We’re from the West coast of California, so, like most Californians, we can’t get enough of Mexico. We’re usually plugging the likes of San Miguel de Allende, Oaxaca, or El Caribe, but the Pacific is mighty great too. Cabo, Ixtapa, Acapulco, and Puerto Vallarta are always a good time and PV’s newest star, Garza Blanca Preserve, Resort & Spa is no exception. Announcing two new, distinct yachting and culinary packages, gringos and gringas alike can bask in the lap of luxury and sail the Pacific Ocean or choose to be treated to the best of Puerto Vallarta’s award-winning culinary scene while enjoying lavish suites, penthouses and five-star amenities. Que rico!
Package rates start at $325 per room, per night based on double occupancy.
The “Smooth Sailing” package includes a two-night stay in any of Garza Blanca’s suites or spacious Penthouses and a selection of fine foods as they cruise the clear waters of the Banderas Bay on the luxurious 70-foot Mondrian Yacht. Sweeeeeeet. Amenities include, a gourmet catering package of hors d’ouerves, snacks and dessert; children’s catering options and welcome baskets; premium “Mondrian Yacht Charter” t-shirts; unlimited beer, wine and soda; and towels and sunscreen. Did someone say, “Unlimited beer and wine?”
“Smooth Sailing” package rates start at $1,978 per room, per night based on double occupancy.
Travelers can finally get the most out of their Mexican getaways: staying in luxurious five-star suites and tasting the finest of the local cuisine. The “Delicioso!” vacation package allows guests to taste the most succulent seafood and freshest ingredients at three of Puerto Vallarta’s top restaurants: Blanca Blue Restaurant & Lounge, Vitea Restaurant and Trio Restaurant. Visitors will enjoy three courses at each of these elegant top notch restaurants, as well as three nights in the luxury suites and penthouses of Garza Blanca.
“Delicioso!” package rates start at $325 per room, per night based on double occupancy.
All rates are subject to 18% taxes and a 5% service fee. Valid for travel from now through November 15, 2010 and must be booked by October 31, 2010.