LGBTQ Resort Casa Cupula to Celebrate Its Birthday With Deals

Casa Cupula
Casa Cupula is extending their birthday deals.

Casa Cupula, Puerto Vallarta’s LGBTQ boutique hotel, is celebrating its “quinceañera,” or 15th birthday, by extending deals for new and returning guests.

The hotel was Mexico’s first high-end LGBTQ property according to the company. Since opening in 2002, it has expanded to an 18-room hotel with three pools, hot tub and sauna, full concierge services, Pump Gym and Taste Restaurant. 

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


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To celebrate the special occasion, the hotel is offering:

Glowjob Party Weekend - Get a Forth Night Free

Casa Cupula’s clothing-optional Glowjob Party is back for its 6th edition on Saturday, November 11.  Guests will party poolside under the glowing decorations with city and ocean views. DJ Luis Skarraman will be playing music all night in the hotel’s secret garden. 

Book by: September 30. Travel by: November 10-20. Stay for three nights and the fourth night is on the hotel.

Get Two-for-One Thanksgiving Dinner

Guests who book soon will receive a special bonus of a two-for-one Thanksgiving dinner buffet meal deal with any new reservation of four nights or more.  

15th Anniversary at Casa Cupula

Guests who join Casa Cupula’s 15th Anniversary celebration will get their forth night free. 

Book by: September 30. Travel by: November 27 to December 20.

Win a Trip to Casa Cupula, Puerto Vallarta

Every month from September to January, Casa Cupula is giving away a free three-night stay. Those interested can subscribe to the hotel’s email list to enter the raffle for a chance to win.

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