A tropical wedding— the Riviera Maya’s best wedding hotels

If you are planning a wedding with tropical flair in the Mexican Caribbean, the Barceló Maya Grand Resort is the perfect place for you.

If your dream has always been a tropical wedding, then you will love the Melideos’ inspiration. The Barceló Maya Grand Resort tops the list of the Riviera Maya’s best wedding hotels. It has the best backdrops for celebrating the most important day of your life: infinite palm trees, crystal-clear water and white sand; red, orange, and even pink walls; magical, romantic spots to say “I do” that are fresh and different, with a tropical flair.The details are the best— there’s nothing more exotic than a bouquet with a Caribbean touch, with banana leaf, palms, hibiscus, heliconia, and bird-of-paradise can be perfect for creating a bouquet with tropical air, perfect for a wedding in the Caribbean.

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