Casa Velas to Offer Dinner in the Sky Experience

(Photo by Casa Velas) Photo by Casa Velas

Casa Velas in Puerto Vallarta is taking dining to new heights – literally. From January 28 to February 28, 2017, the all-inclusive resort is offering a Dinner in the Sky experience, taking parties 150 feet into the air for dinner over the boutique property.

Groups of 22 diners at a time will be lifted via crane nearly 150 feet into the air to eat a gourmet, three-course meal over views of Casa Velas’ on-site golf course and grounds, Banderas Bay and the Sierra Madre Mountains. The one-hour experience will offer a three-course menu designed by top chefs Mikel Alonso and Bruno Oteiza, the owners of Biko in Mexico City. Prior to take off, guests can enjoy a complimentary cocktail hour. Good to know: a vegetarian menu is available upon request, so for parties with dietary needs let the Dinner in the Sky team know ahead of time.

The Dinner in the Sky Experience starts at $242 per person when booked on site or $170 when reserved through pre-order, though there are discounts available for guests staying at Casa Velas and its sister properties in Vallarta-Nayarit. For those staying at Casa Velas, tickets to the dinner will cost $50 a seat. For guests staying at the nearby Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, the experience will cost $80 per person.

Dinner options will be available Wednesday through Friday at 6:00 and 8:00 p.m., and on Saturdays at 5:00, 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.

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