New Bachelorette Experience at Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit

An exterior view of Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit with the water next to it

The Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit has introduced its new Bachelorette Experience package. The four-day, three-night program includes private mixology classes, gourmet dining, spa services and the option to helicopter to Guadalajara for a VIP nightclub experience.

After arriving and receiving their own personalized sunhats, the bride and her friends will head to their 2,196 square foot multi-bedroom suite. Here, a mixologist will pour an assortment of specialty cocktails, ending with one specifically designed for the upcoming wedding. Guests are then taken to a private dinner where the resort’s best chefs have designed a special tasting menu specially for the bride.

The next day begins with oceanfront breakfast and mimosas. Heading to the resorts spa, the bachelorette party has unlimited access to an assortment of treatments that range from a Diamond Manicure and Pedicure to a Tequila Cream Massage. That night a luxury limo will escort the party on a night out VIP nightclubbing in Puerto Vallarta or Guadalajara. If the group chooses the second option, the group will be transported in style aboard a private helicopter. All club stops include private tables and VIP access.


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The Bachelorette Experience accommodates groups of up to six, including the bride. Accommodation, meals, use of the fitness center facilities and a group photo session by Dream Art are all included in the package.

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