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Discussion in 'Cancun Info' started by DeRocher, Feb 9, 2005.

  1. R.I. GAL

    R.I. GAL I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    Thank you for your very informative report...did you happen to notice any childrens entertainment going on while you were at BBC?
     
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    Angel, it's good to hear a good tr about BBC. I went there 2 years ago and had a fantastic time. This past year, I booked BBC, was transferred to BBG. Can't say which place was better. As you said, the food was the same at both places (buffet anyway). Anyone that reads about BBC on the BBG board would think it was a dump. When I first went over to BBG, while staying at BBC, I didn't stay long. I was alone, and being at BBG was very uncomfortable. Staying at BBG this year wasn't as bad. I had "met" people from the board who were going to be there at the same time. It is two totally different resorts. Depends on what you're looking for.
    R.I. Gal, they keep the kids real busy. Lots of games, swimming, running around. They have basketball & tennis courts, and they use the pool across the road for swim time (my room was over there, so I know). All the kids I saw seem to have a wonderful time. They even had them do little shows during the day out by the main pool. Also, the night time entertainment is good for people of all ages.
     
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    R.I. GAL I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    Thanx Peg :D :!:
     
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    angel, i thought the BBG was for 21 year olds and over?

    whos staying at the BBC OR BBG in march 2007????
     
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    BBC

    Been there for the last 6 years and have enjoyed each year, no complaints about the hotel, food or staff, true the food can be repetitive by week 2 or 3 but you can always eat out if you want a change after all its only food.

    There is a kids club during the day, theatre some evenings and usually approx 30 minutes kids competitions at about 9pm then adult competitions at aout 9:30 /10ish.

    Food is good, the place is clean and generally I find the staff excellent, remember this if you have a complaint be polite and treat the staff with respect and you get a lot more than an ignorant guest.

    If you are young and want the buzz of the clubs then this may not be for you. But if you want either a mixture of relaxation during the day and the clubs at night then this may be ideal.

    The evening entertainment is some what lacking and becomes repetitive after week one they could do with a two week programme.
     
  6. R.I. GAL

    R.I. GAL I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    BBG is for 21 and over

    BBC is for all ages
     
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    Has anyone had their children enrolled in the childrens club at this resort? If so, would you mind sharing your childrens experiences with me? We will have our children with us and just wondering if this is something they might enjoy.

    Other then taking a taxi, is there any other way to get to the main hotel zone from this resort?
     
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    Hi, sorry about that and thanks for pointing it out, I must update a few things.

    I took that page down when we stopped offering our premiernights deal. You can still book with us but the link would be the one below:
    Blue Bay Club
     
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    riu girl Newbie Registered Member

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    We are considering taking out kids to this resort.
    Does the BB consider chidlren ages 2-11 OR 2-12 (including age 12)?
    Thank you
     
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    Thank you very much!
     
  12. Scott in NH

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    Does anyone have any current information on this property? It is no longer listed on the Blue Bay Resorts web site. Is it under another name and ownership? I have stayed at this hotel 6 times and they neglected to inform me of any changes!
     
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    I'm thinking that although BBC and BBG carry the name of BlueBay they are handled differently somehow from the rest of the chain. I don't know why but it's been that way for a long time that I know of.

    Jamie
     
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    wedding ceremony at BBC

    We're getting married at BBC on Oct 22, 2008. After reading some of these posts, i'm now a little hesitate on booking rooms for my fiance and I as well as our guests. Are there any recommendations that you suggest? We've been to BBg last year and will more then likely travel back and forth from BBC to BBG during the week of the wedding.
    If our wedding guests stay at another hotel other then BBG or BBC, how would they be able to attend our wedding? Any help and suggestions is so greatly appreciated.
     
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    4biddenpleasrs I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    Is Blue Bay Club the best place to have a wedding ceremony?

    Ian and I are getting married Oct 2008, and we really wanted to get married at BBC and then transfer to BBG for our honeymoon. Can anyone offer any insights as to how good BBC is? I've looked at the virtual tour as well as reviews and so far i'm inpressed but we value all CC members input and suggestions. Our guests might have their children with them and any information that you provide would be really appreciated.

    Thanks in advance
    Ian and Nat
     
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    i stayed a the bbc in march and its fantastic there, food was nice, staff was very friendly. Our Rooms was very clean right on the beach, our friends had a appartment accros the road with extra rooms and fridge etc. There was about 16 of us there 2 to a room and every room was perfect. The only reason i would not stay here again is the location!! quite far from the clubs .
     
  19. Elsie

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    BBC

    I'm a little late in responding to your post, but here it is. I love the BBC. I am a little prejudice because I own a unit there. Most of the weddings are done on the beach in front of our unit and one of my favorite things to do is to watch the weddings from our balcony. The staff outdo themselves with weddings. I love the setting and although the BBC is not close to the party scene it has a real Mexican aura about it. I think the food is more than adequate and they have a children's club and babysitters for small children. It is not over-crowded and the majority of time you don't have to deal with a loud roudy crowd. Adults can take the bus to the BBG and from there hit the party zone. The drawback is that if you are out late you will have to find your own transportation back. The have shows 3 times a week in a dinner theater across the street. I don't think you would be disappointed, but some people don't seem to like it. There is plenty to drink, but it is definetly not a party place. I think the people with children would like it.
     
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    Thanks for your opinion.. :)... we're still going forward with the club right now.

    Some of our friends are going to make use of the stay at 1 play at 2 concept for bluebay.... :)... we'll know for sure when we go down this year to check it out.. :D