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BEST Romantic Resort? ALl the ones I have found range from $750-$1100/night...in this range-which is the best resort?

BEST Romantic Resort? ALl the ones I have found range from $750-$1100/night...in this range-which is the best resort?

Old Nov 14th, 2008, 12:38 PM
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BEST Romantic Resort? ALl the ones I have found range from $750-$1100/night...in this range-which is the best resort?

Las Alamandas, Esperanza, The Tides, 4 Seasons Punta Mita, El Tamarindo etc....I am totally open. We NEED Air Conditioning & TV's/high speed internet b/c of work- Maroma looks good but no AC. Also we'd like to have Tennis. That being said-we can spendin anywhere in this price range. Just want the most beautiful resort, with teh most beautiful white beach/turquoise water, & secluded (not many people) on the beach, with excellent service, air conditinoing & tennis .....Any ideas?
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Old Nov 14th, 2008, 12:40 PM
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Also-we need a fitness center (otherwise Hotel Esencia looked nice...)
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The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun: A Luxury Hotel & Resort in Cancun, Mexico
The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, where the exotic Mexican Caribbean and exceptional luxury meet. From the white sand beaches at your doorstep to our inspired ...
http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Proper...un/Default.htm - 32k

Pacific beaches not as nice but

Las Alamandas #2 choice

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The Pacific coast of Mexico generally doesn't have what I'd consider white sand/turquoise water and you should also check if the beach at the resort is swimmable (if that's a consideration for you).
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Also is water temperature a factor? I don't know what time of year you're planning to travel but the Pacific ocean has a lot more temperature variance than the Caribbean.
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Maroma Resort and Spa does have air conditioning. We were there in 2007 and had a fantastic time.And the personal service is great.
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