LGBTQ Resort in Mexico Casa Cupula Celebrates 15th Year

Casa Cupula, Puerto Vallarta’s LGBTQ-friendly boutique resort hotel, is celebrating its 15th birthday with a three-month celebration. In grand Mexican quinceañera style, the hotel will be celebrating its history, past, present, and future.

As part of the extended quinceañera celebration, the new “Frida Suite” is set to open in honor of famous early 20th century Mexican LGBTQ artist, Frida Kahlo.

And during November 27 - December 19, guests who book three nights get the forth night free when booked by August 31. 


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Casa Cupula patio and Jacuzzi

“I don’t think anyone would have imagined how the LGBT community has gained so much acceptance over the last 15 years,” said Casa Cupula founder Don Pickens in a press release. “Back then, Puerto Vallarta’s reputation as a leading LGBT destination was not as well-known. Today it is celebrated by the city and is a major driver of Puerto Vallarta’s tourism-based economy.”

Casa Cupula opened in 2002 and was Mexico’s first high-end end LGBTQ property. It began with only five rooms but has since expanded to an 18-room full resort complex. 

During its 15 years, it has not only added rooms but three pools; a Jacuzzi and sauna; full concierge services; Pump Gym & Spa; and Taste Restaurant.

Casa Cupula is located in Zona Romántica, just minutes from popular gay beaches, as well as bars, nightclubs and restaurants. The resort hosts clothing-optional pool parties featuring DJs and bartender service at the Casa Ramona pool, a short distance from the main pool.


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