We returned to Casa Velas for the 2nd year in a row & we were even more happy with our stay this time! It s the most quiet & peaceful resort we have ever stayed at. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway, this is the place to go! The grounds & accommodations are beautiful & the staff could not be more helpful and pleasant! We will be back at Casa Velas again!
Amazing service and wonderful amenities.
Casa Velas is another facet of the Velas Resorts in Puerto Vallarta. This one is definitely more couples and adults only. Amazing gardens and water features. There is no other resort that features outstanding service at all levels like they do at Casa Velas! Every single food option is well thought out and provides for a variety of tastes. You need to remember to let them serve you! It is in believable the way that they provide thoughtful service to meet everyone of your needs!
Celebrate this holiday season in Velas Resorts style
At Velas Resorts, we understand the importance of celebrating in the company of your loved ones. That’s why, this festive season, we have prepared various activities that will allow you to personalize your celebration during your stay at any of our captivating destinations. Discover everything we have for you.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the perfect opportunity to plan your upcoming luxury vacations to Mexico’s most spectacular destinations with Velas Resorts. This annual event offers unique discounts and promotions for traveling to Los Cabos, Vallarta-Nayarit, or Riviera Maya. This time, it will take place from November 24th to 27th!
Celebrating the cultural immersion of the Day of the Dead at Velas Resorts
Day of the Dead in Mexico is a deeply rooted celebration within the country’s culture and identity. In this colorful tradition, observed on November 1st and 2nd, we honor and remember our dearly departed loved ones. During these days, Mexicans create altars adorned with offerings of food, beverages, and personal items of the deceased, crafting a beautiful tribute that includes the famous sugar skulls and colorful skeletons known as Catrinas. Alongside the altars, streets come alive with parades, music, and dancing, while cemeteries are aglow with candles and cempasúchil flowers.
Planning a wedding is undoubtedly one of the most exciting times in a person's life. However, it's important to acknowledge that it can also be quite stressful, not just for the bride and groom but also for the bridesmaids who play a crucial role in making the big day special.
The magical moment has finally arrived, you're about to tie the knot with the love of your life! And as you embark on this beautiful journey, one of the most joyous tasks is welcoming your wedding guests with warmth and appreciation.
Let’s celebrate Mexico’s Independence in Velas Resorts style
In Mexico, the celebration of Independence Day is a grand event filled with colors, flavors, traditions, and rich history. It is always an honor to share a piece of this festivity with locals and foreigners alike, so Velas Resorts has already started preparing for the weekend of September 16th. So, let’s glimpse the experiences you can enjoy if you visit some of the destinations where the resorts are located. Shall we begin the journey?
As the stars twinkle in the night sky, and the excitement of your wedding day looms near, the night before your big day presents a unique opportunity to prepare your mind, body, and soul for the journey ahead.
The variety of tacos in Mexico is as extensive as the gastronomy regions in the country, and according to the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), tacos and their delightful simplicity date back to 500 years ago.
Elevate your luxury experience at Velas Resorts with these floating trays
Stepping into your private plunge pool at Velas Resorts will be an unforgettable experience with a tasty plate of gourmet delicacies. This perfect blend of peace, relaxation, and luxury will allow you to forget about the pressures of daily life.
8 FUN IDEAS FOR INCORPORATING KIDS INTO YOUR WEDDING DAY
While planning the perfect wedding can be exciting, it often poses a challenge when it comes to accommodating children. However, with a little creativity and careful planning, you can make your wedding day an enjoyable experience for everyone, including the little ones.
Enjoy a gourmet summer! Gastronomic diversity at Velas Resorts
Enjoying gourmet gastronomy during your summer vacation is a wonderful way to explore the world. To do so, we recommend you take a culinary tour where your senses will be seduced by the authentic flavors of renowned chefs while discovering cuisines from different countries.
10 Fun And Eco-Friendly Wedding Favors Ideas For A Sustainable Celebration
Your wedding day is a magical occasion filled with love, joy, and the promise of a beautiful future together. As you plan every aspect of your special day, why not extend your love for the planet by incorporating eco-friendly wedding favors? These unique and sustainable tokens of appreciation not only demonstrate your commitment to the environment but also leave a lasting impression on your guests.
Traveling without company is one of the greatest pleasures you can imagine. In fact, it is an increasing trend among old and new generations, especially for women. According to solotravelerworld.com, 85.7% of its followers are women and Google searches for “Solo Women Travel” increased an extraordinary 230% in 2019.
Velas Resorts leads the list of the best All-Inclusive hotels in Mexico
U.S. News & World Report, the world ranking authority in the hotel industry, has announced its annual list of the Best 25 All-Inclusive hotels in Mexico. Based on rigorous selection criteria, the media company included four Velas Resorts properties in its prestigious list, the only hotel collection with four properties in the ranking.
Workation: The solution to a conventional work-life
Workation is a new lifestyle that people worldwide have recently adopted as a type of remote work. The term is a combination of the words work and vacation, which means you can work and vacation simultaneously.
The apparently simple preparation of this dish —consisting of a portion of maize dough mixed with other ingredients such as iguana, shrimp, beans or fish, and later wrapped in a corn or banana leaf, and steamed—, required the development of instruments such as stone scrapers to remove corn kernels; pichanchas or clay pots with perforations to rinse the nixtamal; to grind the grain, metates; and to cook the dough, pots that resisted the heat, and lids.