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    Elopement Packages in Mexico

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    Elopement Packages in Mexico
    Mexico Boutique Hotels Offers An Array of Elopement Packages for Couples That Can’t Wait to Say “I Do”

    Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco (July 9, 2013) – If the thought of organizing a wedding for 150 friends and family sounds daunting or the budget is just out of reach, eloping is a practical yet romantic option for couples that can’t wait to say “I Do”. Mexico Boutique Hotels, a full-service online hotel collection, makes planning easy with on site concierges, customizable packages and hotels offering a number of elopement options across Mexico, an already popular destination for weddings.

    Hacienda de los Santos – Alamos, Sonora.
    Check into this lovingly restored 17th century hacienda set among six acres providing a number of options for an intimate ceremony, including the on-location chapel overlooking a sparkling pool. The Elopement package includes a civil ceremony set up with champagne, fresh in-room fruit and flowers, breakfast, lunch and four-course candlelit dinners for two on both days, with private serenade, wedding cake, photographer, and couples massage on your big day. Choose from an intimate two-night stay in the Hacienda Guest Room starting from $998 or the lavish Honeymoon Suite
    starting at $1,406 or other individually unique accommodation options.

    Las Palmas – Huatulco, Oaxaca.
    This luxurious hotel overlooking Violin Bay, combines a Caribbean feel with Mexican detail in its five casitas and three villas. A wedding concierge will help organize everything from the ceremony, celebration, wedding license, airport transfers to flowers and photography. The Elopement package includes an indulgent couple’s hot stone massage, mud treatment, a romantic turndown service, and breakfast and dinner for two served on the private terrace adding to this already special occasion. The package for two guests for two nights in the best available accommodation starts at $1,000, and a wedding party of up to eight guests for two nights in a villa accommodation, starts at $2,300.

    Hacienda San Angel – Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.
    The restored classic Vallarta-style houses overlooking Banderas Bay at Hacienda San Angel offer charm and style for the sophisticated bride and groom. Couples can exchange vows in the open-air Puerta del Cielo chapel offering spectacular views of the bay for a picturesque ceremony. The “Elopement at Hacienda San Angel” package includes a gourmet dinner accompanied by a Mariachi serenade, photography, airport transfers, flowers, wedding cake, daily
    breakfast and a romantic turndown service including chocolate covered strawberries and sparkling wine. The package for two guests for two nights in the Presidential Suite starts at $5,575.

    Viceroy Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo.
    This seaside refuge is hidden in the small village of Playa Xcalacoco and offers a serene and truly intimate setting for an elopement. The luxury resort’s guest experience is infused with the traditions of the ancient Mayans, and the ceremony is no exception. An authentic shaman from a long lineage of Yucatan shamans conducts the Mayan Kamnicté Wedding, where couples fully embrace a new union together.  The beach gazebo ceremony is followed by a romantic three-course dinner on the pier overlooking the water, decorated with Mayan inspired flowers, torches and music.  The Mayan Elopement Package includes the above and two nights in a spacious luxury villa with private plunge pool starting at $1,485.

    Hacienda Xcanatun – Merida, Yucatan.
    Privately owned and operated, this 18th-century hacienda was restored over a course of five years to revamp the Old World colonial style with luxury amenities.  Meet with the romance coordinator to find the perfect location for the ceremonial Maya Wedding Blessing, with plenty of options to choose from across the nine acres of tropical gardens, or opt for the charming chapel.  A celebration and special keepsake follows the blessing, and couples can enjoy fine dining at the renowned Casa de Piedra restaurant.  The package includes all ceremony coordination, flowers, photography, wedding cake, and luxury airport transfers as well as a couples hot stone massage at the holistic spa and turndown service pre or post ceremony.  The package for two guests for two nights in a suite of your choice starts at $2,200.

    About Mexico Boutique Hotels:
    Established in 1999, MBH is a collection of upscale, independent member properties (located in 28 destinations throughout Mexico) handpicked for their intimacy, high level of service and outstanding attributes. Some are housed in exquisitely restored buildings, others are paeans to Mexican cuisine, still others showcase the sleekly modern but they each encourage guests to savor the many fascinating traditions of this vast country, and all offer guests a unique travel experience. Typically less than 30 rooms in size, they are often destinations unto themselves. Based in Puerto Vallarta, MBH is staffed by an experienced team of multicultural and multilingual travel and hospitality professionals who both live and work in Mexico.

    Sylvie Laitre

    Comunicologa y Licenciada en Ciencias del Ocio y del Desarrollo Turistico. Vinculada al sector hotelero por varios años en diferentes países de Norte y Latinoamérica. Relacionista Pública, políglota, docente universitaria en múltiples disciplinas tales como filosofía, Ocio como herramienta de desarrollo social, investigación, etc. Experta en calidad de servicio. Consultora y conferencista en diferentes foros internacionales como experta en la industria turística boutique y viajes de lujo. Directora Hoteles Boutique de México entre 2002 y 2014 lo que gustas poner.

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