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My husband and I are planning a trip to Puerto Vallarta for our anniversary in February. We want something all inclusive where we can relax. We've heard good things about Dreams Resort but don't know if it's our best bet. Any suggestions?

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

The Dreams resort is nice - but wouldn't be our top choice for an anniversary due to the large number of kids/families. My top 3 recommendations for you would be: Riu Palace Pacifico Marival Vallarta Palace (great resort credit promotion currently) Glad to get you pricing if we can assist. Need dates of travel.

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Looking for an all inclusive resort for adults or couples. We are looking at Jamaica and Mexico. Looking for a beachfront room and great beach and something that might offer a dinner cruise near by. Do you have any suggestions? Like shopping near by but w

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

There generally is more shopping in Mexico than in Jamaica - so I'd generally push clients to either Cancun or Playa del Carmen as a result. Perhaps The Royal Cancun or The Royal Playa del Carmen - both in central locations would be good choices for you.

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We are three couples with small children looking for a great (no kids!) getaway next February. Which all-inclusive resort is the best, particularly for food and a beautiful beach? Rather not go to Mexico.

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

Beaches Turks and Caicos is far and away the best family all-inclusive resort in North America. Other non-Mexico AIs that may be good fits are: Iberostar Rose Hall Suites, Beaches Negril, Paradisus Palma Real, Beaches Boscobel, Iberostar Bavaro, and more.

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What do you think of "The Royal" in playa del, vs. the El Dorado Royale? Looking for that great beach and great entertainment either in Jamaica or Mexico, or anywhere in the carribean. Thanks in advance.

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

The Royal has the nicer beach of the 2. EDR's beach is fine, but the ocean isn't as swimmable as other properties (Secrets Maroma, Iberostar Grand, El Dorado Maroma, etc.) due to erosion barriers. Everyone's concept of entertainment is different, but Iberostar Grands in any 3 locations, Sandals Negril, Couples Swept Away, Secrets Maroma, El Dorado Royale, The Royal Playa, etc. all have nice beaches and good entertainment on & off property.

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My fiance and I are wanting to have a destination wedding at Beaches in Turks & Caicos. We are looking at having it in August of 2012, and were wondering if this is a good time to go (in terms of price). We will have approx. 25-30 people attending and wou

Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00

Beaches Turks and Caicos is an amazing place to have a destination wedding. They have great food, rooms, activities, and that super beach. It's become one of our most popular destination wedding locations because of this - and fun for people of all ages. Beaches also has some amazing wedding packages, including a free wedding, that we'll be glad to work with you on - all for no additional costs to you or your guests. We look forward to making your special day amazing!

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