Casa Velas Accepted Into the Virtuoso Hotels & Resorts Program

Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. February 18, 2019

Casa Velas announces it has been accepted into the Virtuoso Hotels & Resorts Program. With Spanish-style architecture and expansive tropical landscaping, the Puerto Vallarta resort has the look and feel of a private hacienda. Located in an upscale residential neighborhood, the resort overlooks the lush greens of the Marina Vallarta golf course - where complimentary unlimited golf is included. All 80 suites are decorated in traditional Mexican colors and furnishings including original artwork by Mexican artist Sergio Bustamante.

Among other things, Casa Velas stands out for its designer Handbag Bar and other signature amenities, celebrated cuisine and special gourmet happenings like Guacamania, a celebration of the avocado every September. A member of SLH (Small Luxury Hotels of the World), Casa Velas also holds Four Stars from Forbes Travel Guide and Four Diamonds from AAA.

To qualify for the program, Casa Velas was reviewed by a representative committee of Virtuoso travel-agency owners who evaluated the resort on its value, accommodations, and experiences. In its 25th year, the Virtuoso Hotels & Resorts program has more five-star properties than any other organization.

All-inclusive resort rates start at $268 per person per night based on double occupancy. At Casa Velas, luxury accommodations, gourmet meals, premium liquor and wine, 24-hour suite service, use of the fitness center facilities, WIFI, taxes, and gratuities are included in the nightly rate.

About Casa Velas

Casa Velas is a luxury all-inclusive boutique hotel and ocean club for adults only in Puerto Vallarta, reminiscent of a Spanish hacienda. The hotel features a private ocean club and is just minutes from the beach. Located just five minutes from Puerto Vallarta Airport and only 15 from the popular downtown area, art galleries and "El Malecon" (the boardwalk), the hotel features 80 spacious suites, some with private pools and Jacuzzis.

Nestled on the greens of Marina Vallarta's 18-hole golf course, this Puerto Vallarta golf resort offers guests complimentary golf at three nearby signature-designed 18-hole courses. Its serene, exclusive setting provides an ideal backdrop for a Puerto Vallarta wedding ranging in size from 2 to 300. Lotus Spa at Casa Velas encompasses treatment rooms for singles and couples, a hydrotherapy area, garden-view fitness center equipped with state-of-the-art exercise equipment, and a beauty salon. A novel service is a handbag bar where guests can enjoy use of a "loaner" designer handbag at no extra charge.

Emiliano, the AAA Four Diamond rated a la carte fine dining restaurant, is in the hands of one of the area's leading chefs serving Mexican and international cuisine. Guests can also enjoy dining privileges at the sister resort, Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, with three gourmet specialty options.

Forbes Travel Guide has awarded Casa Velas Four Stars, the only boutique hotel on the Mexican Pacific coast to receive. A member of SLH (Small Luxury Hotels of the World), it has been in the top five in TripAdvisor for Puerto Vallarta since 2010. Casa Velas is operated by Eduardo Vela Ruiz, founder and president of Velas Resorts, with brother Juan Vela, vice president of Velas Resorts, by his side. For more information please call 1-888-407-4869 or visit https://www.hotelcasavelas.com.


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Megan Sterritt
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KWE Partners
T: 786-247-4812
E: sterritt@kwepr.com
W: http://www.velasresorts.com

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