Mexico's Velas Resorts Accepted Into Membership of Preferred Hotels & Resorts

Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. September 27, 2018

Velas Resorts in Mexico announces its properties in Los Cabos, Riviera Maya, Riviera Nayarit and Puerto Vallarta have been accepted into membership of Preferred Hotels & Resorts - the world's largest independent hotel brand that represents more than 700 distinctive hotels, resorts, residences, and unique hotel groups across 85 countries. The Grand Velas Resorts in Los Cabos, Riviera Maya and Riviera Nayarit are the newest experiences available within the brand's Legend Collection, the ultimate portfolio of exceptional properties in the most remarkable destinations of the world. Velas Vallarta, an oceanfront family-friendly resort in Puerto Vallarta, join's the brand's Lifestyle Collection, a diverse group of premier global properties offering engaging stays and memorable moments.

Offering unparalleled all-inclusive experiences, Velas Resorts feature spacious accommodations, renowned spas, a unique culinary experience inclusive of 24-hour in suite service, fitness centers, personal concierge service, state of the art conference centers, extensive family programs, and more.

For reservations or more information, call 1-888-407-4869, email [email protected] or visit https://www.velasresorts.com.


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About Velas Resorts

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Megan Sterritt
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KWE Partners
T: 322-226-8673
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W: http://www.velasresorts.com

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