new years at a AI

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new years at a AI

Post by lin7604 » Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:21 am

we are going to be booking a AI ( don't know which one yet?) for new years and would just like to hear some others experiences of what your resort did for that night.

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Post by mhahn » Fri Apr 18, 2008 3:31 am

WE spent last New Years at the Golden Crown Paradise, New Years Eve they did a very nice buffet at their "nightclub" the Nitro. You made reservation beforehand, there was 200 plus people there. A tradition in Mexico is called the "twelve grapes" at New Years, you eat and make a wish on each grape that is provided. We knew that downtown would be swamped, alot of activites going on and very crowded streets and taxi availability back almost impossible. We decided to stay at the resort and had a good time with the dinner and entertainment provided. At midnight you could see the firewaorks from all around going off.

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Post by ronald » Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:24 pm

We've spent new years at both the Melia and the Allegro in Neuvo and had great times in both places... Melia had more of a sophisticated food service, (linens, etc) with lots of food, seafood, lamb, etc, while the Allegro had a beach barbeque with ribs and Lobsters and about a 15 piece band... Allegro had better fireworks. Neither place charged extra for the experience either.

I would do either again anytime.

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