Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PRWEB) July 11, 2017
In celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day (September 16), guests staying at Casa Velas in Puerto Vallarta will be treated to regional sweets each evening at turndown. Six artisanal treats explore the tastes of Puebla, Celaya, Jalisco, Linares, Nuevo León, and Colima regions. The regional turndown consists of Borrachitos, sweets made with a touch of liquor, flour and rolled in sugar; Oblea con Cajeta, made with goat’s milk in a caramel sandwich between two thin flour wafers; Rollo de Guayaba, a sweet guava and sugar roll heated into a firm paste; Glorias, made of leche quemada (burned milk) with piloncillo sugar syrup, vanilla and pecans, wrapped in red cellophane; Cocadas, a pastry made with grated coconut, almonds and sherry, baked for a classic flavor; and artisanal cocoa truffles, Trufa Natureza. Taking place throughout September, Mexican Month at the boutique adults-only resort will also include additional mini bottles of Tequila and Raicilla, a distilled spirit from the agave originating in pre-Hispanic times in Jalisco where the resort is located, stocked in the resort’s mini-bar refilled daily.
All-inclusive resort rates start at $273 per person per night based on double occupancy. 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. For more information please call 1-888-407-4869 or visit http://www.hotelcasavelas.com.
About Casa Velas:
Casa Velas is a luxury all-inclusive Boutique hotel and ocean club for adults only, reminiscent of a Spanish hacienda, and nestled on the greens of Marina Vallarta’s 18-hole golf course. The hotel features a private ocean club and is just minutes from the beach. It has received the AAA Four Diamond Award for hospitality seven times and has been in the top two in TripAdvisor for Puerto Vallarta since 2010. 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. Spa Casa Velas encompasses treatment rooms for singles and couples, a hydrotherapy area, a 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. Casa Velas is operated by Eduardo Vela Ruiz, owner, founder and president of Velas Resorts, with brother Juan Vela by his side, vice president of Velas Resorts. For more information, please call 1-888-407-4869, email reservationscv(at)velasresorts(dot)com or visit http://www.hotelcasavelas.com.