Mexico Amps Up the Romance With These Valentine's Day Packages

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Travel Agent found some of the best deals available for clients looking to spend the romantic holiday in Mexico.

Wyndham Las Villas Resort Mazatlan
Wyndham Las Villas Resort Mazatlan's Valentine's Day Package offers five nights in a luxury Oceanfront Room, a romantic dinner for two on the beach, two spa treatments at Las Villas Spa, two rounds of golf on the Robert Trent Jones Jr. 18-hole course, a 20 percent discount at the property's restaurant and complimentary transportation to and from the airport and hotel.

The package is available between February 8 and February 23, 2012 and begins at $825.


Rosewood San Miguel de Allende
Rosewood San Miguel de Allende is offering a package for a romantic Mexican getaway. Guests will enjoy a romantic turndown service the night of arrival including flower petals, candles, a bubble bath, chocolate-covered strawberries and a bottle of sparkling wine. Plus, they will receive in-room Mexican breakfast and an aromatic 30-minute couple's massage. Rates begin at $405.


Velas Vallarta
Velas Vallarta in Puerto Vallarta is offering a romantic honeymoon package just in time for Valentine's Day. The package includes a one-bedroom oceanview suite for two; welcome cocktail; complimentary upgrade to a Honeymoon Suite (based on availability); special welcome fruit basket on arrival; one bottle of champagne in room; one romantic dinner on the Suite Terrace with a special a la carte menu; special romance amenities and room decoration with rose petals; and one "Rhythms of the Night" boat tour for two people, including dinner, performance and open bar.

Through April 8, rates begin at $240 per person per night. From April 9 through December 22 rates begin at $220 per person per night.


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