different brides that are getting married in the same resort or that have in the past, just to get some tips or what to expect, and maybe to share this fun exciting adventure.. I have booked the beach for our ceremony and cocktail hour and the reception is at the Sky terrace which im very excited about...

Congratulations Anabel! you have already your photographer? We will more then happy to have that honor, you can see more of my job here http://www.facebook.com/santamariaphotographer

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Yay! Let us know how the meal and reception goes. Did you get the paradise package? I keep wondering what the "free gift" is. I'm mostly nervous about the meal and DJ. We have to have family style instead of plated since I am at 70 people. I am getting married in July. We plan to have the wedding and reception on the Sky Terrace with cocktails on the beach. I've literally read EVERY trip advisor review on this place. Hope everything goes well. 

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Hi all I will be getting married at the royalton Riviera Cancun in February 2019 and was wondering what your experiences were with your weddings? What food package did you pick? How was the food? Hotel? I keep reading reviews and I’m a little concerned. Thank you! 

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@Belle315 join the brides Facebook group (Royalton Riviera Cancun Brides 2018/2019) and search all reviews. If you don’t have a FB then make one specifically for the group. I found it very helpful and wish I had joined it before picking and paying for everything. I will write a review once I get back home and things have settled. We had 70 guests and it was the most amazing family vacation. Everyone was so happy with the resort and we ate family meals for every meal while they were here. We had an amazing wedding day. I was planning on just going with the flow and not let little things get to me on the wedding day, but there was no need. EVERYTHING was perfect and much better than I could have expected or imagined. I’m still in awe. 

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@Belle315

Royalton Brides Facebook Review:
Review! 7/7/18
Paradise Package 71 guests
Rehearsal: Grande Marche (45ppl)
Ceremony: Sky Terrace 2pm
Cocktail hour: ballroom hall 2:30-3:30pm
Reception: Sky Terrace 6-10pm
Travel Agent: Raylene at Ever After (out of Las Vegas)
Off site coordinator: Charlyne
On site planner: Paola
Home base: Arlington, TX (DFW area)

I wrote a ridiculously long review (11 pages). It includes my itinerary, my 6 page travel letter for worry warts, guest bags, every detail of the hotel, cost, advice, etc. I’m not going to overload the FB page with it so here is a link to the review if you want to read it. In short, I would give this hotel and experience 5 stars and recommend you use an outside vendor for photography and DJ just for cost effective reasons. Theirs is amazing and will not disappoint. My favorite part of my stay was the wedding of course and the spa. Favorite people at the resort were Paola (wedding planner), Vividiana (check in), Veronica and Marisol (spa). https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RaFb19Pbn8tDvNY3_GSoZ8DX0plYaT_F

 

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