Mexico's Sun Triangle's Hot Hotels for Destination Weddings

Mexico's Sun Triangle destinations (Acapulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo and Taxco) each provide a unique backdrop for destination weddings. 

Acapulco is Mexico's original beach resort with a glamorous history. Its famous Fairmont Acapulco Princess offers a pyramid-shaped building honoring Mexico's pre-Hispanic Aztec past. The property is also home to the Willow Stream Spa, which is perfect for brides prepping for the big day.

For something a little less formal, Hotel Boca Chica offers a retro 1950's vibe. Another option is the Banyan Tree Cabo Marques, set high on a cliff. 


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Las Brisas offers 263 bungalows, each with a private pool and views over Acapulco Bay.

Further up the coast in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, guests will find Capella Ixtapa, a five-star cliff-side resort overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The 59-suite property also doubles as a great honeymoon location. 

In Zihuatanejo, find La Casa que Canta and the Viceroy Zihuatanejo

In Taxco, a destination rooted in tradition, betrothed couples will find the Hotel Monte Taxco, accessible via cable car, which has panoramic views of the city. Couples are invited to take the five-minute journey ending at the hotel, where friends, family and mariachis can join the celebration.

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