The Best Spots in Mexico for Your LGBTQ+ Destination Wedding

Group Travel

December 23, 2020

  1. Ana Balmaseda-Raber says:

    My son and his partner are planning to have a destination wedding next year in the Cancun Riviera Maya area. Date they picked so far is December 10 with some wiggle room. Originally, we picked Grand Iberostar but found out that they will not allow children during the wedding with no exception, which I found to be unreasonable, since it is a wedding. My husband and I stayed there in the past, and knew there were other hotels in the area that are also iberostar but not adults only. So our thought was that families with kids can stay at the neighboring hotels and cone for the wedding and reception. Not sure if there was a language barrier that they did not understand that intent was just for guests with children to only come for the wedding and not stay at the hotel. Is it possible for you to verify?
    Also, if they are inflexible, can you suggest other friendly venue in the area?
    Thank you.

    • Ashley says:

      Hi! Your travel advisor (or however you booked) will be able to answer this for you. Adults only resorts are generally adults only. Zero exceptions (even for weddings). Sometimes situations can be negotiated when the group contract is signed, it truly depends on your travel advisors relationship with the resort.

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