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William asks…

Best place for a destination wedding?

Planning to get married next spring, but the planning process is going rather slow. If anyone who has had a wedding in the Caribbean can give some advice, it’d be greatly appreciated!!

Tijuana answers:

I am a travel agent and do many destination weddings.

No matter where you decide to get married, PLEASE, do not try to do it yourself. Every major Caribbean destination/resort has a wedding planning staff – their services are invaluable – I’ve seen brides become terribly stressed that have not used a planner.

Now, on to the question you asked – the best place. If your guests are all adults (no one under 18 permitted) I would recommend any of the three Sandals resorts on St. Lucia. If you’ve got some kids in the mix, just forget about Sandals, but look at other resorts on the island. Other “favorites” spots are: Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), Riviera Maya (south of Cancun, Mexico), and St. Thomas, (US Virgin Islands). The big advantage with St. Thomas, is that is a US territory and if you get married there, it considered to be in the US!

The only other pieces of advice I would leave with you are #1) use a travel agent that has experience working with destination weddings and wedding planners; #2) a more “upscale” and “all-inclusive” resort seems to yield the best, easiest, most memorable results.

Congratulations and enjoy the planning!

Sandra asks…

Looking for all-inclusive on a budget?

We are looking for an allinclusive resort in mexico or caribean on a budget. Anyone ever work with an agency or web site that they recommend? Don’t want to get ripped off with tax and tip and everyone has their own rating system. Looking for a fun place (adult only if possible) 30-60 crowd not too young/not too old. All food and liquor included, not just beer and wine. Thanks for any advice you fell like giving – we’d really appreciate it.

Tijuana answers:

Well you won’t get ripped with tax because tax is tax based on your base price, all inclusives or any holiday can sell off at any time, some suppliers have what’s called deal of the day and they sell certain properties up to midnight for special pricing, you are better off with a travel agent, if you don’t care what part of mexico you go to I would book last minute, but to get a hotel based on your age group I would use a travel agent so you don’t end up in a party hotel.

I would try Cabo, Puerto Vallarta or an off the path vacation in Mexico city.

Have fun

Happy planning

You can also try a cruise or a tour they are always fun.

Cunard is a great cruise company for your age group or try the Queen Mary…..

Paul asks…

Can you recommend an All-Inclusive AND Adult-Only Resort?

Preferable Mexico – we were thinking somewhere Cabos San Lucas? Something that is reasonably priced but still luxurious!
When I say “Adult-Only“, I simply mean no children. I don’t mean anything crazy or sexual by it!

Tijuana answers:

Hola! Ya we have one “swinger” type place in SJD called Desiree! Its quite the place.

You are looking for a no-children resort and we don’t have too many of those..most people want to vacation with their family…especially mexicans…they are very family oriented. You have the choices of:
Pueblo Bonito Pacifica
Villa del Arco
ME Melia Cabo San Lucas

But keep in mind, most of the resorts are gigantic and often you won’t even notice the children around….plus they usually have a kids club away from the main areas, or an adult only type pool area, so you won’t have to tolerate kids screaming and splashing. If you think you’d like to try them, then look into the Royal Solaris, Crowne Plaza and the Riu Sante Fe, or the El Presidente, or even the Westin Regina or Dreams or the Marquis.

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