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The Club Med Punta Cana was completely full and so there was no chance of an upgrade. It really was fine though because we hardly spent any time in the room and the basic room is quite comfortable. We were lucky in our room location as it was very centrally located near all the activities and main buildings. The Scheibers were in a room almost at the end of the resort which was not as convenient. The food was very good and the the entertainment in the evening was the best we have seen at any Club Med. We always have a good time at Club Med but the experience is also dependent on the mix of people at the village, the chief of the village and the staff. The head of the village was outstanding and the staff really respected him and they in turn were great. The club had a better mix of US and French guests this time and that made it more fun for the kids (last time it was 80-90% French ) Glynnis

We had a GREAT time at the Club Med Punta Cana. Weather was so so (dive boats weren't allowed out due to wind and rain for 2 days) but the club was excellent. Accomodations and food were about 4golden-5 apple but service was great and activities for the kids were the best we've had at any of the 6 or 7 all inclusives we've been to. The nightly shows were bette rthan the average resort effort as well. Best unusual part was the circus (we actually won the "flying family" award, since myself and my 2 oldest daughters both managaed to get to the catching phase where we swung and let go the trapeeze and got caught by someone on the opposite trapeeze). Also a nice quiet beach: much more private and secluded than Bavarro. Crowded at the resort but I think that was a function of Spring Break. Overall I'd go back in a heartbeat. Oh well: back to the grind today. Also, in addition to Park City can you please look into the apple Crested Butte vacation for Dec 16-23. Thanks, MIchael

We had a totally lovely trip to the Presidente InterContinental All Inclusive Resort Los Cabos . Everything went smoothly, the hotel was fine, our flights were easy (I liked the non-stop much better!)... all in all, we had a great time, and thanks for everything! Amy
Hey TripGuy... "Sunscape the Beach" was the best "all-inclusive" place that I've been to (and we've been to serveral). Grounds were beautiful, food/drinks good, service great! spa - the best....Thank you very much. You'll be hearing from all of our friends now! G.S.

TripGuy- My Wife and I and our two little ones Bella 3.5 and Scott 2.5 had a fantastic holiday to Beaches Negril in Jamaica it was great in so many ways and a couple of minor glicks. So here goes: Sprit Airlines from Ft Lauderdale to Jamaica was brilliant, nice wide seats and everyone very helpful. On arriving in Montego Bay all of our bags had already been loaded onto a cart and we made our way round to the Beaches welcome room, we all felt very special by the beaches staff and we had only a short wait to get onto our coach to Negril, but long enough for the first cocktail... Coach ride was very smooth, in a modern large minibus allowing us to see the suburbs and country side in the 1hr 20 bus ride. On arrival at Beaches Negril I was impressed by the beautiful layout of the reception area although a little confused by the way you check in. Your put in a beautiful large open reception room and given a fruit punch and then eventually someone comes to take an imprint of your credit card just incase you want any extras before you fill in a arrivals form. In between all of this you get a complimentary sampler back rub to show you what is available, try doing that with 2 kids... However in this reception area our two kids really enjoyed helping themselves to drink, cookies and fruit all at their eye level. It seemed to take for ever to finally be told your room is ready and there was no discussion over type of beds in the room or which floor, it is a this is your room syndrome. The first room we were given had twin beds in it which we thought might work for the kids but on seeing them they were very high off the ground and on a tiled floor and we were worried that if they fell out/off then they could hurt themselves. So I asked to move to a room with a King and a pull out, but we ended up due to no availability with a King and a large single travel bed which turned out to be much better. Rooms were reasonable not as glam as I had expected but with coffee making facilities. A fridge would have been nice but we only found out by chance on the final day that if you want a fridge you just have to request it. The Kids camp which we used every day for about 4 hours was well maintained and professionally run, all the staff were super and all very keen to offer baby sitting either in our room or the nursery at $8 per hour for both kids. Some of the timed activities for the under 4 group didn