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#1 LCBride2007

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    Posted 20 November 2006 - 12:52 PM

    I was paging through my Modern Bride magazine (the Dec/Jan 2007 issue), and there was an article that had you answer a few questions to help determine what your "resort style" was. It then went on to suggest various resorts for each style - the styles were 1) Active Honeymooner, 2) Seclusion-Seeking Honeymooner, 3) Unplugged Honeymooner, and 4) Ultraluxury-Loving Honeymooner.

    Anyway, this resort falls under the first category - Active. Here is what the magazine says ...

    If you want big but not impersonal, try this upscale AI: It feels intimate despite its 200 rooms, and guests receive 5-star care. The party flows from the beach to six eateries - among them, Las Ventanas by Michelin-starred chef Sergi Arola - then on to the Piano Bar or the clubs of close-by Playa del Carmen. (Doubles from $764, all-inclusive; 800/999-9182 or royalhideaway.com)

    #2 Jackie

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      Posted 20 November 2006 - 12:55 PM

      Yeah!!!! Thats an Occidental Resort. I love hearring good stuff about Occidentals. Thanks Ann
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      #3 TammyWright

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      Posted 20 November 2006 - 02:37 PM

      its a great resort...i will try to find some pics.

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      #4 shanaynayf1

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        Posted 29 December 2006 - 05:03 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by akh
        I was paging through my Modern Bride magazine (the Dec/Jan 2007 issue), and there was an article that had you answer a few questions to help determine what your "resort style" was. It then went on to suggest various resorts for each style - the styles were 1) Active Honeymooner, 2) Seclusion-Seeking Honeymooner, 3) Unplugged Honeymooner, and 4) Ultraluxury-Loving Honeymooner.

        Anyway, this resort falls under the first category - Active. Here is what the magazine says ...

        If you want big but not impersonal, try this upscale AI: It feels intimate despite its 200 rooms, and guests receive 5-star care. The party flows from the beach to six eateries - among them, Las Ventanas by Michelin-starred chef Sergi Arola - then on to the Piano Bar or the clubs of close-by Playa del Carmen. (Doubles from $764, all-inclusive; 800/999-9182 or royalhideaway.com)
        This place is beautiful, my agent told me its 1250 for just a 3 night AI price
        Shannon




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