Mary Kupper

Phoenix, AZ

Wednesday, Oct 28 03:42 AM

This is an amazing and beautiful place to stay. We had our daughter’s wedding here on October 24, 2015, right during Hurricane Patricia was to arrive. Thank goodness it missed us. Our family stayed as well for nine days. What a wonderful time we had. They have an amazing and attentive staff. Thank you Victor for being so gracious, Oscar and Claudia for the excellent meals you prepared, young Victor for always taking care of everything, the rest of the staff. I feel like we are family now except that I need to learn more Spanish! I highly recommend this beautiful place!

Vinny

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Sunday, Sep 4 20:10 PM

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Abby

Washington, D.C.

Monday, Jun 13 15:48 PM

After we recited our personally written vows, the fun began with our cocktails by the pool. Our signature drink was served at the “mojito bar”. There were five kinds of mojitos for guests to choose from: guava, strawberry basil, hibiscus and blue Curacao.

Custom drink umbrellas were made to top it off. As we enjoyed our tequila shots served in a hollowed out cucumber and mojitos, a surprise entered from the front door of the villa. A 10-piece mariachi band walked through the foyer and into the pool area. They played the traditional Mexican tunes and kept the guests entertained while also getting them into the festive mood for the night.

After cocktail hour, we went down the spiral staircase to the beach where a tented area of two long tables was set. Before entering the dining area, guests checked their shoes in the “shoe check” made up of the wooden crates that were decorated

with succulents. Guests were seated at the long tables and each place setting was marked by their place card placed in an individual succulent bowl. After dinner and cake, guests gathered their shoes and washed their feet in the “foot baths” which was made with benches draped with muslin cloth and pitchers filled with lavender water.

We danced the night away and then the lights abruptly turned off. While the guests thought it was the cue to leave, the front door opened and a man clad in all black entered blowing a 5-foot horn. It was definitely a dramatic entrance! The guests were led to the grassy courtyard by the fire dances and bongo drums. They played the drums with intensity and as the speed of the drums increased, so did the number of flames that they danced with. It was a great way to end the night.

Liz K

Red Deer, Canada

Sunday, Mar 27 15:51 PM

Stewart

Thank you so much for your kindess and hospitality. The place is truly breathtaking. We had such a peaceful, tranquil stay just what we needed. This is a marvellous place to stay with all the family or as a romantic couple. We hope to come back soon.

Thank you!