Resort for a Day

Has anyone ever booked through www.resortforaday.com ?  What was your experience?

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No I have not.

No.

We’ve used them a few times and had good experiences.  We’d use them again, but be sure to read all the fine print – what’s included varies wildly by property so some seem to be a much better value than others.  In most cases you’re also responsible for your own transportation (usually a cab ride) between ship and resort, so figure in that cost and don’t lose track of time.

Have not used them.

I'm not familiar with them.

Nope, never heard of them.

Sounds like you need to do it and come back with the report for the rest of us.Wink

I agree but my wife is all panicky about not getting back to the ship in time and will not take a cab in Mexico, so wont be this trip  :(

We’ve taken cabs in Mexico dozens of times.  All the cabs at the cruise ports and resorts in Mexico will be licensed and regulated.  All the rates are fixed and clearly posted at the cruise port.

Now, if someone in a car that looks like they wrote “TAXI” on it with a marker tries to pick you up on the street while you’re strolling through town…

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