Puerto Vallarta’s Costa Sur Resort Announces New Wedding Package

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Costa Sur Resort & Spa is offering a special Wedding Package for the soon-to-be bride and groom and their guests who are staying at the resort.

An exclusive, all-inclusive rate, per person per night, in an oceanfront accommodation is available for the upcoming newlyweds. The all-inclusive rate includes room, all meals and all drinks for wedding guests. Couples will receive a free, three-course banquet, as well as four hours of international open bar for all guests attending and staying at Costa Sur on the day of the wedding. A wedding planner is also included in the package.

The couple receives an upgrade to a Honeymoon Suite, as well as romantic in-room decoration, strawberries dipped in chocolate and a bottle of sparkling wine. Available on the wedding night are extended check out until 3:00 p.m., along with a 15 percent discount on spa services. Couples get a free, three-night honeymoon, if their wedding night is Monday to Thursday. 

This wedding package starts at $115 per person per night with double occupancy and an all-inclusive plan.

Good to know: Same-sex marriage is legal in the State of Jalisco, where Puerto Vallarta is located. Gay and lesbian couples can, therefore, turn their unions into marriages in Mexico.

Package Restrictions:

This package does not include additional services like the ceremony, music, flowers, or decoration. These can be added separately. The package applies when booking a minimum of 15 rooms for two nights or more. It is recommended for weddings of 30 guests or more. All reservations must be made directly with the hotel.

In other Costa Sur Resort & Spa news, the hotel completed its pool renovation last October. It introduced an underwater bench equipped with side water injectors and added a heating system to maintain water temperature.

For more information, visit https://www.costasurpuertovallarta.com/

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